THIS IS THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
WITH JASON ROMANO, FEATURING KRISTIN WODRICH
Kristin Wodrich is a Division II women’s basketball head coach for the University of Indianapolis. After earning her first head coaching position in the spring of 2016, Wodrich guided the Greyhounds to a seven-win improvement in 2016-17, winning 17 games and ending the season with an appearance in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament semifinals.
Wodrich and the Greyhounds had one of their best seasons yet in 2019-20, recording a 19-10 overall record and earning the No. 6 seed in the GLVC Tournament. The record marked the highest win total during Wodrich’s tenure, and included a 12-8 mark within the conference. UIndy went 11-11 last season.
As a player at the University of Maryland Baltimore County from 2004-2008, Wodrich was a four-year letter winner and helped guide the team to the 2007 America East championship and a spot in the Division I NCAA Tournament. She was named to the America East All-Conference third team as a senior in 2008 after averaging 11.4 points per game. She graduated in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies, with a focus in broadcast communications and exercise physiology.
Today on the podcast, we talk to Coach Wodrich about coaching basketball, being a mommy and living for Christ.
Jesus was busy but never rushed. I pray that through any storm I can find the calmness and Peace that Jesus portrayed during that storm on the boat. Having the Faith that God is bigger than any obstacle and can stop any storm.
— Coach Kristin Wodrich (@Kristin_Wodrich) December 29, 2021