|Class of 2011|
|Park Ridge, Ill.|
AT ST. OLAF
2010-11 (Senior)- Played in 26 games... Tied for leader in points for the team with 18 points... Had ten goals and eight assists... Tied for fifth in the MIAC for power play goals... Scored the only goal unassisted in the 3-1 loss to Lake Forest on Nov. 6... Scored the game winning goal in the 3-2 victory over Concordia (Minn.) on Nov. 19... Collected two assists in the 5-0 victory over Concordia (Minn.) on Nov. 20... Scored two goals and tallied one assist in the 5-1 victory over St. Marys on Jan. 15... Scored two goals in the 6-2 win over Augsburg on Feb. 11... Scored two goals and had one assist in the 8-1 victory over St. Benedict on Feb. 19... Collected one goal and one assist in the 4-3 victory over St. Mary's on Feb. 25.
2009-10 (Junior)- Played in all 27 games.. Scored 10 goals and had 13 assists... Led the team in points... Scored three game winning goals... Scored the overtime goal in the 4-3 victory over Steven's Point on Nov. 14... Scored the overtime goal in the 2-1 victory over Concordia (Minn.) on Nov. 21... Scored two goals in the 3-0 voctory over St. Benedict on Feb. 19.
2008-09 (Sophomore)- Had 11 points off of 7 goals and 4 assists... Named All-MIAC Honorable mention...Scored a goal and had an assist in the 5-5 OT tie to Concordia (Minn.) on Jan. 4... Scored the only two goals in the Oles' Feb. 26 playoff win against Concordia College...
2007-08 (First year) - Led the team with 12 goals... Tied for second on the team with 19 points... Had seven assists... Tied for third in goals in the MIAC... Was second in MIAC in freshmen scoring... Named to MIAC All-Rookie Team.
AT LOYOLA ACADEMY
Played for Wisconsin Wild in Midwest Elite Hocky League (MWEHL) senior year and Team Illinois first year through junior seasons... Was a MWEHL All-Star as a junior... Earned MWEHL Silver Academic Award junior and senior years... Academic All-Star in Central Hockey League as a sophomore... Team won six state and two regional championships... Team captured second and third place finishes at USA Hockey Nationals... Team was MWEHL Playoff champion first year and junior seasons.
Daughter of Bill Iraci and Margaret Posig-Iraci.