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Midfielder Nicole Choffel

17-year-old midfielder Nicole Choffel scored one goal last year, on a 35-yard blast at the New England Mutiny on June 16.

"Nicole has developed into an excellent player with a brilliant soccer mind. She is simple, great positionally and keeps the team ticking," Long Island Fury coach Paul Riley commented. "She is a superb passer of the ball and knows how to get the most out of her teammates."

The Bellerose resident attends the Mary Louis Academy in Jamaica Estates, where she received the All-American Achievement Scholar Award.

Nicole was the Hilltoppers' Most Valuable Player for four consecutive seasons from 2004 to 2007. Other awards include the Scholar-Athlete Award from 2004 to 2007, the Best Offensive Player in 2006 and 2007, Times Ledger All-Queens First Team from 2005 to 2007 and Times Ledger Player of the Year.

Nicole led Mary Louis to the NSCHSGAA Class A championship two of the last three years, scoring the winning goal in overtime on November 1, 2007 against Archbishop Molloy. She will be playing for the Hofstra Pride next year.

Nicole also competes for Long Island Junior Soccer League team Albertson Fury '89. She says that her best moment ever on a soccer field was winning the State Cup with Albertson in 2006.





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