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Nicole Fawcett was born on 16 December, 1986 in San Antonio, Texas, United States, is an American volleyball player. Discover Nicole Fawcett's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?
|Age||35 years old|
|Born||16 December 1986|
|Birthplace||San Antonio, Texas, United States|
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Nicole Fawcett Height, Weight & Measurements
At 35 years old, Nicole Fawcett height is 1.96 m and Weight 82 kg.
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Nicole Fawcett Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Nicole Fawcett worth at the age of 35 years old? Nicole Fawcett’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. She is from United States. We have estimated Nicole Fawcett's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Fawcett set the most points in a single match world record, scoring 55 points while playing for the Seongnam KEC Hi-pass club in South Korea's V-League on February 14, 2013.
Fawcett reached exactly 1,000 kills in the first match of the season in the 3–1 win over the Texas Longhorns at Rec Hall, earning her Penn State's Golden Volleyball for 1,000 career kills. On August 31 against Cal Poly, she set a new career high for kills in a single match with 31, which was exactly five years to the day that a Penn State player recorded 30 or more kills in a match. Fawcett was one of the best outside hitters in the country, having 533 kills on the year for an average of 4.44 kills per set. The 533 kills ranked ninth on Penn State's single season record list. She led the team in aces and was one of the toughest servers in the country, having 47 aces on the year, more than her first two seasons combined. She was named an AVCA First Team All-American and a unanimous First Team All-Big Ten pick.
In the 2012−13 season, Fawcett moved to South Korea to play for the Seongnam KEC Hi-pass club in South Korea's V-League. Fawcett set the world record for highest individual points scored in a single match on February 14, 2013 when she scored 55 points in leading her club to a five-set victory over Hwaseong IBK Altos. In the match, she recorded 53 kills on 85 attacks with only seven errors as part of her record-breaking performance. Although Seongnam KEC Hi-pass finished a disappointing fourth in the 2012−13 season, Fawcett won the scoring title with 875 points and the All-Star MVP Award.
In the 2013−14 seasons, Fawcett's team failed to reach the Playoffs finishing fourth two years in a row, but she signed a one-year contract extension with the team for the 2014−15 season. Fawcett had another breakout time in the 2014−15 season when she was ranked third in most points with 896 and won the Season MVP Award, leading her team to the regular season championship. In the Finals of the 2014−15 Playoffs, Fawcett led the team in scoring in all three games, racking up 22 points in Game 1, 34 in Game 2 and 21 in Game 3. However, her team failed to win the V-League championship, swept in three games by Hwaseong IBK Altos.
In March 2009, Fawcett made her professional debut with Gigantes de Carolina (The Carolina Giants) in Liga de Voleibol Superior Femenino, Puerto Rico's pro league which began its season in January 2009. In her debut she had 16 kills and 2 blocks in a 3–2 loss to undefeated Llaneras de Toa Baja. She got 26 kills and a block in a 3–1 win over Vaqueras de Bayamon.
In June 2009, Fawcett joined the U.S. National Team. As her team won the 2013 Pan-American Cup, she was named the Most Valuable Player and Best Server. Fawcett was part of the USA national team that won the 2014 World Championship, defeating China 3-1 in the final match. As the United States won the 2015 Pan American volleyball championship, defeating Brazil 3-0, she won the competition's Best Opposite individual award. National team coach Karch Kiraly chose to remove her from the team in late June 2016.
During her collegiate career, Fawcett was a four-time All-American and raked up many honors, including the American Volleyball Coaches Association National Player of the Year in 2008, National Freshman of the Year in 2005, and the Honda Sports Award winner for volleyball in 2008. She played professionally for Gigantes de Carolina (The Carolina Giants) in Liga de Voleibol Superior Femenino, Puerto Rico's pro league in 2009.
In conference play, Fawcett had 236 kills on a .400 hitting % average. By years end, Fawcett totaled 431 kills. In the 2008 NCAA Tournament, Fawcett had a season high 24 kills against Nebraska in the National Semifinals in Omaha to help Penn State to a 3–2 win, ending Nebraska's 96 match winning streak in the state. In the fifth set vs. Nebraska, Penn State was down 10–8 before Fawcett served six straight points, which included a service ace, to swing the match in favor of Penn State. The next night, Fawcett was named a First Team All-American for the third year in a row and was announced as the Division I National Player of the Year. In the National Championship against Stanford, Fawcett had the championship winning kill and had a total of 10 kills to help the Lions win their second straight national title, and was named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team for the second year in a row.
She helped her team win their second NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship against top seeded Stanford on December 15, 2007 at the ARCO Arena. She served championship point just a couple of hours before her 21st birthday. She was named to the Final Four All-Tournament Team as she had 19 kills and two aces in the NCAA championship match. In the National Semifinal win over California, she served the final three points, including two consecutive aces, to win the match in the 3–0 win over the Bears. She was also named the University Park Regional All-Tournament Team in her helping her team to 3–0 wins over Michigan and BYU. Throughout the NCAA tournament, she had at least two service aces in five of the six matches she played in, helping Penn State tie the NCAA record for services aces in an NCAA tournament, set by Long Beach State in 1998.
Fawcett played for Penn State University from 2005–2008, winning two NCAA National Championships in 2007 and 2008.
Fawcett was considered a top three recruit in the class of 2005. She said one of the reasons she chose Penn State was because Rec Hall was her favorite place to be in and that she compared it to every school she visited.
She grew up in Zanesfield, Ohio and was a four-year volleyball letterwinner and three year track letterwinner at Benjamin Logan High School near Bellefontaine, Ohio, where she set a school record for kills in a single season for four consecutive years and was the 2004–05 Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year.
She was a two-year member of the USA Junior National Team, including the 2004 squad that won the NORCECA gold medal in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and was a member of the 2003 USA Youth National Team. She played club volleyball for Team Atlantis Volleyball Club and holds the Ohio state record for kills. She also a regional high jump finalist in track in 2004 and 2005.
Nicole Marie Fawcett (born December 16, 1986) is an American indoor volleyball player who won the 2014 World Championship and 2015 Pan American Games gold medal with the United States national team.
Nicole Fawcett was born in Zanesfield, Ohio. in 1986. Her mother played volleyball at Wright State and her maternal grandfather was a pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles in 1945.
She set an NCAA tournament record for hitting percentage in a single match, which was held since 1983, when she attacked at a career high .889 clip with 16 kills, 0 errors, on 18 attempts against Long Island.