2014 SENIOR SEASON: Appeared in all nine games this season Scored one of the Gophers ten goals against Stetson (8/22) Tallied one assist during the Stetson match for three total points.
2013 JUNIOR SEASON: 1 goal 2 points 16 shots with 8 shots on goal
2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Academic All-Big Ten Played in all 20 games of season Posted four goals and four assists for a total of 12 points Tied for first on team with three game-winning goals Finished second on team with 17 shots on goal Recorded one unassisted goal against USC in 4-1 victory (Aug. 26) Scored lone goal of the season against Michigan State on Sept. 23 Tallied the game-winning goal in the comeback victory over rival Wisconsin on Sept. 27 Had two assists in the regular-season finale against Nebraska (Oct. 26).
2011 FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in 14 matches with four starts in 2011 Had one assist on the season Started in the 1-0 season opener loss at Maryland (8/19) Notched first career point with an assist in the 5-0 home opener win over South Dakota State (8/21) Tallied first career shot in the 3-0 road loss to Michigan State (9/25). HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 NSCAA All-American 2010 Gatorade Player of the Year nominee Two-time all-state and all-conference honoree (2009-10) Helped Wayzata to three state tournament appearances including the 2009 state championship The Trojans finished second at state in 2010 and third in 2008 Named all-metro in 2010 and all-metro honorable mention in 2009 2009 all-area award winner Also lettered in track at Wayzata Three-time academic all-state honoree (2008-10) 2010 State Cup champions and regional participant with Eden Prairie Soccer Club United Also a member of Minnesota ODP teams from 2005 through 2010 including partipating in the Regional Pool from 2007-10 Competed at nationals in 2008.
PERSONAL: Daughter of John and Brenda Wodnick Has a younger brother, Derek Born April 28, 1993 Father played football for Minnesota State-Mankato Relative of current Gophers football player,Chris Bunders Selected Minnesota over Iowa, Wisconsin, Northwestern and Ohio.