A.J. Mleczko

A.J. Mleczko #11

Position: Forward
Height: 5-11
Weight: 160
Hometown: Nantucket, Mass.
Birthdate: Jun. 14, 1975
1996-97 Team: U.S. Women's Training Program

Mleczko has appeared on three U.S. Women's National Team (1995, 1996 and 1997), recording three goals and seven assists in 15 games ... she has also been a member of U.S. Women's Select Teams in 1995, 1996 and 1997 ... Mleczko has put her senior year at Harvard University on hold while she trains with the U.S. Women's National Program ... was studying American history prior to her leave of absence ... she finished the 1995-96 season with 42 points on 26 goals and 16 assists and established herself as Harvard's all-time goal scorer (91 goals) and scoring leader (143 points) ... earned first-team All-Ivy League honors as a junior ... Mleczko was Harvard's lone All-Eastern College Athletic Conference selection in 1994-95, earning second-team accolades ... repeated as her team's leading scorer in 1995-96 with 51 points on 34 goals and 17 assists ... Mleczko's 34 goals broke the Harvard record for goals in a season (she set the former mark of 31 in 1993-94) and her 51 points tied the record for single-season points ... earned first-team All-Ivy League honors in 1994-95 and was a two-time ECAC Player of The Week ... also named to the New England Hockey Writers All-Star Team ... as a freshman, she was named the ECAC and Ivy League Rookie of the Year and was an All-Ivy League second-team selection ... she graduated from the Taft School, where she earned three letters apiece in ice hockey, field hockey and lacrosse ... led the ice hockey team to three New England Championships ... also captured two league titles in lacrosse ... she has one older sister and a younger brother ... parents are Tom and Bambi Mleczko ... given name is Allison Jaime.