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    Cole Missimo
    Cole Missimo


    Dallas, Texas

    High School:
    Prestonwood Christian Academy

    Height / Weight:
    6-1 / 160



    Miller, Boxall Honored As Best In Big Ten For 2014

    The two seniors lead a list of seven Wildcats recognized Wednesday live on BTN


    Missimo Honored As Big Ten Offensive Player Of The Week

    Junior keyed Sunday win over Maryland with golden goal and a pair of assists


    NU Upends No. 13 Wisconsin in First Round of B1G Tournament

    Wildcats advance to face No. 20 MSU Friday in B1G Semifinals


    No. 16 Wildcats Earn Hard Fought Tie Against No. 2 Notre Dame

    Missimo scores first career goal to keep 'Cats undefeated against ND since 2000


    Cats Drop Season Opener Against UC-Santa Barbara

    Northwestern's Goal Scored by Mike Roberge

    2013 Missimo Game-by-Game Stats

    2012 Missimo Game-by-Game Stats

    2013: Broke out on offense toward the end of the season, registering at least one point in six of the `Cats final nine games, with eight points overall during the stretch (one goal, six assists) ... Registered assist vs. Bradley in NCAA Tournament (11/21) ... Tallied a pair of assists, coming on all of the NU goals in the `Cats 2-1 win over No. 13 Wisconsin in the Big Ten Tournament (11/13) ... Recorded two assists vs. Loyola Chicago (10/30) ... Tallied assist vs. No. 13 Penn State (10/27) ... Registered a goal against Notre Dame (10/15) ... Tallied an assist against Butler (9/15)

    2012: Member of the 2012 Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... Played all 23 games, starting seven in the NU midfield ... Played 954 minutes ... Started first collegiate game in NU's season-opening 1-1 tie vs. Xavier (8/25) ... Had two shots in NU debut ... Scored first career point, assisting on the game-winning goal in NU's 2-0 shutout of Loyola (10/17).

    High School: Three-year letterwinner ... Team captain as a freshman, sophomore and junior ... 2010 & 2011 District Offensive Player of the Year ... Two-time Texas First-Team All-State and three-time First Team All-District ... Twice named to state All-Tournament Team ... Led Prestonwood to Texas (Private Schools) State Championship in 2010 and state runner-up in 2011 ... Holds the Prestonwood record for goals in a season with 39, notching 71 goals for his career ... Also notched 36 assists during his sophomore and junior years ... Club: Eight-year member of Solar Chelsea SC ... Second Wildcat to hail from Solar, following in the footsteps of Drew Ratner ... Has played in the USSF Developmental Academy with Solar since 2009.

    Personal: Born Colton Lawrence Missimo ... Son of David and Debbie Missimo ... Has two younger brothers, Zach and Shane ... Chose Northwestern over SMU, Wake Forest and Michigan State ... Attended Northwestern's College Soccer Training Center and One Day Prep Camp ... Major is undecided.