Nicole E. Cremo
Nicole E. Cremo
Class: Class of 1995
Sport: Soccer
Enshrined: Inducted October 21, 2005

Nicole is considered to be one of the greatest women's soccer players in College history.  A four-time All-New England and All-Northeast-10 Conference selection, she was also the consummate team player.  A natural center midfielder, she spent time as a back and also as a forward -- wherever her coach felt she could best serve her team.  She led the Purple Knights in scoring in each of her four seasons, and was among the Northeast-10's leaders throughout her career.  When she scored her 41st career goal on October 19, 1994, she became the first woman in Saint Michael's history -- and only the fifth in Northeast-10 Conference history -- to reach the 100-point plateau in career scoring.  She graduated as the soccer program's all-time leading scorer, with 41 goals and 20 assists for 102 career points.  At the time of her induction, she ranks #2 on the all-time list.  A star performer in the classroom as well as the soccer field, Nicole was awarded the prestigious Roger F. Keleher '15 Award, given annually to the College's most outstanding senior scholar-athlete.

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