WOMEN'S HOCKEY - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

HEIGHT & WEIGHT: 5'6 / 147

DATE OF BIRTH:  July 3, 1989 (26)

HOMETOWN & RESIDENCE: Grand Forks, ND

POSITION & #: Defense (played Forward from 2009-2014) / #7 

# OF YEARS ON THE US NATIONAL TEAM:  Since 2008 (7) // Assistant Captain 2015-16

FAMILY:  Linda and Jean Pierre - Mom and Dad //  Brothers - Jean Phillippe, Jacques, Pierre-Paul and Mario //   Husband - Anthony Morando (married in May 2016)

OLYMPIC MEDALS:

  • Sochi 2014 (SILVER)  
  • Vancouver 2010 (SILVER)

IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEDALS:

  • 5 GOLD (2016, 2015, 2013, 2011, 2009) 
  • 1 SILVER (2012)

FOUR NATIONS CUP MEDALS:

  • 4 GOLD (2015, 2012, 2011, 2008) 
  • 2 SILVER (2014, 2010) 
  • BRONZE (2013)

US NATIONAL TEAM GAMES PLAYED: 111

PRO EXPERIENCE:

  • Minnesota Whitecaps (2015-16) independent team
  • Boston Blades (2014-15) Canadian Women's Hockey League

PRO CHAMPIONSHIP:  Clarkson Cup Championship 2015 (Boston Blades)

EDUCATION: University of North Dakota, B.A. Exercise Science 2012 and M.A. Kinesiology (August 2015)

EQUIPMENT USED IN COMPETITION:  CCM

SOCIAL MEDIA:  Twitter and Instagram - MoniqueLam7 / Facebook Pages - Lamoureux Twins

ENDORSEMENTS: CCM Hockey

CHARITABLE GIVING:  

  • Lamoureux Hockey donates camp positions to multiple charitable events each year //
  • Monique and Jocelyne made a $5,000 CCM Hockey product donation to the Ed Snider Hockey Foundation in Philadelphia in February 2016 during the "Hockey is for Everyone" weekend.

USOC TEAM OF THE YEAR / MONTH HONORS:  

  • April 2016 - U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Team (team of month)
  • April 2015 - U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Team (team of month)

OLYMPIC NOTES:  USA record for assists in a game with 4 at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.  She was the only player in at the medal round game to have a hat trick in 2010.  At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, she had 3 goals in 5 games.

IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP NOTES:

  • 2016 - Media All Star Team (Defense)  
  • 2015 - Media All Star Team (Defense)
  • 2012 - Media All Star Team (Forward)

AWARDS:

  • 2016 - Bob Allen USA Hockey Women's Player of the Year
  • 2015 - Best Defenseman, Four Nations Cup
  • Three-Time All American 2012-13 (First Team) at North Dakota, 2011-12 (Second Team) at North Dakota, 2008-09 (Second Team) at Minnesota

NATIONAL SERVICE:  

  • Special Olympics Massachusetts in the lead up to the 2014 Winter Olympics

NOTES:

  • Commentated at the 2015 IIHF U-18 Women's World Championship for USAHockey.com