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#5 Caroline Nicholson
Position: Center
Height: 6'2"
Year: Senior
City/State: Springfield, Va.
High School: West Springfield
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Nicholson Videos
2009-10 Game-by-Game 2009-10 Game-by-Game
2010-11 Stats 2010-11 Stats

2010-11: Team captain ... Academic All-Ivy ... Academic All-Big 5 ... Started every game this season ... In 32 minutes, she was a career-best 4-for-4 from the field with two assists and eight points in the win at Rider (Nov. 23) ... Career-best two steals in win over Maine (Dec. 10) ... Pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds in Big 5 win over La Salle (Jan. 19) ... Season-high two blocks against Yale (Jan. 28) ... Played 30 minutes at Harvard (Feb. 5) and recorded eight points with a season-high two assists, two steals and three made free throws ... Led the team with six rebounds in win over Cornell (Feb. 11) ... Career-best 12 points on 6-for-8 shooting against Brown (Feb. 18) ... Against Harvard (March 4), she matched a career high with 33 minutes played, collecting seven rebounds ... Recorded her first career double-double on Senior Night with 10 points and a career-high 10 rebounds in the wins over Dartmouth (March 5).

2009-10: Started 26 games at center and played in all 28 ...  Led team in rebounding in three games ... Second on the team in blocks ... Played a career-high 33 minutes at Villanova (Nov. 18) ... Also had a career-high four assists against the Wildcats ... Grabbed a career-best seven rebounds vs. Lafayette (Dec. 2) ... Her nine points against Rider (Dec. 12) marked a career high as were her four blocks against Dartmouth (Feb. 5) ... Matched her career-best output with nine points vs. Lehigh (Jan. 5) on a career-high five made free throws.

2008-09: Played in 20 of the team’s 28 games as a sophomore ... Five points with a personal-best two made field goals in eight minutes vs. Harvard (1/30) ... Made first career three on first career attempt vs. La Salle (1/5) ... Played a career-tying 10 minutes vs. Temple (1/2) and set a new personal best with three rebounds ... Had her first career steal in win at St. Francis (N.Y) (12/31) ... Recorded her first collegiate assist against Lafayette (12/3)  ... Set a career high in the season opener with six points in just six minutes and made all four free throw attempts at Lehigh (11/14).

2007-08: Collegiate debut came against Seton Hall (Jan. 18) ... Played 10 minutes at Harvard (Feb. 23).

High School:
Played with Virginia Cardinals (Alexandria, Va.) ... Won the 2006 Junior National Championship ... Ninth at 2006 U-16 National Championship ... Named to all-district second team as a senior, first team as a junior and third team as a sophomore ... Two-time Patriot District all-tournament team selection ... As a junior: first team All-Northern Region, All-Metropolitan D.C. area honorable mention ... Team was two-time Patriot District champion, two-time runner-up ... Two-time Patriot District regular season champion ... Junior Orange Bowl champion freshman year, runner-up sophomore year ... Virginia state semifinalist freshman year ... Extensive non-athletic accomplishments ... Co-President of German Honor Society ... Member of History, English and German  Honor Societies ... Central Springfield Little League Baseball assistant coach ... West Springfield HS Lady Spartan Summer Basketball Camp counselor.

Personal: Daughter of Olga and Gen. John, Jr. Nicholson ... Has one brother, John (13) ... Step-aunts Sophie (Correll) Brawner and Zanna Brawner played college basketball at the University of the South ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, intending to major in history.


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