2017 Honors — Co-recipient of Iowa’s Hawk Award… Academic All-Big Ten… named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester. 2017 — Saw action in 17 games, including making seven starts… logged 465 minutes where she took seven shots with three being on goal… registered an assist in Iowa’s 8-1 victory over Southern Utah (8/31)… letterwinner.
2016 Honors — Academic All-Big Ten selection. 2016 — Saw action in 11 games, tallying one start… logged 143 minutes… fired three shots, one being on goal… letterwinner.
2015 — Competed in 13 games, logging 205 minutes… made her first career start on Aug. 23 against Nebraska Omaha… tallied two shots on the season… named Academic All-Big Ten… letterwinner.
2014 —Saw action in 18-of-22 games, logging 366 minutes… scored her first career and game-winning goal during Iowa’s season opener, a 1-0 double overtime victory at Northern Iowa… Dean’s List honoree during spring semester… letterwinner.
High School — Two-time all-state and all-district honoree… three-time all-conference selection… selected to compete in the East vs. West All-Star game… scored 13 goals and had seven assists as a senior and 11 goals and four assists as a junior… all-conference honoree as a sophomore after finishing with 20 goals and six assists for 42 points… led team to a pair of CIML titles (2012, 2013)… holds school records for most games with a goal and most consecutive games with a goal… played club soccer for the Rush and Ames Soccer Club… helped the Rush to a state runner-up finish (2010) and a state title (2013)… high school coach was Bobby Meyers… club coaches were Lindsey Long and Daryl Braseau… also is a three-year letterwinner in track and field, finishing seventh in the state in the 4×100-meter relay as a junior… state qualifier as a freshman and sophomore… four-time All-Academic honoree.
Personal — Born Sept. 26, 1995, in Fort Dodge, Iowa… daughter of Bill and Nolvia Woodruff… father played football at Valparaiso University… has three brothers, Walter, Peter and David… majoring in industrial engineering.