2005:Nikchevich played in 14 matches in 2005, starting four. He earned time for his active play as the season progressed. He recorded 11 shots on the year and had two of Marquette's nine assists for the season.
2004: The sophomore midfielder played in six matches for Marquette and recorded an assist against UAB (Sept. 25). Nikchevich had three shots on the season.
2003: Nikchevich played in 17 matches, earning a role on the squad as a freshman. He earned his first career start in his collegiate debut against Denver (Aug. 29). He recorded a pair of assists against DePaul (Sept. 10).
At Elmhurst: Nikchevich never played high school soccer, instead focusing on club play year round. He played for David Richardson at Sockers FC Chicago in the Top Talent Program. His club team was state champion in 2001 and 2003. In addition to the state championship in 2001, FC Chicago was regional and national champions. The club team also claimed the 2002 Tampa Bay Sun Bowl tournament championship. He was also a member of his state's ODP in 2001 and 2002. He did play high school basketball, lettering as a freshman and sophomore.
Personal: Born May 1, 1985, Nikchevich is the son of John and Elizabeth Nikchevich. He has two younger siblings, Justinne and Eric. He is an arts and sciences major.
Nikchevich's Career Stats
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