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“I had an older brother, so I’m sure I tried to listen to mostly what he was at the time.
I also think my sister and I were pretty into whatever was popular on the radio.
“There is typically some kind of music playing, and maybe one or two people singing and dancing, but compared to other teams I have been on, a lot more laid-back with people just really chilling and getting ready.” A double major in Studio Art and Psychology, Nicole can remember her time at Stanford with the utmost pride.
From 71 games (66 starts), she set a school record by keeping 35 shutouts, as well as registering an all-time best 0.45 goals-against average.
“I can remember we would sit by our stereo waiting for certain songs to come on so that we could record them on to our cassette tape to be able to listen to whenever we wanted…okay, now I’m dating myself a bit.
I can also remember we had this little personal stereo player made by Fisher-Price, called a Pocket Rocker.
Resilience has been a co-star in her motion picture, and she would display it in abundance after having to redshirt her sophomore year.
She was twice named an NSCAA First-Team All-American, three times a First-Team All-Pac-10 player, and in 2005, she was a semi-finalist for the most prestigious individual award for collegiate players, the MAC Hermann Trophy, having also been one in 2003.
Receiving that 2005 nomination alongside highly notable present-day women’s soccer names like Lori Chalupny, Carli Lloyd and Christine Sinclair, Nicole recalls the ones on her side in those days who were making some big noise of their own.
“Lauren Holiday, Merritt Mathias, Desiree Scott, Katelyn Rowland, to name a few.
I would have to say that our FCKC locker room is probably a little more mellow than most.