|Hometown:||Surrey, British Columbia|
|High School:||Semiahmoo Secondary School|
WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
Career Rankings – Games played (t-eighth, 78), games started (third, 78), minutes played (fourth, 6,616).
Senior (2014) – Played and started in 16 games…named to the Pac-12 Second Team for the second-consecutive season…also named to the NSCAA All-Pacific Region Second Team for the second consecutive season and third time in four years (earned the honor as a freshman)…named to the WSU All-Academic team…member of senior class that recorded school record 48 victories.
Junior (2013) – Started all 21 matches…tallied eight goals, including two game-winners, and two assists…recorded game winning goal in victory over No. 21 California…pair of two goal matches (Arizona and California)…Pac-12 Second Team…NSCAA All Pacific Region Second Team…Madness Women’s Soccer Pac-12 First Team…finished tied for eighth in Pac-12 with eight goals and tied for ninth in goals per game (0.38)…Inland NW Soccer News Best XI (Week 10)…CollegeSoccer360.com Primetime Performer (Week 11)…Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (Week 11)…TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week (Week 11)… 2013 WSU All-Academic team for fall.
Sophomore (2012) – Started all 18 matches in which she appeared…tallied three goals…recorded the game-winning goal against Oregon State.
Freshman (2011) – Started all-23 matches...one goal, two assists...both assists came against Weber State, Sept. 4...first-career goal in 2-0 win over California, Oct. 2...Pac-12 All-Freshman Team...NSCAA All-Pacific Region Second Team.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB CAREER
Played soccer, water polo, ultimate and volleyball...high school athlete of the year as a freshman...British Columbia Youth Player of the Year in soccer as a junior...participated in Canadian National Team camp in Rome as team prepared for 2011 FIFA World Cup.
Nicole Setterlund...born in White Rock, British Columbia...father David, chemical engineer...mother Barbara, accountant...older brother Tommy...older sister Kirsty played volleyball at British Columbia.