Sarah Wodniak

Number24
ClassSr.
PositionOF
Height5-8
HometownIndianapolis, Ind.
Prev. SchoolNorth Central HS
Bats/ThrowsL/R

Statistics

Batting Statistics
Season     AVG  GP-GS    AB   R   H  2B  3B  HR RBI   TB  SLG%  BB HBP  SO GDP   OB%  SF  SH  SB-ATT   PO   A   E  FLD% 
2005      .200  28-16    45  10   9   0   0   0   2    9  .200   1   2   8   0  .245   1   2   2-3     11   0   2  .846
2004      .330  48-39   106  21  35   1   1   0  11   38  .358   3   1   9   0  .355   0   5   4-4     12   0   0 1.000
2003      .289  45-43    97  12  28   1   0   0   8   29  .299   2   0  13   0  .303   0   6   1-3     29   2   3  .912
2002      .258  45-35    97  14  25   3   0   0  13   28  .289   1   0  17   0  .265   0   4   4-4     33   1   3  .919

Pitching Statistics
Season    ERA   W-L   APP  GS  CG SHO/CBO SV    IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  2B  3B  HR   AB B/Avg   WP HBP  BK  SFA SHA

Fielding Statistics
Season      C   PO   A   E   FLD%  DPs  SBA CSB   SBA%   PB  CI
2005       13   11   0   2   .846    0    0   0    ---    0   0
2004       12   12   0   0  1.000    0    0   0    ---    0   0
2003       34   29   2   3   .912    0    0   0    ---    0   0
2002       37   33   1   3   .919    0    0   0    ---    0   0

Notes:

2004:Played in 48 games with 39 starts ... Hit .330 with one double and 11 RBI ... Scored 21 runs ...Was 4-for-4 on stolen bases ... Went 2-for-3 vs. St Edwards on Feb 6 ... Went 3-for-4 and had an RBI at Colorado State-Pueblo on Mar 17 ... Went 2-for-2 and scored a run vs. Taylor on Mar 25 ... Tripled and drove in three vs. Nebraska-Kearney on Mar 27 ... Went 2-for-3 vs. Fort Lewis on Apr 17 ... Had a hit an drove in two in the RMAC Tournament vs. New Mexico Highlands on Apr 30.

2003: Played in 45 games, starting 43 ... Hit .289 with one double and eight RBI ... Led the team with six sacrifices ... Also scored 12 runs and stole a base ... Had a pair of hits and scored runs against Colorado Mines on Mar 9 2003 ... Went 3-for-4 with an RBI vs. Regis on Apr 5 2003 ... Went a combined 4-for-8 with 4 RBI and three runs in a double header at Fort Lewis on Apr 12 2003.

2002: Made 35 starts and played in 45 games as a freshman ... Was named the teams most improved player at the end of the 2002 season ... Finished the year hitting .258 with 14 runs scored ... Had three doubles and 13 RBI ... Was a perfect 4-for-4 in the stolen base department ... Got her first college hit on 2/2/02 vs. Panhandle State ... Went 1-for-1 with an RBI at Adams State on 3/04/02 ... Had a career-high three hits and scored two runs on 3/10/02 at Colorado Mines ... Went 2-for-2 with an RBI and two runs scored ... Had a pair of hits vs. Southern Colorado on 4/2/02 ... Went 2-for-3 with a run scored and a career-high three RBI on 4/7/02 vs. New Mexico Highlands ... Has two hits vs. Fort Lewis on 4/20/02 ... Went 1-for-2 with an RBI and a run scored vs. Nebraska-Kearney 4-27-02 ... Had four hits and scored four runs during the fall season.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before CU-Colorado Springs: Named MVP of her high school team ... Was an Indiana All-State All-Star.

Stories featuring Sarah Wodniak

January 29, 20062006 Softball PreviewHaving lost seven seniors, including four All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference performers and the reigning NCAA home run record holder, many expect the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team to take a step backward in 2006. That notion brings a smile, or maybe more of a smirk, to Mountain Lions' coach Scott Peterson's face.
May 7, 2005Loss in RMAC title game ends seasonA season of promise ended Saturday as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team was eliminated from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament.
May 6, 2005Berg's clutch hit lifts LionsCharlene Berg belted a two-run, game-winning double to left center in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the lethargic University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions to a 4-3 victory over Nebraska-Kearney in the second round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament Friday.
April 3, 2005Colton No-Hitter, Slam Lead to SweepAmber Colton pitched the third no-hitter in University of Colorado at Colorado Springs history and belted a grand slam to spur the Mountain Lions to a 9-0 victory over the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader. UCCS won the second game 5-3 to complete the Sunday sweep and finish the four-game set with a 3-1 record.
March 23, 2005UCCS Rally Falls ShortA sixth-inning rally fell short Wednesday as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs dropped its fourth straight game 9-7 to the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats.
March 22, 2005Lions Drop Opening Pair in FloridaAfter Tuesday's 4-0 loss to No. 19 Florida Southern, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball coach Scott Peterson was smiling. To the outsider, such a reaction would seem, at best, puzzling. After all, the Mountain Lions had just lost their second game of the day and been shut out in consecutive games for the first time since March 21, 2002.
March 20, 2005Krebs Slam Helps UCCS Avoid SweepCrystal Krebs hit a grand slam to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 9-1 victory in the opening game of Sunday's doubleheader and avoid a sweep at the hands of the Mesa State Mavericks.
March 6, 2005Cleland Slam Helps UCCS Avoid SweepFreshman Sarah Cleland hit a walk-off grand slam to give the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs a 10-9 victory in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader and avoid a four-game sweep at the hands of the Fort Hays State Tigers.
September 30, 2004Fall ball shows that Lions are loadedCollegiate softball's fall season operates much like pro football's preseason. The games don't count in the standings, so the primary goal is to evaluate talent for the upcoming spring season. After 17 games of evaluation, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs can be assured of one thing concerning its 2005 softball team.
May 17, 2004Powerful recruiting class bolsters Mountain LionsIf the coaches in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the Southwest Region thought the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' run to the RMAC title and the regional championship game was a one-time fluke, they'll need to reevaluate that assessment. Not only did the Mountain Lions graduate no seniors, but they also will get back a star pitcher and have signed one of the strongest recruiting classes in school history.
May 8, 2004Softball advances to regional semifinalsSAN ANTONIO - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs extended its run at the NCAA Division II Regional Softball Tournament by defeating the Tarleton State TexAnns 5-3 Saturday in an elimination game.
May 6, 2004Softball win's regional openerSAN ANTONIO, Texas - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs infielders have a drill they do prior to each game. Assistant coach Tanya Ramsay hits imaginary balls that the Mountain Lions snag with an assortment of brilliant dives and lunges. It's a particularly appropriate exercise for a team that has been living a fantasy season in 2004.But there was nothing imaginary about what the Mountain Lions did Thursday morning.No. 4 seed CU-Colorado Springs pounded 16 hits to run-rule the No. 5 seed Midwestern State Lady Indians 9-1 in six innings in the opening game of the NCAA Division II South Central Regional Softball Tournament. The Mountain Lions will face top-seed St. Mary's Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m.
May 6, 2004Lions let top seed escapeSAN ANTONIO - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs had the biggest fish in the region on the hook and let it get away.Kym Kling hit two home runs, the second a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth inning that keyed a seven-run rally, as the top-seeded St. Mary's Lady Rattlers defeated the No.-5 seeded University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions 11-4 in second round of the South Central Regional Softball Tournament Thursday evening.
May 5, 2004Mountain Lions go from rags to regionals"This is so cool," said University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball coach Scott Peterson. "I can remember driving to Omaha in those old school vans. It was our only real road trip of the year."Peterson and his Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference champion Mountain Lions were being driven to the airport in one of the school's colorful and comfortable Mountain Lion shuttles on Tuesday. There they boarded an airplane for the flight to San Antonio, Texas, where they will compete in the NCAA Southwest Regional Softball Tournament for the first time.
April 30, 2004Mountain Lions win RMAC opner, spank HighlandsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs won its first game of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament as they run ruled the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls 9-1 Friday afternoon at 4-Diamonds Sports Complex.
April 18, 2004Mountain Lions get the message from Fort LeiwsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs received a wake-up call from the Fort Lewis Skyhawks in Game 1 on Sunday.The Mountain Lions showed in Game 2 that they got the message. CU-Colorado Springs (29-10, 21-3 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) rebounded after losing Game 1 3-1 to spank the Skyhawks 11-3 in Game 2.
April 17, 2004Mountain Lions take two from RegisThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs got one step closer to winning the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference after sweeping the Fort Lewis Skyhawks Saturday afternoon at 4-Diamond Sports Complex.The Mountain Lions (28-9, 20-2 RMAC) got two stellar pitching performances, winning Game 1 5-4 behind Amber Colton, and Game 2 2-0 behind Brenna Pool.
April 14, 2004Shandera, Carlson key sweep of Northern ColoradoWhen a team's top two RBI producers, who happen to also be the top two in the conference in that category, are shut out in a doubleheader against a provisional NCAA Division I opponent, it's a bad thing, right?
March 27, 2004Softball team remains unbeaten at homeCrystal Krebs went a combined 5-for-6 with four RBI and four runs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team remained unbeaten at home with a doubleheader sweep of the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Saturday at Four Diamonds Sports Complex.Crystal Krebs went a combined 5-for-6 with four RBI and four runs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team remained unbeaten at home with a doubleheader sweep of the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Saturday at Four Diamonds Sports Complex.
March 25, 2004Lions leave Tucson on high noteCrystal Krebs hit two more home runs and drove in a combined 10 runs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team finished its Spring Break trip to Tucson with a pair of wins on Thursday.
March 23, 2004Krebs sets homer mark in victoryIt only took Crystal Krebs 18 games to make her first mark on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs record book.
March 17, 2004Softball wins school-record 10th straightThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team set a new team record by winning its 10th straight game after a two-game sweep of the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves Wednesday night at Pueblo.
March 7, 2004Mountain Lions complete four game sweep of AdamsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (6-5, 5-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) won both games Sunday to complete a four game-sweep of the Adams State Grizzlies (2-20, 0-8 RMAC) in Alamosa. The Mountain Lions won the opener 11-3 then held on for a 4-3 win in Game 2.
February 6, 2004Softball wins opener, splits first day of tourneyThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team had plenty to overcome in its season-opening game against the Eastern New Mexico Zias Friday at the Las Vegas RMAC/Lone Star Classic.
February 5, 2004Softball team primed for encoreLast year, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team did something it had never done before - win a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoff game. So what can the Mountain Lions and coach Scott Peterson do for an encore?
May 5, 20032003 softball season recapCU-Colorado Springs made school history this season by becoming the first softball team to ever win a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoff game. Amber Colton threw a complete game two-hitter and Brittni Carlson drove in a run and scored another to lead the Mountain Lions to a 2-1 victory over New Mexico Highlands in the opening round of the RMAC Tournament.
March 13, 2003CU-Colorado Springs takes two from MesaSometimes the best things come when you least expect them.
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