Wayne State College

Katie Goetzinger Voth

Inducted: 2021

Katie Goetzinger holds all but one single season and career pitching record at Wayne State College. The Harlan, Iowa graduate led Wayne State to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances (2009, 2010, 2011) and the 2010 NSIC Tournament title during her four years. She earned All-NSIC First Team honors all four years and was the NSIC Pitcher of the Year as a junior and senior. Goetzinger was First Team All-Central Region as a sophomore, junior and senior and was Louisville Slugger/NFCA Third Team All-American as a junior and senior while also earning Academic All-American honors as a junior (2nd Team) and a senior (1st Team). Goetzinger was a part of six no-hitters during her career at Wayne State (WSC has nine total no-hitters) with two perfect games, three individual no-hitters and three combined no-hitters. In 2010, Goetzinger was 32-10 with 1.11 ERA, recording 358 strikeouts (2nd-most in NCAA Division II). Named NSIC Pitcher of the Year, she helped WSC win NSIC Tournament and Central Regional Tournament titles while advancing to Wayne State’s first and only Super Regional in school history. As a senior in 2011, Goetzinger was 30-10 with 1.31 ERA throwing 256.2 innings with 316 strikeouts and just 24 walks and 12 shutouts with 24 complete games. In the NCAA Tournament, she threw all 18 innings (302 pitches) in a 1-0 win over Winona State at the Mankato Regional, the 4th longest game in NCAA D2 Tournament history. She also had the game-winning single in the game to score the game’s only run. Goetzinger’s career stat highlights include 116 wins, 1,163 strikeouts, 40 shutouts, 96 complete games and 11 saves. She was inducted into the WSC Athletic Hall of Fame on April 30, 2022.