2013: Wilkerson came out in her junior season with a strong start and a strong performance before sustaining a late-season injury that kept her out of the final four games. Mostly playing defense, Wilkerson’s one goal on the season was in the Drovers’ first win of the season against McPherson College.
2012: As a sophomore, Wilkerson started in every game of the season. As one of the key defenders, Wilkerson also scored three goals and had four assists on the year. Two of her goals came in back-to-back September games against Northwood University and Bethany College. Her other goal of the season was against conference foe Mid-America Christian. She earned the Bill and Pat Smith Scholar-Athlete Scholarship, which is awarded to just one male and one female athlete at USAO each year.
2011: Wilkerson came out and started in every game for the Drovers as a true freshman. Her lone goal was the team’s first in the third game of the season, taking on Oklahoma Wesleyan. The Drovers ended up winning the game 2-1 in overtime. Wilkerson also had assists against Texas College and Saint Gregory’s.
High School: Wilkerson played for Yukon High School and her honors include: All-State, All-District two years and All-Conference two years.
Interesting Fact: Earned her black belt in karate
Advice to Freshmen: Invest in a water purifier