|Reporting Exclusively On Boys Basketball
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|BISHOP BROSSART HIGH SCHOOL
ALEXANDRIA, KENTUCKY USA
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|2020 - VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Varsity Baseball Schedule - Varsity Fast-Pitch Softball
|How Will The COVID-19 Threat Effect Our Summer Youth Boys Basketball Camp???
Obviously, there is no answer to the question at this point.
After conferring with Coach Mike Code we have decided that it will remain scheduled for June 15th-18th at
this time. We will make a more definitive decision at a later date.
However, applications will not be published nor accepted, nor will invitations be sent out prior to
May 1st when we will have a better handle on the situation. It would not be unprecedented for us to conduct
camp later in the summer prior to the resumption of school, should it become necessary.
Xavier Musketeer Signee and Three Year Starter
Nathan Mutsch '07
A four-year baseball letterman for head coach Bob Rowe
... Led Northern Kentucky in strikeouts during his junior and senior
seasons ... Named to the All-District Tournament team in
2006 and 2007 ... Helped his team to a 22-10 record during his
senior season ... Led his team to the 37th District Championship in
2006 after recording a 2.47 ERA with 76 strikeouts in 61 innings
Also lettered in basketball for three years and helped the Mustangs
to the 2007 All "A" State Championship and a 28-5 record.
As a sophomore Nate played behind the 2005 Murderer's Row
lineup of Evan McDole, Kevin Smith and Company, leaving little
varsity playing time for a promising sophomore who still managed to play in 21 games and net 60 points.
A year later Nate claimed a starting spot where he started in 28 of our 31 games, scoring 232 points. In his
senior season he was a member of the 2007 All "A" State Champs, helping his team to a 28-5 record. Nate
missed fourteen games due to an injury to his pitching hand, but returned in time to help his team win the
37th District Tournament, where he was named to the All-District Tournament Team.
Nate signed a scholarship to pitch for NCAA Division I Xavier University where he was a redshirt freshman,
and then went on to pitch in 64 games, pitching 154 innings over the next three seasons. He won his first
college start against #25 North Carolina State.
College - Went on to Xavier University and had a successful 4-year career there. Finished
his career with a 5-6 record with 64 appearances on the mound and 144 innings pitched.
Finished his career with 88 strikeouts and was part of two Atlantic 10 Championship teams.
Was named freshman player of the week in 2009, as he would get the win in his first
collegiate start against then #25 NC State. He completed his education and graduated from
XU in 2011.
2011...Was 2-0 in 23 relief appearances in 2011...struck out 24 batters while keeping
opposing hitters to a .268 batting average.
2010...Appeared in 16 games, starting eight...Finished the season with an 8.76 ERA .
Struck out 24 batters in 49.1 total innings of work.
2009... Started 11 of the 12 games he saw action in ... Tossed a career-high 7.0 innings vs. Georgia State on
Mar. 6 where he struck out seven, a career-high, and allowed one earned run off of five hits ... Was named
Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week for Feb. 23 ... Finished the season with a 5.81 ERA off of 48.0 innings with 33
strike outs ... Posted a 2-1 record.
Year ERA W L APP GS SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR B/Avg HBP
2009 5.81 2 1 12 11 0 48.0 54 36 31 26 33 7 1 4 .280 5
2010 8.76 0 5 16 8 1 49.1 78 52 48 18 24 18 4 5 .370 12
2011 3.90 2 0 23 0 0 32.1 33 15 14 14 24 5 1 1 .268 2
2012 3.77 1 0 13 0 0 14.1 11 8 6 6 7 2 0 1 .212 1
TOTAL 5.79 5 6 64 19 1 154.0 176 111 99 64 88 32 6 11 .307 20
Nate has often spent
time working with the
Cincinnati Reds at
Redfest, camps and
Here he is shown with
Coach Billy Hatcher at
left, and former Reds
|Nathan Mutsch was to be
inducted into the
Bishop Brossart Sports
Hall of Fame in March of 2020, on
hold due to
the COVID-19 virus threat.
|Nathan Mutsch served as
head freshman coach to the
13-9 Ethan Eilerman led
6' 5" - 225 Pounds
During the summer of 2005 Nathan pitched his
Campbell County Auto Body, Class “AA” Knothole team to the
City Championship and a 24-2 season record. In a critical
semi-finals game he struck out 15 of 21 batters to face him and
began to draw the attention of college scouts.
Nathan posted a 7-4 record his junior year for the
Mustangs while getting the ball in every big game. His best
performance of the season might have been a loss. On
Sunday, April 30th, Nathan Mutsch and the Mustangs took
on the Beechwood Tigers in the 9th/10th Region All “A”
Sectionals for a berth in the All “A” State Tournament. He was
brilliant that afternoon, holding the Tigers in check,
and giving his team a chance to win the game. The Tigers won
the game 5-3 and went on to win the All “A” State and finish
second in the unclassified KHSAA State At Large Tournament
that spring, falling to Louisville Trinity 5-4 in nine innings.
His big break may have come when he qualified to play for
elite, select, traveling, Kentucky Colonels, coached by
former major leaguer Walt Terrell. Nathan had the privilege of
pitching at Notre Dame University, Greer Stadium (Home of the
Nashville Sounds - the Milwaukee Brewers AAA Affiliate), and
the Universities of Cincinnati and Kentucky. Mutsch sported a
4-2 record while hurling for the talent laden Colonels.