2000 Big 12 Academic all-Conference
1999 Arkansas State Classic all-Tournament
1999 Baylor Invitational all-Tournament
1999 Big 12 Academic all-Conference
Career at Baylor: Ninth all-time with 826 kills...Second all-time with .285 career attacking percentage...12 double-doubles...39 matches with at least 10 kills, most of any active player...Three matches with at least 20 kills...14 matches with at least 10 digs.
2000: Third on team with 2.77 kills per game...Attacking percentage of .274 was third among regulars and first among starters...Tied for second on team with eight solo blocks...Amassed a team-high 74 total blocks, averaging 0.73 per game...Posted five double-doubles, 14 matches with at least 10 kills, two matches with at least 20 kills and seven matches with at least 10 digs...Hit .600 (7-1-10) with 10 digs in season-opener Sept. 1 against North Texas...Followed that with 11 kills and a pair of blocks against Louisiana Tech...Hit .444 with 14 kills and four blocks the following day at Rice...Put down seven errorless kills in 21 attempts with seven total blocks Sept. 6 against Southern Methodist...Tallied 11 kills with five digs Sept. 8 against Santa Clara...Hit .367 with 16 kills, two service aces, eight digs and six blocks in four games Sept. 13 against Texas Tech...Totaled 15 kills and hit .387 Sept. 20 against Texas...Tallied 13 kills, eight digs and five blocks Oct. 7 against Texas A&M...Put down a team-high 11 kills Oct. 11 at Nebraska...Hit .412 (10-3-17) with 12 digs and three blocks in three-game victory over Texas Christian...Erupted for a career-high 25 kills against only three errors in 49 attempts (.449) in five-game classic Oct. 21 at Texas Tech...Also had 12 digs and three blocks against the Raiders...Followed that with 12 kills, 10 digs and a career-high tying eight total blocks Oct. 25 against Kansas State...Posted back-to-back four-game double-doubles with 20 kills (.342) and 10 digs Nov. 8 at Oklahoma, followed by 17 kills (.342) and a career-high 19 digs Nov. 11 against Colorado...Tallied eight errorless kills in 15 attempts (.533) Nov. 20 at Iowa State...Amassed 11 kills and hit .348 with 13 digs and three blocks Nov. 24 against Nevada-Las Vegas...Selected first-team Academic all-Big 12.
1999: Did not miss any action in 35 matches...Was the teamís leading attacker with a .320 percentage, seventh in the Big 12 Conference and the fifth-highest, single-season percentage in school history...Led the team with 93 total blocks...Finished second on the team with 0.74 blocks per game, best among starters...Third on the team with 393 kills and 3.12 kills per game...Dominated the Arkansas State Tournament with a .508 hitting percentage, collecting 36 kills with only five errors in 61 attempts...That success earned her all-tournament honors...Had fewer than four errors in 19 matches...Hit at least .400 in 15 matches...Registered double-digit kills in 23 matches...Named to the Baylor Invitational all-tournament team...Set a career high with 22 kills Nov. 3 against then-No. 12 Texas...Reached double-digits in kills 22 times, third best total on the team...One of only three Bears to have at least one match of 20 or more kills...Reached 10-dig plateau six times...Recorded five double-doubles, tying Tatiana Kenon for fourth on the team...Had at least 10 kills in each of Baylorís first three matches, all of which were three-game affairs...Hit .421 with 10 kills and only two errors in season-opener Sept. 1 at Texas-Arlington...Followed that up with 11 kills against only one error for a .588 attacking percentage two days later against Jackson State...Recorded her first double-double of the season Sept. 8 at Texas Christian with 14 kills and 12 digs...Also hit .500 with five blocks in that match...TCU match also began a stretch of four consecutive matches with at least 10 kills, during which time she averaged 3.35 kills per game...TCU match also began a streak of three consecutive matches with at least 10 digs...Totaled 23 kills in a pair of three-game matches Sept. 18 against Akron, hitting .545 with 13 kills and only one error in the second match...Had 16 kills against only three errors to go along with a career-high eight total blocks Sept. 25 at Colorado...Began a streak of six straight matches with at least 10 kills Oct. 6 with 11 against Texas A&M...Followed that with 11 kills and a .429 attacking percentage three days later at Kansas...Hit .500 with 18 kills and only two errors in 32 attempts in three-game Oct. 12 match against Texas Tech...Had 10 kills, two service aces, and seven digs Oct. 22 at Oklahoma to close out the six-match run...Again torched Colorado on the front line Oct. 27, this time with seven total blocks...Notched 13 kills and 17 digs Nov. 10 at Texas A&M...Registered nine kills with no errors in 19 attempts (.474) to go along with 10 digs in three games Nov. 13 against Kansas...Posted 14 kills and 16 digs Nov. 27 against Kansas State in the regular-season finale...Had 19 kills with 15 digs and six total blocks Dec. 3 against Temple in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...Recorded at least one block in all but three matches on the year...Had at least one block in 29 of the final 30 matches and ended the year with a 15-match streak.
1998: Played in every game on the season before a stress fracture forced her to miss the remainder of the season...Finished third on the team with seven solo blocks and 54 total blocks...Had four kills with no errors in five attempts in her first collegiate match Sept. 4 against Centenary...Followed that with a seven-kill, no-error performance later in the day against Northwestern State...Streak finally ended at 14 kills and 22 attempts before her first-career error during the following match Sept. 5 against Rice...Still had eight kills with only one error against the Owls...Totaled eight kills and seven total blocks Sept. 10 against Arizona State...Reached double-digits in kills for the first time as a Bear with 11 against only one error in 18 attempts (.518) two days later against Bradley...Collected 10 kills, five digs and five total blocks Sept. 18 against Miami University...Hit .533 with nine kills and one error in 15 attempts Oct. 3 at Iowa State...Tallied eight kills and six total blocks Oct. 23 against Missouri...Again had plenty of success against Iowa State with eight kills and only one error in 14 attempts (.500) in three games Oct. 24.
High School: Prepped at Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, Calif...Played for head coach Ron Kasser...First-team all-league, all-county and Freeway League most valuable player as a senior...Second-team all-league as a junior...Named Sunny Hills High Female Athlete of the Year as a senior...Also lettered one year in soccer and four years in track...Owns five school records in track...Named Freeway League Female Athlete of the Year as a senior...Team most valuable player all four years in track...Freeway League MVP, Individual League champion in hurdles and state finalist in 300 meters as a senior...Four-year scholar-athlete and honor roll student.
Personal: Full name is Allison Michelle Nicholas...Born Feb. 2, 1980...Daughter of Steve and DeAnne Nicholas...Father wrestled at Oregon State and mother competed in high jump at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany...Has two sisters, Lauren (26) and Stevie (19)...Sister Stevie is a sophomore on the Baylor volleyball team...Chose Baylor over Indiana, Oregon State and San Diego...Majoring in pre-nursing at Baylor.