Look for third straight win vs. the Coyotes
2007: Hubbard has started 50 of the last 51 UW games, being a driving force behind the Cowgirl defense. Hubbard refined her game and made herself into an offensive threat as well as the defensive stalwart by scoring two goals and adding one assist, both firsts for her career. She took 21 shots and helped the Cowgirls achieve the lowest goals allowed in conference history with three.
2006: Hubbard continued to be the "glue" of the Cowgirls defense and will be the only returning starter to the Cowgirl defense for the 2007 season. Entering the 2007 season, she has started 33 consecutive games. She started all 19 games for the second straight year, put three shots on goal and earned her second letter award. She helped the defense achieve a GAA of 1.20, the third best in school history.
2005: Hubbard was a vital part of the Cowgirl defense as a true freshman. She played in all 19 games and started the final fourteen games of the season. She helped lead the defense to a goals against average of 1.01, the best in school history. The defense also shutout its opponents seven times and held them to just one goal on seven other occasions. She took fifteen shots on the year, the most by a defender. She earned her first letter award at Wyoming.
High School: Hubbard was a four year starter and letterwinner at Lewis Palmer High School in Colorado Springs. Following her senior season, she was named Colorado 5A Second Team All-State. She was also a Colorado Springs coaches First Team All-League selection and a Colorado Springs Gazette First Team All-Area selection. She was a team captain and the Co-MVP of Lewis Palmer High as a senior. Following her junior season, she was named 4A First Team All-State and Colorado Springs 4A Coaches All-League First Team. She was selected as her team's MVP her junior season as she helped lead her team to the 4A State Quarterfinals. As a sophomore, she was named 4A All-State Honorable Mention and 4A Coaches First Team All-League as Palmer advanced to the State Quarterfinals. As a freshman, she was named Colorado Springs 4A Coaches Honorable Mention and the Freshman Rookie of the Year.
Personal: She was born September 24, 1986 in Colorado Springs, Colo. She is the daughter of Jackie and the late Richard Hubbard. She has an older sister, Lindsay. She was also recruited by Tulsa, Louisiana Monroe, Louisiana Lafayette, Illinois State and Northern Colorado. She is majoring in psychology.