Stefanie McKeough
Position Defence
Shoots Left
5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
139 lb (63 kg)
Ottawa Senators
Born (1991-01-27)January 27, 1991,
Carlsbad Springs, Ontario
Pro Career 2008 – present
Medal record
Women's ice hockey
Competitor for Flag of Canada Canada
IIHF U18 Womens Worlds
Silver 2009 United States 2009 Tournament
Gold 2011 Switzerland Tournament

Stefanie McKeough (born January 27, 1991) has competed for Hockey Canada in numerous international tournaments. Currently, she is a member of the Wisconsin Badgers.

Playing career[edit | edit source]

McKeough won the 2008 PWHL championships with the Ottawa Capitals (now called Senators) of the PWHL. In addition, she was named Most Valuable Player of her high school team at St. Mark High School for three consecutive seasons. She helped her high school win two city of Ottawa championships.

Hockey Canada[edit | edit source]

McKeough was part of the 2008-09 National Women's Under-18 Team that claimed the silver medal at the 2009 IIHF World Women's U-18 Championships. Two of her teammates on that team also played with her on the Wisconsin Badgers: Saige Pacholok and Breann Frykas. During the summer of 2011, she was one of eight former Ottawa Senators PWHL players (along with Amanda Levielle, Morgan Richardson, Cydney Roesler: U-18 camp; Jamie Lee Rattray, Isabel Menard and Erica Howe: U22 camp) that participated in the Hockey Canada Under 18 and Under 22 training camps at the Canadian International Hockey Academy in Rockland, Ontario.[1] On October 3, 2011, she was named to the Team Canada roster that will participate in the 2011 4 Nations Cup. [2]

NCAA[edit | edit source]

McKeough joined the Wisconsin Badgers in the 2009-10 season. On February 12, 2010, she scored her first NCAA goal in a game versus Minnesota State. Against the Robert Morris Colonials, McKeough had two assists (played on November 7). She repeated the feat on January 23 versus St. Cloud. Her plus minus rating of +25 led the Badgers.[3] During the 2010-11 season, McKeough had five games with two points scored. Versus the Ohio State Buckeyes (on October 22), she scored two goals as Wisconsin beat Ohio State by a 6-5 tally in overtime.[4] McKeough would miss four games during the season as she helped Canada win gold at the 2011 MLP Cup. In the championship game of the 2011 Frozen Four, McKeough would notch an assist as the Badgers claimed the Frozen Four title.

Career stats[edit | edit source]

NCAA[edit | edit source]

Year GP G A PTS PIM +/-
2009-10 36 1 14 15 37 +25
2010-11 37 3 16 19 10 +34

WCHA[edit | edit source]

Year GP G A PTS PIM +/-
2009-10 28 1 10 11 31 +18
2010-11 28 3 8 11 6 +22

Hockey Canada[edit | edit source]

2008 National Under 18 5 0 0 0 2


Awards and honors[edit | edit source]

  • 2009-10 All-WCHA Rookie Team
  • 2009-10 All-WCHA Third Team (2009-10)
  • 2010-11 All-WCHA Academic Team
  • Wisconsin Badgers Defensive Player of the Year (2010-11, 2009-10)

References[edit | edit source]

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