The Boston University women's ice hockey team defeated Rensselaer, 3-2, in the Terriers' home opener on Oct. 12, 2012
AS A SENIOR IN 2015-16 Has appeared in 18 games ... Missed three games while playing with Team Canada at Four Nations Cup ... Enters semester break on a nine-game point streak (9g, 10a) and is third on the Terriers with 23 points (10g, 13a) ... Has recorded six multi-point games during the last nine tilts ... Has factored on four game-winning goals, scoring two of them ... Recorded two goals and two assists against UConn on Dec. 6 ... Notched back-to-back three-assist games, her career best for a single game, against Merrimack on Nov. 20 and 21 ... Scored two goals against Maine on Nov. 14 ... Tallied two times against Providence on Dec. 9 ... Collected two assists against Clarkson on Oct. 16. AS A JUNIOR IN 2014-15 Appeared in all 37 games ... Named a New England Division I All-Star ... Selected as a Hockey East Second Team All-Star ... Recorded 50 points for second straight season thanks to 23 goals and 27 assists ... Earned spot on Hockey East All-Academic Team ... Factored on 12 game-winning goals, including three of the four during the Hockey East Tournament ... ... Led the NCAA with three hat tricks, including back-to-back three-goal games against Providence (Feb. 14-16) ... Ranked eighth in the nation in points (50) and goals (23), and was tied for ninth in NCAA with 27 assists ... Became the eighth Terrier in program history to reach the 100-point plateau at BU as part of a one-goal, two-assist effort on Oct. 3 in a 5-2 victory over St. Cloud State ... Three-time Hockey East Player of the Week honoree (Feb. 16, Dec. 8, Nov. 24) ... Notched hat trick and added assist for four-point game against New Hampshire on Nov. 23 ... Posted three straight multi-point games from Nov. 23-Dec. 6 ... Recorded 17 multi-point efforts ... Tallied two goals against UNH on Nov. 2 ... Had pair of helpers in 4-2 win against Connecticut on Nov. 16 ... Had four points (1g, 3a) in pair of wins at Clarkson on Oct. 17-18.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2013-14 Appeared in all 38 games ... Became second Terrier in program history to be named a Second-Team All-American ... Chosen as New England Division I Women's Player of the Year ... Unanimous selection as Hockey East Player of the Year ... First player in program history to be a top-10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award ... Led the NCAA with 32 goals ... Was the only skater in the nation with 30 goals and is the first Hockey East player since the 2005-06 season to lead the NCAA in goals ... Finished the year with 32 goals and 23 assists for 55 points, which ranked fifth in the nation ... Led the country with eight game-winning goals ... Was Hockey East Player of the Month in February and December ... Named Hockey East Player of the Week on March 17, Feb. 10 and Dec. 9 ... Led the league in goals (19), assists (17) and points (36) in conference play to be named Hockey East Scoring Champion ... Scored the Terriers' lone goal in 5-1 loss at No. 1 Minnesota in NCAA quarterfinals ... Finished Hockey East tournament with three points (2g, 1a) ... Scored career-high four goals and five points in 7-4 win over New Hampshire on Feb. 8 ... Compiled 10-game point streak from Nov. 24 to Jan. 24 (12g, 11a) ... Had six-game goal streak from Feb. 1-16 ... Tallied at least two points in 17 games ... Matched then-career high with four points (2g, 2a) in 4-2 win over Minnesota Duluth on Dec. 7 ... Tallied two goals and added assist in 6-5 win over Minnesota Duluth on Dec. 6 ... Notched hat trick and also had assist for first career four-point game in 5-2 win at Northeastern on Dec. 3 ... Had seven-game point streak (5g, 6a) from Oct. 26-Nov. 10 ... Lit the lamp in 2-1 win at New Hampshire on Nov. 24 ... Scored game-winning goal and added an assist in 5-1 win over Maine on Nov. 9 ... Notched game-winning goal and also added assist in 2-1 win over Yale on Oct. 26 ... Scored two goals, including game-winner, at Robert Morris on Oct 18.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012-13 Appeared in all 37 games ... Unanimous selection to All-Rookie Team ... Third among NCAA freshmen in points per game (1.16) ... Tied for first among league rookies in goals (24), second among Hockey East freshmen in assists (19) and points (43) ... Tied Marie-Philip Poulin's program record for goals by a freshman ... Tied for fourth in the nation with seven game-winning goals ... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Month for March ... Scored a goal in the national title game at Minnesota ... Tallied two goals against Clarkson in the NCAA quarterfinals ... Scored the game-winning goal in the Hockey East semifinals and had a goal and an assist in the title game ... Had back-to-back two goal, one assist games against Connecticut (Feb. 23-24) ... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Week on Jan. 21 ... Recorded her first collegiate hat trick in 5-4 win over No. 10 Northeastern on Jan. 16 ... Handed out two assists in a weekend sweep of Maine on Jan. 12-13 ... Had five assists in home-and-home series sweep of Providence (Nov. 30-Dec. 1) ... Recorded three points (1g, 2a) in 7-1 victory over Providence on Nov. 16 ... Named the Hockey East Rookie of the Month on Nov. 1 and the Hockey East Co-Rookie of the Week on Oct. 29 ... Scored a pair of goals in a victory against Robert Morris on Oct. 27 ... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Week for two consecutive weeks (Oct. 15 and Oct. 8) ... Scored a goal at Northeastern on Oct. 16 ... Began season with a goal in each of her first four games and a point in each of her first five fixtures ... Scored two goals against Union on Oct. 13 ... Became the first Terrier to record two goals in collegiate debut in season-opening victory over Boston College on Oct. 5.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY Won gold medal with Team Canada at 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship ... Was the leading scorer for Stanstead College last season ... Was a member of Team Quebec at the 2011 Canada Winter Games.
PERSONAL Daughter of Mario Lefort and Debbie Nash ... Enrolled in Sargent College, majoring in health science ... Born on February 9, 1994, in Ormstown, Que.