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            Nicky Drolet begins her second season as the assistant women's lacrosse coach at Rhode Island College. She assists Head Coach Crystal Labossiere with all phases of the RIC womenís lacrosse program including, recruiting, scouting, administering practice and game coaching.



The Somersworth, N.H. native wrapped her four-year career as an Anchorwoman in 2012 having played in 53 games, starting 48 of them. She finished with 156 goals and 30 assists for 186 career points, while also tallying 53 ground balls, 67 draw controls and 12 caused turnovers. At the time of her graduation, Drolet ranked second all-time in goals, shots (342) and points, while ranking fourth in both assists and free-position shots (42) and sixth in draw controls.


As a senior in 2012, Drolet was named Second Team All-Little East. She played in 13 games, starting all of them. Drolet led the team with 55 goals to go along with 13 assists, which ranked second the squad, for a team-leading 68 points. Her 55 goals and 68 points both ranked third all-time for a single season in program history. She also tallied 13 ground balls, 20 draw controls and two caused turnovers. Drolet tallied season-highs of eight goals, 10 points and five ground balls in a 19-11 win over UMass Dartmouth on April 25, while her season-high of five assists came against Salve Regina on March 29. She also recorded a season-high six draw controls against Simmons on April 21.




As a junior in 2011, Drolet played in 14 games for the Anchorwomen, starting 12 of them. She scored 42 goals and posted nine assists for 51 points. She also tallied 10 ground balls, 24 draw controls and four caused turnovers. Drolet was the primary offensive weapon for the Anchorwomen, leading the team in goals, points, shots and shots on goal (75). She scored a season-high six goals against Eastern Connecticut on April 23. That game's point total matched a three-goal, three-assist effort on Opening Day, March 19, at Emmanuel for Drolet's season-high of six points. She also scooped up a season-best seven draw controls and forced two turnovers at Southern Maine on April 19.


As a sophomore in 2010, Drolet was named Second Team All-Little East. She played in 13 games, starting all of them. Drolet had 43 goals and seven assists for 50 points to go along with 24 ground balls, 18 draw controls and four caused turnovers. She led the team in goals, assists, and points. Drolet netted the game-winning goals in the Anchorwomenís wins over Lasell on March 18 and SUNY Maritime on April 8. She had five goals, two assists and six ground balls in the season-opening win over the Lasers. She was named the Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Week once.


As a freshman in 2009, Drolet played in 13 games, starting 10 of them. She had 16 goals and one assist for 17 points to go along with six ground balls, five draw controls and two caused turnovers.




She graduated from Rhode Island College in 2014 with a bachelorís degree in nursing. Drolet is currently a nurse at Rhode Island Hospital.


She resides in Riverside, R.I.