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Date of Birth: 10/04/72
Place of Birth: Swift Current, SK
Hometown: Saskatoon, SK
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 135 lbs
Years on National Team: 5
 Infielder/outfielder Jacki Nichol holds the distinction of being the only player in Softball Canada history to play on two national junior teams. After starting out playing T-Ball with her parents when she was five, Nichol also became a team member for both the Olympic qualifying team at the 1998 World Championships, and the 1999 Pan Am Games. She graduated earlier this year from the University of Saskatchewan in physical therapy. She is known for her defensive abilities and counts their Pan Am silver medal win as her most memorable moment.

2000 Games
Sept. 23: Canada lost 1-0 to China, finishing with 1-6 record in round-robin schedule.
Sept. 21: Canada lost 4-3 to Japan in 10 innings, dropping to 1-4 in round-robin play.
Sept. 20: Canada def. Italy 7-1 in round-robin play, raising record to 1-3.
Sept. 19: Women: Canada lost 1-0 to Australia, dropped to 0-3 record in round-robin play.
Sept. 18: Canada lost 3-2 to New Zealand in 10 innings of women's preliminary round, dropping to 0-2. Sept. 17: Canada lost 6-0 to United States in round-robin play.

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Saskatoon's Jacki Nichol pitches
Canadian starting pitcher Jacki Nichol


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