Nick Fink successful after his time playing baseball at GHC

Abigail Allmond

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Nick Fink (in Georgia Highlands Jersey) receives his National Golden Glove alongside his coach, Dash O’Neill and teammate Devin Bilardello and GHC President Donald Green. File Photo

Striving forward is something everyone wants to do whether it is in a sport, career, or just daily life.

Former Georgia Highlands baseball player first baseman Nick Fink is striving forward even after his time at Georgia Highlands and he is succeeding tremendously.

Fink graduated from Georgia Highlands in 2017. zHe was a part of the NJCAA region 17 championship team and is now studying nursing and continuing his baseball career at LaGrange College.

Fink was committed to Young Harris College, a private university in Young Harris, Georgia.

He decided to continue his education at LaGrange College, a private university in LaGrange, Georgia.

At LaGrange, he plans to focus on getting his nursing degree and continue playing the sport he loves at the same time.

Fink said, “Playing at Georgia Highlands really helped me to keep striving forward and work harder every single day.”

Fink continued, “Coach O’Neill really pushed the team to be the best we could be every day.”

In his final season with Georgia Highlands, Fink batted .245.

Fink also had five home runs, 28 RBIs and had a .399 slugging percentage.

Fink received a national Golden Glove Award  after his sophomore season at GHC.