- U.S. National Team: MNT
- Position: Forward
- Date Of Birth: Jan. 28, 1983
- Height: 6-0
- Weight: 165
- Hometown: Danville, Calif.
- Club: San Jose Earthquakes
After a stellar year in which he led MLS in scoring, Chris Wondolowsi joins the U.S. National Team for the first time in the 2011 January camp. A versatile attacking player who can feature up top or out wide, the California native enjoyed a break out year for the San Jose Earthquakes and is looking to test his skills at the international level.
- Called up to the full U.S. National Team in January 2011, his first appearance in a U.S. camp at any level.
- Captured the MLS Golden Boot and was named to the MLS Best XI in 2010.
Named to the CCAA first team for four consecutive seasons at Chico State … Scored five goals and registered two assists … In 2003, he was named second team Division II All-America … Helped Chico State to CCAA Championship with a 19-4-1 record … Led Chico to NCAA Division II championship game … Played 23 games, registering 11 goals and eight assists … In 2002, Wondolowski played 19 games, tallying 12 goals and seven assists … In 2001 he led his team with 10 goals and six assists in 19 games.
Married Lindsay prior to the 2009 season … Father, John Wondolowski, is San Ramon Valley High School assistant soccer coach … Younger brother, Stephen, was a reserve on the Dynamo’s MLS Cup championship team in 2007 and was also a teammate in 2008 … … He is half Native American and is a member of the Kiowa Tribe. His tribal name is Bau Daigh (pronounced Bowe Dye), which means “Warrior coming over the hill."