|Position:||Student Volunteer Coach|
|Club:||Danish National Team|
2013-14 (Junior): Named to the All-WCHA Third Team and earned WCHA All-Academic honors … Skated in all 36 games … Led UND in goals (14), assists (19) and points (33) … Led UND's forwards with a +18 plus/minus rating … Recorded a career-high 141 shots on goal … Tied for eighth in the nation with five game-winning goals … scored game-winners against Lindenwood (Oct. 4), and two against both Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 12 & Feb. 8) and St. Cloud State (Oct. 26 & Jan. 18) … Recorded seven multi-point games … Led the nation's forwards with 87 blocked shots ... Earned her third letter.
2012-13 (Sophomore): All-WCHA Third Team selection … Fourth on the team in scoring with 16 goals and 26 assists … Recorded back-to-back hat tricks against Minnesota State (Feb. 1-2) … In the Feb. 2 game against MSU, recorded a career-high six points from three goals and three assists … Tallied 11 multipoint games … Had a five-game scoring streak where she totaled seven goals and five assists (Jan. 19-Feb. 2) … Skated with Denmark at the 2013 IIHF Div. I Women's World Championship … Finished the tournament fifth in scoring with three goals and three assists … Earned her second letter.
2011-12 (Freshman): All-Western Collegiate Hockey Association Rookie Team ... Two-time WCHA Rookie of the Week (Feb. 1 and Feb. 22) ... Played in all 37 games and ranked ninth in the nation and second in the WCHA among rookies with 34 points from 13 goals and 21 assists ... Second best rookie season in program history behind Michelle Karvinen ... Scored three power-play, two unassisted and two game-winning goals ... Had 97 shots on goal and was a +21 plus/minus rating including a +5 game ... Was second on the team in face-offs (306 of 591) ... Had eight penalties for 16 minutes and averaged 2.62 shots per game, 0.35 goals per game, 0.59 assists per game and 0.95 points per game ... Earned her first letter ... Led Denmark to a gold medal in the IIHF World Championship (Division I, Group B) ... Selected as Denmark's best player ... Second in the tournament in scoring with 13 points ... Tied for first in goals (seven) ... Tallied three power-play goals, one shorthanded goal and 47 shots in five games.
Before UND: A 2011 graduate of Huddingegymnasiet High School ... Played in three International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championships (Division II in 2008-09 and 2011) with Denmark ... Named 2011 World Championship (Division II) Best Forward selected by the Directorate and best player of her team selected by the coaches ... Finished second in the tournament in scoring with seven points in four games ... Had six goals (tied for first) and one assist ... Had four goals in 2009 and six goals and seven assists for 13 points in 2008 ... Has played the last three seasons for the Segeltorps IF in the Swedish Top League ... Last season led the Segaltorps to a championship, winning the scoring title and goal-scoring title with 2.15 points per game (33-25-58) ... In 2009-10, was fifth in scoring and third in goals (24-19-43) ... In 2008-09, was fifth in scoring and fifth in goals (14-13-27).
Personal: Major is kinesiology ... Daughter of Lars Jakobsen and Gitte Jakobsen.