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Andrea Wieland

Hometown:
Atlanta, GA

High School:
Westtown HS

Position:
Goalkeep

09/10/2014

Hawkeyes Set for 3-Game Road Trip

The seventh ranked Iowa field hockey team (2-1) travels west this weekend taking on UC Davis, No. 8 Stanford, and Pacific.

1993 Honors - - Named to 1993 U.S. National Team, Academic All-Big Ten (3.49, psychology), College Field Hockey Coaches Association Midwest Regional All-Americans First Team.

1992 - - A first team all-American and first team Midwest regional all-American . . . earned first team all-Big Ten Conference honors . . .started all 21 contests in goal . . . made 68 saves while allowing just 16 goals for a .837 save percentage . . . tallied eight shutouts . . . registered a season-high 17 saves against Old Dominion in national title game . . . picked up ten saves in 3-1 semifinal win over Massachusetts . . . added one save in first half of 5-1 win over Ball State in NCAA regional finals as defense held team to tow shots on goal . . . recorded six saves in regular season finale 2-0 victory at Michigan . . . registered six saves in 5-1 win against Michigan State . . . registered no saves in 4-1 win over Ohio State as defense held Buckeyes to only one shot on goal . . . picked up six saves in 7-0 sweep of St. Louis in front of NCAA regular season, single-game record 1,205 fans . . . recorded a season-high eight saves in 3-2 win at No. 3 Penn State . . . saved seven shots in 4-1 win over No. 4 North Carolina at Owl Invitational . . . opened season with three saves in 7-0 shutout of Rutgers . . named to Big Ten Conference all-academic team.

1991 - - Sat out 1991 season while training with U.S. National team . . .member of United States National team that played in Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Auckland, New Zealand . . . participated in the United States Olympic Festival in Los Angeles . . . named to Big Ten Conference all-Decade second team.

1990 - - Broderick Award nominee for the nation's outstanding field hockey player . . . also nominated for the inaugural Babe Zaharias Female Athlete of the Year award . . . named a first team all-American by the College Field Hockey Coaches Association . . . a first team all-Midwest Region selection by the CFHCA . . . named to the NCAA Field Hockey Championship all-tournament team . . . first team all-Midwest Collegiate Field Hockey Conference goalkeeper . . . member of the MCFHC all-academic team . . . MCFHC Player fo the Week on September 5 . . . Iowa's Most Valuable Performer . . . posted an 11-4 overall record including seven shutouts . . . went 6-1 in league play .. . recorded 126 saves while allowing just 11 goals for a .920 save percentage . . . set Iowa record for saves in a game with 25 against national power Old Dominion . . . member of 1990 U.S. National Squad . . . participated in 1990 U.S. Olympic Festival.

1989 - - Redshirted season due to back injury . . . member of the 1989 USA Junior National Team.

1988 - - Recorded 124 saves and allowed only 23 goals . . . claimed 11 Iowa shutouts . . . a second team all-Big Ten selection . . . also named to the all-Big Ten academic team . . . a 1988 Midwest Region honorable mention selection by the CFHCA . . . member of the U.S. Junior National Team.

1987 - - Registered ten shutouts, six against Big Ten foes . . . allowed just 20 goals in 17 games . . . averaged 7.5 saves a contest.

Prep - - Captained field hockey and basketball squads her senior year at Westtown School . . . a four-year varsity letter winner . . . voted to the Friends League All-Star Team and all-conference squad three times during her prep career . . . participated in the 1985 National Junior Olympics in Iowa City . . . high school all-America selection by Penn Monto as a senior.

Personal - - Daughter of William and Aileen of Atlanta, Ga . . . 1990, 1991 and 1992 Iowa team co-captain . . . a psychology major.

Career Statistics

Year GP SHO Svs GA Sv% Record
1987 17 10 127 20 .864 17-5-2
1988 24 11 124 23 .844 18-6
1990 15 7 126 11 .920 11-4
1992 21 8 95 16 .856 20-1
Totals 77 36 472 70 .870 66-16-2
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