Brianna Decker '09

While at SSM, Brianna Decker '09 won three National Championships as a member of the Girls Prep team. She scored 126 points during her senior season and helped the Sabres to a National Championship. In 2009, Brianna enjoyed a career best 80 goals, topping her Junior total of 79.

After graduation, she joined the University of Wisconsin women's hockey team and went on to have a record setting career for the Badgers. While in Madison, Brianna played a huge part in the Badger's 2011 NCAA Championship, scoring the game winning goal in goal in the semi-final game and picking up three points during the Frozen Four. A three time All-American, Brianna won the Patty Kazmaier award in 2012 becoming the first SSM alum to take home the prize for the nation's top hockey player. At Wisconsin, Brianna ranks first in career plus/minus and is second in points, goals, shots, as well as game winning goals. Brianna represented team USA in 2010 in the Sochi Olympic Games helping the US to a Silver Medal. She tallied two goals and four assists in five games in Russia.  

Brianna Decker '09 Rundown

2006-2007 SSM Stats: 56 goals, 66 assists, 122 points
2007-2008 SSM Stats: 79 goals, 45 assists, 124 points
2008-2009 SSM Stats: 80 goals, 46 assists, 126 points
Honors: 2014 Olympic Silver Medalist
            2012 Patty Kazmaier Award Winner 
            NCAA National Champion
            Three-time NCAA All-American