Angie Nickens
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Angie Nickens

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Dallas, Texas

High School:
J.J. Pearce HS

Height:
5-7

Position:
Midfielder

Birthdate:
09/23/1984

Experience:
3L


2007
Nickens closed out her career at TCU scoring two goals, including the game-winner at New Mexico ... Also posted one assist on the year ... Started all 19 games for the Horned Frogs and led the team in minutes played with 1,758 ... Posted 21 shots on the year, including 11 on goal.

2006
Redshirted ... Received honorable mention honors for The Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup.

2005
Played in all 17 matches and made 15 starts for the Frogs... tallied two goals on the season and assisted on two others... first goal of the year came in the season-opener against Texas Tech (Aug. 26)... also tallied an assist in the contest on Caroline Starns goal... scored her second goal of the season in a win over Sam Houston State (Sept. 30)... assisted on Bjarnveig Birgisdottir's game-winning overtime goal against Boise State (Oct. 2)... took 22 shots on the season, five of which were on gaol.

2004
Started all 18 matches... scored two goals and assisted on two others... recorded six shots on goal and 14 shots overall... tallied assists against Jacksonville State on Sept. 5 and assisted on the game-winner against USF on Oct. 24... first goal of her career came at Southern Miss on Sept. 24... also scored against Houston on Oct. 8.

2003
Appeared in all 19 games, making four starts... starts came in games against Southern Miss (Oct. 17), Tulane (Oct. 19), at UAB (Oct. 24) and at USF (Oct. 26)... recorded nine shots, three on goal... took two shots in games at DePaul (Sept. 21) and at USF (Oct. 26).

J.J Pearce High School
Named district MVP as a senior when she led the team with 26 goals... earned all-area mention her senior season... selected as J.J. Pearce's Female Athlete of the Year as a senior... named to the all-district team three consecutive years... garnered offensive MVP honors for three consecutive seasons... honored as the Dallas Morning News Player of the Week during her final campaign... earned Freshman of the Year honors at J.J Pearce.


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