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Brianna Decker      

Ice Hockey Player, Olympic Gold Medalist & 6x World Champion

Brianna Decker started playing hockey at the age of four. After high school, she attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison and played Division 1 Collegiate hockey for the Wisconsin Badgers. As a Badger, she won an NCAA Championship (2011) and Patty Kazmaier (2012) as the top player in NCAA for the season and was a Three-time AHCA Division 1 All-American.

As a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, Brianna has represented the U.S. at two Olympic Winter Games, played in seven International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championships, 10 Four Nations Cups, and one IIHF Twelve Nations Invitational Tournament Series. Additionally, she played in the IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championships, capturing Gold in both, two Under-22 Series vs Canada, and two Under-18 Series vs Canada. Decker is also a two-time recipient of the USA Hockey “Bob Allen Women’s Player of the Year Award."

Decker has broadened her hockey career as an assistant coach for the U18 Women’s National Team at the U18 IIHF World Championships, capturing Silver in 2019 and Gold in 2020.

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