Nicholas Kobel, Class of 2012, was an outstanding three-sport athlete at Bartlett High School. During his high school career Nick earned a total of 14 letters in soccer, basketball, and baseball.

Nick was a starter for the varsity soccer team from 8th grade through senior year and was named Captain during his junior and senior seasons. During that time, Nick scored 42 goals which ranks him fourth all time in program history. He registered a program record 43 assists, passing Hall of Famer Brian Henderson's mark of 38. Nick also holds the record for most assists in a single season with 17. Nick's 85 total points tie him for 3rd all time in program history with Hall of Famer Todd Minarik. Nick's 6 career postseason goals trail only Henderson's mark of 8. In Coach Ryan Renauld's words "Nick was admired for his leadership skills, competitive nature, and making those around him better." Nick played a wide variety of positions throughout his career, starting as a defender as an 8th grader before moving to his more natural midfield and forward roles. Nick even played 9 games as the goaltender as a freshman. Nick earned five varsity letters during his career. He also earned SWCL All-Star and Central Mass All-Star honors 3 times and was named to the Telegram & Gazette Super Team and the Massachusetts All-State Team in both his junior and senior seasons. Nick was the team's MVP as a junior and senior as well.

Nick also excelled in basketball. Nick captained the team for an unprecedented four years after being elevated to the role of Captain during his freshman season. As a four-year starter, Nick became the 11th male member of the 1,000 point club, scoring a total of 1,108 points over his career. Nick was a prolific scorer during his junior and senior seasons, leading his team in scoring output during both seasons. Nick earned 4 letters in basketball and was named SWCL All-Star and Team MVP in both his junior and senior seasons. He led his team to four consecutive District Tournament appearances and to three Clark Tournaments as well. Nick had many moments throughout his career where his scoring prowess was on display, but perhaps the most memorable came in his final career game against St. Bernard's in the 1st Round of the District Tournament. Nick single-handedly brought Bartlett back to tie the game in the 4th quarter after trailing by more than 15 points throughout most of the first three quarters.

Nick became a starter for the baseball team beginning in his 8th grade year as a shortstop before later moving to center field during his junior and senior seasons. He was known as a solid hitter at the top of the lineup and a steady fielder with a great ability to cover ground and track down fly balls in the outfield. He earned 5 letters in his career. As a senior Nick was awarded the Charter Communications Athlete of the Year Award.

After graduation Nick attended Springfield College and continued his soccer career. He earned his bachelors degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing.

Nick currently resides in Webster and works for ADP doing outside sales as a Major Accounts Representative.