| Nicole Pitcock
Fast, aggressive player and one of four team captains this season...very tenacious attacker with great technical ability.
2004 - JUNIOR SEASON
Came out strong later in the season with seven consecutive starts...appeared in 14 games overall...played every minute in UNM's victories over Northern Arizona (Oct. 3) and Air Force (Oct. 10)...tallied four shots.
2003 - SOPHOMORE SEASON
Appeared in all 19 games, getting nine starts...attempted 20 shots in 751 minutes played.
2002 - FRESHMAN SEASON
Made an immediate impact in first collegiate season, providing relentless speed and pressure off the bench...played in all 21 games, earning one start...tallied first collegiate goal in 4-2 win over Northern Arizona (Sept. 8)...had season-high three shots against UTEP (Sept. 12).
Four-year letterwinner at forward and defender at St. Mary's High School in Stockton, Calif...played under head coach Mark Kusanovich...three-time first team all-San Joaquin Athletic Association selection...led the SJAA with 37 goals and 16 assists as a senior...voted team and league MVP, and was named All-Area Female Soccer Player of the Year...92 career goals...finished in the league's top-3 in scoring each of her last three seasons...helped the Rams' capture a pair of league championships as a freshman and sophomore...was named St. Mary's High School Most Outstanding Sophomore Scholar-Athlete...also lettered in track as a sophomore...was the only freshman letterwinner on the 1998-99 St. Mary's team that posted a national record 32 consecutive shutouts...member of the California Cougars club team, under Kusanovich...team captured four district titles.
Born on Dec. 10, 1983 in Livermore, Calif...nickname is Nikki...daughter of Andy and Madonna Pitcock...has a brother, Drew...enjoys making jewelry...major is Exercise Science.