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Brianne McLaughlin

USA HOCKEY: Member of the U.S. Women’s 2014 Silver Medal winning hockey team.


  • Played four years at Robert Morris University of College Hockey America … Set an NCAA record with 3,809 career saves.
  • As a Senior (2008-09): Second in the conference with a .909 save percentage … Named to the All-CHA First Team … Made 50+ saves on four occasions.
  • As a Junior (2007-08): Earned All-CHA First Team honors … Led the conference with a .913 save percentage and ranked third with a 2.82 goals-against average.
  • As a Sophomore (2006-07): All-CHA Second Team selection.
  • As a Freshman (2005-06): Named to the All-CHA Second Team and the All-CHA Rookie Team … Recorded 40+ saves in nine games.


  • Graduated from Elyria (Ohio) Catholic High School in 2005
  • Started 15 games for the Ohio Flames
  • Tied for second in the conference with a record of 8-4-1
  • Boasted the third highest save percentage with .944
  • Had a goals-against average of 1.47
  • Also played softball, basketball, volleyball and ran track
  • Named MVP of the track team from 2002-05
  • Has a brother, Michael
  • Daughter of Brian and Susan McLaughlin