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2012 (Junior): First team All-Big Ten ... appeared in 12 games, starting all but one ... missed 10 matches (four with Canada at U-20 Women's World Cup and six with a broken leg) ... tallied a pair of assists, including one on Tiffany Cameron's game-winner, in 3-0 win against Duquesne ... added an assist in 4-1 win at Iowa ... played the full game in eight matches ... Academic All-Big Ten and an OSU Scholar-Athlete.
2011 (Sophomore): Started 22 matches in the midfield ... assisted on two goals vs. Radford ... scored a goal against Wright State on a penalty kick ... scored OSU's lone goal in the Big Ten opener at Minnesota from 23 yards out ... left the Wisconsin match with an ankle injury ... missed the Purdue contest ... returned to the lineup for Iowa ... assisted on Cameron's second goal in the NCAA tournament win at Tennessee ... assisted on Maxwell's goal in NCAA second-round win over Milwaukee ... second team All-Big Ten and All-Great Lakes Region ... Academic All-Big Ten and an OSU Scholar-Athlete.
2010 (Freshman): Played in 24 contests, starting 21 ... named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team ... scored two goals and added a pair of assists from her central midfield spot ... tallied first career assist in 2-0 win over Cleveland State ... assisted on Paige Maxwell's game-winner at Iowa ... scored first career goal vs. No. 13 Illinois ... scored the Buckeyes' second goal in 3-2 victory at No. 8 Virginia ... named an OSU Scholar-Athlete.
Canadian U-20 National Team: Wu comes to Ohio State with extensive club and national team experience in Canada ... captained Alberta provincial team in Canada Summer Games and was selected to the all-star team during those games ... won a bronze medal with Canada at the 2008 CONCACAF Women's Under-17 Championship ... named Canadian U-17 player of the year in 2007 and 2008.
Personal: Danica is the daughter of Joe and Donna Wu ... has one sibling, Jordan ... would like to work toward her Master's degree and play for the Canadian National team after graduation.