2011: Co-captain ... first team All-Ivy League ... started 35 of 36 games he played ... twice named Ivy League Player of the Week (March 8, March 29) ... stole 18 bases in 19 tries ... finished career second on the all-time stolen bases list ... was seventh in base hits ... in season-opening tournament at Stetson, batted .375, posting multiple-hit games in each of the three games ... went 2-for-5 with two doubles and two RBI in 9-3 win over Illinois ... in four-game series with Holy Cross, hit .625 and was on base at a .667 clip ... had two four-hit games against the Crusaders ... notched a career-high four stolen bases in game two vs. Holy Cross ... stole two or more bases four times ... compiled 13 multiple-hit games ... went 7-for-11 with three runs scored and three RBI in final two games, both Columbia wins, at South Alabama ... had six hits in seven at-bats with five runs scored in doubleheader sweep of Harvard ... also made a number of game-changing plays in center field in that doubleheader ... homered in each end of Columbia's second doubleheader with Cornell.
2010: Started 13 of 14 games ... speedy center fielder was slowed by injuries throughout the season ... hit safely in 10 of 13 starts ... went 2-for-5 with two stolen bases in doubleheader nightcap at UNLV ... had two hits in four at-bats with a home run and three runs batted in at Virginia Tech ... 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI, including a first-inning homer, in Ivy League opener vs. Yale ... had two hits and two stolen bases in the second game vs. Yale ... went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a steal of home plate in series-opening win at Dartmouth.
2009: Honorable mention All-Ivy League ... started all 39 games he played ... team leader with 16 stolen bases ... second on team with 23 RBI ... tied for team lead with four sacrifice bunts ... made just one error while patrolling center field ... six outfield assists ... batted .361 in Ivy League play with three home runs, six doubles, a triple and 17 RBI ... finished season with 11-game hit streak ...was 4-for-7 with five RBI in final home doubleheader vs. Penn ... was 3-for-5 with a homer in doubleheader vs. Dartmouth ... 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles in win at Fordham ... had five RBI during the four-game series with Cornell, including a pair of home runs.
2008: Unanimously named Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... also earned second team All-Ivy League honors ... named Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American ... earned Ivy League Player of the Week honors on April 22 after going 9-for-16 with a grand slam in the four-game series at Cornell ... started 49 of the 50 games he played in center field ... from the leadoff spot, batted .375 with six doubles, four triples and a home run in Ivy League play ... 25 runs scored, which ranked first in the league ... totaled 11 stolen bases, which ranked second ... for the season, posted a .355 average with a home run, 21 RBI, 13 doubles, five triples and 28 stolen bases ... went 4-for-6 with two runs scored in Lions’ opening-game victory in championship series at Dartmouth ... batted .467 during the three-game series with five runs scored and four steals ... 3-for-5 with two RBI, four runs scored, a double, a triple and two stolen bases in game-two win at Harvard.
At Bishop Moore: Earned four varsity letters in baseball and four in football ... captained baseball and football squads ... all-state and all-county in 2007 ... team won 4A state title in 2007 ... played for the Orlando Scorpions in the Scout League during the summer ... National Honor Society ... Student-Athlete Leadership Award.
Personal: Political science major ... Nicholas John Cox, born January 19, 1989 in New Jersey.