6   Nicole Antonini
Nicole Antonini


Collegeville, PA

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Two-time All-Region selection...One of the most explosive offensive players in the East...Started all 78 games of her collegiate career...Tied for first on all-time career assists list with 26...Ranks second in career points (130), goals (52) and shots (207).

2006: Team co-captain...Led team in goals (15) and points (34)...Finished season ranked third in the Atlantic in points and goals...Ranked 23rd nationally in Goals per Game (0.71) and 37th in Points per Game (1.62)...Earned team's Co-Offensive Player of the Year...Named to All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team, Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team...and Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team...Voted to City 6 All-Stars...Recipient of SJU's Class of 1950 Award...Honored by the Philadelphia Sportswriters Association

2005: Second Team All-Mid-Atlantic selection became just the third player in school history to earn All-Region honors twice...Tied for the team lead with 13 goals and topped the squad with 30 points...Named First Team All-Atlantic 10 and All-Philadelphia for third time.

2004: First Hawk since 2001 to earn All-Mid-Atlantic Region honors (2nd Team)...Collected All-Conference and All-Philadelphia honors for the second straight year...Team's co-MVP finished the year among the national leaders with team-leading totals of 15 goals, 15 assists and 45 points...Set SJU single season mark with 15 assists...Matched the Hawk single game record with four assists in a victory over Robert Morris...45 points ranked as the third highest single season total in program history, while her 15 goals stand fourth...Two-time A-10 Performer of the Week (10/6, 11/2)...Started all 19 games, picking up at least one point in 15 contests...Tallied seven points, including a hat-trick against Georgetown...Netted two goals at Rutgers...Had three assists versus Temple.

2003: Named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year and 1st Team All-A-10...Also an All-Philadelphia selection...Started all 18 games, leading team in goals (9) and points (21)...Tabbed as team's offensive player of the year...Named to National ALl-Rookie Team by womensfieldhockey.com...Tallied a hat-trick in win over Sacred Heart...Netted a pair of game-winners.

High School: Graduated from Methacton in 2003...Three year varsity standout earned first team All-League honors twice...Also a three year starter in soccer.

Personal: Born May 12, 1985...Related to Baseball Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda...Won National Indoor Championship with club team.

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