Ammanda Wisniewski
Ammanda Wisniewski


Mundelein, Ill.

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2009: All-Missouri Valley Conference Honorable Mention selection for the third-straight year...ranked sixth at Illinois State for career points with 38, fourth for career goals with 16, fourth in career game-winning goals with 6, third for career shots attempted with 176 and fourth for career shots on goal with 67...appeared in all 20 games for the Redbirds in 2009, recording three goals on the season...ranked second on the Redbird offense for shots (39) and shots on goals (19)... contributed to a Redbird defense that posted a 1.23 goals against average and eight shutouts...named to the 2009 MVC All-Tournament team after leading the Redbirds to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in six years...the eight shutouts ties for third place for most shutouts in program history.

2008: All-Valley Honorable Mention selection ... appeared in all 20 games with 17 starts ... tied for second on the team with 10 points on three goals and a career-high four assists ... recorded three points with the game-winning goal and an assist against Green Bay (8/24) ... also scored goals against South Florida (9/14) and Drake (11/1), which was the game-winner ... recorded assists in consecutive games against Butler (9/21), Morehead State (9/24) and Evansville (9/27).

2007: All-Valley Honorable Mention selection ... appeared in 16 games with 15 starts ... third on the team in goals (5), points (11) and shots (32) ... named the Brine MVC Offensive Player of the Week (9/8) after recording the fourth hat trick in school history against Central Michigan (9/7) ... scored her fourth goal of the season against Evansville (10/21) ... scored the Redbirds' second goal against Drake in the State Farm MVC Tournament semifinal (11/9).

2006: Named to the All-MVC Freshman Team ... appeared in all 18 games with 17 starts ... second on the team with 11 points on five goals and one assist ... led all Redbird freshmen in goals and was second in assists ... took a team-high 58 shots, good for sixth on the ISU single-season list ... scored both ISU goals in a 2-0 victory over Northern Illinois (9/01) ... earned Valley Offensive Player of the Week accolades for that performance ... added her third goal in a 3-0 shutout over Oakland (9/07) ... put the first of four Redbird scores on the board at IPFW (9/16) ... netted the goal to tie the game against Missouri State (10/22) in the final regular-season conference contest ... three of her goals were game-winners ... assisted Yvonne Northover's goal against North Dakota State (10/20) for her first-collegiate assist.

Prior to ISU: Four-year letterwinner ... scored 27 goals as a senior and led her team to a regional title ... a three-time all-conference and two-time all-area selection ... named Pioneer Press Lakeshore Player of the Year and all-state selection as a senior ... member of the Eclipse Select club team, along with Redbird teammate Brenna Bohl, which won the 2005 U-17 National Championship and 2006 regional crown Redbird teammates Bethany Brown, Alex Howell, Katrina Jakobsze and Nicole Russell also played for Eclipse Select.

Personal: Ammanda Nichole Wisniewski ... born November 25, 1987 ... daughter of Kris and Sharon Wisniewski ... her sister, Andrea, is a member of the UW-Milwaukee soccer team ... AFNI Athletics Honor Roll: Fall 2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2007 ... majoring in biological sciences.