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Olympian Lyndsey Fry to serve on WWFHA Honorary Board

By WWFHA Staff Writer, 08/11/15, 8:45AM PDT


Fry will be on the ice with Washington Wild players in October!

WWFHA is proud to announce that Lyndsey Fry, 2014 U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Olympian and Harvard alumna, has been appointment to the WWFHA Honorary Board!

Lyndsey says, “I am truly honored and excited to be named to the WWFHA Honorary Board and to have the pleasure of working with these inspiring young women. As a member of the board I hope to continue to grow girls’ hockey in the northwest and to help develop their abilities as players and people both on and off the ice. By doing so, I believe that we can help these girls reach their full potential as student-athletes and assist them in making it to the next level. I am so excited to be running a clinic with these players and look forward to supporting them, inspiring them, and helping them develop and I’m sure they will do the same for me!”

Lyndsey Fry is an American Olympic ice hockey player who played for the Under 18 Women’s National Ice Hockey team for Team USA where she won gold and silver respectively in 2009 and 2010. She then went on to play college hockey at Harvard University. During her junior year at Harvard, she made the Senior Women’s National Team and went on to win a gold medal with Team USA at the 2013 IIHF Women’s World Championship in Ottawa, Canada.

In 2014, Lyndsey was selected to play on the 2014 Olympic Ice Hockey Team where she won silver in Sochi, Russia. After the Olympics, Lyndsey returned to Harvard for her senior year where her team won the Ivy Title, the ECAC Championship and finished as the runner up at the national championship.

Lyndsey graduated from Harvard in May and now is pursuing her passion of giving back to young female hockey players. She particularly enjoys working with girls who come from states like her own where hockey is not considered a popular sport. Lyndsey is determined to change that and is traveling all over the US to help grow the sport and help girls improve their skills on and off the ice. 


  • As a member of the U.S. Women’s Olympic Team, has played in one Olympic Winter Games (silver-2014)
  • As a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team, has played in one International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championship (gold-2013) and two Four Nations Cups (1st-2012, 3rd-2013)
  • Has played in two International Ice Hockey Federation U18 Women’s World Championships (gold-2009; silver-2010)
  • Member of the U.S. Women’s Under-22 Select Team for the Under-22 Series against Canada (2012)
  • Four-time USA Hockey Player Development Camp attendee (2006-09)
  • Four Nations Cup

    • 2012: Tallied the game-winning goal against in a 15-1 win over Finland on Nov. 9; Tied for eighth overall in tournament with a plus-five rating
  • IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship

    • 2010: Helped Team USA to silver medal with four points (3-1) in five games
    • 2009: Notched four goals in five games and won a gold medal
  • Under-22 Series

    • 2012: Helped Team USA to an undefeated record (3-0) over Canada
  • Under-18 Series

    • 2008: Helped Team USA to a silver medal
  • College Hockey
    • 2012-13 (Junior)

      • Completed her junior season at Harvard University of the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference

    • 2011-12 (Sophomore)

      • Selected to the All-ECAC Third Team and named All-Ivy League Second Team
      • Named Harvard’s Most Improved Player
    • 2010-11 (Freshman)

      • Led all rookies with a +10 rating on the year