Nicole Moyer played on the Fontbonne University volleyball team from 2001-2004. During her four years at Fontbonne, Nicole earned all-conference honors during all four years. Her freshman and sophomore year, Nicole earned Second-Team All-Conference honors. Also during her freshman year, Nicole earned SLIAC Newcomer of the Year honors. During Nicole’s junior and senior year, she earned First-Team All-Conference honors and was named SLIAC Player of the Year.
Nicole currently holds the school record for most career kills at 1,370. She led her team in kills during her junior and senior season.
During her four years at Fontbonne, Nicole’s teams won the SLIAC all four years and appeared in the NCAA Tournament each one of those years. Her team’s had a combined 73-34 overall record and a 54-2 SLIAC record.
During her freshman season, Nicole had 256 kills with a .242 hitting percentage. In that season, her team finished 19-8 overall and 14-0 in the SLIAC. In year sophomore year, Nicole had 394 kills and a .280 hitting percentage with 380 digs. In that season, Fontbonne finished 18-8 overall and 13-1 in the SLIAC. Her junior year, Nicole had 421 kills with a .278 hitting percentage and 207 digs. In that season, Fontbonne finished 19-8 and 13-1 in the SLIAC. In Nicole senior season, she tallied 299 kills with a career-high .289 hitting percentage. In that season, Fontbonne finished 17-10 overall and 14-0 in the SLIAC.
In addition to being a volleyball standout, Nicole was also a member of the tennis team.