7 Nicole Fiore
7 Nicole Fiore
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Monroe, Conn.
High School: Masuk
Position: ATTACK

As a Junior in 2008:

Played in all 16 games, starting in 13 of those...Finished fifth on the team with 26 points on 22 goals and four assists...  Her 22 goals were good for a tie for third on the team... She had three goals against the Monmouth Hawks in a 11-10 loss on March 22... Record two goals and an assist in a 14-6 win at Long Island on March 28... Had four goals in a 23-12 victory at Wagner on March 30... Recorded another three-goal game against Central Connecticut State on April 9... Finished with 1.38 goals per game and 1.62 points per game... Had 17 ground balls, 14 draw controls and nine caused turnovers. 


As a Sophomore in 2007:

Saw action in all 16 games, including starting in 15 of those... Led the team with 37 points on a team-best 27 goals... Finished the season with 10 assists... Had a team-high 74 total shots and 56 shots on goal... Tied for the team lead in game-winning goals with two.

As a freshman in 2006:
Appeared in 14 games...averaged almost a goal a game and finished the season with 13 goals and 13 points...scored 13 goals in the last 11 contests of the season...netted her first career goal vs. Robert Morris on Mar. 24 in a 16-9 Bobcat win... set a career mark with five ground balls at Wagner on Apr. 2 in a 17-16 victory and scored a goal... had her first multi-goal game vs. Monmouth on Apr. 7 and a career-high three draw controls in a 12-11 setback...tallied her first career hat trick on Apr. 9 vs. CCSU in a 14-7 victory...scored another hat trick at Long Island on Apr. 13 in an 18-9 victory en route to clinching the league[apos]s first bid to the NEC Tournament...matched her career-best with five ground balls in the 9-7 win over UC-Davis on Apr. 17...matched her career-high with three draw controls vs. Sacred Heart in a 12-9 loss at the NEC Tournament on May 5.

Before Quinnipiac:
The graduate of Masuk High School has played basketball and soccer for 10 years and lacrosse for five years...voted to the All-State Team in lacrosse...also named an All Star by the Connecticut Post twice, a league All Star three times, and was the team[apos]s MVP her senior year in lacrosse...lacrosse team was the CIAC Division 2 Runner-Up in 2004.

Born in Bridgeport, Conn...daughter of Virginia and Nick Fiore...has two younger sisters, Rachel and Alyssa...majoring in communications.