2007 - Preseason MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List candidate...served as team captain...started the first 10 games of the season before suffering an ACL tear to her right knee in the first half against NC State...the injury would result in missing the rest of the season...established career-highs for points and assists in a game as she tallied four points on a goal and two assists in a win over Francis Marion...the goal against the Patriots was just the second of her career and came just 18 seconds into the start of the second half...both assists came in the first half with the first coming on the first goal of the game off the foot of Amanda DaCosta, the eventual game-winner...credited with her third assist of the season against Troy as she found Mami Yamaguchi for a goal...notched three shots on the season including a season-high two against Florida in Gainesville...played in both the midfield and defensive positions for the Seminoles in 2007...has started 58 career games in her first three seasons at Florida State.
2006 - Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Year fourth team honors...spent eight months training with the U-20 U.S. National Team for the FIFA World Championships...missed the first three games of 2006 season while playing with the United States in Russia...started her first game after returning from Russia versus the Gators as the defense recorded the first-ever shutout by FSU in the series...14 of the 23 games Wagenfuhr played in since returning to Tallahassee resulted in FSU shutouts...part of a backline that set single-season records for shutouts (14) and GAA (0.67) in 2006...posted one point on an assist while registering eight total shots, five of which went on goal...recorded her first point of the season assisting on Selin Kuralay's game-tying goal versus Clemson in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals...started all 10 games in the ACC regular season playing every minute of every game, a span equaling 937 minutes...2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT - Started all five games in FSU's run to a second straight trip to the College Cup...notched her first point of the season as she assisted on the game-tying goal in Florida State's come-from-behind NCAA Quarterfinal win over Clemson...saved a ball from going out of bounds next to the post and served it right back in to Selin Kuralay who finished on a half-volley...it was the first point ever in the NCAA Tournament for Wagenfuhr...tallied four total shots including a season-high two in a Second Round victory over California.
2005 - Put together one of the most impressive freshman seasons of any FSU rookie in program history...Soccer Buzz Freshman First Team All-America honoree...Soccer America Freshman All-American...NSCAA Second Team all-region...Soccer Buzz Second Team all-region...one of the top freshmen in the ACC...was a nominee for ACC Freshman of the Year and ACC Defensive Player of the Year honors...named to the All-ACC Freshman Team...started every game of the 2005 season in the middle of the Seminole backline...first defender to start every game of her freshman year since fellow center back Kelly Rowland did it in 2003...the only freshman to start every game for FSU in 2005...one of only three Seminoles to record over 2200 minutes as she was third on the squad with 2226 minutes played...started every ACC game...was only off the field for five minutes in 10 ACC games as she tied the team lead with 909 minutes logged during conference play...recorded 11 shots, five shots on goal and one goal...her only goal of the season was the game-winner in Florida State's come-from-behind victory over No. 18 Wake Forest...one of just six Seminoles with a game-winner in conference play...part of a defense that allowed the fewest regular season goals in team history and set the record for shutouts in a season with 11...she and the FSU backline allowed an average of 0.86 goals per game becoming the first group in FSU history to allow less than a goal per game...Wagenfuhr and the defense allowed just five goals in 10 non-conference games...allowed just three opponents all season to score more than one goal; the previous record in that category was five...Seminoles allowed just 10 goals this season in 10 ACC games...three shutouts were the second-most clean sheets ever recorded in a season in ACC play...2005 NCAA TOURNAMENT - Started all five NCAA Tournament games...played all 470 minutes in five matches...she and the defense allowed just three goals leading up to the College Cup and recorded the fifth postseason shutout in NCAA Tournament play.
U.S. NATIONAL TEAM - Was called in to play with the U-21 National Team in the summer of 2007...member of the U.S. U-20 Women's National Team...missed the first three games of the 2006 season while competing in the FIFA U-20 World Championships in Russia...appeared in 15 games and made 12 starts for the U-20's in 2006...tallied three goals and two assists playing on the backline for the national side...started three of the team's five international matches...only two players have played more minutes in international play in 2006 than Wagenfuhr...both of her assists have come in those three internationals...scored two goals in a friendly versus a German U-21 regional team and added her third goal in a friendly versus Vanderbilt University...recorded an assist versus El Salvador in the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF qualifying tournament...notched the game-winning assist in the U.S.'s 4-1 opening win over Jamaica in the CONCACAF qualifying tournament...invited to U-17 National Team camp in 2004.
ODP - Invited to U-17 National Team camp in 2004...Region IV team in 2004 and Region IV pool in 2003...five-time Region IV camp invitee...four-time captain of the Colorado State ODP team that advanced to nationals in 2001 and played for the regional championship for three straight years (2001-2003).
CLUB - Played with Colorado Rush Nike U-18...team captain...2003-04 and 2004-05 Rush Select Women's Team (Las Vegas)...2004 U-18 PPI Champions (U18-19 Elite)...2004 and 2002 Rush Kickoff Classic Champions and 2003 finalists...2004 Surf Cup semifinalists...three-time Colorado State Cup Champions (2002-2004)...2001 Colorado State Cup finalist...named Colorado State Cup MVP (2001-02)...two-time Disney semifinalists (2003 and 2004)...Region IV finalists (2003), semifinalists (2004) and quarterfinalists (2001 and 2005)...2001 and 2002 Rush Open champions and 2003 semifinalists (U-17-U-19)...2003 Houston Shootout...2002 Raleigh Shootout Champions...2002 Real Showcase Champion (Elite U-16-18)...2002 U-18 Storm Fireball Champions...2001 Surf Cup third place finish...2001 Orange Bowl finalists...Premiere 1 League Champions (Fall 2001)...in the summer of 2006, Rush captured the U-19 National Championship as well as claimed the Far West Region IV championship...played with the Bradenton Athletics of the W-League during the summer of 2008.
HIGH SCHOOL - Listed as one of the top 100 high school recruits in America by Soccer Buzz...a three-time All-State selection...led the entire state of Colorado Class 4A in assists as a sophomore...selected first team all-metro, all-area and all-city for three straight seasons...three-time Pine Creek High School most valuable player...set the school record for single season assists and currently holds the career assist record as well...two-time team captain...participated in the all-state game as a freshman...team captain and MVP of her freshman basketball team in high school
ACADEMICS - High school GPA of 4.0...principal's honor roll as a senior and freshman (GPA 4.0+)...superintendent's honor roll for four straight years (GPA 4.0)...All-State Academic Athlete first team as a junior...two-time member of the National Honor Society...National Honor Society letter as a junior...awarded an academic letter in 9th, 10th and 11th grade...Athletic Leadership Council...National Leadership Forum nominee.
PERSONAL - Daughter of Kolin and Barb Wagenfuhr...major is social science...volunteers with special needs youth soccer programs (Rush Thunder and Mighty Kickers)...STAR soccer league coach...soccer official...peer counselor...works in the nursery at The Well, a local church, Bible Study leader, has two brothers - David is a professional soccer player with FC Dallas in the MLS and Greg is in seminary at Westminster Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas...ACC Academic Honor Roll (2007-08).