Nicole Fawcett

Nicole Fawcett

Agil Volley SSD ARL
United States
Birth Date
Birth Place
Texas, USA
191 cm
82 kg
Movies, working out, track (high jump), chat on-line
Favorite Book
The Bell Jar
Favorite Athlete

 Position: Opposite

Height: 6-4
Weight: 180
Hometown/Residence: Zanesfield, Ohio/Zanesfield, Ohio
Birth Date: 1986
College/Major/Grad Year: Penn State/Human Development and Family Studies/NA
Joined Team: June 2009

MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: 2014 - USA Volleyball Cup vs. Brazil. 2013 - Pan American Cup (Gold-MVP)...USA Volleyball Cup...FIVB World Grand Prix (6th)...NORCECA Championship (Gold)...FIVB Grand Champions Cup (Silver). 2012 - Pan American Cup (Gold). 2011 – Montreux Volley Masters (Fourth). 2010 – Montreux Volley Masters (Silver)...FIVB World Grand Prix (Gold). 2009 – FIVB World Grand Prix (9th)…Final Four Intercontinental Cup (Silver)...NORCECA Continental Championship (4th)

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS: 2013 – Finished season with a 3.45 scoring average while playing in 69 sets…Named most valuable player and best server at Pan American Cup, leading the U.S. to its second consecutive event title…Scored 71 points for a 4.73 points per set average, including 48 kills (3.20 kps), 16 aces (1.07 saps) and seven blocks (0.44 bps)…Scored 31 points versus Puerto Rico on June 11, in addition to 15 points in sweep of Dominican Republic in title match…Started all three matches of the USA Volleyball Cup series versus Japan and played in 11 of 13 sets tallying a team-high 52 points (4.73 per set)…Scored 19 points versus Japan on July 10 in four-set win, followed by 24 points in Cup finale on July 13…Notched seven aces and six blocks versus Japan in Cup with a 43.8 kill percent…Played in 30 sets of FIVB World Grand Prix with two starts in averaging 2.60 points per set…Averaged 0.63 blocks during FIVB World Grand Prix…Led team in scoring in two of FIVB World Grand Prix Final Round matches as a reserve, including 23 points in win against Japan on Sept. 1…Played in four sets as a reserve during the NORCECA Championship and scored 10 kills on 15 errorless attempts to help the U.S. win the tournament…Averaged 2.75 points with a .667 hitting efficiency in the NORCECA Championship…Played in nine sets during FIVB Grand Champions Cup, but played pivotal role in sparking U.S. to wins over Russia (15 points) and Thailand (11 points, 11 digs) coming off the bench…Averaged 2.89 points and 2.22 digs per set as a reserve in Grand Champions Cup. 2012 – Played in 20 sets with one match start at the Pan American Cup in which the U.S. captured the gold medal…Averaged 1.90 points at the Pan American Cup with a 45.2 kill percent. Tallied 15 points off the bench versus Cuba at the Pan Am Cup, along with nine points in a reserve role versus Brazil in the gold-medal victory. 2011 – Averaged 3.00 points in 12 sets during the Montreux Volley Masters…Scored 15 points versus Germany on June 9 in three sets…Tallied 14 kills on 31 attacks against China on June 12…Averaged 1.58 digs per set at Montreux. 2010 – Played in 13 sets with one match start at the Montreux Volley Masters event in which the U.S. won the silver medal…Scored 10 points mainly as a double-substitution at the Montreux event which limited her court time…Started one match during FIVB World Grand Prix, tallying a kill versus Dominican Republic on Aug. 6. 2009 - Played 74 sets in first year with 2.12 scoring average and .242 hitting efficiency…Played in 33 of 36 sets of the FIVB World Grand Prix with three match starts…Averaged 2.55 points per set during World Grand Prix, including averages of 2.06 kills and 0.42 blocks…First three matches as a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team were starts with at least 11 points scored…Tallied double-double of 27 points and 11 digs versus Puerto Rico on Aug. 1, which ranked as the top U.S. scoring performance during the 2009 FIVB World Grand Prix…Scored 14 points against Netherlands…Averaged 2.13 points per set during Final Four Intercontinental Cup despite primarily used as a reserve…Scored seven points and provided 12 digs in only start of Final Four Cup against Dominican Republic on Sept. 11…Tallied 10 points (8 kills, 1 ace, 1 block) in three sets versus Peru on Sept. 10...Recorded 11 kills versus Brazil in Final Four gold-medal match on Sept. 13…Tallied 15 points and 13 digs in four-set victory over Canada at NORCECA Championship quarterfinal on Sept. 25…Converted five of 10 attacks into kills without an error against Cuba on Sept. 27.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: 2008 – Named AVCA Division I National Player of the Year, third consecutive AVCA All-America First-Team honor and fourth overall AVCA All-American award…Selected as Honda Award winner for overall best NCAA Division I volleyball player… Led Penn State to an undefeated record (38-0) and its second straight NCAA title and sixth consecutive Big Ten crown…Averaged 3.78 kills per set on .358 hitting for the year, with her kills per game average ranking second on the team…Led Penn State with 40 service aces and also added in 219 total blocks for the year. 2007 – Selected to AVCA All-America First-Team and NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team after guiding Penn State to the NCAA Division I Tournament championship...Unanimous selection to All-Big Ten First-Team...Started all 36 matches of the season and played in 120 of 122 sets…During NCAA Tournament (20 sets), averaged 4.20 kills per game on .387 hitting with 12 service aces, 22 digs and 26 blocks ...Held season average of 4.44 kills per set (533 total kills) and finished with a hitting percentage of .313, good for 10th in the Big Ten. 2006 – Selected AVCA All-America First-Team and unanimous All-Big Ten First-Team…Selected as Academic All-Big Ten...Played in all 35 matches of the year and 113 of 114 sets...Averaged 4.27 kills per set (483 total kills), good for second on the team and eighth in the Big Ten...Finished the season ranked fourth on the team and sixth in the conference in hitting percentage (.331), the only pure left-side hitter in the league within the top six...Ended her second season with 979 career kills. 2005 – Selected as AVCA NCAA Division I National Freshman of the Year and AVCA All-America Second-Team All-America…Named Big Ten Freshman of the Year and All-Big Ten First-Team…Started all 34 matches in freshman season and set an NCAA Tournament record for hitting percentage by attacking at a career-high .889 clip (16-0-18) against Long Island (12/3) in the second round...Led the Lions and ranked third in the Big Ten with an average of 4.51 kills per set (496 total kills) on .309 hitting...Recorded 31 double-digit kill matches.

OTHER USA VOLLEYBALL EXPERIENCE: 2005 – Member of U.S. Women’s Junior National Team that competed at the FIVB Women’s Junior World Championship. 2004 – Member of U.S. Junior Women’s National Team that won gold medal at NORCECA Women’s Junior Continental Championship. 2003 – Member of U.S. Girls’ Youth Team which participated in the FIVB Girls’ Youth World Championship in Poland.

CLUB/PREP CAREER: Member of the Team Atlantis Volleyball Club...Four-year volleyball letterwinner and three-year track letterwinner for Benjamin Logan High School in Bellefontaine, Ohio...Four-year team captain in volleyball for the Raiders...2004 Ohio State High School Gatorade Player of the Year...Named to Volleyball Magazine "Fab 50"...Selected Ohio High Magazine Player of the Year as a senior...Led prep team to 92-13 scholastic record, including three league championships and the district and regional runner-up titles in 2004...Three-time First Team All-Ohio honoree...Earned four First-Team CBC honors, four First-Team District IX accolades and three District IX Player of the Year awards...Set school record for kills in a season four consecutive years and olds the Ohio state record for career kills...Regional track high jump finalist in 2004 and 2005... National Honor Society member...Named to the Fall Sport All-Academic Team and the honor roll.

PERSONAL: Born Nicole Marie Fawcett on Dec. 16, 1986, in San Antonio, Texas...Nickname is Nic…Parents are Bob and Kim Fawcett… Mother Kim played volleyball for Wright State…Brother is Joe Fawcett... Maternal grandfather was a pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles in 1945...Majored in Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State University...Nicknames are Nic, Nicholas, Nix, White Lightening, Puppy, Dairy Queen, Babe, Niccy, Little Niccy, Nicole F, Nasty Nickle…Hobby is trying to help Christa Harmotto with her fashion sense…Favorite musical group is Coldplay…Favorite television show is Scandal…Favorite musician and song are Lauren Paolini and Acoustics…Favorite movie is Little Women…Interesting fact about myself is “I own a 1968 red convertible GTO.”


  • Position Opposite spiker
  • Selection Olympic (0) - W.C. (13) - Other (116)
  • Club Debut Team Atlantis
  • Current Club Agil Volley SSD ARL
  • Spike 310
  • Block 291