The Gopher junior is one of six goaltenders set to attend the camp
GopherSports.com is counting down the top 10 moments from the 2013-14 Gopher women's hockey season.
GopherSports.com is counting down the top 10 moments from the 2013-14 Gopher women's hockey season
Amanda Leveille is invited to Hockey Canada's strength and conditioning camp in May
The Gophers finished the 2013-14 season as national runners-up
2013-14 Sophomore Season: Named All-WCHA Second Team honoree led the nation with a .945 save percentage and a .939 winning percentage, playing all 41 games (38-2-1) ranked second in the country with a 1.22 goals against average and 13 shutouts tied the Gophers' all-time single-season record with 38 wins ranked second all-time with 13 shutouts, third all-time with 850 saves, fifth all-time with a 1.22 goals against average, tied for sixth with a .945 save percentage among Gophers' single-season records earned four WCHA Defensive Player of the Week awards made 21 saves in season-opening 3-1 win at Colgate (Oct. 4) recorded a career-high 34 saves in 2-1 win over Wisconsin (Oct. 11) made 27 saves in 2-0 win over Wisconsin (Oct. 12) for first shutout of the season named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 16) after combining for 61 saves in series sweep over Wisconsin (Oct. 11-12) recorded 176:30 scoreless minutes in four games from Oct. 11-19, including 48:57 (Oct. 11), 60:00 (Oct. 12), 60:00 (Oct. 18) and 7:33 (Oct. 19) shut out Minnesota Duluth with 19 saves in 4-0 win (Oct. 25) earned third shutout of the season with 19 saves in 4-0 win at Bemidji State (Oct. 25) made 24 saves in 7-0 shutout win at Minnesota State (Nov. 2) recorded assists in back-to-back games, assisting a power-play tally in 4-3 win at St. Cloud State (Nov. 9) and assisting Kelly Terry on the first goal of the 6-1 win over North Dakota (Nov. 16) tied her career high with 34 saves on 35 shots against North Dakota (Nov. 16) earned third assist of the season and stopped 19 of 20 shots faced in 5-1 win at Yale (Nov. 23) received third WCHA Defensive Player of the Week award of the season after earning back-to-back shutouts over Minnesota State with 19 saves in each win (Jan. 17-19) made 32 saves in sweep over St. Cloud State (Jan. 24-25), including third-straight shutout with 15 saves in 3-0 win (Jan. 24) picked up third WCHA Defensive Player of the Week award of the season after making 48 saves on 50 shots in a series sweep at North Dakota (Jan. 31-Feb. 1) earned 10th shutout of the season in 10-0 win over Bemidji State (Feb. 7) made 21 saves in 3-2 win at Wisconsin to clinch WCHA regular-season title (Feb. 14) stopped all 24 shots in 4-0 win at Wisconsin in front of an NCAA-record 13,573 fans named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Feb. 26) after combining for 26 saves in back-to-back 6-0 wins over Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 21-22) recorded a three-game shutout streak with232:39 consecutive shutout minutes over five games, including 14:42 (Feb. 14), 60:00 (Feb. 15), 59:57 (Feb. 21), 59:58 (Feb. 22) and 38:02 (Feb. 28) named to the WCHA Final Face-off All-Tournament Team after combining for 41 saves in two games for a .953 save percentage in the tournament (March 7-8) made 28 saves in 5-1 NCAA quarterfinal win over Boston University (March 15) tied her career high with 34 saves in the 5-3 win over Wisconsin in the NCAA semifinals (March 21).
2012-13 Freshman Season: Appeared in seven games with three starts 3-0 on the year didn't allow a goal all season (279:35 minutes) compiled 84 saves garnered an 11-0 win over Colgate (Sept. 29) in her first career start and had 21 saves played the final period against St. Cloud State (Oct. 5) and made five saves had six saves in one period of work against St. Lawrence (Oct. 13) tallied four saves in the third period against Minnesota State (Nov. 17) posted a full-game shutout and had 16 saves in a win over New Hampshire (Nov. 25) shut out Minnesota State (Feb. 18) in 40 minutes of action and had eight saves earned third win and third complete-game shutout against St. Cloud State (Feb. 22) named WCHA Rookie of the Week for her shutout win over SCSU (Feb. 26).
High School/Club: Played at Frontenac Secondary School participated in the 2011 Canada Under-18 Development Camp named Top Goaltender at the 2011 Canadian National Under-18 Championship, where she was also named the MVP of the championship game after leading her team, Ontario Red, to the national title has played for the Ottawa Lady Senators of the Provincial Women's Hockey League since 2010-11 in 2011, played in 19 games for the Lady Senators, with a goals against average of 1.60 and a .940 save percentage from 2005-10, played Boys' AAA hockey with the Junior Frontenacs also competed in cross country, where she was named team MVP in 2009.
Personal: Born June 10, 1994 daughter of Debbie Eggleton and Jim Leveille an honor student at Frontenac Secondary School active in volunteer work for organizations including the Royal Ottawa Hospital, Samaritans Purse and DIFD Saves for Lives catches left.