#28 Mandi Wilson

28 | D | R-Sr. | 5-8 | 5-8 | Germantown, Md. | Good Counsel HS/Villanova | Maryland United ECNL

As a Senior (2019)
Made an appearance in eight matches, logging 107 minutes … Dished out an assist in Arkansas’ 7-0 win over Lamar on Sept. 5 … Played a season-high 35 minutes against LU … Got off three shots during the season playing primarily in the midfield.

As a Junior at Villanova (2018)
Did not appear in a match for the Wildcats … Named to Big East Honor Roll … Earned B.S. in Accounting with a minor in Psychology

As a Sophomore at Villanova (2017)
Appeared in 16 games while making 10 starts … Totaled 976 minutes on the pitch … Dished out two assists for two points … Took two shots and placed one on goal for a .500 shot on goal percentage … Appeared and started in eight conference contests … Totaled 638 minutes in conference play … Dished out an assist at Marquette (Sept. 28) and at Seton Hall (Oct. 5) … Named to Big East Honor Roll.

As a Freshman at Villanova (2016)
Appeared in all 18 games and made 16 starts on defense during her freshman season … Totaled 1,509 minutes on the pitch … Scored one goal at Saint Joseph’s (Sept. 9) … Took six shots and placed two on goal for a .333 shot on goal percentage … Part of the Villanova defense unit that contributed a shut-out victory over Seton Hall (Oct. 28) … Appeared in all nine conference contests and started in eight … Totaled 751 minutes against league opponents … Took two shots against conference teams … Named to Big East Honor Roll.

Member of the MD Rush Coyotes from 2009-17… Won seven Maryland State Cups (2011-2017), two National League titles (2013, 2016), and qualified for five USYS Nationals (2012-14, 2016-17)… 2012 USYS National Champions, 2017 National runners-up… Scored National League title-clinching goal in final game of both 2013 and 2016 seasons…Member of the Maryland State ODP team and Region I ODP team from 2011-13… 2013-2014 US ODP National Camp invitee.

High School
Earned four varsity letters under head coach Jim Bruno where she was a three-time WCAC All-Conference selection… First team all-state honoree…Earned 2014 and 2015 Washington Post All-Met laurels… Helped her team to four WCAC championships from 2012-15… Was the 2015 Good Counsel Coaches Award winner and a team captain… Anchored a back line that set a school record for fewest goals allowed in program history (5) in 2015…Notched 11 career goals as a center back… Member of the National Honor Society … Named NSCAA Scholar All-American and AP Scholar with Honors

Parents are Brian and Debbie Wilson … Has one brother, Scott, and one sister, Ashley.