Significant Achievements

  • As a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, has represented the U.S. at two Olympic Winter Games (gold-2018, silver-2014), played in six International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championships (gold-2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017; silver-2012), nine Four Nations Cups (1st-2008, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017; 2nd-2010, 2014, 3rd-2013) and one IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Tournament Series (2011)
  • Additionally, played in two IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championships (gold-2008, 2009), two Under-22 Series vs. Canada (2010, 2012) and two Under-18 Series vs. Canada (2007, 2008)

Olympic Winter Games

Represented the U.S. in the 2018 PyeonChang Olympic Winter Games earning a gold medal and the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, earning a silver medal 

  • 2018 - PyeonChang, South Korea (gold)
    • Led team in assists for the tournament with three in five games
    • Alternate captain
  • 2014 - Sochi, Russia (silver)
    • Recorded two goals and four assists in five games

World Championship

Played in six International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championships, helping the U.S. bring home five world titles (gold-2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017; silver-2012)

  • 2017 - Plymouth, Michigan (gold)
    • Tied for tournament-high with 12 points (3-9). Named the tournament's Most Valuable Player and Top Forward along with one of the Top Three U.S. Players at the Tournament
  • 2016 - Kamloops, B.C. (gold)
    • Had two goals and four assists in five games
  • 2015 - Malmo, Sweden (gold)
    • Served as alternate captain and wore the "C" for one game when Meghan Duggan was out sick
    • Named to the media all-star team, was voted one of Team USA’s top-three players of the tournament, and was the Player of the Game in the semifinal and gold medal games; second overall in tournament scoring (5-6—11), tied for overall assist lead and top plus/minus ranking at plus-8
  • 2013 - Ottawa, Ontario (gold)
    • Named to the media all-star team, was voted one of Team USA’s top-three players of the tournament, and was the Player of the Game against Switzerland; tied for the tournament lead with six goals, while totaling eight points to tie for second overall
  • 2012 - Burlington, Vermont (silver)
    • Led the tournament in plus/minus rating (+13); tied for third on the team in points (10)
  • 2011 - Zurich and Winterthur, Switzerland (gold)
    • Voted as one of the top 3 players on the team

Four Nations Cup

Played in nine Four Nations Cups, helping the U.S. to six first-place finishes (1st-2008, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017; 2nd-2010, 2014, 3rd-2013) 

  • 2017 - Wesley Chapel & Tampa, Florida (1st)
  • 2016 - Vierumaki, Finland (1st)
    • Led Team USA with seven points (1-6)
    • Netted three points (1-2), including the tournament-winning goal in the championship game vs. Canada
    • Named U.S. Player of the Game in the preliminary-round matchup against Canada.
  • 2015 - Sundsvall, Sweden (1st)
  • 2014 - Kamloops, British Columbia (2nd)
  • 2013 - Lake Placid, New York (3rd)
  • 2012 - Vantaa, Finland (1st)
    • Was second both overall and on Team USA with five goals, and tied for third overall and on team with five points
    • Named U.S. Player of the Game in 15-1 win over Finland on Nov. 9
  • 2011 - Nykoping, Sweden (1st)
    • Named Best Defenseman of the tournament by the directorate
 at IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Series
  • 2010 - St. Johns, Newfoundland (2nd)
  • 2008 - Lake Placid, New York (1st)

Other International Events

Has represented the U.S. in various other international events, including The Under-18 Women's World Championship, The Time Is Now Tour, presented by Toyota (2017), and two Under-22 Series vs. Canada (2010, 2012) and two Under-18 Series vs. Canada (2007, 2008)

IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship

2009 - Fussen, Germany (gold)

  • Recorded eight goals and an assist in five games

2008 - Calgary, Alberta (gold)

  • Had 7 points in 5 games

Under-18 Series vs. Canada

  • 2008 - Lake Placid, N.Y. 
    •  Led the team with six points (4-2) in three games
  • 2007 - Ottawa, Ontario
    • Led the team with three goals in three games