North Texas Soccer's Large Alumni Group Has Created Something Bigger Than Its 13 Championships
Recorded a second consecutive 1,000-minute season.
Was one of just 12 NT players to see action in at least 21 games.
Assisted on Rachel Holden's goal against Charlotte with a cross into the box.
Earned five starts on the year, which brought her career total to 30.
Key cog on the defense that posted a shutout streak of 422:62 (9/1/13 - 9/22/13) - the 2nd longest in NT history.
Helped the NT defense post an overall shutout percentage of .364, which ranked 107th nationally.
Posted 4 assists on the season, which tied for the 2nd most by any NT player in 2012.
Earned 10 starts on the back line, and played in all 23 games.
Racked up 1,125 minutes in helping NT rank 63rd in the country with a 0.92 goals against average.
Took just seven shots, but four were on goal (.571 percent on goal).
Assisted on the game-winning goal against MTSU on Oct. 18 and at Louisiana-Lafayette on Sept. 21.
Started the first 13 games of the season at right back before missing the rest of the season due to injury.
Scored her first career goal from 40 yards out against Oral Roberts on Aug. 21.
Played a season-high 74 minutes against the Golden Eagles.
North Texas led the Sun Belt in goals allowed at the time of her injury at Oct. 2.
Took four corner kicks and three shots on the season.
Played in all 21 games, and made two starts.
Assisted on a goal vs. Prairie View A&M on Aug. 27.
Took nine corner kicks over the course of the season.
Won three letters for coach Chris Stricker at Coppell High School.
Won the UIL 5A state title as a junior in 2009.
Holds eight years of experience on the club level.
Played for Inter 92 Blue, FC Texas 92 and FC Dallas 92 from 2002 through 2007.
A member of Solar 92 from 2007 to 2010.
Attended the Olympic Development Program's Region III camp in 2008.
Also earned three letters in track and field.
Born February 19, 1992 in Dallas, Texas.
Daughter of Karl and Nancy Guderian.
Has one younger brother, Chad, and one younger sister, Madeline.
8/21/2011 Oral Roberts (10')