Nicole Ochotnicki
Nicole  Ochotnicki

Cedar Park, TX

High School:
Vista Ridge HS






Mean Green Take First Two At Home

Rebar Combines For Two Home Runs, Five RBI


North Texas Set To Host Schutt Classic

Mean Green Face Prairie View A&M At 7 P.M. Saturday


Road Struggles Continue In Loss To Elon

Mean Green Offense Held To Two Hits


North Texas Splits Friday's Games

Pitching, Fielding Showed Improvements


Mean Green Drop First Two Games Of Season

Lacy Gregory Combines For 10 RBI

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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