Kristin Huber

#6 Kristin Huber

HOMETOWN Kelowna, British Columbia (Pursuit of Excellence Academy)

2015-16 (Senior)
• Academic All-WCHA
Played in 35 games, establishing career-highs in goals, assists and points with 20 off 11 goals and nine assists... Tied for the team lead in goal-scoring and third in points... Led the Beavers with four powerplay goals which ranked eighth in the WCHA... Added three game-winning goals and a career-high 83 shots on goal.

2014-15 (RS-Junior)
• Academic All-WCHA
Huber played in 36 games, while collecting eight goals and five assists for a total of 13 points... Ranked fifth on team with 79 shots on goal... Finished second on the team with two power-play goals... Was third on the team with seven goals in conference play... Tied for team-lead with three game-winning goals.

2013-14 (Junior)
• Academic All-WCHA
Missed the entire season due to injury.

2012-13 (Sophomore)
• Academic All-WCHA
Sophomore season was cut to just 18 games due to injury… Still had seven points on the season (3g, 4a)… Tied career high in assists with 2 against Maine (Nov. 9)… Scored game-winning goal against No. 9 Wisconsin Oct. 19… Scored a goal against No. 1 Minnesota Dec. 7… Also found the net against St. Cloud State Jan. 4.

2011-12 (Freshman)
Was one of BSU’s top freshman performers during the 2011-12 campaign with 13 points (5g, 8a)… Ended the season spending most of her time on one of BSU’s top two forward lines… Member of BSU’s second power-play unit… Scored first career goal against Lindenwood Nov. 10… Tallied season-high two assists against Maine on Oct. 14 and against St. Cloud State on Feb. 17… Scored two goals in series versus then-No. 2 Minnesota including a power-play goal on Jan. 21… Also found the net against Robert Morris (Dec. 31) and Minnesota State (Jan. 6)… Tallied nine of her 13 points (4g, 5a) on New Year’s Eve or later.

Prior to BSU
Playing for the Midget Female First Team for the Pursuit of Excellence Hockey Academy, Huber was second on her team in scoring with 23 goals and 13 assists in 29 games... Represented British Columbia in the 2011 Canada Winter Games where she scored one goal in a 4-0 win over Newfoundland and Labrador and tallied one goal and an assist in a 8-2 win over Nova Scotia... During the 2010-11 season, Huber helped lead the Midget Female First Team at the POE Hockey Academy to a 53-3-1 record.

Daughter of David and Jo-Lynn Huber and was born Feb. 9, 1993... Also lettered in soccer and basketball in grade nine at George Elliot Secondary School... Majoring in Biology.

Career Highs
Goals: 2, 2x, Last at Minnesota Duluth (Jan. 22, 2016); Assists: 2, 4x, Last vs. Ohio State (Feb. 13, 2016); Points: 2, 7x, Last vs. Ohio State (Feb. 13, 2016); SOG: 9, 2x, Last vs. Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 27, 2015); PIM: 15, vs. Ohio State (Dec. 19, 2014).