|High School:||Pursuit of Excellence|
|Major:||Honors, Biology & Pre-Health|
2015-16 (Junior): Named to the All-WCHA Third Team … Earned both WCHA Scholar-Athlete and WCHA All-Academic honors … Skated in 33 games … Led the UND defense in scoring with a career-high 17 points (5g, 12a) … Scored two goals in the first game of the season (Oct. 2 at RPI) … Had a career-best three-point outing against Minnesota State on Jan. 30, scoring two goals and tallying one assist … Recorded a four-game point streak from Feb. 19-27 … Skated in her second Four Nations Cup with Team Canada, recording one assist during the preliminary round … Played in her second IIHF Women’s World Championship with Canada … Scored two goals and recorded a +2 plus/minus rating as Team Canada claimed silver … Played with the Canadian Development Team in the three-game series vs the U.S. U-22 team.
2014-15 (Sophomore): Earned All-WCHA Third Team honors ... Named a WCHA Scholar Athlete and earned WCHA All-Academic Team honors ... Scored two goals and recorded 11 assists for 13 points on the season ... Tallied two assists against St. Cloud State on Nov. 29 ... Six of her 11 points (1g, 5a) came on the power play ... Finished the season with a +11 plus/minus rating ... Recorded her first international point with the Canadian Women’s National Team with an assist at the 2014 Four Nations Cup ... Participated with Team Canada at the 2015 IIHF Women’s World Championship, where she recorded one assist and finished with a +3 plus/minus rating ... Played with the Canadian Development team in the three-game series against the U.S. … Earned her second letter.
2013-14 (Freshman): Skated in all 36 games … Recorded 10 points on two goals and eight assists … Scored her first collegiate goal on Oct. 18 against Ohio State … Tied for 18th nationally among defensemen with 82 shots on goal … Tied for 22nd nationally among freshmen with a +12 plus/minus rating … Tallied seven of her 10 points on the power play including both of her goals … Assisted on the game-winning goals against Lindenwood (Oct. 4), Ohio State (Oct. 18), Bemidji State (Nov. 2) and in the 3-2 win over No. 1 ranked Minnesota (Nov. 17) ... Earned her first letter.
Before UND: Competed for the Canada Women's National Under-18 Team for three years (2010-2013) … Helped lead Canada to a gold medal at the both the 2013 and 2012 IIHF U18 World Women's Championships … Played prep hockey for the Pursuit of Excellence and played for Manitoba in the National Women's Under-18 Championship where she was named the top defenseman and most valuable player.
Personal: Majoring in honors, biology and pre-health … Daughter of Jim and Kelly Krzyzaniak.