2006: Nikki Bielick was among the top Panther runners during the 2006 season and contributed points in every regular season race for the team...Finished in 96th after recording a time of 22:49.80 at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships...At the Big East Championships, Bielick placed 74th with a time of 23:14.00...Placed 11th at the CMU Invitational, posting a time of 19:12.79, and led the Panthers for the second consecutive race...Paced the women's team at the 33rd annual Brooks Paul Short Run and finished 107th with a time of 22:59.00...Finished at 23:38.95, an improvement of last year's time by over a minute, and placed 65th at the Spiked Shoe Invitational...Placed 13th at the season opening Duquesne Duals meet with a time of 19:54.00...Named a Big East Academic All-Star.
Duquesne Duals - 19:04.00 (4th)
Iona Meet of Champions - 24:20.60 (94th)
Paul Short Invitational - 24:01.00 (225th)
Penn State National - 24:54.00 (202nd)
2004: Placed 116th at regionals with a time of 24:25.00...72nd at the Big East Championships with a time of 23:37.00...138th at the Penn State National with a time of 23:18.00...104th at the Great American Race with a time of 19:34.24...9th at the Duquesne Invitational with a time of 23:53.00...17th at the Duquesne Duals with a time of 19:18.00.
Greensburg Salem High School: Track and field and cross country state qualifier...2003 cross country second place finish in Westmoreland County...2004 WPIAL fourth-place finish in 3,200 meters...2003 WPIAL ninth-place finish in cross country...Vice President of the National Honor Society and President of her class.
Personal: Daughter of Merle and Toni Ann Bielick...has one brother...born June 22, 1986...an accounting major.
Pitt Cross Country Earns USTFCCCA All-Academic Accolades
Four Panthers Earn ACC Cross Country All-Academic Honors
Schriever, Forys Named First National Bank Athletes of the Week
Pitt's Schriever Completes NCAA Championship
Schriever to Represent Pitt at NCAA Championships
Panthers Prosper at NCAA Cross Country Mid-Atlantic Regional