COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Boston College ladies’s ice hockey standout Jesse Compher has been named o the 202 U.S. Girls’s Nationwide Workforce roster that can compete on the 2021 IIHF Girls’s World Championship, USA Hockey introduced on Thursday.
That is the third straight 12 months that Compher has been chosen to signify her nation on the World Championship. This 12 months’s occasion is scheduled to happen August 20-31 in Canada. The Northbrook, Illinois, native was just lately invited to the 2021-22 U.S. Girls’s Nationwide Workforce Residency Program that can begin in October in preparation for the 2022 Olympics.
Compher has been a fixture on the senior nationwide workforce for the final three years. She gained gold on the 2019 world championship and was chosen to the roster for the 2020 occasion that was finally canceled as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. She additionally appeared for the senior nationwide workforce within the first two video games of the 2019-20 Rivalry Collection in opposition to Canada in December 2019, centering her nation’s prime line within the second of these two contests. The Northbrook, Illinois, native has participated in three main worldwide tournaments with the U.S., having additionally skated within the 2016 and 2017 Below-18 Girls’s World Championships, and has gained gold all 3 times.
Named a Hockey East All-Star for a 3rd consecutive 12 months, Compher was terrific for the Terriers of their quick 2020-21 season. She led the workforce in objectives (7) and factors (11) in simply 9 video games, and her common of 1.38 factors per sport within the common season ranked fifth amongst Division I skaters and second in Hockey East. Compher was held off the rating sheet simply twice this season and notched a objective in 5 of her 9 appearances.
The 2019 Second Workforce All-American has recorded 127 profession factors because of 46 objectives and 81 assists. Compher ranks fifth all-time in assists and ninth all-time in factors amongst Terrier skaters.