|High School:||Papillion-La Vista South|
|Other College:||Bellevue University|
Honors & Awards
• One Letter (2014)
• Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2013; Spring 2014)
2014: Bob Greco made 26 appearances, all out of the bullpen, during his only season at Nebraska in 2014 • Finished the year with a 3.63 ERA over 39.2 innings of work with 32 strikeouts • Tossed 1.2 innings of perfect relief in a 4-3 loss to Cal State Fullerton on June 1 • Made his NCAA Tournament debut against Binghamton on May 31 in a 8-6 Husker win • Gave up a walk and a hit, but got the final two outs of the fourth inning against the Bearcats • Threw 2.1 innings of scoreless relief in a 7-4 win over Illinois on May 17 and notched a career-high four strikeouts • Earned his first career save by getting the final two outs of a 4-1 win at Michigan State on May 12 • Improved to 3-1 on the year after throwing 1.2 innings of relief against Penn State on May 4 • Allowed one run on two hits, while striking out two • Tossed 1.2 innings of perfect relief with two strikeouts in a 13-3 win over Penn State on May 2 • Earned the win in a 4-1 victory at Omaha on April 30 after throwing 1.1 innings of perfect relief against the Mavs • Gave the Huskers 2.2 innings of relief at Michigan on April 25 • Got the last two outs of the sixth before notching a scoreless seventh and eighth, but then gave up two runs in the ninth in a 6-4 Husker win • Threw 3.0 innings of scoreless relief in a 14-5 win over Kansas State, allowing two hits and a walk • Posted a scoreless eighth inning of relief at Minnesota on April 13 to help the Huskers win, notching a pair of strikeouts • Threw a career-high 3.0 innings of relief against Kansas State on April 9, allowed one run on three hits and two walks • Notched 2.1 innings of scoreless relief in a 6-4 win at Arkansas on April 2, gave up one hit and struck out one • Threw 1.1 innings of perfect relief against Creighton on March 19 • Entered the game with two outs and the bases loaded in the fifth against the Jays, struck out Cody Kottich to end the threat • Came in against No. 25 UC Irvine with the base loaded and no out, promptly struck out the side • Ended up throwing 2.1 innings against the Anteaters, allowing three runs on three hits, allowing his first home run • Was part of a combined shutout against The Citadel on March 2, throwing 1.0 inning of relief • Threw an inning of scoreless relief against Utah on Feb. 23, notching one strikeout • Entered the game against No. 1 Oregon State on Feb. 21 with a 9-2 lead and the bases loaded with one out • Promptly got a fly out and strikeout to end the Beavers’ rally • Made his Husker debut against Pacific in the season opener on Feb. 14 • Earned the win with 2.0 innings of shutout relief, allowing two hits and striking out three.
Before Nebraska: Greco transferred to Nebraska after spending four seasons at Bellevue University, where he was a two-time NAIA honorable-mention All-American and three-time MCAC scholar-athlete selection • Following a redshirt season in 2010, he made six starts over 16 appearances in 2011 • Posted a 5.88 ERA with 46 strikeouts over 49.0 innings of work • Was a first-team All-MCAC pick in 2012 as a sophomore after posting a 7-1 record with five saves and a 2.01 ERA • Recorded 58 strikeouts in 44.2 innings of work over 22 appearances • Earned his second-straight first-team All-MCAC honor in 2013 and was also named Bellevue's Male Student Athlete of the Year • Threw a team-high 92.2 innings as a junior, going 8-4 with a 2.33 ERA in 11 starts • Struck out 93 and walked just 12, while also giving up only one home run • Originally from Papillion, Neb., where he played at Papillion-La Vista South High School under Coach Bill Lynam • Notched a 6-1 record with 34 strikeouts over 36.0 innings as a senior in 2009 • Earned honorable-mention all-state accolades from the Omaha World-Herald.
Personal: Born on April 19, 1991, in Omaha • Parents are Dan and Louise Greco • Has two sisters, Stephanie and Danielle, and one brother, Danny • Working on his master’s degree at Nebraska after graduating from Bellevue University with a degree in business administration.