Woodrik started 44 games for Iowa during his senior season, hitting .323 (51-of-158) with 22 runs and 22 RBIs and 10 doubles. The Hawkeyes went 31-23 during the season — the best record in a decade — which included a school-record 12 straight wins, 10 of which were Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes hit .325 as a team to rank in the top-15 nationally and their .425 on-base percentage ranked in the top-20 in the country.
An Iowa City native, Wooldrik prepped at Iowa City High, where he earned 13 athletic letters. He earned his bachelorss degree in management organization and finance from the University of Iowa in 2007.