|High School:||North Central HS|
|Previous College:||Spokane Falls CC|
NORTHRIDGE - 2011
Chelsea Wordell qualified for the Big West Championships in the hammer throw in her first season as a Matador ... threw a best of 156-8 (47.76) at the conference meet to finish eighth giving CSUN one additional point in team scoring ... had the Matadors' top hammer mark of the season, 163-0 (49.69) at the Northridge Invitational ... had a season-best of 133-4 (40.63) in the discus at Pomona-Pitzer and 36-0.25 (10.98) in the shot put at the Aztec Invitational ... finished 11th in the weight throw at the MPSF Indoor Championships with a season-best mark of 48-10.25 (14.89) ... also had an indoor-best of 34-5.50 (10.50) in the shot put.
SPOKANE FALLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Wordell competed for two seasons at Spokane Falls Community College in Spokane, Wash. ... was an NWAACC track & field All-American in the hammer in 2009 ... also threw the discus and shot for the Sasquatch and coach Ryan Weidman ... earned her Associate of Arts degree in 2010.
NORTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
Competed in track & field and soccer at North Central High School in Spokane, Wash. ... competed in the discus and shot put for the Indians track & field team and was a goalkeeper for the soccer team ... graduated in 2007 with a 3.2 grade point average.
Born June 23, 1989 in Seattle, Wash. ... parents are Lori and Doug Wordell ... has three brothers, Spencer, Andrew and D.J. ... both parents attended Washington State ... favorites include the Seattle Seahawks, actors Heath Ledger and Mandy Moore, the TV show "House" and the movie "The Little Mermaid" ... favorite website is YouTube ... chose Cal State Northridge "for the Deaf Studies program and the track & field team" ... lists her best sports moment as "throwing 171 feet in the hammer" ... says the best thing about being an athlete is "meeting new people" and the toughest is "finding a balance between academics and athletics" ... says C.S. Lewis is the one person in history she would like to meet ... major is Deaf Studies.