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Jocelyne Lamoureux
Player Profile:
Jocelyne Lamoureux 670014
Position: Forward
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Grand Forks, N.D.
High School: Minnesota
Major: Grad. School (Kinesiology)

2011-12 (Junior): Capital One Academic All-America Division I Women's At-Large Second Team (first Academic All-American in program history and 75th in the history of UND Athletics) ... Female College Athlete of the Year as named by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportswriters and Sportsbroadcasters Association (NDAPSSA) ... Patty Kazmaier top-3 finalist ... Named All-AWHCA first team forward (All-American) ... WCHA Scholar-Athlete ... All-WCHA Academic Team ... Two-time WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 9 and Jan. 25) ... WCHA scoring champion ... All-WCHA first team forward ... Named WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year and WCHA All-First Team ... All-USCHO first team forward ... Tied for first in the nation in points (82) and led the nation in points per game (2.22) ... Second in  the nation in goals (34) ... Led the nation in assists (48) ... Fourth in the nation in goals per game (0.92) ... Led the nation in assists per game (1.30) ... Tied for fifth in the nation in power-play goals (11) ... Led the team with a +40 plus/minus rating ... Led the WCHA in points (64), goals (27), assists (37), power-play points (25) and power-play goals (10) ... Had 24 multi-point games ... Tallied two hat tricks ... Had three 5-point games ... Had a 17-game scoring streak from Oct. 1-Dec. 3 where she averaged 2.59 points per game (16-28-44) ... Was second on the team with 195 shots on goal (.174 shooting percentage) ... Broke the school record for goals, assists and points in a season ... Collected her 200th career point in only 105 games ... Named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week two times ... Won 59.6 percent of faceoffs (489 of 821) ... Averaged 5.27 shots per game, 0.92 goals per game, 1.30 assists per game and 2.22 points per game ... Earned her second letter ... Helped the United States to a silver medal at the 2012 IIHF World Championship (Top Division) ... Tied for sixth in scoring with nine points ... Ranked sixth in goal scoring (four), ninth in assists (five) and 11th in plus/minus rating (+7) in five games.

2010-11 (Sophomore): Patty Kazmaier Award nominee ... All-Western Collegiate Hockey Association second team ... WCHA Scholar-Athlete ... Named WCHA co-Offensive Player of the Week (10/27/10) after tallying six points, including a hat trick, in two games against Minnesota State ... Helped the United States to a gold medal in the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship (Top Division) ... Named best player of the game for the U.S. against Russia ... Finished 11th in scoring (3-3-6) in five games played ... Named UND's co-Most Valuable Player ... Played In 33 games ... Led the team in points and goals ... Tallied 57 points from 28 goals and 29 assists ... Ranked seventh in the nation in points per game, eighth in goals per game and 12th in assists per game ... Had a team-high +18 plus/minus rating ... Scored six power-play goals, one short-handed goal, three game-winning goals and three unassisted goals ... Had two hat tricks and 16 multi-point games ... Had three season-high 4-point games ... Scored a highlight reel, breakaway goal against Minnesota (2/18/11) that has had over 18,000 views on  ... Recorded 46 penalties for 100 minutes ... Led the team with 968 faceoff attempts, winning 57.0 percent ... Averaged 5.97 shots per game, 0.85 goals per game, 0.88 assists per game and 1.73 points per game ... Earned her first letter ... Helped the United States to a gold medal at the 2011 IIHF World Championship (Top Division) ... Tied for 11th in points (six), eighth in goals (three), 11th in assists (three) and ninth in plus/minus (+7).

2009-10: Redshirted to compete with the 2010 U.S. women's Olympic hockey team ... Earned a silver medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics ... Along with her sister, Monique, became first and second UND women's hockey players to earn an Olympic medal ... Along with her sister, Monique, were second and third-youngest players on the team ... Played in all five games for Team USA, averaging 12:15 minutes per game ... Scored two goals and four assists for six points (tied for seventh on the team) ... Was a +10 (third on the team) ... Had 10 shots on goal (20 percent shooting percentage) ... Scored a highlight reel, between-the-legs goal against China that made ESPN's top-10 plays (2/14/10) ... Was also her first Olympic goal ... Had 2-point games against Russia (2/16/10), with one goal and one assist, and Sweden (2/22/10), with two assists ... Scored at least one point in four of five games (averaged 1.2 points per game)  ... Competed in the Under-22 USA/Canada Hockey series (8/18-21/10) ... Compiled three assists and eight penalty minutes in three games ... Along with her sister, Monique, threw out first pitch at Minnesota Twins game (7/31/10).

Before UND: Played for the University of Minnesota ... First-team All-WCHA and WCHA All-Rookie team honoree ... Scored 28 goals and 37 assists for 65 points ... Ranked 11th in the nation in points per game (1.62), ninth in assists per game (0.93) and 15th overall in goals per game (0.70) ... Patty Kazmaier Award nominee ... Had 20 multiple-point games ... Scored eight power-play goals, eight game-winning goals and one hat trick ... Led the Gophers with a plus/minus of +58 ... Won 461 of 861faceoffs (.565) ... Started her freshman season on an 8-game scoring streak (11 points) ... Had three goals and three assist in a game versus Bemidji State on Jan. 17 ... Named to the WCHA All-Tournament Team at the WCHA Final Faceoff ... Two-time WCHA Rookie of the Week and 2-time WCHA Player of the Week ... Was on the gold-medal winning USA Hockey Team at the IIHF World Championship ... Was on the 2008 United States Under-22 Team ... Along with her sister Monique, 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 495 points in her career at SSM ... Went 217-12-6 at Shattuck-St. Mary's ... Was named Best All-Around Athlete at SSM senior year ... 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 Monique 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.


2008-09 40 28 37 65 46/92 8 1 8 +59
2010-11 33 28 29 57 46/100 6 1 3 +18
2011-12 37 34 48 82 29/69 11 2 1 +40
Totals 114 90 114 204 121/261 25 4 12 +117

Played for Minnesota in 2008-09.

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