Highlights

  • Represented the U.S. at two Olympic Winter Games (gold-2018, silver-2014)
  • As a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, has earned a spot on nine International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championship teams (2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021) and played in eight (gold-2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019); silver-2012, 2021), as well as 10 Four Nations Cups (1st-2008, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018; 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)
  • Has represented the U.S. in various other international events, including the 2019-20 Rivalry Series, 2019 Rivalry Series, and The Time Is Now Tour, presented by Toyota (2017)
  • Two-time winner of the Bob Allen Women's Player of the Year Award (2015, 2017)
  • Two-time CWHL Clarkson Cup winner (2015, 2019)
  • Helped the Boston Pride win the 2016 Isobel Cup in the inaugural season of the NWHL
  • Two-time NWHL Most Valuable Player (2016, 2017)
  • Winner of the 2012 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award
  • Helped the University of Wisconsin to a Division I national championships in 2011 

International Career

2021 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

  • Named one of Team USA's three best players of the tournament

2020 IIHF Women's World Championship

  • Tournament was canceled by the IIHF due to the global pandemic

 2019-20 Rivalry Series

2019 Rivalry Series 

2019 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

2018 Olympic Winter Games (gold)

  • Led team in assists for the tournament with three in five games
  • Alternate captain

2018 Four Nations Cup (1st)

  • Tied with two other players to lead the team in points scored with six total points (3-3)
  • Named U.S. player of the game in its first preliminary round game against Finland

2017 The Time Is Now Tour, presented by Toyota

2017 IIHF Women's World Championship (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

2017 Four Nations Cup (1st)

2016 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Had two goals and four assists in five games

2016 Four Nations Cup (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 IIHF Women's World Championship (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

2015 Four Nations Cup (1st)

2014 Olympic Winter Games (silver)

  • Recorded two goals and four assists in five games

2014 Four Nations Cup (2nd)

2013 IIHF Women's World Championship (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

2013 Four Nations Cup (3rd)

2012 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

  • Led the tournament in plus/minus rating (+13); tied for third on the team in points (10)

2012 Four Nations Cup (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

2012 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2011 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Voted as one of the top 3 players on the team

2011 Four Nations Cup (1st)

2011 IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Tournament Series 

2010 Four Nations Cup (2nd)

2010 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2009 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Recorded eight goals and an assist in five games

2008 Four Nations Cup (1st) 

2008 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Had 7 points in 5 games

2008 Under-18 Series vs. Canada

  •  Led the team with six points (4-2) in three games

2007 Under-18 Series vs. Canada

  • Led the team with three goals in three games

Professional Career

2020-21 - Professional Women's Hockey Player's Association (PWHPA)

2019-20 - Professional Women's Hockey Player's Association (PWHPA)

  • Played in the Dream Gap Tour 

2018-19 - Calgary Inferno (CWHL)

  • Scored 12 goals and collected 14 assists in 23 contests for the Inferno
  • Scored three goals in four games in the playoffs

2016-17 - Boston Pride (NWHL)

  • Named NWHL Most Valuable Player
  • Led the league in scoring with 14 goals and 31 points in 17 games
  • Played in the NWHL All-Star Game

2015-16 - Boston Pride (NWHL)

  • Helped the Boston Pride win the 2016 Isobel Cup in the inaugural season of the NWHL
  • Named NWHL Most Valuable Player
  • Played in the NWHL All-Star Game

2014-15 - Boston Blades (CWHL)

  • Recorded 16 goals and 16 assists for 32 points in 12 games

Amateur Career

Played four seasons at the University of Wisconsin (WCHA):

2012-13 (Senior)

  • Completed her senior season at the University of Wisconsin of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association
  • Named Second Team All-American, First Team All-WCHA, Wisconsin’s Offensive Player of the Year for second consecutive season
  • Led team with 29 goals and 26 assists, ending her career as the second-leading point scorer at Wisconsin
  • Tied for 10th in the nation with 55 points

2011-12 (Junior)

  • Selected as the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award winner, WCHA Player of the Year, All-WCHA First Team selection, Wisconsin’s Offensive Player of the Year
  • Ranked first nationally with 37 goals

2010-11 (Sophomore)

  • Ranked third on the team and fourth in the nation with 80 points (34-46) in 41 games, while helping lead Wisconsin to the national title
  • Set a Wisconsin single-season record with 11 game-winning goals
  • Named to the All-WCHA First Team and selected as the MVP of the WCHA Final Face-Off
  • WCHA All-Academic Team selection

2009-10 (Freshman)

  • All-WCHA Rookie Team selection and three-time WCHA Rookie of the Week winner
  • WCHA Preseason Rookie of the Year and Wisconsin’s Rookie of the Year
  • Ranked third on the team with 27 points (15-12) in 27 games despite missing several games early in the season

Played four years at Shattuck-St. Mary’s (Faribault, Minn.):

2008-09 (Senior)

  • Won the national championship

2007-08 (Junior)

2006-07 (Sophomore)

  • Won the national championship

2005-06 (Freshman)

  • Won the national championship

Played youth hockey:

19U - Shattuck-St. Mary's (Faribault, Minn.)

  • 2006, 2007, 2009 national champions

14U - Shattuck-St. Mary's (Faribault, Minn.)

12U - Madison Capitals (Madison, Wis.)

10U - Waukesha Warhawks (Waukesha, Wis.)

Also attend USA Hockey Player Development Camps at the 14U and 15/16U levels.