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#7 Kylee Nicassio
Position: Forward
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
City/State: Alta Loma, CA
High School: Los Osos HS
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2010
•    Named NAIA All-American second team and All-GSAC
•    Named GSAC Player of the Week Sept. 20
•    Played in all 23 games, starting each of the last 18
•    Moved within 14 goals of becoming CBU’s all-time leading goal scorer
•    Was second in the GSAC with 30 points, third with 12 goals and seventh with six assists
•    Had one multi-goal game, scoring twice in a 2-1 win over nationally-ranked Martin Methodist
•    Had a goal and an assist against UC Santa Cruz, Westmont, Point Loma Nazarene and in the NAIA National Tournament win over Northwood (Texas)
•    Had two goals and two assists in six postseason games
•    Scored 14 points in the first eight games
•    Had two game-winning goals

2009
•    Started 11 games before suffering a season-ending injury at Vanguard (Oct. 7)
•    Finished with six goals and two assists (14 points) and had the team lead in goals
•    Moved to 12th in school history with 22 career goals
•    Scored two goals in a 3-1 win over No. 3 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)
•    Had three game-winning goals against Lindsey Wilson, No. 2 Concordia (Ore.) and Westmont
•    Assisted on the game-winning goal in overtime against No. 1 Lee (Tenn.)
•    Took 59 shots, 28 on goal

2008
•    Started all 22 matches and led the team and was fourth in the GSAC with 36 points
•    Named All-GSAC and received NAIA All-American honorable mention
•    Was tied for third in the GSAC with 16 goals and also had four assists
•    Had three multi-goal games, including four goals in a 7-2 win at Fresno Pacific, the second-highest single-game total in program history
•    Scored twice in a 3-1 win at San Diego Christian and also scored twice in a 3-1 win over Fresno Pacific in the GSAC Tournament
•    Scored in the first four GSAC games
•    Scored in seven of the Lancers’ 10 GSAC games and led the conference with 11 goals in GSAC matches
•    Scored first collegiate goal in first collegiate game

HIGH SCHOOL
•    Prepped four varsity seasons for head coach Joe Kulm at Los Osos High in Alta Loma, Calif., graduating in 2008
•    Enjoyed a stellar senior season, leading the Grizzly Bears to the Baseline League championship
•    Led the league in scoring and was the league co-MVP
•    Also named All-CIF Division I first team and Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Player of the Year
•    Was selected to the Southern California High School Coaches’ Assocation Senior All-Star Game
•    Was a two-time scholar-athlete
•    Advanced to the CIF Quarterfinals as a sophomore
•    Led the Grizzly Bears to the league title and was named most improved as a freshman

PERSONAL
•    Born April 12, 1990, in Pomona, Calif., to David and Sharon Nicassio
•    Has two sisters (Kyrie, Kelsey)
•    Older sister, Kyrie, is a senior teammate
•    Majoring in business and enjoys traveling
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