Minnesota falls to border rival Wisconsin, 1-0
Wodnick scores the golden goal to lead Gophers to semifinals
Minnesota falls to Northwestern in double overtime to conclude regular season
Josee Stiever scores two goals to lift the Gophers over Rutgers
Senior Katie Thyken scores her first goal of the season to lift Gophers over Terps
2016 | SENIOR SEASON
Named to the All-Big Ten Second Team • earned program record in shutouts after her 28th career shutout against Iowa • selected as Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week after sweeping weekend with shutouts against Indiana, Purdue • named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week after opening weekend of conference play • recorded shutouts against Eastern Michigan, Utah, Ohio State, Indiana, Purdue, Iowa, Nebraska, Michigan, Northwestern, and Maryland, Michigan in the B1G Tournament Semifinal and NC State in the NCAA Tournament First Round.
2015 | JUNIOR SEASON
Started in each game on the season • 76 saves on the season • Earned 10 shutouts for Minnesota • Named B1G Defensive Player of the Week after tallying eight saves against Kansas and NDSU • Spent the summer playing in the W-League with FC Indiana.
2014 | SOPHOMORE SEASON
Started in twenty of the Gophers twenty-one games in goal • 96 saves on the season • Eight shutouts for the Maroon and Gold (Stetson, Marquette, SDSU, Michigan State, Purdue, Maryland, Rutgers, Michigan) • Three back-to-back saves in the second half to force overtime in the Northwestern match • Back-to-back shutouts within the same weekend resulting in wins against Maryland and Rutgers • Saved all six shots on her during the OSU match in OT which resulted in tie • Named College Sports Madness National Defensive Player of the Week.
2013 | FRESHMAN SEASON
Appeared in 18 games during her first season • led the Big Ten in saves with 122 • named the 2013 Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year (first Gopher to ever receive the conference honor) • All-Big Ten First Team • Big Ten All-Freshman Team • NCAA Division I Women's All-Great Lakes Region Second Team by the NSCAA • ended the year with a save percentage of .836 • TopDrawerSoccer.Com's Top 100 Freshmen postseason list (22) • TopDrawerSoccer.Com's Freshman Best XI Second Team • invited to two U20 National Team camps in preparation for the World Championships • posted 4 conference shutouts • Big Ten Player of the Week on Oct. 7 and Oct. 28 • CS360 National Primetime Player of the Week • named Co-Freshman of the Week • CS360 Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll • broke the standing record for saves in a single match (16) against Iowa.
2012 NSCAA High School All-American • 2012 Girls High School All-Region V • 2012 All-Metro First Team • 2012 All-State selection • three-time All-Conference • helped teams to a Suburban East Conference Championship and a runner-up finish at the 2012 state tournament • Star Tribune Athlete of the Week and Hardware Hank Nuts and Bolts Athlete of the Week in 2012 • member of the Wells Fargo All-Tournament team • honored by the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association for accomplishments and ODP regional camp • also earned letters for basketball (2) and weights (2) • 2011-2012 Basketball State Tournament participant and conference champion • 2011 All-Conference in basketball • played for Minnesota Thunder Academy under Mark Yueill • member of the 2011 St. Croix Academy • 2011 State Cup Champions • played for one year with the Olympic Development Program.
Born June 20, 1995 • daughter of Tracie Hobbs • Has three siblings (Roy, Shawna, Haley) • intends to major in Communication Studies.
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Three Gophers Earn Academic All-District Honors
11/9/2017 - W. Soccer
The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) named three University of Minnesota soccer players to the Academic All-District team today.
Gophers Fall to Badgers 2-0 in B1G Tournament
10/29/2017 - W. Soccer
On a cold October afternoon, the University of Minnesota soccer team fell in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament 2-0 against the Wisconsin Badgers.
10/28/2017 - W. Soccer
As the cliché goes, athletes get up when they get knocked down. The University of Minnesota soccer team has done just that this season by achieving a 6-0-1 record after a loss or tie.