Coe's Woodruff honored by IGHSAU
Maddison Woodruff became one of 327 players in the history of Iowa softball to earn 100 wins.
Softball - Thu, Jul. 21, 2011
FORT DODGE, Iowa - Coe College softball player Maddison Woodruff (Emmetsburg, Iowa/Emmetsburg) will be one of eight players honored by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Thursday night for earning 100 wins during her playing career. Woodruff was 106-34 in her high school career.
Woodruff is one of 327 players in the state of Iowa to have achieved 100 career wins during their high school playing days. Woodruff is the fourth player to earn the honor before coming to Coe to play for Head Coach Bob Timmons.
During her playing career with the E-Hawks, Woodruff was a four-time All-Lakes Conference selection. During her freshman year, she earned Honorable Mention All-State honors. She was selected as a First Team All-State honoree her sophomore, junior and senior years, while also earning Elite All-State honors her final two years at Emmetsburg.
As a freshman for the Kohawks, Woodruff went 11-7 with a 3.14 ERA. She has 12 complete games, with five of those being shutouts. She struck out 116 batters in 124.2 innings in the circle.