•   Silver medalist at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C.

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

•   Member of the 2009-10 U.S. Women’s National team (Qwest Tour)

•   Member of the U.S. Women’s Under-22 Select Team for the 2006 Under-22 Series

•   Seven-time USA Hockey Women’s National Festival participant (2006-12)

•   Four-time USA Hockey Player Development Camp attendee (2000-03)

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

IIHF Women’s World Championship

•   2013: Named USA’s Player of the Game in opening game vs. Canada; selected one of Team USA’s three best players by the coaches; tied for the tournament lead with two shutouts and placed third with a 1.22 goals-against average

•   2009: Garnered a spot on the media all-star team

Four Nations Cup

•   2012: Shutout Canada in the title game on Nov. 10 and only allowed one goal in two games

•   2011: Stopped 35 shots in a 4-3 shootout win over Canada in title game on Nov. 13

•   2008: Made 32 saves and stopped all six shots she faced in the shootout to help team to 3-2 win over Canada in title game


•   Finished her four-year career at the University of Wisconsin of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association with an NCAA Division I record 39 shutouts, a .941 save percentage and 91 total wins

•   Played in four consecutive national title games and led the Badgers to three NCAA Division I national championships (2006-07, 2009)

•   Two-time All-America First Team selection (2008, 2009)

Senior (2008-09)

•   Captured the 2009 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award

•   Led the Badgers to the NCAA title

•   Set an NCAA record with 14 shutouts, including blanking Mercyhurst College, 5-0, in the national championship game on March 22, 2009

•   All-WCHA First Team honoree

•   Named MVP of the WCHA Final Face-Off and Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA tournament

•   Named Wisconsin’s Female Athlete of the Year

•   WCHA All-Academic Team selection

Junior (2007-08)

•   All-WCHA First Team honoree

•   WCHA goaltending champion

•   Second in the nation with 10 shutouts

•   Led the Badgers to the NCAA title game

•   WCHA All-Academic Team selection

Sophomore (2006-07)

•   Led the Badgers to their second straight NCAA championship, allowing just one goal in two games at the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four

•   Earned a spot on the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four All-Tournament Team

•   Owned a national-best 0.83 GAA and 10 shutouts

•   Was in net for all 127 minutes of Wisconsin’s NCAA regional quadruple-overtime 1-0 win over Harvard University on March 10 that sent the Badgers to the Frozen Four

•   Earned All-WCHA First Team honors

•   WCHA All-Academic Team selection

Freshman (2005-06)

•   Was the first freshman and first goalie ever to be named the NCAA Division I Women’s Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player

•   Became first goalie to record a shutout in the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four (had two)

•   Was in net for the NCAA regional double-overtime 2-1 win over Mercyhurst College on March 18 that earned the Badgers a Frozen Four berth

•   Set single-season school records for GAA (0.78) and save percentage (.962)

•   Ended the year with a 200:43 shutout streak


•   Graduated from Monona Grove (Wis.) High School in 2004

•   Named the Monona varsity team’s most valuable player her sophomore through senior seasons

•   Earned honorable mention all-state honors and was a finalist for Miss Hockey Wisconsin in her senior year


•   Currently serves as the director of hockey for Athletic Republic, a national training network, and coaches the Madison Capitols U19 girls’ team

•   Named the 2009 Sportswoman of the Year by the Women’s Sports Foundation

•   Graduated from Wisconsin in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology

•   Named USA Hockey’s Bob Allen Women’s Player of the Year award in 2009

•   Led Team Wisconsin to the Chicago Showcase championship in 2002 and 2004

•   Also competed in soccer for Monona Grove High School

—   Helped her team to three state championships