During her four-year soccer career at Steinert, BrieAnne Nomejko was an exceptionally strong teammate as she helped the Spartans post a 71-12-4 record, including 43 consecutive Colonial Valley Conference victories. From the fall of 2001 through the fall of 2004, Steinert captured three conference titles and a Mercer County championship.

In 2003 and '04, she received All-America acclaim and she was the SHS Girls' Soccer MVP. She captained the '04 squad that was a Central Jersey Group IV finalist. A midfielder, Nomejko tallied 35 goals and 32 assists during her career for Steinert.

She has a long list of awards including conference (she was CVC player of the year in 2003), county, state and national recognition. The New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association listed her in their Top 20 Players from 2002-04. The Trentonian recognized her talents by naming her Player of the Year for 2004. She was The Times' Girls' Soccer Player of the Year for 2003 and 2004.

She continued her all-star career at Monmouth University. During her time at Monmouth, the Hawks went 55-14-8 and were conference champions. She majored in special education and anthropology and currently works for the Hamilton Township School District.

Since 2012, she has been an assistant coach with the Princeton Day School girls' soccer program.

"I learned all about life with the ball at my feet," Nomejko said. "I learned dedication, perseverance, and respect, but above all, loyalty, not just for myself but for my family and teammates around me.

"The success that I had at SHS all came down to the support and individual players around me because no player can win by him/herself. Without them, nothing would be possible; I am only as good as those around me."

"There is never just one person that makes an impact on an athletic career,” she continued. “The people that ultimately 'have your back' is your family, coaches, friends – but at the end of the day, it all comes down to the only person you need to depend on the most which is yourself."