NICOLE DOUGLAS

Type:

Soccer

UNIVERSITY:

Arizona State University

SOURCE: SUN DEVIL ATHLETICS WEBSITE

CAREER NOTES

  • The 2021 NCAA scoring leader, Douglas earned Third-Team All-America honors last season and was one 13 players named to the All-Pac-12 First Team. 
  • Douglas, who became the first Sun Devil to earn All-America honors since 2002, set the single-season school records for goals (19) and points (45). 
  • Led the nation in goals (19), goals per game (0.95) and points per game (2.25).
  • A fifth-year player, Douglas enters the 2022 season in second place in program history in career goals (46), career points (109) and career game-winning goals (14) and is tied for seventh in career assists (17). Sun Devil Hall of Famer Stacey Tullock (1998-2001) holds the school record in all four categories: goals (50), points (125), game-winning goals (16) and assists (25).
  • Has scored multiple goals in a game nine times in her career and has tied the single-game school record (three goals) on three occasions.
  • Earned her undergraduate degree in BA Interdisciplinary Studies (Wellness & Nutrition and Health Living) in December 2021 and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Higher & Postsecond Ed.

2021 (SENIOR)

  • Was one of two Sun Devils (Callie Darst) who played in and started all 20 games and earned Third-Team All-America honors and was one 13 players named to the All-Pac-12 First Team. 
  • Led the nation in goals (19), goals per game (0.95) and points per game (2.25).
  • Douglas, who became the first Sun Devil to earn All-America honors since 2002, set the single-season school records for goals (19) and points (45).
  • In Pac-12 games, Douglas was the undisputed leader in goals (10), goals per game (0.91 per game), points (23) and points per game (2.09). Scored multiple goals four times and tied the single-game school record (three goals) for the third time in her career after netting three vs. CSUN (Sept. 2).
  • Earned Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honors the first week of the season after her performances in ASU’s wins over Central Arkansas and Southeastern Louisiana. Opened the season with a pair of goals and assisted on three others to tie the second-highest, single-game point total in program history (seven) in the win over Central Arkansas. 
  • Accounted for a goal or assist in all but five games and had a stretch in which she scored at least one goal in seven straight games.
  • Douglas’ five-game winning goals led the team and represented the third-highest single-season total in program history.

2020 (JUNIOR, Played in Spring 2021)

  • Finished the regular season with a team-high eight goals and 18 points 
  • The forward started all 17 games for the Sun Devils and her performance on the pitch boosted her into the program’s career record book at No. 6 with 70 points, tied at No. 4 in both career goals with 30 and game-winning goals with ten.
  • Douglas led the ASU offense that continuously pressured opposing goalkeepers. In seven out of 15 games, ASU forced netminders to make more than six saves in a match. In an eventual overtime win, ASU turned up the heat making Grand Canyon save a season-high 14 shots on goal in a single game. 
  • Douglas scored her second career hat trick on Feb. 7, 2021 against New Mexico State
  • Her 10 goals this season ties for 10th in the single season records while her four game-winning goals ties for third in a single season
  • Earned Pac-12 All-Conference Second Team nomination and United Soccer Coaches All-Pacific Region Second Team

2019 (SOPHOMORE)

  • Recorded her first ever collegiate hat trick in a win over Central Arkansas (8/26)
  • Added four assists to her eight goals through nine non-conference matches
  • Scored a game winning goal in a power five matchup against LSU (9/15)

2018 (FRESHMAN) 

  • Played in 14 games during her first season of collegiate soccer, including making 12 appearances in the starting 11.
  • Led the Sun Devils with nine goals in her freshman season.
  • Scored a pair of goals in her Sun Devil debut, an ASU win over Montana on Aug. 23
  • Added four assists to her nine goals in 2018, pushing her to a season total, and team leading, 22 points on the year.
  • Led the team with three game winning goals.  
  • Will look to build off her incredibly successful freshman season with a year of experience under her belt in 2019. 

PRIOR TO ASU

  • Douglas, one of Winkworth’s five international signees for the 2018 season, arrived in Tempe having been one of the premier players in England. 
  • A member of the Chelsea Ladies club team, Douglas has been capped 12 times with the English team at the youth level, and has scored seven goals on that stage.
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