Nick Janowski, a standout senior guard, leaves Pewaukee as a three-time state champion, and becomes the second Pirate in a row to be named the All-Freeman Boys Basketball Player of the Year.

By the Numbers
  • Janowski finished with 2,297 points, making him the county’s all-time leading scorer.
  • As a senior, Janowski averaged 30.8 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 4.4 assists per game.
  • He led the Pirates to a fourth title, despite missing six games due to injury as a junior and a COVID-shortened campaign in 2020-21.
State of Play
  • Janowski has committed to the University of Nebraska to play for head coach Fred Hoiberg, choosing them for their up-and-coming program and the personal touch of the coaching staff.
  • He was the top priority of all opponents, showcasing his smart play, athleticism, and leadership, and attracting NCAA Division-I scholarship offers from various prestigious schools.
What's Next

Janowski is set to join the NCAA Tournament qualifiers at the University of Nebraska, where his sharpshooting skills are expected to make a significant impact.

Bottom Line

Nick Janowski's exceptional high school career as a standout player, leader, and top scorer has secured his legacy as a winning force, setting a high standard for future athletes.