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Q & A With Nick Loveless Gohuskies.com (Sept. 15, 2005)
2007 (Senior) - Earned team's Most Inspirational Player Award...played in seven games, starting one...came off the bench to help contribute to road shutout victories over nationally ranked SMU (2-0, Sept. 16) and UCLA (1-0, Oct. 28)...tallied shots versus Denver (Sept. 21) and California (Nov. 9)...started the match versus Cal State Bakersfield (Sept. 2).
2006 (Junior) - Saw action in 12 games, starting eight...took six shots...tallied season-high two shot attempts in home opener versus UC Davis (Aug. 25).
2005 (Sophomore) - Played in 15 games, starting 12...tied for second on the squad with three goals and finished fourth in points with seven...also tallied one assist...first career goal was the game winner in 1-0 victory over Saint Mary's (Sept. 11)...scored on a header off a throw-in in the 44th minute...with UW down 2-0 and eight minutes remaining in regulation versus Air Force (Sept. 18), credited with an own goal by an Air Force defender that sparked a dramatic 3-2 comeback victory...in 3-2 win at Gonzaga (Nov. 6), scored a goal in the 54th minute that tied the score at one all...recorded 14 shots...had best shot percentage (.214) of any UW player with nine or more shots.
2004 (Freshman) - Saw limited action, playing in two matches.
Led Inglemoor High School to state quarterfinals after winning the KingCo conference championship as a senior...first-team all-state selection in 2004...also during senior year was named KingCo 4A Player of the Year and All-Eastside Player of the Year...two-time first-team All-KingCo 4A team and two-time first-team All-Eastside team selection...scored 13 goals and added eight assists as a senior...named team MVP during junior year...led Inglemoor to fifth-place finish in state tournament in 2003...played with the Seattle Americans men's team (of the premier division of the Puget Sound Soccer League) for two summers (2005, 2004)...played with the Sand Point Strikers (U-19 Idaho club team) at regionals in Denver, Colo. during summer, 2005....played for FC Alliance Parma in Bothell, Wash. for seven years...in 2003, competed in the Region IV Championships Olympic Development Program.
Nicholas Bryant Loveless...son of Gail and Bryan Loveless...mother is a homemaker and father is a real estate agent...has one brother Kellen (19)... grandparents Rod and Barbara Loveless attended UW...enjoys basketball, snowboarding, reading and writing...majoring in communications.
NICK LOVELESS'S CAREER STATISTICS