Sarah Tueting #29
Hometown: Winnetka, Ill.
Birthdate: Apr. 26, 1976
1996-97 Team: U.S. Women's Training
Tueting made her first appearance on an
elite-level U.S. women's team as a member of
the 1996 U.S. Women's National Select Team
at the Three Nations Cup in Ottawa, Ontario ...
appeared in one game as a member of the
1997 U.S. Women's National Team ... played
two years at Dartmouth College before taking a
leave of absence to train with the U.S. Women's
Training Program ... following her freshman
season in 1994-95, she was named the Ivy
League Rookie of the Year and Dartmouth's
Rookie of the Year in addition to earning
All-ECAC and All-Ivy honors ... was studying
neurobiology at Dartmouth and hopes to pursue
a career in the medical field ... plays the piano
and cello and was a member of Dartmouth's
symphony orchestra ... led the New Trier High
School boys hockey team to the state
championship her senior season and was
named to the state all-star team ... was the
recipient of the Richard Renn Award for
athletics, scholarship and leadership .... was
named her team's Most Valuable Defensive
Player as a junior ... also enjoys playing soccer
and tennis ... has one older brother ... parents
are Bill and Pat Tueting ... her mother is a
neuroscientist at the University of Illinois ...
superstitions include putting on her right skate
first and wearing her brother's old t-shirts.