|Hometown:||Fort Wayne, Ind.|
2015-16 (Junior): Earned WCHA All-Academic honors … Skated in all 35 games for UND … Totaled nine points on the season from four goals and five assists … Tallied a two-point outing against Minnesota State on Oct. 10 … Assisted on two game-winning goals and scored the game-winner in overtime against Minnesota Duluth on Jan. 16 … Finished the season with 70 shots on net from the blue line … Earned an invitation to the 2016 Women’s National Festival and played with the U.S. U-22 team in the three-game series against Canada.
2014-15 (Sophomore): Earned WCHA All-Academic Team honors ... Totaled 17 points from the blue line, recording eight goals and nine assists ... Scored one power-play goal and two game-winners ... Her +19 plus/minus rating was tied for the highest on the team ... Recorded a three-game point streak, tallying three goals and one assist between Dec. 13-Jan.11 ... Earned an invite to USA Hockey’s 2015 Women’s National Team August Festival ... Played with the U.S. Under-22 team in the three-game series against Canada … Earned her second letter.
2013-14 (Freshman): Named to the All-WCHA Rookie Team … Played in all 36 games … Led UND's freshmen with 22 points off of nine goals and 13 assists … Scored her first collegiate goal in her first game, Oct. 4 against Lindenwood … Scored the game-winner against Bemidji State on Feb. 28 … Tallied six points on the power play … Was seventh among the nation’s freshmen with a +19 plus/minus rating … Named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week on Dec. 18, for her three-point effort against Minnesota State ... Earned her first letter.
Before UND: Competed for the U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team claiming silver at the 2013 U18 Women's World Championship … Competed with the U.S. U18 team for three years (2010-2013) … Also invited to the USA Hockey Women's National Festival in 2011 as one of the top U18 players in the country …Helped lead her U15 team to USA Hockey national championship in 2010.
Personal: Majoring in political science … Daughter of Olen Hirschy and Dawn Cummings.