Kayleigh Chapman

#27 Kayleigh Chapman

HOMETOWN Virden, Manitoba (Warner Hockey School)

2014-15 (Senior)
  • Academic All-WCHA
Appeared in 37 games during her senior season...Scored four assists, including three against Minnesota State...Also tallied an assist against rival North Dakota...Blocked 30 shots and registered 13 shots on goal.

2013-14 (Junior)
Split time between forward and defenseman as a junior…Skated in 31 of 36 games for the Beavers…Registered 11 shots on goal.

2012-13 (Sophomore)
Skated in 22 games for the Beavers...Tallied two points on the season...Registered her first career goal against Providence on Oct. 5...Picked up a helper on Jenessa Phillipczyk’s first career goal against  No. 9 North Dakota on Feb 8.

2011-12 (Freshman)
Skated in 28 games as a freshman and was a key player at the blueline for the Beavers...Tallied two assists on the season...Assisted on Lauren Williams’ goal in the third period against St. Cloud State on Oct. 21...Picked up a helper on Emily Erickson’s game-winner against  No. 6 North Dakota on Nov. 26.

Prior to BSU
After playing two years with the Westman Wildcats, Chapman enrolled at the Warner Hockey School in the Junior Womens Hockey League for the 2010-11 season... In 36 games for the Warriors, Chapman scored five goals and tallied 18 assists...In the 2008-09 with the Westman Wildcats, Chapman helped lead her team to its first ever Esso Cup National Championship and a provincial championship....In her two years there, she played in 59 games and had 15 goals and assists...Previous to 2008, she played eight years of boys’ hockey for the Virden A Oil Kings.

Daughter of Robert and Colleen Chapman and was born on Jan. 14, 1993…Cousin Tammy Brade played hockey at University of Manitoba…Majoring in Physical Education with a minor in economics.

Career Highs: Goals: 1 vs. Providence (Oct. 5, 2012), Assists: 1, 7x last against Minnesota State (Feb. 14, 2015), Points: 1, 8x last against Minnesota State (Feb. 14, 2015), Shots on Goal: 3, 2x last vs. Minnesota State (Dec. 6, 2014), Penalty Minutes: 15 vs. Ohio State (Nov. 8, 2013).