|Hometown:||Grand Forks, N.D.|
|Major:||Grad. School (Kinesiology)|
2011-12 (Junior): Patty Kazmaier Award top-10 finalist ... Named All-AWHCA second team defenseman (All-American) ... WCHA Scholar-Athlete ... All-WCHA Academic Team ... One-time WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 26) and one-time WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 26) ... All-USCHO second team defenseman ... Was sixth in the nation in points (71) and sixth in the nation in points per game (1.92) ... Tied for 16th in the nation in goals (26) and tied for 18th in the nation in goals per game (0.71) ... Third in the nation in assists (45) and third in the nation in assists per game (1.22) ... Tied for seventh in the nation in power-play goals (10) ... Tied for fifth in the nation in shorthanded goals (three) ... Tied for second in the nation in game-winning goals (seven) ... Led the nation in points by a defenseman ... Was third in the WCHA in points (53), tied for 10th in goals (17), second in assists (36), third in power-play points (19), tied for fourth in game-winning goals (four) and led all defensemen in scoring (17-36-53) ... Collected four hat tricks and tallied four unassisted goals ... Had 18 multi-point games ... Her points, goals and assists is second best single-season in program history ... Had a 4-goal game, three 4-assists games and one 8-point game (program record) ... Had a 14-game scoring streak from Oct. 1 to Nov. 25 where she averaged 2.36 points per game (13-20-33) ... Was second on the team with a +37 plus/minus ... Led the team with 206 shots on goal (.126 shooting percentage) ... Collected her 200th career point in only 110 games ... Averaging 5.57 shots per game, 0.70 goals per game, 1.22 assists per game and 1.92 points per game ... Earned her second letter ... Helped the United States to a silver medal at the IIHF World Championship (Top Division) where she was named one of her team's top-3 players as selected by the coaches ... Was the top division's leading scorer with nine points ... Ranked sixth in goal scoring (four), ninth in assists (five) and 11th in plus/minus (+7) in five games.
2010-11 (Sophomore): Patty Kazmaier Award nominee ... All-Western Collegiate Hockey Association second team ... WCHA Scholar Athlete ... Named WCHA co-Defensive Player of the Week (2/9/11) after tallying two goals and four assists in a series sweep over Ohio State ... Named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (1/19/11) after tallying two goals and three assists in series sweep over Bemidji State ... Named WCHA co-Offensive Player of the Week (1/12/11) after tallying six points, including a hat trick, in weekend series against Vermont ... Helped the United States to a gold medal at the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship (Top Division) ... Named the tournament's best forward, selected by the Directorate ... Finished sixth in scoring (2-5-7) despite only playing in three of five games ... Named UND's co-Most Valuable Player ... Played in 33 games ... Led the team in assists ... Tallied 54 points from 22 goals and 32 assists ... Ranked ninth in the nation in points per game, 17th in goals per game and eighth in assists per game ... Scored seven power-play goals, four game-winning goals, two overtime goals (including the game-winner in the third and decisive game against Bemidji State in the playoffs) and six unassisted goals ... Had one hat trick and 18 multi-point games ... Tied the program record with +5 plus/minus game against Bemidji State (1/16/11) ... Was +11 on the season ... Recorded 30 penalties for 60 minutes ... Had a team-high 205 shots on goal ... Averaged 6.21 shots per game, 0.67 goals per game, 0.97 assists per game and 1.64 points per game ... Earned her first letter ... Helped the United States to a gold medal at the 2011 IIHF World Championship (Top Division) ... Ranked sixth in scoring with seven points, 19th in goals (two), fifth in assists (five) and 30th in plus/minus (+3) in five games.
2009-10: Redshirted to compete with the 2010 U.S. women's Olympic hockey team ... Earned a silver medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics... Winter Olympics ... Along with her sister, Jocelyne, became first and second UND women's hockey players to earn an Olympic medal ... Along with her sister, Jocelyne, were second and third-youngest players on the team ... Played in all five games for Team USA, averaging 15:42 minutes per game ... Scored four goals (tied for second on the team) and six assists (tied for third on the team) for 10 points (tied for seventh on the team) ... Was a +7 (tied for seventh on the team) ... Had 22 shots on goal (Most on the team, 18% shooting percentage) ... Had a 4-point game against China (2/14/10) with four assists ... Tallied a hat trick, including the game-winning goal, against Sweden (2/22/10) ... Scored first Olympic goal against Russia (2/16/10) ... Scored at least one point in four of five games (Averaged two points per game) ... Competed in the Under-22 USA/Canada Hockey series (8/18-21/10) ... Compiled three goals and 10 penalty minutes in three games ... Along with her sister, Monique, threw out first pitch at Minnesota Twins game (7/31/10) ... Got to ride in a F16 with US Air Force as part of their hometown heroes program (5/20/10).
Before UND: Played for the University of Minnesota ... Patty Kazmaier Award top-10 finalist ... Second-team All-American ... First-team All-WCHA and WCHA All-Rookie Team honoree ... Scored 39 goals and 36 assists for 75 points ... WCHA scoring champion with 61 points in conference play ... Led every scoring category with in conference play with 61 points, 30 goals and 31 assists ... Ranked fifth in the nation in points per game (1.88), fourth in goals per game (0.97) and 11th in assists per game (0.93) ... Had five power-play, five short-handed and eight game-winning goals ... Had a +55 plus/minus ... Two-time WCHA Offensive Player of the Week and four-time WCHA Rookie of the Week (conference high) ... Scored in 34 of 40 games ... Had 21 multiple-point games ... Recorded a career-high six points against Minnesota State on Nov. 22 ... Netted her first career hat trick in an 11-1 win over Bemdiji State and tied career-high six points ... Was on the gold-medal winning U.S. Hockey Team at the IIHF World Championship ... Was on the 2008 United States Under-22 Team ... Along with her sister, Jocelyne, were the youngest members of the U.S. Four Nation's Cup Team in 2006 ... Played at Shattuck-St. Mary's and won three U-19 national championships ... Scored 498 points in her career at SSM ... Went 217-12-6 at SSM ... Was named Best All-Around Athlete at SSM senior year ... Played both forward and defense at SSM ... Named first-team all-star for the Midwest Elite Hockey League and a member of the state runner-up Grand Forks Wheat Kings Bantam A boys' team in 2003-04 ... Also was a all-state and all-conference honoree in soccer and cross-country.
Personal: Received her bachelor's degree in physical education, exercise science and wellness ... Pursuing her master's degree in kinesiology ... Daughter of Jean-Pierre and Linda Lamoureux ... Twin sister of Sioux forward Jocelyne Lamoureux ... Sister to former Sioux Jean-Philippe and current Sioux Mario ... Brother, Jacques, played for Air Force Academy, while brother Pierre-Paul is an assistant video coordinator with UND men's hockey team ... Father, Jean-Pierre, was a goalie at UND and helped the Sioux to two national championships ... Mother, Linda, was a swimmer at UND.
Played for Minnesota in 2008-09.