The main reason that I got involved with ICE is because I am passionate about sports as a tool for personal development and social change. Sports teach us lessons about teamwork and personal responsibility that are integral to success as a member of a larger community. As someone who has been a student athlete for most of her life, the balance between sport and education has been vital to my own development and success. I am passionate about sharing the opportunity to be a student-athlete with the next generation, regardless of who you are or where you come from.

 

– 2010 Olympic Silver Medalist
– 2006 Olympic Bronze Medalist
– 3x IIHF Women’s World Champion (2008, 2009 & 2011)
– IIHF Women’s World Championship Silver Medalist (2007)
– Overcame Post Concussion Syndrome which led to Caitlin missing the 2012 IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship
– At the 2009, IIHF Women’s World Championship (Gold Medal Game), Caitlin scored the fastest goal in Women’s World Championship history at :21 seconds. This mark still stands today
– In the history of the IIHF Women’s World Ice Hockey Championship, Caitlin is one of six women who have made the All Tournament team as a defenseman in the history of the event dating back to 1990 (O’Leary, Ruggiero, Chu, Marvin, Lamoureux M)
– Caitlin won a Regional, State and National Championship in 1998-99 with the Southern Connecticut Stars girls team