|Hometown:||Washington Township, Mich.|
2012 Season (Sophomore): Played in a total of 19 matches and made nine starts . . . Tallied one assist on the year while also accumulating one point . . . Took a total of 21 shots, 11 of them were on goal . . . Played a total of 847 minutes . . . Played a season high of 55 minutes against Ohio Dominican and Malone . . . Had three shots on goal against Notre Dame College (10/26).
2011 Season (Freshman): Played in all 19 matches . . . Started 13 times as a freshman . . . Totaled 1,014 total minutes of playing time . . . Had a single assist for the season . . . Finished with nine total shots for the year . . . Netted three shots on goal.
High School: A three-year (2009-11) letterwinner at Eisenhower High School in Shelby Township, Mich. . . . Prepped by Merhaad Nekoogar . . . A 2011 graduate . . . Recorded 11 points on two goals and seven assists in 2010 junior season while helping squad claim Macomb Area Conference (MAC) Red Division, district, and regional championship crowns en route to a 13-1-3 overall mark . . . Played a key role in Eagles securing a state qualifying berth and reaching the state tourney finals for 2010 campaign . . . Totaled two goals with seven assists for 11 points as a sophomore as 2009 squad was crowned MAC Red Division, district, and regional champions . . . . Member of the EHS' state finalist team in 2009 . . . Chosen as the 2008 junior varsity team's Most Improved Player after netting six goals and adding 12 helpers for 24 points . . . Played club-level soccer for United Soccer Leagues (2003-04), Michigan Gators (2004-10), and Michigan Hawks (2010-11).
Personal: Daughter of Mario and Jeanne DiCicco of Washington Township, Mich. . . . Born 9/23/93 in Clinton Township, Mich. . . . Her father is employed as a mechanic and mother is a teacher . . . Has an older and younger sister . . . Her eldest sister (Toni-Lynn DiCicco) played women's soccer at Northwood (Mich.) from 2008-09 . . . A cousin (Anthony Pecoraro) is a Duke football team member (2011-12) . . . Interests include soccer and being with friends . . . FSU Letters: Two.