The ex-Husky forward will play for the Swiss women's ice hockey national club
AS A JUNIOR 2009-10
Scored three goals and added 10 assists for her highest season scoring output...had an assist on Tiffany Good's goal at Northeastern (10/4)...got two pucks on net at No. 7 Clarkson (10/10)...finished +2 on a 1-1-0 weekend for the Huskies against Syracuse (10/16) and Colgate (10/17)...recorded a goal and two assists at Brown (10/23) for a career-high single game point total...assisted another Tiffany Good's goal this time against Union (10/24)...had four scoring opportunities in Providence (11/1) game...scored the first UConn goal and assisted the next at Maine (11/8)...won 10-of-15 draws and had an assist against Dartmouth (1/2)...assisted the final UConn goal at Vermont (1/16)...had an assist on the eventual gamewinner against Vermont (1/30)...scored the final goal of the 4-1 victory over Providence (2/13)...assisted the third goal in the Hockey East Quarterfinal victory at Northeastern (2/27).
AS A SOPHOMORE 2008-09
Part of the lineup in every game of the year...received the team's Most Improved Player Award...had a shot on goal against Sacred Heart (9/27)...scored first career goal to give UConn a 2-1 lead in Hockey East opener against No. 4/5 New Hampshire (10/15)...had an assist on UConn's fourth goal against Maine (11/8)...has had at least one shot on goal in 11 of the last 13 games...assisted the first goal of Lauren LeMond's career against No. 5/5 UNH (2/21).
AS A FRESHMAN 2007-08
Played in 23 games...had five shots on goal, but recorded no points...was named a Hockey East All-Academic All-Star.
Attended Washington Christian Academy in Silver Spring, Md....played for head coach Christian Yngue...while playing for the Washington Pride, her team competed in the semi-final game at the National Championships in 2007...the Pride were also Southeast District Champions in both 2006 and 2007...led the Montgomery Blue Devils to the Southeast District Championship in both 2004 and 2005...also a soccer and track and field standout...was selected as the Maryland Independent Schools Athletic League Player of the Year in 2006 for soccer...was elected as the soccer team's captain and Most Valuable Player in 2005 and 2006...in track and field she was awarded the Most Outstanding Distance Performance award in 2006...was her class Vice President in 2006-07 as well as a National Honor Society member for two years.
Jessica Joy...daughter of Ernst and Marcella Lutz...has two sisters, Tina and Stephanie...born on May, 24, 1989...an allied health sciences major.