2013: Letter winner … appeared in nine games as a quarterback and tight end, making one start at quarterback … was 3-for-11 with 33 yards and one interception passing and ran 21 times for 54 yards and a touchdown before moving to tight end midway through the season … ran for a team-best 51 yards on 15 carries in the team’s season opener against Thomas More (Ky.) on Sept. 7 … ran for a 5-yard touchdown in the Crusaders’ 42-13 triumph at Marietta on Sept. 21 … caught a four-yard pass against No. 1 Mount Union on Oct. 19 … registered two tackles as a member of the special teams against Wilmington on Nov. 16
2012: Letter winner … appeared in eight games at quarterback … finished tied as the team’s second-leading rusher with 134 yards on the ground and a touchdown … threw for 263 yards and a touchdown … posted 85 yards rushing and a score at Ohio Northern on Sept. 22 … made his first career start at quarterback and finished with 166 passing yards and a touchdown against John Carroll on Sept. 29
2011: Appeared in seven games … Recorded three total tackles (two solo).
2010: Played on the junior varsity squad
High School: First Team All-Conference.
Personal: Majoring in Nursing … Parents are Michael and Ann Nydza … Played football for coach Ed Schaefer at Trinity High School, where he also participated in basketball and track & field … Career ambition is to be a nurse … Favorite class at Capital is Psychology.