#7 Nicole Adams


Hometown Littleton, Colo.
High School Faith Christian


As a junior (2009): Valuable offensive threat who started all 20 games at forward … Tied Molly Kinsella for team lead with seven goals and finished second in points with 16 … Scored six goals in seven-game stretch early in the season … Named to Top Drawer Soccer[apos]s National Team of the Week after effort against Tennessee-Martin (9/18), where she scored two goals and had an assist … Also scored goals against Murray State (8/30), Belmont (9/4), Oklahoma (9/6), South Carolina (9/25) and LSU (10/11) … Assisted on goal against Mississippi State (10/22) … Fired season-high six shots against Arkansas (10/9) and Kentucky (10/30) … Finished second on the team in shots and shots on goal … Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.

As a sophomore (2008): Returned from a knee injury to start in all 19 games … finished with three goals and an assist for seven points … 44 shots was second on the team … scored goals against Tennessee Tech (9/7), UAB (9/21) and Florida (10/3) … had an assist against Middle Tennessee (8/29) … named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2007: Sat out the season and received a medical redshirt after undergoing knee surgery.

As a freshman (2006): Played in all 21 games…scored four goals…had one assist…was second on team with a .522 shots-on-goal percentage (minimum 10 shots), behind Amy Baumann (.583)

High school/club: Helped lead team to state playoffs in 2004 and 2003…was named second team All-Conference two consecutive years…club team took state championships in 2003, 2004, and 2005…was teammates with fellow Commodore Lindsay Ratterman on Real Colorado team which advanced to the Regional Semifinals in 2006…was member of Denver Cougar Women[apos]s league with former Commodore teammate Kari Boersma.

Personal: Nicole Alexis Lukens Adams… married to Bryan Adams on May 14, 2010… born September 9, 1987… Daughter of Trent and Marie Lukens… made honor roll every year in HS… civil engineering major… favorite soccer player is Ruud Van Nistelrooy.