Lea

Wodach

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#15

Catcher
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Coto de Caza, Calif.
High School: Tesoro HS

Bio

Season AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG BB HBP SO OBP SB SBA FLD%
2015 .297 45 20 74 17 22 3 0 5 22 .541 6 0 5 .341 0 0 1.000
2016 .315 65 65 181 32 57 11 2 7 32 .514 23 0 14 .388 3 4 .987
2017 .159 60 50 113 7 18 4 0 0 9 .195 6 2 21 .215 0 0 .990
2018 .258 60 59 124 18 32 8 0 2 20 .371 18 6 15 .378 2 2 .997
TOTAL .264 170 135 368 56 97 18 2 12 63 .421 35 2 40 .328 3 4 .989

Career
2016 Second Team All-Region honoree ... named to 2016, 2017 and 2018 Academic All-Big 12 First Team with a 4.0 GPA in '16 and '17 ... Recepient of the 2018 Dan Gibbens Scholar-Athlete of the Year and the 2018 Big 12 Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award.

Record Book
Finished her career ranked third in fielding percentage (.992) and ninth in putouts (115). 

2018 (Senior)
Appeared in 60 games with 59 starts at catcher … Led the team with eight sacrifice hits and 366 putouts … Committed just one error all season, including an error-free regular season … Fielding percentage of .997 ranks third in OU single-season records … Hit a three-run home run against Pacific (2/11) … Had a hit in every game of the Easton Tournament (3/16-18) … Drilled a three-run home run to aid a seven-run comeback against Wichita State (4/11) … Tallied a hit in five straight postseason games from May 19-June 2.

2017 (Junior)
Played in 60 games with 50 starts at catcher ... missed eight games from 3/28-4/9 due to hand injury ... led the team in sacrifice bunts (7) ... drove in two runs at Texas Tech (4/30)

2016 (Sophomore)
Started all 65 games (45 at C, 19 in LF, 1 in CF) ... threw out 11 of 16 stolen bases attemped against ... had 2 hits in each game of the NCAA Super Regional against Louisiana-Lafayette, including 2 RBI and a triple in game two (5/26-27) ... set or tied careers high in hits, runs, doubles and stolen bases by going 4-5 with 2 doubles, 2 runs scored and a stolen base vs. No. 22 Minnesota (3/16) ... hit 2 home runs (including an inside-the-parker), doubled, drove in 4 and had 3 hits against Oregon State (2/25)

2015 (Freshman)
Played in 45 games with 20 starts (10 at DP, 8 at C, and 2 in RF) ... hit a grand slam against Central Arkansas in the NCAA Regional (5/15) ... went 3-4 with two home runs, two runs scored and career-high five RBI against Central Arkansas (3/31) ... hit a three-run homer against Missouri State (3/8) ... first hit of career was a solo home run at Hawaii (2/7) ... made Sooners debut against DePaul (2/5)

High School
Earned four letters under head coach Donn Munsell … ranked No. 88 on the Top 100 Players in the 2014 Class by StudentSports.com … as a junior, was named third-team All-Orange County and second-team All-South Coast League after hitting .416 with  13 runs scored, two stolen bases and team-bests in hits (32), RBI (25) and home runs (4) … all-state nominee from Calhisports.com … won the Tesoro High School Coaches Award … in her freshman season, tabbed second-team All-South Coast League and a Top 15 Freshman selection by OCVarsity.com as her team won the South Coast League Championship … twice named a Player to Watch by the Orange County Register … also earned three letters in basketball, including being named conference MVP as a junior when she averaged a double-double and set school records for 3-pointers in a game, and points and rebounds in a season … also a two-time team MVP … three-time Tesoro High School Scholar Athlete … named to Capistrano Unified School District – Superintendents Honor Roll every semester 

Travel Ball
Played for Corona Angels under Marty Tyson as a senior … spent five seasons playing with the California Cruisers of Trabuco Canyon, Calif., under Phil Harman and Jim Wodach … team captured second place at the 18U ASA Champions Cup … in the Summer of 2013 hit .345 with 12 runs scored, 29 hits, 12 RBI, and seven home runs … 16U California Cruisers finished fifth at the 2012 PGF Nationals and 17th at the 2011 ASA Nationals

Personal
Full name is Lea Katherine Wodach … daughter of Jim and Adele Wodach … chose OU over Stanford, Cal, San Diego State and San Diego ... majoring in health and exercise science

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