Athlete Profile - Dani CAMERANESI

Dani CAMERANESI
Birth Date:  30 Jun 1995
Age:  22
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  165
Weight (Kg):  67

Events and Medals

Event Rank
Women 1 Gold

Dani CAMERANESI - Schedule

Schedule
Start Time Event Status
Sun, 11 Feb 16:40
Women Preliminary Round - Group A
Finland
1
United States
3
Finished
Tue, 13 Feb 21:10
Women Preliminary Round - Group A
United States
5
OAR
0
Finished
Thu, 15 Feb 12:10
Women Preliminary Round - Group A
United States
1
Canada
2
Finished
Mon, 19 Feb 13:10
Women Play-offs Semifinals
United States
5
Finland
0
Finished
Thu, 22 Feb 13:10
Women Gold Medal Game
Canada
2
United States
3
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights World Championship
RankEventYearLocation
1Women2015Sweden
Hobbies Swimming, tubing. (usahockey.com, 08 Apr 2017)
Occupation Athlete
Education Agricultural Studies, Business Management - University of Minnesota Duluth, United States of America
Languages spoken English
Coach Robb Stauber [national], USA (nbcsports.com, 01 May 2017)
Position/Style Forward (theicegarden.com, 30 Jan 2017)
Handedness Shoots left (usahockey.com, 08 Apr 2017)
Sporting/Famous relatives Her brother Tony was selected by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2011 NHL draft, and in 2017/18 was playing in the ECHL and AHL minor leagues. Her cousin Robby Dee is a retired ECHL player, and another cousin Tommy Dee played ice hockey at collegiate level for Bowling Green State University in the United States of America. (eliteprospects.com, 2018; pensionplanpuppets.com, 17 Jan 2017)
Injuries She sustained an ankle injury in December 2016, returning to the ice in March 2017. (twincities.com, 15 Mar 2017)
Ambition To compete at the Olympic Winter Games. (gophersports.com, 02 Nov 2016)
Hero US ice hockey player Gigi Marvin. (gophersports.com, 02 Nov 2016)
Philosophy "Choose joy." (gophersports.com, 02 Nov 2016)
Awards In 2015 and 2016 she was a Top 10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, which recognises the top female collegiate ice hockey player in the United States of America. (usahockey.com, 08 Apr 2017)

She was the top scorer in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association [WCHA] 2015/16 season. (usahockey.com, 08 Apr 2017)

She was named in the All-WCHA First Team for the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons. (usahockey.com, 08 Apr 2017)

In 2014 she was named National Rookie of the Year and WCHA Rookie of the Year. (usahockey.com, 08 Apr 2017)
Additional information General
NATIONAL TEAM TRAINING
She represented the University of Minnesota Duluth during the 2016/17 season. Although she was drafted by Connecticut Whale, she did not take part in the 2017/18 NWHL season as national team members joined a centralised training programme with Team USA ahead of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang. (mndaily.com, 05 Jun 2017; eliteprospects.com, 2017)

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Legend

: This event is Live
: Gold
: Silver
: Bronze
: Gold Medal Event
: Bronze Medal Event
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