Lacey Woolf played in nine games for NU in 2000. She scored four points on two goals.
Woolf was a four-year starter for Urbandale High School. She earned all-tournament honors while leading Urbandale to a fourth-place finish at the state tournament. Urbandale finished with a 21-4 record. Woolf produced 199 points on 85 goals and 29 assists, including 32 goals as a senior for Coach Al Hoffman in 2000. She owns school records for career points and goals scored, season goals and goals in a game with five against Des Moines North in 1998. She was a three-time first-team All-Central Iowa Metropolitan League pick.
Along with earning four letters in soccer, Woolf earned two letters in basketball and four in track and field. She was a three-time state qualifier as a hurdler. An honor roll student, Woolf was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and a reporter for the school newspaper.
Along with her high school soccer experience, Woolf competed for the Iowa United Under-18 club team coached by Al Driscoll. She led the United to a State Cup title in 1998. She also played on the West Des Moines Under-15 team. She has been a member of the Olympic Development Program Region II team for the past five years and played on the ODP state team with fellow Husker recruit Lindsey Greenwood in 1995. Woolf also played club and ODP soccer with current Husker goalkeeper Leah Lamale.
The daughter of Doug and Alice Woolf, Lacey has a sister, Elissa, 20, and a brother, Sawyer, 10. Woolf was born Aug. 3, 1981, in Des Moines.