|High School:||Budapesti Kolping Katolikus|
Suited up and started in all 27 matches for the Orange and Black. Accounted for 46 goals and 43 assists throughout the course of the year- the most recorded by the Nagykanizsa, Hungary native since her freshman year when she earned GCC Newcomer of the Year. Shot a career-best .460 percent from the field for the season. Went 13 straight matches with a recorded goal. Earned GCC Player of the Week following a team-high seven goals and five assists during UOP's three-match slate at the Stanford Invite. Eclipsed the 150 career-goal and 135 career-assist mark in her final match against the Cardinal (May 10th). Finished her senior year with Golden Coast Conference All-First Team and GCC All-Tournament Team honors.
Played in all 26 matches for the Orange and Black recording 30 goals and 25 assists for a total of 55 points. Scored a goal in 18 of those matches with nine multi-goal performances. Registered two hat tricks, three goals in the Tigers' home match against UCLA (March 11) and four goals against Cal Baptist (March 24). Shot .361 from the field and had a streak of seven matches with a scored goal (Feb. 24-March 24). Tallied one goal and two assists in the opening match of the GCC Tournament versus Concordia (Apr. 27). Her two goals, two assists, and one steal helped her win GCC All-Tournament Team honors.
A Golden Coast Conference All-Academic selection, Szmodics scored 22 goals with 13 assists in 30 games for the Tigers. She scored in 17 of 30 games with five multi-goal games. Tallied two goals and an assist against Pomona-Pitzer (Jan. 21), and scored two goals against No. 7 Hawai'i (Feb. 24). Added two goals in wins over No. 13 UC Davis (March 4) and No. 18 Hartwick (March 5). Posted a pair of goals against No. 21 Loyola Marymount (March 31). Recorded two goals and two assists in three GCC tournament games, including a goal in the championship game against No. 14 San Diego State (April 30).
Viktoria Szmodics was named Golden Coast Conference Newcomer of the Year and earned First Team All-Golden Coast Conference honors. Scored 53 goals in 33 games with 54 assists and 30 steals. Scored in 25 of 33 games with 17 multi-goal games. Posted a career-best five goals against No. 24 CSU Bakersfield (Feb. 21). Scored four goals against No. 1 Stanford (Jan. 16) and added four more against No. 24 Marist (Jan. 30), No. 13 UC San Diego (Feb. 28). Tallied hat tricks against No. 17 Hartwick (Jan. 31) and No. 7 Michigan (Jan. 31). Recorded 30 steals and drew eight exclusions on the offensive end. Handed out an assist in 23 of 33 games and registered at least one point in 31 of 33 contests including the final 14 of the season. Scored or had the assist on 107 of the Tigers’ 306 goals on the year (35 percent). Handed out five assists in a game twice, against No. 18 Loyola Marymount (Apr. 1) and No. 23 Cal Baptist in the GCC Semifinals (Apr. 30).
Attended Budapesti Kolping Katolikus for high school. Her youth team won the 2012 National Championship. Earned the Good Student, Good Athlete award in 2014. A member of the Hungarian National Youth team, which finished fifth at the European Championships in 2013.
Born in Nagykanizsa, Hungary and raised by Erdos Castle and Szabo Adrienn. International Relations major.