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Nicholette  DiGiacomo
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Nicholette DiGiacomo

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Golden, Colo.

High School:
Golden H.S.

Last College:
Colorado Storm

Height:
5-8

Position:
Midfielder

Experience:
1 Letter

Major:
Communications


AWARDS AND HONORS:

  • 2013 Third Team All-American.
  • 2013 First Team All-Great Lakes Region.
  • 2013 First Team All-Summit League.
  • 2013 Summit League All-Tournament Team.
  • 2013 Preseason First Team All-Summit League Team.
  • Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (10/21/13 and 10/28/13).
  • Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (10/01/13).
  • 2013 CS360 Primetime Performer of the Week (Week 6).
  • 2012 First Team All-WAC.
  • 2012 Preseason All-WAC Team.
  • WAC Offensive Player of the Week (9/17/12).
  • 2012 Two-time CS360 Primetime Performer of the Week (9/19/12 and 11/23/12).
  • 2010 and 2011 First Team All-SBC.
  • 2011 Named Sunbelt Conference Co-Freshman of the year.
  • 2011 Selected to SBC Commissioner's List forearning a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
  • 2011 Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference Team.
  • 2010 DU's Most Valuable Freshman.
  • 2010 Named to the Soccer America All-Freshman Second Team.
  • 2010 Named to the DU Invitational All-Tournament Team.

Career:

  • Denver's All-Time Career Assists Co-Leader (39), ranking third in the nation overall and 7th with .44 assists per game.
  • Holds DU's record for the most assists in a single season with 15 assists (2012).
  • Tied for 8th in All-Time Career Goals (32)
  • With 103 points, sits in 5th place for All-Time Career Points at DU and 14th nationally.
  • One-of-five Pioneers in history to join the 100+ points club.
  • Recorded 124-of-296 shots on goal, earning a .419 shots on goal percentage.
  • Started all 88 games in the midfield.
  • One-of-25 NCAA players, in all divisions, to have 30+ goals and 20+ assists.

2013:

  • Started all 21 games, playing in 1,663 minutes at center-midfielder.
  • Scored 13 goals and tallied eight assists for 34 points, including five game-winning goals.
  • Recorded 30-of-76 shots on goal for a .395 shots on goal percentage.
  • Tallied a career-high of four points and two assists against North Dakota State (11/10/13).

2012:

  • Strated all 24 games, playing 1,855 minutes.
  • Third on team in points with 23 on 7 goals and a team-high 9 assists.
  • Netted 2 game winning goals.
  • Recorded her first-career hat trick in Denver's 3-2 upset over No. 4 Maryland in the NCAA Tournament Second Round.

2011:

  • Started in all 21 games as a center midfielder.
  • Tallied 23 points.
  • Scored the game-winning goal against Louisiana-Monroe (10/2/11).
  • Tied for sixth in the SBC with 8 goals, third in assists with 7.
  • Third on the team in minutes with 1,573.

2010:

  • Started all 22 games.
  • Ranked second in the nation for total assists (15), third for assists per game (0.68).
  • Led the SBC on assists and assists per game.
  • Set Denver's record for assists in a single season.
  • Led the Pioneers in assists and shots on goal (35).
  • Scored four goals, including the game-winner on a penalty kick against Colorado (9/4/10).

BEFORE DENVER:

  • Played for Golden H.S. for three years, was named captain as a senior.
  • All-American honorable mention as a junior.
  • Earned First Team All-Conference honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior.
  • All-Colorado First Team as a junior and Second Team as a senior.
  • Played club soccer for Colorado Storm, serving as a captain.
  • Participated in basketball, powder puff football, lacrosse and swim team.
  • Created a silent auction item that raised $350,000 for the American Cancer Association, for which she won a leadership award.
  • Volunteered with the Kiwanis Club.

PERSONAL

  • Born September 25, 1991 in Longmont, Colo.
  • Daughter of father Jay DiGiacomo, mother Lorenda DiGiacomo, and stepmother Debbie DiGiacomo.
  • Has one sister, Julianna.
  • Chose the University of Denver because she wanted to stay in state and knew DU would offer the quality education and experience she was looking for in a college.
  • Enjoys photography, interior design, all sports and traveling.
  • Communications major.

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