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Nicole Myers was born on 31 July, 1980 in American, is an American, former collegiate All-American, right-handed hitting softball pitcher originally from St. Discover Nicole Myers'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 40 years old?

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On February 10, Myers was defeated by the Washington Huskies but did collect her 1,000th career strikeout. A one-hit shutout on February 23 vs. Southern Illinois Salukis led to a career best 13 consecutive game win streak that the Minnesota Golden Gophers snapped on March 22. April 5, Myers hit a two-run homer off Kristi Montgomerey of the Mercer Bears to nab the 50th of her career, while throwing a no-hitter and ending the game on a mercy rule RBI single. In another no-hitter, Myers won her 100th game vs. the Belmont Bruins on April 14.


While serving as an assistant coach for the Michigan State Spartans, Myers was ceremoniously inducted into the FAU Hall of Fame on October 28, 2006.


Myers made her debut with the Akron Racers on June 1, 2004 in a loss vs. the Texas Thunder, though she did not start the game.


Myers' senior campaign saw her toss 4 no-hitters, one a perfect game on February 24, 2002 vs. the Southern Illinois Salukis. For the third straight year, Myers earned All-Atlantic Sun and "Player of The Year" honors, along with another All-American notation. She broke and set school records with her wins (led the NCAA), shutouts, innings pitched and strikeouts, all except the innings are also conference records; along with her ERA, she would achieve a second pitching Triple Crown for the conference. Her batting average, hits, doubles, home runs, walks, slugging and on-base percentages were and still are top-5 for an FAU season.


Along with a no-hitter and identical conference honors, Myers was awarded as a 2001 Second Team All-American. She broke her own ERA, strikeouts and strikeout ratio (10.9) records. Two remain the records at FAU: the ERA (led the Atlantic Sun) and strikeout ratio (led the NCAA); along with her wins and strikeouts. Myers earned a conference pitching Triple Crown for the best ERA, wins and strikeouts totals. At the time, her wins and innings were season second best all-time for the Owls. Achieving her best batting average, RBIs and home run totals, Myers would also set the school records for slugging and on-base percentages as well as walks.


As a sophomore, Myers tossed 4 no-hitters, one on March 17, 2000 where she struck out 17 batters in regulation to defeat the Rutgers Scarlet Knights for a career high. Again earning conference distinctions, Myers added "Player of The Year" honors. Myers broke school season records for strikeouts, ERA, WHIP, strikeout ratio and shutouts (another conference record); the WHIP was a career best. On the offensive side, she added 11 home runs and posted a new base on balls record.


Myers was named the 1999 FAU "Female Athlete of The Year" as well as earning her first All-Atlantic Sun citation. Her doubles, home runs (led the conference) and on-base percentage totals were all new school records and her RBIs and slugging percentage were merely second best. All those records still rank top-5 all-time for a season.

On March 16, 1999, Myers tallied her first career no-hitter against the Hartford Hawks.


Born in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, Myers grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida and graduated from St. Petersburg High School in 1998.


Nicole "Nikki" Myers (born July 31, 1980) is an American, former collegiate All-American, right-handed hitting softball pitcher originally from St. Petersburg, Florida. She played for the Florida Atlantic University Owls from 1999 to 2002. She owns numerous school records in both offense and pitching categories and is one of three players to make both the 1,000 strikeouts and 50 home runs clubs for a career.