- U.S. National Team: WNT
- Position: Midfielder
- Date Of Birth: March 29, 1985
- Height: 5-5
- Hometown: El Cajon, Calif.
- Club: St. Louis Athletica
Played in five matches in 2008 with one start, and got her first-ever full National Team goal in 4-1 victory over Finland at the Four Nations Tournament in China … Earned first cap with the full WNT in 2005, playing against Iceland on July 24 at The Home Depot Center … Was on the roster for the 2006 Four Nations Tournament in China, but did not play … Youth National Teams: Has played with the U-16 GNT, U-17 WNT, U-19 WNT and U-21 WNT … A member of the U.S. U-21 team at the 2006 Nordic Cup … One of the stars of the U.S. team that finished third in the 2004 FIFA U-19 World Championship in Thailand, she scored three goals during the tournament and won the Silver Ball as the second most valuable player in the tournament and the Bronze Boot as the third leading scorer … Started all five games at the CONCACAF Qualifying tournament, scoring four goals including a hat trick in the semifinal win over Mexico that sent the USA to Thailand … Ended her U-19 international career with 12 goals in 26 games … Was also a member of the U.S. team that won the 2002 U-19 FIFA World Championship in Canada … She played in the World Championship Final, a 1-0 U.S. victory over Canada.
Taken #13 overall in the 2009 WPS General Draft by St. Louis Athletica for the inaugural WPS season … Youth club teams included the San Diego Surf Club (5 years), Pegasus (2 years), and Crusaders Spirit (5 years).
A three-time All-America selection and an All-West Coast Conference performer all four years, Woznuk helped the Pilots to the 2005 NCAA Championship, two NCAA quarterfinals appearances and a third-round showing in her four seasons for the Pilots … She led the Pilots to a 76-11-7 overall record during a career that saw her finish in sixth place on the school’s all-time assists list (34) and 13th in all-time scoring (72 points) … As a senior in 2007, she was a Soccer America Second Team MVP and an NSCAA Third Team All-America … She was also voted All-WCC First-Team and was named the WCC Player of the Year … Finished second on the team in scoring with a career-high nine goals and seven assists, leading the Pilots to the NCAA quarterfinals … As a junior in 2006, she was an All-WCC First Team selection and led her team and the WCC with 13 assists while scoring two goals … As a junior in 2005, she was a Third-Team NSCAA All-American and was named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team ... She was All-WCC First-Team while scoring five goals and adding nine assists ... Scored the game-winner and added two assists in the 4-0 national championship win … In 2004, she redshirted while competing in the 2004 FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championships in Thailand … As a freshman in 2003, she was All-WCC Second Team, scoring three goals with five assists … Attended University of San Diego High School … Helped her team to three consecutive CIF state titles … Won four Western League championships … Was the Western League Player of the Year in 2000 … Named second-team All-County in 2000 … Named to All-CIF First Team in 2000 … All-San Diego Section First Team … First Team Western League and CIF for three consecutive years … Parade Magazine All-American as a junior and senior … The California Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior … San Diego Union-Tribune Player of the Year as senior.
Full name is Angela Beth Woznuk … Nicknames are Woz or Wozzy or Wozilla … Majored in Life Science … Wants to be an ultrasound / MRI technician … Made the UP honor roll … Is the youngest of four children … Favorite women’s soccer player is Julie Foudy … Brother, Joe, played for UCLA men’s soccer team for two years … Mom has 12 siblings, giving her 74 first cousins … She is getting married in August of 2009 … Likes to eat breakfast food at night … Was a waitress at the Thirsty Lion in Portland, Ore. (She only dropped one glass of ice tea on a customer) … Enjoys playing the guitar … Looks forward to becoming a mom one day.