2010-11: Posted a 78-16 record on the year ... Her 78 wins were good for second-most amongst the men and women's squads ... Went 15-8 in the NCAA Championships en route to a sixth place finish and All-American honors - the fourth time in her college career she achieved All-America status ... Joined Evgeniya Kirpicheva and Anna Limbach as the only members of the women's squad to win 10 or more bouts in five different competitions ... Went a perfect 18-0 at the Brandeis Invitational ... Helped lead the women's saber team to a fourth place finish and placed 19th in the individual event at the 2010 World Fencing Championships in Paris, France.
2009-10: Posted a 83-18 record on the year ... Her 83 wins were a team-best amongst the women's squad ... Went 18-6 at the NCAA Championships en route to winning a bronze medal and earning All-America honors ... Was the only member of the women's team to win 10 or more bouts at five different events ... Went 7-2 to finish tied for third at the NAC (Div. 1) in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... Won the NCAA Northeast Regional with a 10-1 record ... Helped lead the U.S. women's saber squad to a sixth place finish at the 2009 World Fencing Championships in Antalya, Turkey.
2008-09: Won 20 of 21 bouts at the NCAA Northeast Regional, earning 54 points and finishing second at the event... earned a bronze medal at the NCAA Championships.
2007-08: Took the year off to train for the 2008 Beijing Olympics as an alternate for the United States women's sabre team.
2006-07: Finished fifth in the 2007 NCAA Championships earning All-America honors with 16 victories ... finished No. 2 in the region to qualify for the 2007 NCAA Championships ... tallied 12 wins for the women's sabre team in the New York University Invitational ... posted a perfect record at the Brandeis Invitational ... won the women's junior sabre world cup in Frascati, Italy securing the No. 1 spot worldwide in her age group.
Before St. John's: Earned a gold medal at the 2006 Summer Nationals in Atlanta, Ga. ... took 13th place at the World Cup in Budapest, Hungary ... was a member of the junior team that took gold at the World Championships ... competed at the junior level of the World Championships in 2006 and finished seventh overall ... brought home a silver from the 2005 World Cup in Dourdan, France ... was the bronze medalist at the 2005 World Cup team event in Budapest, Hungary ... earned a silver medal at the 2005 Summer Nationals in Sacramento, Calif., in the Division I category and took fifth place at the junior level ... was a member of the United States National Team in 2005 and 2006.
Personal: Born in Wroclaw, Poland ... daughter of Irena and Gregory Wozniak ... has a sister, Zuzanna ... speaks Polish fluently ... was a member of the National Honor Society at Colonia ... has volunteered with senior citizens, taken part in annual blood drives and helped raise money for Cystic Fibrosis ... major is undecided.