Alex Boehm earned her sixth-career shutout with four saves
Alisha Bass leads Cowgirls in season opener win with two goals
Cowgirls close spring having won three of last four matches
Wyoming Records Fourth Shutout of Season
Wyoming Records Season-High 19 Shots
Sophomore (2014): Started all 21 matches… had three points on the season… had one assist in each match against Montana, Boise State and South Dakota… took six shots with four on goal… was a key defender and contributor for the seven shutouts during the season… had two shots against Utah State and San Diego State, one against Montana and Northern Colorado… earned her second letter with the Cowgirls.
Freshman (2013): One of three Cowgirls and only freshman to start and play in every match on the season...fourth on the team in minutes played with 1,866, which is seventh best all-time for a single season... scored her first career goal at Colorado State... took six shots on the season with three on goal...had two shots against Montana, one against Weber State, Colorado State, San Jose State and Nevada...earned Academic All-Mountain West honors.
High School: As a defender, Dunda helped Eureka to its most successful run in school history which included state, conference and district championships ... helped lead Eureka HS to its first women's soccer state title in 2013, only the third time in Missouri state history a public school has won ... named All-Metro First Team for her defensive efforts ... played for St. Louis Scott Gallagher of the Elite Clubs National League and was selected to ECNL's Player Development Program ... also a former member of the Missouri Olympic Development team ... a member of the National Honor Society, she also volunteered for the Special Needs Soccer Association and served with the Missouri Emergency Response Service, a large animal rescue service.
Personal: Born September 14 in St. Louis. She is the daughter of Mike and Mindy Dunda and has one older brother, Kyle. She plans to major in nursing at UW.