Ashley Nicol

Ashley Nicol


Jacksonville, Fla.

High School:
Ponte Vedra




Glad Grads

Nearly 25 Knights received their diplomas this weekend


Four-midable Force

Carleigh Williams intends to make her senior year memorable after missing last year's postseason due to an ACL injury.


UCF Women's Soccer Bows Out of NCAA Tournament

Knights fall to St. John's, 3-1


We Are The Champions

UCF survives Rutgers 8-7 in penalty kicks after a 20T tie.


UCF Women's Soccer Headed to American Title Match

Knights prevail in PKs against rival USF for title game berth


UCF Women's Soccer Senior Knight

UCF honored the members of the Class of 2013 prior to its Oct. 18 match vs. Rutgers.


UCF Women's Soccer vs. USF

The Knights top rival USF, 2-1, on Sept. 27, 2013, in the first American Athletic Conference matchup.


UCF Women's Soccer: Season in Photos

UCF Women's Soccer: Season in Photos

- Broke the school record for consecutive starts (94), overall starts (94) and tied the mark for career games played (94)
- Member of a back line that secured 12 shutouts
- Played every minute of UCF's back-to-back wins at the No Ka Oi Tournament in Hawaii
- Scored and dished an assist on the game-winning goal against Middle Tennessee (9/8)
-Posted two assists, including one on the game-winner, in UCF's 4-0 win over Stetson (9/13)
-Crossed in a ball to Kayla Adamek for UCF's first goal of its 4-1 win against Temple (10/6)
-Assisted a goal in UCF's 4-1 win over Memphis to help the team break the 26-year-old school record for an unbeaten streak (13)
-Helped lead UCF's defense to two shutouts at Houston and SMU to clinch the AAC regular season title and the program's first undefeated conference season since 1999
-Played all 220 minutes for two shutouts and netted a PK in UCF's semifinals shootout vs. USF to help the Knights clinch the first American Athletic Conference Championships title in league history

- Starter in every match and part of a defense that secured 15 shutouts for a school and Conference USA record
- Scored a goal in win at USF
- Scored insurance goal against Dartmouth off a free kick
and named to UCF Tournament's All-Tournament Team
- Scored game-winner against Houston (9/28)
- Named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week and to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week (10/22) after helping clinch two shutouts while adding three assists and a goal over Marshall and ECU
- Played 60 minutes and posted team-high three shots on goal in UCF's first win in four years over five-time defending C-USA Tournament champion Memphis (10/31) in a 2-0 quarterfinal victory
- Named to C-USA All-Tournament Team after assisting the game-winning goals against SMU (11/2) and Tulsa (11/4) to deliver UCF's first conference tournament championship
- Scored the game-tying goal off a diving header with less than six minutes remaining and converted a PK in UCF's NCAA Tournament first round matchup against Miami - Part of a defense that finished the season ranked second nationally for goals against average (.524) and fourth nationally in shutout percentage (.625)

- Played in and started all 24 matches
- Ranked third on the team with 2,194 minutes
- Registered 12 shots, including three on goal, during the campaign
- Played every minute during the team's four matches at the NCAA Championship
- Recorded a shot in the Sweet 16 triumph over North Carolina

-One of just three Knights to start all 23 matches, and was the only freshman on the team to do so
-Played 1,722 minutes, ranking fourth on the squad
-Helped anchor the backline by limiting opponents to just 22 goals while earning eight shutouts overall
-Also got into the attack at times by posting three assists and placing seven of 15 shots on goal
-Played all 102 minutes in the win at South Florida and all 110 minutes at Memphis
-Notched assists against VCU, UTEP and in the NCAA Tournament vs. Fresno State

Prior to UCF
- Spent the last two years at Ponte Vedra High School and her freshman and sophomore seasons with Nease
- Selected as the MVP of the Timberwolf Classic game against Cardinal Gibbons in her senior year
- Helped Ponte Vedra win the state title over that same Cardinal Gibbons program, and was named the team's defensive MVP and to the all-county team as a junior
- Earned honorable mention honors at the state's final-four tournament
- Club team, First Coast Kyx, won the state title in 2006, and made it to the final four three-straight seasons after that championship campaign
- Was the leading scorer for the Region 3 Premier League in 2006
- Also won two Disney Showcase titles, and made the A team for the Olympic Development Program

- Daughter of Fred and Stephanie Nicol

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