|High School:||St. Mark's (Mass.)|
• A Veteran Leader the Holy Cross Leadership Academy.
• Played in all 27 games
• Ranked third on the team and tied for seventh in the NEHC with 27 points, including 12 goals and 15 assists
• Her 12 goals were fourth best on the team
• Her 15 assists were the third most on the team
• Her three power play goals were tied for third on the team
• Tallied a team-high five three-point games in wins over Sacred Heart (10/30), Wesleyan (11/29), St. Michael’s (1/30; 2/27) and University of New England (2/5), in addition to one two-point game in a 4-3 win over Manhattanville (1/2)
• Notched first career hatrick in a win over St. Miachael’s (1/30)
• Named Crusader of the week (2/1)
• Named NEHC Open Tournament MVP
• Played in all 28 games
• Recorded 31 points on 14 goals and 17 assists
• Her 31 points and 17 assists led the team
• Her five power-play goals tied for first on the team
• Her 14 goals were second most on the team
• Recorded two three-point games in a 5-4 win over Sacred Heart (10/31) and again in a 4-1 win over Franklin Pierce (3/1)
• Named ECAC East Rookie of the Week on three occasions (11/4, 11/24, 1/6)
• Named to the All-ECAC East Rookie team.
Before Holy Cross:
• Played for head coach Kirsti Anderson at St. Mark’s School in Southborough, Mass.
• Named an Independent School League All-Star by the Boston Globe as a senior
• Earned 2012 honorable mention All-Independent School League honors
• Previously played at Leavitt Area High School in Turner, Maine, where she was named the 2010 Lewiston Sun Journal girls' ice hockey Player of the Year as a freshman
• Also lettered in soccer and lacrosse
• Led her Assabet Valley club team to 2008 (12 and under) and 2012 (16 and under) USA Hockey girls’ youth national championships
• During the 2008 nationals, tallied a team-high 10 points in six games, including the game-winning goal in the eight-overtime championship game.
• Daugher of Marc Violette and Marie Levesque
• Has two brothers (Cody and Connor)
• Brother, Cody, played ice hockey at the University of New England
• Majoring in Economics