#11 Nikki Marcinik
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
City/State: Deale, MD
High School: Southern H.S.
• First Team IWLCA All Mid-Atlantic Region (2009)
• Second Team IWLCA All Mid-Atlantic Region (2008)
• First Team All-CAA (2009)
• CAA All-Tournament Team (2008)
• CAA All-Rookie Team (2007)
• CAA Commissioner’s List (2007, 2008, 2009)

10th-leading scorer in school history with 126 career points ... enters senior season needing four goals to become ninth player in school history with 100 career goals ... tied for sixth in school history with 97 career draw controls ... enters senior season with 43 career caused turnovers, which ranks 10th in school history ... posted 10th 50-goal season in school history by scoring 50 goals as a junior.  

2009 SEASON: Starter in all 19 games at midfield for the Tigers ... earned first team All Mid-Atlantic region honors by IWLCA ... first team All-CAA selection ... tied for second in the CAA with 70 points ... led the CAA with 50 goals ... ranked second on the team with 20 assists ... led CAA with 127 shots in 19 games, a 6.68 shot per game average ... CAA leader in draw controls with 2.89 average ... scored at least one goal in all 19 games ... had multiple goals in 14 of 19 games ... tallied multiple points in 17 of 19 games, including career-high eight-point effort against Drexel ... honored as CAA Co-Player of the Week after scoring career-high seven goals in Tigers’ win over Drexel ... also earned Division I Offensive Player of the Week honors by ... scored five goals in overtime win over Hofstra ... led Tigers to win over James Madison by scoring five goals, including four in the second half, along with an assist ... posted four-goal, two-assist effort against Syracuse ... also had career-high six draw controls against 6th-ranked Orange ... had four goals with two assists against Temple in 13-7 victory ... scored three goals with three assists in win over Johns Hopkins ... contributed three goals and an assist against Richmond ... matched season high with three assists against William & Mary along with two goals ... had a goal with three assists in road win at George Mason on April 17 ... scored two goals with two assists along with five draw controls in CAA semi-final win over William & Mary ... tallied two goals in loss to North Carolina in NCAA Tournament ... named to CAA Commissioner’s List.

2008 SEASON: Started all 19 games at midfield for the Tigers ... second team IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic region selection ... ranked second on team with 32 goals and 39 points ... ranked fourth on team with 26 ground balls ... recorded 22 draw controls, good for third on team ... named to CAA All-Tournament Team after setting season high with six goals against William & Mary in CAA Championship Game ... tallied four goals in win over Hofstra ... scored three goals with an assist in back-to-back road wins over Loyola and American ... tallied three goals in regular season finale at Old Dominion ... scored three goals in win over UMBC on March 15 ... recorded two-goal efforts against Richmond, Drexel and George Mason ... recorded season-high two assists in victory over George Washington ... tallied five ground balls and three caused turnovers against James Madison in home finale ... had three caused turnovers against Mount St. Mary’s ... recorded season-high four draw controls at Johns Hopkins on March 12 ... named to CAA Commissioner’s List.

2007 SEASON: Played in 14 games ... made eight starts ... named to CAA All-Rookie Team ... scored 12 goals with three assists ... recorded first career goal against Pennsylvania ... tallied first career assist in win at New Hampshire ... had season-high four goals in win at George Mason ... scored two goals with an assist at Delaware ... recorded two goals against Old Dominion and Drexel ... had goal and an assist in season finale against Johns Hopkins ... recorded season-high four draw controls in home win against William & Mary ... named to CAA Commissioner’s List.

AT SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity starter at Southern ... earned team MVP honors as a junior and senior after leading the team in scoring both years ... named to first team All-County Coaches team as a junior and senior ... named as a US Lacrosse All-American and Academic All-American as a senior ... recipient of U.S. Army Reserve Scholar Athlete award ... named first team All-County by Washington Post and Capital Gazette as a senior ... second team All-County selection by Capital Gazette as a junior ... helped team reach Maryland 2A State finals as a sophomore ... also was a four-year letterwinner for soccer and indoor track ... served as soccer team captain as a senior and was named team MVP ... led team to 2002 regional championship ... holds the school record for the 55-meter hurdles and is a member of the school record 4 x 800-meter relay team.     

Career goal is to work in nursing ... lists her parents as the people she admires most ... enjoys crabbing, cooking and reading ... has worked as a lifeguard during the summer ... lists Michael Phelps as her favorite athlete ... enjoys reading books by Charlaine Harris ... favorite movie is “Grandma’s Boy” ... favorite actor is Will Ferrell ... enjoys listening to music by Sublime and Queen ... favorite meal is sushi ... lists most memorable experience as winning CAA Championship each of the last two years ... younger brother, John-David, is a freshman at Towson ... parents graduated from the University of Maryland ... father is a real estate appraiser ... mother is an assistant kindergarten teacher ... daughter of John and Linda Marcinik ... born on July 25, 1988 in Annapolis, Md. … majoring in Psychology and Nursing.

Season    GP    Shots    Goals    Asst.    Pts.    GB    DC    CT
2007      14    25       12       3        15      8     19    5
2008      19    107      34       7        41      26    23    15
2009      19    127      50       20       70      34    55    23
Career    52    259      96       30       126     68    97    43

Marcinik’s Career Highs
Goals      7, vs. Drexel (Apr. 12, 2009)
Assists    3, at George Mason (Apr. 17, 2009)
Points     8, vs. Drexel (Apr. 12, 2009)

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