Nicole Varela
Nicole  Varela


Moorestown, N.J.

High School:




Nolan on Varela: “Nicole had a difficult year adjusting to the college game but has worked hard to improve her level of play. If she continues to work hard she can push for a greater role and compete to play along the back line.”

2013: Appeared in eight games ... Scored one goal, in a 3-2 win over George Washington ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star selection.

Prior to Georgetown: Varela played club soccer for the PDA Crush and was a three-time member of the New Jersey Olympic Development Program ... She helped lead this team to a national championship in 2010 and to another national championship final appearance in 2011 ... In 2011 & 2012 she captained her team to the South Jersey State Championship, being named all-league and all-county in the process.

Personal: Born in Mt. Laurel, N.J. ... The daughter of John and Nancy Varela ... Has a younger sister, Katie ... Member of the National Honor Society and the Future Business Leaders of America ... A National Merit Scholar Finalist ... Enjoys painting and studied studio art in high school ... Favorite team is the Philadelphia Eagles ... Favorite movies are The Breakfast Club and The Lion King ... Lists going to back-to-back state championships on her high school soccer team as the most memorable moment of her athletic career ... Enrolled in the School of Foreign Service and plans to major in international economics.

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