Penn State women's hockey took on RIT in a CHA matchup on Oct. 25, 2012 at Greenberg Ice Pavilion.
NITTANY LION CAREER 2013-14: Made 30 appearances, transitioning to defense for the final 13 games of the season...Blocked 25 shots including a season-high three vs. RIT (2/1)...Tallied a goal and a plus-one rating in a tight loss to Syracuse (11/10)...Played first game at defense at Syracuse (1/24)...Dished an assist vs. Lindenwood (2/8).
2012-13: Dressed for every game and skated in 34 for the Nittany Lions...Tallied three goals and an assist...Scored first collegiate goal in an 8-2 victory over Sacred Heart (11/3) and added an assist...Notched first multi-goal game in a 10-0 win over Chatham (1/4).
BEFORE PENN STATE
Lettered for four years at Sartell-Sauk Rapids, leading as team captain from 2010-2012...Named All-State and a two-time St. Cloud Times Player of the Year...Earned two AP All-State honorable mention accolades...Named to Central Lakes All-Conference Team three times...Left Sartell-Sauk Rapids as all-time leading goal scorer, while setting single-season goals (33) and points (50) records senior year...Scored 102 goals, 69 assists and 168 points in 107 games, leading team to 2012 Central Lakes Conference title and to the State Sectional 8-AA Final.
Kendra Michaela Rasmussen was born February 13, 1994 in St. Cloud, Minn. to Gail Bronas and Rob Rasmussen...Has two brothers named Dustyn Rasmussen and Bjorn Bronas...Majoring in biology with the intend to pursue a career in the medical field.
QUOTING RASMUSSEN ON PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State for its academic excellence, alumni support and the opportunity to be a part of the first Division I women's ice hockey program under Coach Brandwene."