Hilary Knight is an Olympic Gold Medalist, two-time Silver Medalist at the winter games, eight-time World Champion, and in contention for the best female hockey player of all time.
Before she became a professional, she was a three-time All-American and appeared in the NCAA Finals all four years at the University of Wisconsin. She was the youngest player for the national team at the Four Nations Cup in 2006, and also the youngest player for the national team at the 2007 IIHF World Women's Championship.
Now she is a veteran leader on the US national team, after helping lead them to eight IIHF World Championships. She’s also won silver in three more world championships.
Hilary is also an outspoken advocate for women and women in sports. She has been vocal about gender equality and equitable pay. She is working with her peers to build a sustainable professional women’s hockey league, with the mission of changing the landscape for women for generations to come.
Hometown/where you live now: Sun Valley, ID
Sports/activities you participate in: Hockey
Stats/accomplishments: Eight world championships, gold medal at the 2018 games.
Social handle: @hilaryknight