Cleveland, OH / Twinsburg High School
As a Lady Cat
Nicole Carman joined the Lady Cats’ starting line-up as a true freshman in 2011-12 and was the team’s leading rebounder (6.0 rpg.) and second leading scorer (10.6 ppg.). In 27 games-played (24 starts), she shot 38.2% (99-259) from the field, 35.8% (38-106) from behind the three-point line, and 81.7% (49-60) from the free-throw line. Her 38 three-pointers ranked third on the team. Carman led the Lady Cats in scoring four times and rebounding 10 times. She also recorded three doubled-doubles.
In one season, Carman posted highs of 23 points at Fairmont State (WV) University on Feb. 1, 2012 and 12 rebounds against the University of Charleston (WV) in the First Round of the WVIAC Tournament in the Sports Center on Feb. 27, 2012.
At Twinsburg High School
Nicole Carman, a four-year letterman in both basketball and tennis at Twinsburg High School, averaged 9.8 points and 6.0 rebounds per game on her way to guiding her team to the 2011 Ohio State Championship with a perfect 27-0 record. In her four high school seasons, Carman’s team posted a 94-8 overall record and appeared in three district finals, three regional tournaments, and a state championship game.
Carman was a two-time Northeast Ohio All-Conference selection who was named a Greater Cleveland Basketball Coaches Association All-Star and a Tri-County All-Star following her senior season. She also represented the United States in the 2011 Continental Cup Games.
On the tennis court, Carman, Twinsburg High School’s Most Valuable Player in 2011, was tabbed Northeast Ohio All-Conference three times on her way to guiding her team to three conference titles. She also earned a letter in track and field in the shot put and javelin.
She was coached by Julie Solis at Twinsburg High School.