Nicole Galewksi joined the Bridgewater State track & field and cross country coaching staffs in the summer of 2019. Nicole is a 2017 graduate of Franklin Pierce University where she earned a bachelor of scienc degree in psychology as well as a certificate in women in leadership. Nicole also earned a Master of Education in general special education (K-12) from Franklin Pierce in 2019.
While at Franklin Piere, Nicole competed on the women's indoor and outdoor track & field teams primarily as a pentathlete and heptathlete. She was a two-year captain on the squads and received numerous accolades including USTFCCCA All-East Region honors in the pentathlon (three times), heptathlon (three times) and hurdles (twice). Nicole also provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships in 2017 and 2018.
Nicole finished her collegiate career as the school's record holder in the high jump (indoor), long jump, pentathlon, heptathlon and 4x200-meter relay. She also served on te Student Athlete Advisory Committee from 2016 to 2017.
A resident of Halifax, Massachuetts, Nicole is currently works as a therapist at Southeastern AVA in Hanson.