University of Iowa Athletics

#10 Natalie Winters

Height 5-5
Class Freshman
Hometown Plymouth, Mich.
High School Canton
Natalie Winters - Women's Soccer - University of Iowa Athletics

Hawk Item — First Hawkeye to garner Big Ten postseason recognition all four seasons… started 76 of 77 career games… appeared in all 77 games from 2016-19.

2019 Honors — Named a second-team United Soccer Coaches All-North Region selection… is fourth player in school history to earn two or more all-region honors… second-team All-Big Ten honoree… earned Iowa’s team Most Valuable Player for a second straight season… named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester. 2019 — Started all 21 games, logging 1,507 minutes… tied for the team lead with six goals and had two assists… 14 points were third-most on the team… had 36 shots with 18 being on goal… was 4-for-4 in penalty kicks (8-of-8 in her career)… tied for eighth in the Big Ten in game-winning goals (3 — vs. UNI, vs. Iowa State, and at Indiana)… logged 102 minutes in the 2-2 draw at No. 10 Wisconsin (10/17).

2018 Honors — Named third-team United Soccer Coaches All-North Region honoree… third-team All-Big Ten… earned Iowa’s team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year awards. 2018 — Finished seventh in the Big Ten with 2.72 shots per game… led the Hawkeyes with five goals, three assists, 13 points, 49 shots, and 21 shots on goal… started 17 contests and saw action in all 18 games… scored the game-winning goal against Creighton (8/19)… converted penalty kicks against Creighton (8/19) and Central Michigan (8/31)… had her first career two-goal game against Central Michigan (8/31)… scored once and assisted on a goal against Indiana (9/23)… letterwinner.

2017 Honors — Third-team All-Big Ten selection. 2017 — Started all 19 games, logging 1,542 minutes… scored two goals off 35 shots and tallied five assists, which were tied for the team lead… notched a career-high three assists, tying a school record, in a 5-1 over Richmond (8/20)… scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Montana (9/8)… letterwinner.

2016 Honors — Big Ten All-Freshman Team honoree — Iowa’s first selection since 2013 season… Iowa’s Newcomer of the Year. 2016 — Started all 19 games, logging 1,437 minutes — the third-most minutes on the team… scored two goals off 35 shots and tallied three assists… scored her first career goal on a penalty kick in team’s 3-2 win over Wyoming (8/28)… had a career-best two assists in 5-1 victory over SIU Edwardsville (9/4)… notched first Big Ten goal at Illinois (10/16)… letterwinner.

High School — Member of the U18 USA Women’s National Team, competing in six U18 National Team Camps… member of the ECNL Michigan Hawks from 2009-16… named a top 11 player from ENCL National Team Camp in July, 2015, and a top 10 standout from ECNL National Team Camp in July, 2014… member of the ODP 98 State team from 2010-13 and the ODP 98 Regional Team in 2012 and 2013… helped team to the U13 State Cup title in 2011… two-time all-conference and all-area selection…earned all-district, all-region, and honorable mention all-state honors as a sophomore… did not play high school soccer as junior or senior… also was an honorable-mention all-state, All-West third-team, and all-conference selection in basketball… four-year starting point guard, helping team to the state championship game as a sophomore… high school coach was Jeannine Reddy… club coach was Adil Salmoni.

Personal — Born May 7, 1998… daughter of Jason and Julie Winters… has two older sisters, Lindsey and Rachel… mother played collegiate basketball at Oakland University… Lindsey played collegiate soccer at Division III Olivet College and Rachel at Bowling Green State… majoring in criminology, law, and justice.