Phoebe Stänz
Born (1994-01-07)7 January 1994,
Zetzwil, Switzerland
0 ft 0 in (0.00 m)
Position Forward
Shoots Left
LNA team
F. teams
HC Lugano
ZSC Lions
Yale Bulldogs
Ntl. team Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland
Playing career 2008–present

Phoebe Stänz (born 7 January 1994) is a Swiss ice hockey forward for HC Lugano and the Switzerland women's national ice hockey team, and in US Collegiate (NCAA) competition for the Yale Bulldogs.

Career[edit | edit source]

Stänz attended Choate Rosemary Hall Preparatory School in Wallingford, Connecticut, where she was the Ice Hockey MVP of the Prep School league. She was honored as a 2013 Boston Globe All-Scholastic pick.[1] She also played club hockey with Assabet Valley, winning the 2013 National Championship with them.

Yale Bulldogs[edit | edit source]

She played for the Yale Bulldogs women's ice hockey team.[2] In four years of NCAA play, she won numerous awards, including USCO Rookie of the Year in 2014, and a selection to the All-ECAC Third Team.

While studying at Yale University, she majored in the field of Mathematics and Economics. She worked in marketing for the Swiss Ice Hockey Federation during the summer months. She is also an accomplished musician.

Swiss National Team[edit | edit source]

U18 World Competition[edit | edit source]

Stänz played for the Swiss National U18 team for the IIHF World Championships in 2011[3] (Sweden), 2012[4] (Czech Republic) and the 2013 Qualifying Tournament in Switzerland.

2014 Olympics (Sochi, Russia)[edit | edit source]

Phoebe Stänz was chosen to play with the Swiss National Team at the Winter Olympics in 2014. During the Bronze medal game, she scored the game-tying goal against Sweden, allowing Switzerland a 4–3 victory, and the medal.[5][6]

IIHF Teams[edit | edit source]

Stänz continues to play for the Swiss team. She was a member of the 2016 IIHF Olympic qualifying tournament. Switzerland won a spot in the 2018 Olympics in Korea. The Swiss National Team was ranked 6th worldwide as of late 2017. She is a longtime teammate of Lara Stalder, who plays NCAA Hockey for the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs.

NCAA[edit | edit source]

2013–14 21 11 16 27 30 0 2 1
2014–15 30 8 17 25 27 3 1 1
2015–16 25 9 8 17 22 0 1 1
2016–17 25 14 10 24 12 4 0 4
Career Totals 101 42 51 93 91 7 4 7


References[edit | edit source]

  1. Girls Hockey All-Scholastics. Boston Globe (31 March 2013). Retrieved on 26 March 2017.
  2. Phoebe Staenz Player Bio. Yale University. Retrieved on 26 March 2017.
  3. IIHF Relegation Round 2011. IIHF (5 January 2011).
  4. IIHF Relegation Round 2012. IIHF (6 January 2012).
  5. Ice Hockey – Ice hockey women 7 (24 June 2016).
  6. Women's Ice Hockey Tournament. Retrieved on 26 March 2017.
  7. Player Stats – Year by Year – Phoebe Stänz:: Statistics :: :: U.S. College Hockey Online.

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