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| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
140 lb (64 kg)
|NCAA Div I Team||Lindenwood Lady Lions|
|Born|| March 31, 1991,|
|Pro Career||2009 – present|
Erica Wynn (born March 31, 1991) in Anchorage, Alaska. Wynn is an ice hockey player for the Lindenwood Lady Lions. Wynn plays center. In addition, she represented the United States in Women's ice hockey at the 2011 Winter Universiade.
She participated with Team Alaska from 2008-09 under coaches Evan Corbin and Carrie Lindow and from 2007-08 under coach Steve Belde. From 2005 to 2009, she attended South Anchorage (Alaska) High School. Wynn led her team in points all four seasons and participated on Team Alaska as an assistant captain. Wynn also was one of three who led her competitive Team Alaska teams growing up every season with highest points. Wynn also was a member of her age group national camp.  Wynn joined the Lindenwood Lady Lions in 2009. During her freshman campaign, she registered 25 points in 45 as Lindenwood captured the American Collegiate Hockey Association Women’s Division I national championships. In addition, she posted two game-winning goals, a pair of hat tricks and an overall rating of +31.
The following season, Wynn’s best game was when scored four goals and collected three assists versus Western Michigan. Wynn would earn a third place finish with the team at the national championships. The 2011–12 Lindenwood Lady Lions women's ice hockey season marked the first season that Lindenwood competed in NCAA Division I and Wynn was part of the roster. Wynn was moved back to defense and played as one of the top defenders for the season. For the season 2012-2013 Wynn was moved back to center.
At the 2011 Winter Universiade, in video Wynn was a right winger on the second line and scored two goals in less than a minute in a contest against host nation Turkey.
Awards and honorsEdit
- 2009-10 National Championship team
All Conference High School player
High School Leader in Points each season
National Select Team Member
- 2011 Team USA (World University Games