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2009-10 Outlook: Will be expected to be a key leader as a senior ... Has learned how to play multiple roles while starting and coming off the bench ... Excellent fundamental player who understands how basketball should be played ... Is a team player ... Has a great feel for the game ... Is a coach on the floor.

2008-09: Played in 20 games, starting two ... Averaged 0.5 points and 0.6 rebounds per game ... Started and posted two points and three rebounds against Sacramento State (11/16) ... Scored four points and finished with an assist against Portland State (12/7) ... Tallied two rebounds apiece against Stanford (2/19) and California (2/21).

2007-08: Played in 31 games, starting 25 ... Averaged 2.2 points, 3.2 rebounds and 24.5 minutes per game ... Finished with nine steals and six assists ... Appeared in all 18 Pac-10 games, starting 14 ... Started and played 22 minutes against Cal Poly (11/10) ... Started her 30th career game scoring a career-high 12 points and grabbing five boards in 30 minutes against Cal Poly (11/13) ... Grabbed five rebounds and scored eight points against UNLV (11/24) ... Started and played 31 minutes against San Francisco, grabbing four points and scoring five points against the Dons (12/2) ... Led Oregon State with a career-best nine rebounds in 34 minutes against Idaho State (12/10) ... Earned a career-best 10 rebounds in 36 minutes against Oregon (12/29) ... Finished with four rebounds and two points in 26 minutes against Arizona (1/3) ... Grabbed five rebounds, scoring eight points, in 26 minutes against Arizona State (1/5) ... Posted four rebounds and two points in 23 minutes against Washington State (1/19) ... Led OSU with six rebounds in 35 minutes against USC (1/24) ... Finished with four rebounds and three points against UCLA (1/26) ... Scored six points to go along with four rebounds in 23 minutes against California (2/7).

2006-07: Started all 28 games and averaged 19 minutes per game ... averaged posted 47 points and 51 rebounds over the season ... was 11-of-17 (.647) from the free-throw line and 18-of-58 from the field (.310) ... posted a career-best eight points against Birmingham-Southern (12/3) ... Scored six points, dished off two assists and finished with three rebounds against Washington (12/23) ... Scored four points and finished with four rebounds, three of which came on the offensive side, against Washington State (2/24).

Personal: Born in Stamford, Conn., and considers Beaverton, Ore., her hometown ... daughter of Lori and Steve Nichols ... has one brother, Ryan, 18 ... majoring in communications ... enjoys tanning, shopping and traveling ... favorite athlete growing up was Diana Taurasi ... her favorite thing about Corvallis is all the support among the student-athletes ... enjoys visiting Los Angeles and Las Vegas and wants to see Chicago ... can speak Spanish ... would invite LaMarcus Aldridge, Brandon Roy and Steve Blake to dinner if she could have just three people over ... her dream job would be as a broadcaster for the E! channel ... best word to describe her: outgoing ... served as a radio intern for the voice of the Beavers, Mike Parker, during 2009 Corvallis Knights baseball broadcasts ... chose Oregon State because of the family atmosphere.

  Stacey Nichols

Stacey Nichols

Player Profile


Beaverton, Ore.

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