USA Hockey

•   Three-time Olympian (silver-2002, 2010; bronze-2006)

•   As a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, has played in nine International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championships (gold-2005, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013; silver-2001, 2004, 2007, 2012), 12 Four Nations Cups (1st-2003, 2008, 2011, 2012; 2nd-2000, 2004-07, 2009-10, 3rd-2013) and one IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Tournament Series (2011)

•   Member of the U.S. Women’s National Team in 2000-01, 2001-02 (Visa Skate to Salt Lake Tour), 2005-06 (Hilton Family Skate to 2006 Tour) and 2009-10 (Qwest Tour); and the U.S. Women’s Select Team in 2008-09

•   Four-time member of the U.S. Women’s National Under-22 Team for the Under-22 Series (1999-00, 2002-03)

•   Fourteen-time USA Hockey Women’s National Festival participant (1998-2005, 2007-12)

•   IIHF High Performance Women’s Camp participant in Bratislava, Slovakia (2011)

IIHF Women’s World Championship

•   2013: Served as team captain

•   2012: Captained the team and was third overall amongst all players in the tournament in faceoff percentage (64.56%)

•   2011: Tied for third on Team USA with seven points (1-6) and was named U.S. Player of the Game in a 13-1 victory over Russia (April 18) after scoring a goal and adding three assists

•   2009: Led the tournament with 10 points (5-5) in five games and was named one of Team USA’s top three players

•   2008: Named to the media all-star team while playing both forward and defense

•   2003: Named to the team, but the event was canceled

Four Nations Cup

•   2012: Served as team captain

•   2011: Alternate Captain

Under-22 Series

•   2003: Captained the team


•   Recently completed her third season with the Montreal Stars of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League in 2012-13

•   Helped the Montreal Stars capture back-to-back CWHL championships in 2011-12 and 2010-11

•   Helped the Minnesota Whitecaps to the Western Women’s Hockey League championship and was named the top role model at the WWHL championship in 2008-09

•   Played part-time for the Whitecaps in 2007-08


•   Finished her four-year career as Harvard University’s all-time assists leader (196) and the NCAA leader with 284 points in 129 games

•   Three-time All-American (First Team-2007; Second Team-2003, 2005)

•   Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award winner in 2007 and top-10 finalist in 2005

2006-07 (Senior)

•   Led the team with 66 points (18-48) in 30 games

•   Unanimous All-ECACH First Team selection

•   Earned All-Ivy League First Team and Ivy League Co-Player of the Year honors

2004-05 (Junior)

•   Ranked seventh nationally after averaging 2.19 points per game during the regular season

2003-04 (Sophomore)

•   All-ECACH Second Team and All-Ivy League selection

•   Second on the team and sixth in the nation with 56 points (15-41) in 32 games

•   Second in the nation in assists per game (1.28)

•   ECACH All-Academic selection

2002-03 (Freshman)

•   ECACH and Ivy League Rookie of the Year

•   All-ECACH First Team and All-Ivy League selection

•   Named to the NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team

•   Second in the nation and first among rookies with 93 points (42-51) and 2.74 points per game

•   Second nationally in goals per game (1.24) and first with 11 power-play goals


•   Graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall (Conn.) in 2001, where she served as an alternate captain of the hockey team as a sophomore and co-captain as a junior

•   Led Choate to the 1999 New England Prep School Athletic Council Championship and earned tournament MVP honors

•   Tallied 213 points (101-112) in her 71-game prep career (1997-2000)


•   Currently serving as an assistant coach for the Union College women’s ice hockey team

•   Inducted into the Connecticut Hockey Hall of Fame (2012)

•   Featured in ESPN The Magazine: The Body Issue 2011

•   Served as an assistant coach for the University of Minnesota Duluth women’s ice hockey team in 2007-08 and helped guide the Bulldogs to the 2008 NCAA national championship

•   Named USA Hockey’s Bob Allen Women’s Player of the Year in 2007

•   Graduated from Harvard in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology

•   Relinquished her position of student body president as a senior at Harvard to train with the U.S. Women’s National Team

•   Three-sport varsity athlete as a freshman (hockey, soccer, softball) at Choate Rosemary Hall

•   Won four USA Hockey Girls’ National Championships in five years as a member of the Connecticut Polar Bears (1995-97, 1999)

•   Has a brother, Richard, and a sister, Christina

•   Daughter of Wah and Miriam Chu