National team Switzerland
Name Stefany Marty
Height 1.67 m
Role Olympic athlete
Weight 70 kg
|Born April 16, 1988 (age 27)
Nussbaumen, Switzerland (1988-04-16) |
RKS team Former teams Linkopings HC EV Zug New Hampshire Syracuse
Current teams Switzerland women\'s national ice hockey team (#9 / Forward)
Parents Josef Marty, Marie-Louise Nussbaumer
Siblings Julia Marty, Alexander Marty
Similar People Julia Marty, Florence Schelling, Sara Benz, Lara Stalder, Laura Benz
Stefanie Andrea Marty (born 16 April 1988) is a member of the Swiss Olympic women's hockey team and also plays for Syracuse University in the United States. She has been a member of the Swiss National Team since 2003.
While at New Hampshire, she appeared in the Wildcats' 2008 Frozen Four appearance.
Swiss national team
Prior to the NCAA, she was nominated to be Swiss Hockey Woman of the Year in 2005. Her Swiss team placed eighth in the 2004 World Championship at Halifax. Marty appeared in the 2006 Olympic games in Torino where her team earned seventh place. From 2003–2007, she played for the EV Zug in the Swiss league. The team earned two Swiss Championships in 2004 and 2005 and two Swiss Vice-Championships in 2006 and 2007. At the Vancouver Winter Games, she tied the Olympic record for most goals scored in a single tournament with nine and helped her homeland to a fifth-place finish. In a game against Russia at the 2012 IIHF Women's World Championship, Stefanie Marty scored two goals in a 5–2 victory, as Switzerland advanced to the semifinals.
During the week of 2 October 2009, Marty accumulated three points in Syracuse's 3–3 tie at Boston College. In addition, she scored a goal in a game against the New Hampshire Wildcats, her former team.
Marty was part of all four Syracuse goals in a 4–3 win against Princeton. This occurred during the week of 8 December 2009. She assisted on the game-winning goal.
On 1 October 2010, Marty had two goals in a 4–4 tie vs. Northeastern. The Northeastern team featured her twin sister Julia Marty. It was the first time the sisters had played against each other in their NCAA careers.