Highlights

  • Represented the U.S. in two Olympic Winter Games (silver-2022, 2014)
  • As a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, has earned a spot on eight International Ice Hockey Federation Women's World Championship teams (2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022) and played in seven (gold-2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019; silver- 2021, 2022), as well as four Four Nations Cups (1st-2016, 2017, 2nd-2014, 3rd-2013)
  • Has represented the U.S. in various other international events, including the 2021 My Why Tour, presented by Toyota.
  • As a member of the U.S. Under-18 Women’s National Team, has played in three IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championships (gold-2011; silver-2010, 2012)
  • Won the 2015 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award as a junior forward at Boston College (HEA)
  • Played for two U.S. Under-22 Women's Select Teams at the Under-22 Series vs. Canada (2014, 2015)
  • Three-time member of the U.S. Under-18 Women's Select Team at the Under-18 Series vs. Canada (2009-11)
  • Competed at the 2019 Rivalry Series and 2019-20 Rivalry Series

International Career

2022 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

2022 Olympic Winter Games (silver)

2021 My Why Tour, presented by Toyota

2021 IIHF Women's World Championship (silver)

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)

2017 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

2017 Four Nations Cup (1st)

2016 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Scored the game-winning goal in overtime to defeat Canada and win the gold medal

2016 Four Nations Cup (1st)

2015 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Served as alternate captain

2015 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2014 Olympic Winter Games (silver)

  • Scored a team-high four goals

2014 Under-22 Series vs. Canada

2014 Four Nations Cup (2nd)

  • Served as team captain

2013 IIHF Women's World Championship (gold)

2013 Four Nations Cup (3rd) 

2012 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship (silver) 

  • Named one of the three best players on USA by the coaches
  • Named best player from USA in USA-CZE game

2011 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship (gold)

  • Led the tournament with six goals and tied for overall lead with 10 points
  • Selected as Best Forward of the tournament by the Directorate and one of the three best Team USA players by the coaches

2011 Under-18 Series vs. Canada

2010 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championship (silver)

  • Finished second overall in tournament with eight goals
  • Named USA’s Best Player in game vs. Finland

2010 Under-18 Series vs. Canada.

2009 Under-18 Series vs. Canada

Professional Career

2022-23 - Professional Women's Hockey Player's Association (PWHPA)

2020-21 - Shenzen KRS Vanke Rays (WHL)

2019-20 - Shenzen KRS Vanke Rays (CWHL)

2018-19 - Shenzen KRS Vanke Rays (CWHL)

2017-18 - Kunlun Red Star (CWHL)

2016-17 - Boston Pride (NWHL)

  • Led the league with 20 assists and finished second with 29 points
  • Was the top goal scorer in the Isobel Cup playoffs with six points and tied for the lead in goals with three
  • Played in the NWHL All-Star Game

Amateur Career

Played four seasons at Boston College (WHEA):

2015-16 (Senior)

  • Named a First Team All-American and a top-three finalist for the 2016 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award
  • Led nation in points, assists, assists per game, power play assists, power play points and faceoff wins
  • As captain, led the Eagles to only the second undefeated regular season in NCAA history
  • Set all-time Hockey East career assists record (84), is second all-time in league scoring history with 76 career goals and 160 career points put her at second all-time in league scoring history
  • Set Boston College career records in points (267), goals (128), assists (139), game-winning goals (26), power-play goals (25) and shots on goal (820)

2014-15 (Junior)

  • 2015 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award winner; first Boston College and Hockey East Association player to earn the award
  • Named Women's Hockey East Player of the Year, selected as a WHEA First Team All-Star, as well as voted a First-Team All-American
  • Earned Women's Hockey East Three Stars Award
  • Led the nation in points (78), goals (35), assists (43) and points per game (2.23), as well as faceoff percentage (.677)
  • Led Hockey East Association in points (41) and assists (21)

2012-13 (Sophomore)

  • Was named a unanimous First-Team All-Star
  • Earned the Cammi Granato/Athletic Republic Player of the Year award, CCM Hockey All-American Second Team selection
  • Led the team in all offensive categories
  • Tallied a school record 69 points (32-37) in her second season, including a league record 24-game point streak from Oct. 21-Feb. 2
  • Was one of two players (Kendall Coyne) to set the league record for conference points in a season, previously held by Sadie Wright Ward in 2005-06

2011-12 (Freshman)

  • A Patty Kazmaier nominee, First Team Hockey East All-Star, First Team New England All-Star, unanimous Hockey East All-Rookie Team selection
  • Three short-handed goals were second most in the nation
  • Ranked fifth overall and second among rookies in the Hockey East for scoring with 39 points
  • First freshman to lead Boston College in scoring since 2006

Was a four-year standout at Governors Academy under Babe Ceglarski:

  • Registered 239 goals and 188 assists (427 points) in 100 games
  • Was a four-time Governors Academy MVP.
  • Captured New England Division II Championships in four consecutive years (2008-2011)

Earned All-ISL accolades in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011: 

  •  ISL MVP honors as a junior and senior and led the softball program to ISL Championships in 2008 and 2011
  • Was a four-time softball All-League honoree


Played youth hockey:

19U - East Coast Wizards (Bedford, Mass.)

  • Competed at USA Hockey Youth Nationals

16U - New Jersey Colonials (Morristown, N.J.)

  • Finished third at USA Hockey Youth Nationals

14U - New Jersey Colonials (Morristown, N.J.)

  • Finished third at USA Hockey Youth Nationals

Also attended USA Hockey Youth Player Development Camps