Former Station Camp soccer standout Michaela Nicholson has signed scholarship papers to continue her career at Florida College, announced by Lady Falcons head coach Joanie Dilbeck.
“Michaela is a tremendous athlete, tremendous goal scorer and a true attacker,” Station Camp head coach Jeremy Cooke said. “She is everything you want in an attacking player.”
Nicholson, during her high school career netted 92 goals and registered 43 assists.
She was an all-state selection as a sophomore and senior and was named to the all-county team all four years and all-district the last three years. As a senior, she was named the Offensive Player of the Year in District 10-AAA and Sumner County Offensive MVP as a sophomore.
“I am so thankful to have this opportunity to be part of this team,” Nicholson stated to wearefc.com. “FC provides an amazing atmosphere for me to grow both as a Christian and athlete. I cannot wait to help this team be as successful as it can be.”
Said of Nicholson by Lady Falcons head coach Joanie Dilbeck, “We are so excited to add Michaela to our team this year. She brings an impressive offensive skill set as winning attitude on and off the field. She is a valuable addition to FC women’s soccer.”
Michaela is the daughter of Troy and Jennifer Nicholson.
“Michaela is the best teammate, player and person you could ask for,” Cooke said of his former player. “Her parents raised a very special young lady. She is the most coachable player and I’m just so excited she is getting the opportunity to play at the next level.”