Apr 15, 2018
Three time NCAA champion,
silver medalist in the 2014 Olympics and gold medalist in this
years 2018 Olympics. She helped lead
The University of Minnesota to their first ever-undefeated season
and became the fourth woman in NCAA
hockey history to eclipse 100 points.
Amanda Kessel is one of the most prolific hockey players today.
There is more to Amanda’s story that
you may not see. Amanda had to stop playing hockey for almost two
years due to concussion. The process to recover was one that you
don't hear often and needs to be shared.
There’s more to Amanda than the game
of hockey. She is doing her part in the fight for equity in women’s
hockey and is working on a clothing line that started as a hobby
during her time away from the game.
Amanda is not only a successful athlete but a successful person and is definitely the hero of her own story.