Nicole Rodrick

Additional Information for Nicole D. Rodrick

Aragon High School – Varsity Soccer

2011-2012 Senior Year: Starter, season commenced January 2012.

2010-2011 Junior Year: Starter, Midfielder/Defender.

Key stats: 3 goals, 4 assists, .77 game average goals against, 9 shutouts in 22 games.

Named 2nd Team All-League by coaches poll.

Led team to 14 wins, 3 losses, 5 ties, Pacific Athletic League Champions;

Central Coast Section State Semifinalists.

2009-2010 Sophomore Year: Defender.

Key states: 1 goal, 2 assists, 1.00 game avg. goals against, 10 shutouts in of 23 games.

Named All-League Honorable Mention by coaches poll.

Led team to 14 wins, 3 losses, 6 ties, Central Coast Section State Champions.

Aragon Coach contact: Will Colglazier,, cell (703) 899-2127


Olympic Development Program

2006 & 2007: Selected to ODP Region IV pool, Northern California


Elite Club Soccer

2011 Summer: Juventus X CYSA North Class 1 Tournament Team, Center Midfielder.

Key states: 3 goals, 4 assists in 10 games.

Highlight reel for #51, Nicole Rodrick North Huntington Beach Tournament – August 2011

2011 Fall: CZ Elite Football Club CYSA South Class 1 Tournament Team, Center Mid.

Invited to guest play at the “best of the best” showcase, San Diego Surf Cup

2001-2008: SMSC Fury, CYSA, North Class 1 Tournament Team, Forward.

Team Captain.

Key Stats: 45 goals, 42 assists in 105 games over 7 seasons.

Selected team MVP 6 of 7 seasons by teammates and coaches.

Competed in National Cup IX, US Soccer Regional Champions in 2010.

Silicon Valley Cup Champions.


Professional Soccer References

Adam Clarke, former coach of SMSC Fury and current director of Sunnyvale Soccer Alliance

Email contact: Mobile: (650) 787-3934

Ratings per Coaches Profile

Athletic Ability 10 of 10

Leadership 9 of 10

Team Player 10 of 10

Easy To Work With 10 of 10

Playing Ability 10 of 10

Commentary: “Nicole is an extremely talented soccer player. She is capable of

dominating games and scoring goals from any position on the field. With the ball, Nicole’s

creativity and footwork is more advanced than almost any girl that I have seen in the last

twenty years as a soccer coach. Nicole’s passing is impeccable both in tight spaces, and

with long balls. I have seen Nicole score many goals from as far as 40 yards out because

of her power, and her shot placement. Defensively, Nicole can organize teams very well

and slide tackle as clean and powerful as any girl I have ever seen. Girls like Nicole are

very special soccer players, and Nicole Rodrick would be an asset on any Division 1

College Soccer team.”

“I have known Nicole since she was nine years old. I started training Nicole one-on-one

at age nine, and still train her one-on-one today. For six years I was her club soccer

coach and trainer: five years with San Mateo Soccer Club, and one year with Union

Football Club. Nicole absolutely loves soccer and it is very evident in the way she trains

and the way she plays. Off the field, Nicole is a very sweet young lady, polite, courteous,

and respectful. When our soccer teams would travel and stay overnight at hotels, Nicole

was very ladylike and traveled responsibly. Nicole has an amazing family which is very

supportive and loving. I truly believe that Nicole is talented enough to play Division 1

college soccer, and would be an asset to any college program.”


Ross Ireland, current coach for Juventus X

Email contact: Mobile: (650) 787-3934

Ratings per Coaches Profile

Athletic Ability 8 of 10

Leadership 8 of 10

Team Player 10 of 10

Easy To Work With 10 of 10

Commentary: “Nicole has excellent speed and acceleration, but her ability to read the play on

and off the ball, and to win the ball through guile, intelligence, balance and strength mark her as

a player the ball gravitates toward. She never shirks a challenge, and is keen to attack a loose


“Overall quieter in a group, Nicole comes to the fore when the game commences and is

physically, emotionally and psychologically involved in doing what she and the team can do to

win the game with her positive game analysis and communication with coach and players.”


Extracurricular Detail

Expression College for Digital Arts – Summer 2011

I attended a summer seminar at the Bay Area’s most prestigious educational college for digital

arts. After self-teaching myself how to produce electronic music as a hobby throughout high

school, I decided to enroll in a formal course to explore and enhance my interest in digital music

composition and audio engineering. During the seminar I was introduced to state of the art

systems like ProTools and LogicPro. This experience opened my eyes to the potential of a

career in music composition, entertainment marketing and sound engineering.


Napa Farms Market – Summer 2011

I worked for three months in a grocery store concept at San Francisco Intl. Airport, where I

trained and worked as a coffee barista and as a cashier in the rotisserie kitchen area. This was

my very first job and I loved the experience. I learned the importance of teamwork in a

completely different setting (not athletics), enjoyed interacting with the travelling public and

earning my own spending money.


Ronald McDonald House – Spring/Summer 2010

Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for families of critically ill children. I

volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House at Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford,

helping coordinate activities for kids in the CLIK (Computer Learning is for Kids) Center. This is

an area of the house where kids of all ages can come to do work on computers, play games or

learn new skills like making digital music!


PAWS: Pets Are Wonderful Support – Summer 2009

I was introduced to this local non-profit organization while I was in middle school. It was the first

time that I became personally involved as a volunteer, raising money for their programs and also

spending time in their office in San Francisco as an assistant. PAWS provides furry

companions to low income San Franciscans who are either terminally ill or isolated due to

immobility issues. Their dogs and cats provide healing power and unconditional love.