Nicole Ochotnicki
Nicole  Ochotnicki

Cedar Park, TX

High School:
Vista Ridge HS






Four North Texas Student-Athletes Earn NFCA Academic Honor

Honorees Must Maintain 3.5 GPA


Mean Green Drop Saturday's Doubleheader

Arkansas Defeats North Texas 11-0, UMass Lowell Wins 8-6

North Texas 2017
• Started 46 games, all at catcher
• Collected four hits in nine at bats in the series against La Tech from April 29-30, including back-to-back multi-hit games for the first time in her career 
• Finished with five multi-hit games
• Posted a 2-for-3 showing against Abilene Christian on April 19 
• Went 1-for-3 in the 9-6 comeback victory against Southern Miss on April 9
• Tallied the first multi-RBI game of her career on April 5 against SFA 
• Recorded first career multi-hit game against Wichita State on March 3
• Threw out two would-be base stealers against Texas Tech on March 5
• Recorded first-career hit against UMass Lowell on Feb. 11

High School

• Named to the 5A Texas Sport Writers Associations all-state team
• Led Vista Ridge to a 21-2 record, including a perfect 11-0 district record, and a trip to the class 5A state finals as a junior, where she lost to future North Texas teammates Lauren Craine and Rhylie Makawe and Aledo High School
• Twice been named to the Hill Country News Dazzling Dozen, earning Offensive MVP honors as a junior
• Played for head coach Lauren Myrick

Coach Kee on Ochotnicki: “Nicole is a strong athlete who plays behind the plate. Her ability to throw runners out, as well as handle a pitching staff, will be a solid addition. She’s a hitter that has the power to drive the ball to all fields. Her desire to win and compete on a daily basis will make for a bright future.

Why Nicole chose North Texas: “I choose North Texas because I believe the program will push me both physically and mentally. The Mean Green softball team is a great program that I hope I can contribute value to, and help the program continue to grow. North Texas feels like home and will provide me with the education I need to pursue my career.”

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