Total Games as a Player

Country Division Games Wins Losses
United States Girls (under 20) 7 7 0
United States Women's 11 8 3

Tournaments as a Player

Tournament Year Team Placing
World Championships 2000 Girls (under 20), United States 1
World Championships 2004 Women's, United States 3

List of All Games

Date Division Playing for Score Against Competition Stage Roles
2000-08-06 Girls (under 20) United States 14 - 12 Canada World Championships, Pool game, round 1 Player
2000-08-07 Girls (under 20) United States 15 - 3 Finland World Championships, Pool game, round 1 Player
2000-08-07 Girls (under 20) United States 15 - 1 Sweden World Championships, Pool game, round 1 Player
2000-08-08 Girls (under 20) United States 15 - 4 Finland World Championships, Pool game, round 2 Player
2000-08-09 Girls (under 20) United States 15 - 2 Sweden World Championships, Pool game, round 2 Player
2000-08-09 Girls (under 20) United States 14 - 10 Canada World Championships, Pool game, round 2 Player
2000-08-10 Girls (under 20) United States 17 - 14 Canada World Championships, Final Player
2004-08-01 Women's United States 15 - 12 Sweden World Championships, Pool game, pool A Player
2004-08-01 Women's United States 10 - 17 Canada World Championships, Pool game, pool A Player
2004-08-02 Women's United States 17 - 12 Great Britain World Championships, Pool game, pool A Player
2004-08-02 Women's United States 17 - 1 Ireland World Championships, Pool game, pool A Player
2004-08-03 Women's United States 17 - 1 The Netherlands World Championships, Pool game, pool A Player
2004-08-04 Women's United States 17 - 5 Latvia World Championships, Pool game, pool A Player
2004-08-04 Women's United States 10 - 16 Japan World Championships, Continuation pool, upper Player
2004-08-05 Women's United States 17 - 2 Italy World Championships, Continuation pool, upper Player
2004-08-05 Women's United States 17 - 12 Australia World Championships, Quarterfinal Player
2004-08-06 Women's United States 8 - 17 Canada World Championships, Semifinal Player
2004-08-06 Women's United States 16 - 10 Japan World Championships, Bronze medal game Player

Disclaimer: The information on this page is just an estimate of the games this person has played in. The games included on this page are all games played by a team this person belonged to. This could overstate the number of games this person has really played in. (Player nominated to a team might not play in a certain game because of coaches decision, because she/he is injured or because she/he has not yet arrived to the tournament site.)