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Coach Info:
    Nicole Wilcox completes Oregon’s staff as assistant coach. The former all-Pac-10 player helped lead Oregon to a second place Pac-10 finish in 2006.
The Battle Ground, Wash., native served as Portland State’s volunteer assistant in 2004 and helped the Vikings to an 8-8-3 record and a share of the Big Sky regular season title (4-1-1) after a decorated collegiate career as a forward for Washington State and Iowa State.
    Wilcox also serves on the coaching staff of the Region IV ODP program, and added coaching experience with the Lake Oswego Soccer Club, Lake Oswego Academy and Youth Development Programs, as well as with Columbia Premier Soccer Club. She owns a U.S. Soccer Federation C’ coaching license.
    She played her final two collegiate seasons with the Cougars in 2002 and ’03, and was an All-Pac-10 Second Team choice at forward in 02. She still ranks among the WSU top 10 in single-game assists (first, 3, 2002 vs. Gonzaga), season categories for assists (first, 8, 2002) and points (10th, 24, 2002), and career categories in goals (seventh, 13) and points (seventh, 36).
    She was named the team’s offensive MVP in 2002, and career-wise racked up 13 goals and 10 assists in 39 starts for WSU. As a junior, she led the team in goals (8), assists (8), points (24), shots (55) and shots on goal (26), and as a senior she also paced the team in goals (5), assists (2) and points (12), and ranked second in shots (51), shots on goal (23) and game-winners (1).
    Prior to her WSU stint, she led Iowa State in scoring in both 2000 (5 goals, 7 assists, 17 points) and ’01 (8 goals, 2 assists, 18 points). She started all 36 matches her freshman and sophomore seasons, and was an All-Big 12 Second Team honoree as a freshman.
    She was also a Pac-10 All-Academic First Team pick in 2003 and a Pac-10 medal winner in 2003-04 for WSU, and a two-time Big 12 All-Academic selection in 2000 and ’01 for Iowa State.
    As a prep at Battle Ground High School, she was a two-time St. Helen’s League player of the year, and led the conference in scoring as a sophomore and senior.
Wilcox (5-16-82) graduated with a degree in communications from Washington State in 2004.