Ms Lamoureux-Morando is a 3-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Women's Ice Hockey having competed at Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2014 and at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea..
During her international career representing Team USA, she has won an Olympic Gold medal in PyeongChang, 2 Olympic Silver medals at the 2014 and 2010 Winter Games, 6 IIHF Women's World Championship Golds and 2 IIHF Women's World Championship Silver medals. Additionally, she has 6 Golds from the Four Nations Cup along with 4 Silvers and a Bronze medal.
Monique is a graduate of the University of North Dakota with bachelor and masters degrees in Kinesiology.
Growing up in the Lamoureux family, hockey is the family business in a sense starting with her father and then with her 4 brothers and her twin sister Jocelyne all reaching college and professional levels. Monique and Jocelyne have represented the United States for over a decade between the U-22 and Women's National Team.
Off the ice, Monique and Jocelyne have jobs with EXOS Human Performance where they are in the gym from 5 am onward 5 days a week and then continue on with their training as well as the past few years work on a volunteer basis with the now defunct NCAA Women's Hockey program at their alma mater.
Monique has also shown an interest in working in television and the past few seasons has had the opportunity to begin that journey with color commentary on UND hockey games.
Monique and Jocelyne have also given back via their hockey partnership with CCM Hockey and the past 2 years have made over $10,000 of donations to Snider Hockey in the greater Philadelphia area. Snider Hockey created by former Flyers founder and owner Ed Snider has made a difference in helping inner-city youth to play the sport, assist with their school work and provide their kids get to college. The ladies tie to Philadelphia has to do with the head coach who was previously at the University of North Dakota, Dave Hakstol.
Monique is married to Anthony Morando. Anthony and Monique have worked together as trainers with EXOS in North Dakota, but her husband just took a new position as the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of Minnesota-Duluth for the 2017-18 year.
Monique as a member of the U.S. WNT has been centralized in Tampa Bay, Florida from September 2017 through the Winter Olympics.
She has partnerships with CCM Hockey, Insureon and Comcast Corporation / Xfinity.