Chris Wondolowski is now one of the greatest players in Major League Soccer history, but started out as lightly recruited player out of tiny Division II Chico State. Flash forward to 2014 and Wondo would become one of the highest scoring players in MLS history and also the first Native American to play for the US Soccer team at the World Cup. Through it all, “Bau Daigh” remained true to his Native roots.

We followed Wondo to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup, where his career would take a dramatic turn, and then to his tribal Kiowa homeland of Oklahoma