Dani Cameranesi Hockey Journey EP25

My next guest has had a fantastic hockey career. Dani Cameranesi is a Minnesota native who played youth hockey for the Wayzata Trojans and high school hockey for Blake high school. She registered 200 goals, 157 assists for 357 career points and won two state championships in 2009 and 2013. In her senior year, she won Ms. Hockey, awarded to the best female high school hockey player in Minnesota, and was also captain of the team her junior and senior seasons. Dani played her college hockey for the University of Minnesota, where she potted 93 goals, 108 assists for 201 career points in 143 games, and won 2 national championships. She also had some international play where she won silver at the 2012 World U18 Championships, gold at the 2015 and 2019 world championships, silver at the 2021 world championships, a gold medal at the 2018 Olympics, And most recently, a silver medal at the 2022 Beijing Olympics representing team USA. This just scratches the surface of what she's accomplished, so if you want to learn more about her career, check out her Wikipedia and Minnesota Gopher player pages below. Enjoy the interview. Minnesota Gophers - https://gophersports.com/sports/womens-ice-hockey/roster/dani-cameranesi/10111 Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dani_Cameranesi