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2009

Fussen, Germany | January 5-10

The U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team outscored opponents 37-2 in preliminary round, including shutouts against Russia (17-0) and Germany (11-0). Team USA steamrolled Czech Republic 18-0 in the semifinal, and defeated Canada 3-2 in a thrilling overtime effort to repeat as Under-18 Women's World Champion.

2009 Women's U18 World Championship Roster

No. Name Pos Height (CM) Weight (KG) DOB S/C Hometown Most Recent Team
1 Corinne Boyles G 5-5 (165) 123 (56) 1/3/1991 L Wheaton, Ill. Chicago Mission
2 Kate Brock D 5-4 (162) 130 (59) 10/30/1991 L Marblehead, Mass. Assabet Valley
3 Megan Bozek D 5-9 (175) 170 (77) 3/27/1991 R Buffalo Grove, Ill. Chicago Mission
4 Blake Bolden D 5-6 (168) 150 (68) 3/10/1991 R Stow, Ohio Northwood School
5 Caroline Campbell D 5-7 (170) 161 (73) 8/22/1991 R St. Louis, Mo. Chicago Mission
6 Alev Kelter D 5-7 (170) 148 (67) 3/21/1991 R Eagle River, Alaska Chugiak High School
7 Jacqueline Young D 5-7 (170) 185 (84) 1/10/1991 R Medford, Mass. Noble and Greenough School
9 Taylor Wasylk F 5-9 (175) 165 (75) 2/21/1993 L Port Huron, Mich. Little Caesars
10 Brittany Ammerman F 5-6 (168) 134 (61) 6/19/1992 L River Vale, N.J North American Hockey Academy
11 Brianna Decker F 5-4 (162) 152 (69) 5/13/1991 R Dousman, Wis. Shattuck-St. Mary's
12 Jillian Dempsey F 5-3 (160) 130 (59) 1/19/1991 L Winthrop, Mass. Assabet Valley
13 Lyndsey Fry F 5-7 (170) 165 (75) 10/30/1992 R Chandler, Ariz. Colorado Select
14 Amanda Pelkey F 5-3 (160) 119 (53) 5/29/1993 R Montpelier, Vt. Boston Shamrock
16 Jamie Kenyon F 5-5 (165) 130 (59) 9/23/1991 L Sparta, Wis. Colorado Select
18 Amanda Kessel F 5-6 (168) 130 (59) 8/28/1991 R Madison, Wis. Shattuck St. Mary's
19 Kendall Coyne F 5-1 (154) 119 (54) 5/25/1992 L Palos Heights, Ill. Chicago Mission
23 Alex Nelson F 5-9 (175) 150 (68) 1/17/1991 R Andover, Minn. Andover
24 Madison Packer F 5-9 (175) 154 (69) 6/25/1991 R Birmingham, Mich. Little Caesars U19
25 Meagan Mangene D 5-6 (168) 141 (64) 8/21/1992 R Manorville, N.Y. North American Hockey Academy
30 Alex Rigsby G 5-7 (170) 145 (65) 1/3/1992 L Delafield, Wis. Milwaukee Jr. Admirals

Team Staff

Position Name
Head Coach Mark Johnson
Assistant Coach Dawn Strout
Assistant Coach Katie King
Assistant Coach Jeff Giesen
Physiotherapist Carrie Gaydos
Team Leader Michele Amidon

2009 Women's U18 World Championship Printable Roster

U.S. Results

DATE OPPONENT RESULT/RECAP U.S. PLAYER OF THE GAME
Jan. 5 Russia W, 17-0 Amanda Kessel
Jan. 6 Germany W, 11-0 Taylor Wasylk
Jan. 7 Sweden W, 9-2 Kendall Coyne
Jan. 9 Czech Republic (Semifinal) W, 18-0 Brianna Decker
Jan. 10 Canada (Gold Medal Game) W, 3-2 OT Kendall Coyne

Tournament Awards

Directorate Award Recipients (U.S. Players)

Alev Kelter Defenseman
Amanda Kessel Forward
Alex Rigsby Goaltender

Top U.S. Players (As Selected By Coaches)

Brianna Decker Forward
Kendall Coyne Forward
Amanda Kessel Forward