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  Nicole Barnhart
Nicole Barnhart

Player Profile
Hometown:
Gilbertsville, PA

High School:
Boyertown HS

Height:
5-10

Position:
Defense

Seasons at Stanford:
2005

At Stanford - 2000-2004: Two-time All-American goalkeeper on the Stanford women's soccer team ... Finished her collegiate soccer career with a career goals against average of 0.452, the lowest career GAA in Stanford program history ... Also ranks second on the Cardinal career list with 39 career shutouts, and third on the program chart with 210 career saves ... Set single season program records with 18 shutouts and a 0.189 GAA as a junior ... Earned first cap for the United States National Team last October, playing nine minutes as a forward against Mexico.

High School: A three-year letterwinner in lacrosse ... Competed for the Boyertown High School men's soccer team ... member of the U-18 U.S. National Team pool ... also lettered in basketball ... honored as an All-American in lacrosse ... played for F.C. Delco, one of the strongest club teams in Pennsylvania ... helped U.S. team to gold medal at the adidas Cup ... finished high school with a 4.2 GPA.

Personal: Daughter of Rose Mary and Kimber Barnhart ... interested in working as a graphic artist in advertising or marketing ... Competed with the U-21 National Soccer Team the last three years (2000-04) ... has helped the U.S. to three-straight Nordic Cup victories ... participated with the Nordic Cup team during the summer of 2003 ... pursuing a double major in studio art and psychology.


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