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Nicole Wilcox
Nicole Wilcox

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Battle Ground, Wash.

High School:
Battle Ground High School (2002)

Last College:
Iowa State University

Height:
5-5

Position:
F

Birthdate:
05/16/1982

Experience:
1V

2002:
Second Team All-Pac-10



Washington State Career

JUNIOR (2002) - Started all 20 matches...made her mark in Cougar debut by providing an assist on a goal by Haley Miller to give WSU a 2-0 win over Minnesota...put away Idaho with a goal in the 82nd minute of 2-0 win...converted a penalty kick against San Jose State to give WSU a 3-1 win over San Jose State...scored a goal and tied school record with three assists in 8-0 win over Gonzaga...gave Cougars an early lead with a goal in the 21st minute at Arizona, then helped seal the victory with two assists...assisted Kim Morgan on goal in the fifth minute of 4-1 win over No. 12 USC, then gave WSU a three-point cushion in the 30th minute with seventh goal of the season...gave WSU the tying goal in the second half against No. 3 UCLA on an assist from Rachel Rodrick...earned second team All-Pac-10 honors...became the sixth Cougar player to earn first or second team All-Pac-10 honors...named WSU's offensive most valuable player award.

Iowa State Career

SOPHOMORE (2001)- Started all 18 matches...once again led team in scoring with 18 points coming off eight goals and two assists...attempted 60 shots, including 34 on goal, and should help the Cougars increase pressure on opposing defenses in 2002...named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week after taking 16 shots and notching four goals in wins over Texas Tech and Colorado...received second team All-Academic Big 12 honors.

FRESHMAN (2000) - Started all 18 matches for the Cyclones...led team with 17 points, including five goals and seven assists...earned second team All-Big 12 honors...recorded game-winning goal in double overtime win over Oklahoma...attempted 10 shots in her first collegiate match, an Iowa State record...named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week Sept. 4 after tallying seven points, including three goals, in the Cyclones first three matches.

High School/Club Career

RECAP - Earned 12 total letters for the Tigers, including four for soccer coach Guy Brown... FRESHMAN - named first team All-Greater St. Helens...was league's second leading scorer and Battle Ground's most valuable player... SOPHOMORE - named Greater St. Helens League Player of the Year, while leading the conference in scoring ...JUNIOR - named first team All-GSHL and team MVP... SENIOR - scored 29 goals to lead GSHL in scoring and regain league's MVP award.

PERSONAL - Born Nicole Jeanine Wilcox May 16, 1982 in Portland, Ore....parents Donna Wilcox and Dennis and Cheryl Wilcox...has four brothers, Brandon, Josh, Don, and Zack...interested in the communication program at WSU.

Career Numbers (Including Iowa State)
YEAR		MP	MS	S	SOG	G	A	PT	GWG	PK
2000 (Iowa State)	18	18	67	34	5	7	17	1	0-0
2001 (Iowa State)	18	18	60	34	8	2	18	2	0-0
2002 (WSU)	20	20	55	26	8	8	24	1	1-1
Totals		56	56	182	94	21	17	59	4	1-1
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