Nicko Corriveau
Nicko  Corriveau


Potomac, Md.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160



Late Etienne Goal Lifts No. 6 Virginia to 1-0 Win at VCU

Freshman scores in 84th minute as UVa remains unbeaten


Rozhansky Goal Lifts No. 6 Virginia to 1-0 Win Over No. 20 NC State

Cavaliers remain unbeaten at 4-0-2 (1-0-1 ACC)


No. 5 Virginia Defeats George Mason, 2-1

Lennon and Corriveau score as Cavaliers improve to 2-0-1


No. 2 Virginia Downs No. 17 Charlotte in Season Opener, 1-0

Corriveau's goal in 38th minute holds up as Cavaliers earn season-opening victory


Virginia Has 314 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 4,143 student-athletes recognized


Virginia vs. UCLA - NCAA Final (USATSI)

Cavaliers prevail in penalty kicks to claim their seventh national championship


Men's Soccer vs. UMBC (USATSI)

Early Darius Madison goal sends Cavaliers to 1-0 win in NCAA semifinals.


A Championship Season in Photos: 2014 Virginia Men's Soccer

Top images from the run to a seventh NCAA title


Men's Soccer vs. Maryland (by Matt Riley)

Men's Soccer vs. Maryland (by Matt Riley)

• Played in 19 matches, including 14 starts (nine at midfield, five at forward)
• Missed first three games after sports hernia surgery
• Tied for second on team with four goals
• Named to ACC All-Academic Men's Soccer Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll
• Scored game-winning goal in 82nd minute in third round of NCAA tournament at top-seeded Notre Dame (11/30)
• Assisted on game-winning goal vs. UNC Wilmington (11/23)
• Scored third goal of season against Radford (10/21)
• Finished on second goal of season in 86th minute at Pitt (10/4)
• Scored second career goal against Davidson (9/24)

• Played in 21 matches with starts against Louisville, Syracuse, Virginia Tech and Maryland (ACC tournament)
• Played in three NCAA tournament games (St. John's, Marquette, Maryland)
• Scored game-tying goal late in regulation in ACC semifinals against top-ranked Notre Dame (11/15)

• NSCAA High School All-American
• No. 2-rated recruit by College Soccer News
• No. 29-rated recruit by Top Drawer Soccer
• Named D.C. Gatorade Player of Year for 2012-13
• Named 2013 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Player of Year
• Was First-Team All-WCAC honoree three straight years
• Earned Washington Post's All-Met Player of Year honors in 2012
• Scored over 40 goals in his career
• Team captain in 2012
• Played for AC Bethesda since was 12; leading goal scorer for team
• Graduated with a 4.15 GPA and named to honor roll every semester in high school
• Also played varsity ice hockey his freshman year

• Parents are Stephane and Christiane Corriveau
• Has three sisters: Alessandra, Annelise and Adrianna
• Plans to major in pre-med at Virginia; both of parents are doctors as well