Prévost ended her career as the 10th all-time points leader with 142 career points.
Honors: NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team (2010-11) ... CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District 5 Second Team (2010-11) ... All-WCHA Academic Team (2010-11, 2009-10) ... WCHA Scholar Athlete (2010-11, 2009-10) ... two-time WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Jan. 26, 2010; Oct. 13, 2010) ... Academic All-Big Ten (2009-10)
UW Records: 10th all-time in career points (142)... eighth all-time in career goals (70)... ..tied for sixth in career shorthanded goals (4)... 10th all-time for shots on goal (457)... tied for fifth in career hat tricks (4)... tied for 10th for most goals in a single season (27 in 2011-12)... tied for eighth all-time with two short-handed goals in a single season (2 in 2010-11)
2011-12: Played in 33 games... recorded a career-high 54 points on 27 goals and 32 assists... missed the opening series against Lindenwood due to participating with Team Canada's National Team Fall Festival... scored a hat trick in her first game of the season (vs North Dakota, Oct. 8, 2011)... tallied a goal and an assist in both the NCAA quarterfinals against Mercyhurst (March 10) and NCAA semifinals against Boston College (March 16)... recorded a hat-trick in UW's 4-4 tie at then-ranked No. 6 North Dakota (Jan. 15)... scored first goal of the gal and added two assists in UW's tie at then-ranked No. 2 Minnesota (Jan. 6)... set career-high single-game points record scoring the game-winning goal and adding four assists vs. Rensselaer (Nov. 19)... scored two goals, including the game-winner, in Wisconsin's 3-2 win over then-ranked No. 3 Minnesota (Oct. 14)... tallied three goals and two assists, which included her third career hat trick (Oct. 8) in first series played this season... +33 plus/minus rating... invited to participate with Team Canada's U-22 team at the 2012 Meco Cup in Germany, but was unable to attend
2010-11: Played in 36 games ... recorded 31 points on 19 goals and 12 assists ... had a plus-22 plus/minus rating ... had 10 multi-point games ... tied for second on the team with two short-handed goals ... amassed eight points during a five-game point streak (Oct. 30-Nov. 20) ... had four game-winning goals ... scored UW's first goal of the season just 15 seconds into season-opening 7-0 win over RPI (Oct. 1) and UW's last goal of the season with 18 seconds remaining in national championship 4-1 win over Boston University (March 20) ... tallied second career hat trick, including the game-winner, a shorthanded goal and a power-play goal in 7-1 victory over Bemidji State (Oct. 8) ... had four points on two goals and two assists in series at Minnesota (Nov. 5-6) ... had a career-series high five points against St. Cloud State (Feb. 25-26) ... scored game-winner in WCHA Final Face-off semifinal against North Dakota (March 4) ... scored two goals in national championship against Boston University (March 20) ... selected to participate in Hockey Canada's 2010 Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp (May 25-30, 2010) ... missed four games while winning gold with Canada's National Women's Under-22 Team at the 2011 MLP Cup (Jan. 4-8) in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland, helping Canada to four shutout wins with five points
2009-10: Played in 34 games ... tallied 11 goals and15 assists for 26 points ... recorded her first career hat trick against St. Cloud State (Jan. 22), earning WCHA Offensive Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 26 ... had an 11-game point streak during which she collected eight goals and nine assists ... had the first outdoor goal at the Culver's Camp Randall Hockey Classic and also added two assists (Feb. 6)... finished fourth on the team in points ... tied for second on the team with three game-winning goals ... missed two games to participate with Canada's National Women's Under-22 Team where she helped her team to gold at the 2010 MLP Cup in Ravensburg, Germany
2008-09: Played in all 41 games ... recorded 13 goals and 13 assists for 26 points ... had seven multi-point games ... had four multi-goal games ... netted the game-winning goal against North Dakota in a 5-1 win (Nov. 15) and against St. Cloud State (Dec. 5) ... participated in Canada's National U-22 selection camp
Prep: Played for the London Junior Devilettes of the Provincial Women's Hockey League ... through 26 games led the team in goals (26) and points (19) and ranked first in the league with ten power-play goals ... scored three goals for Canada during the three-game series against the U.S. including an overtime game-winner in the second game ... a seven-time Canadian national champion in three different sports including two titles in hockey, one in soccer and four in taekwondo ... won the Franco Ontario Hockey Tournament for French Schools with the boys and the girls teams ... is a fourth-degree black belt in taekwondo, earning the silver medal at the 2005 Junior Pan-American Taekwondo Championship.
Personal: Parents are Normand and Ginette ... has a twin sister Katrine and three older sisters, Joëlle and twins Danielle and Stephanie ... shoots left ... major is kinesiology