A two sport standout for the Huskies, Henicle still holds several baseball records for the Huskies. He is tied for the all-time lead in career doubles with 50 and holds the single-season mark of 23 set in 1995. He is also fifth all-time in hits (187), runs scored (118) and triples (9) and ninth in home runs (12). He was a three-time first team All-PSAC East choice in baseball at two different positions (catcher and outfield) and was All-North Atlantic Region as a senior. He hit .378 for his career including .456 in 1993 which ranked 5th in the country, he also finished his career with 12 homers and 87 RBI. He was MVP of the 1995 PSAC Championship Tournament and captained the 1995 squad to the only World Series appearance in school history. He was voted team MVP twice and was a two-year captain.
In football, Henicle was a two-time All-PSAC East first team selection and was named third team All-American by the Sports Information Directors. He was named first team All-ECAC twice and as a senior was chosen to play in the Snow Bowl, the top Division II all-star game in the country. For his career, he finished with 207 total tackles, 15 interceptions and 22 career breakups. His eight interceptions in 1993 ranked second in the country that season. He was voted team MVP in 1994 and was the recipient of the Frank Sheptock Most Valuable Defensive Award. In 1994 he was named the Bloomsburg Outstanding Undergraduate Male Athlete and in 1995 he was named the Robert B. Redman Award as Bloomsburg's Outstanding Male Senior Athlete.
After graduation Henicle pursued a career in coaching. After spending one season at Waynesboro HS he joined the college ranks and this season finished his 13th season as a college football coach. He has spent time at Lenoir-Rhyne University (NC), Wingate University (NC) and is currently in his sixth season at his alma mater.