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Jetta Rackleff

Senior Women Inline - 2009-13, 2015-16 3 Gold Medals, 3 Silver Medals, 1 Bronze Medal Junior Women Inline - 2005-08 4 Gold Medals

Athlete Bio


Bend, OR


Summit High School Rochester Institute of Technology, Central Oregon Community College

USA Roller Sports Scholarship Recipient...College Hockey America Women’s Ice Hockey Conference Champions – Two years...NCAA Tournament Elite 8 Appearance – One year...College Hockey America All-Academic Team – Two years
  • Upon trade to Boston Blades, regular season goaltender
  • Drafted 52nd overall in 2016 CWHL Draft to the Brampton Thunder
  • NCAA D1 Ice Hockey National Ranked in Save Percentage: (12th, .933%SV Overall, .945%SV Conference)
  • RIT Student Athlete of the Week (x2)
  • College Hockey America Goalie of the Month (Dec. 2015)
  • NCAA D1 Ice Hockey College Hockey American Conference Champions 2014 & 2015
  • College Hockey America All-Academic Team 2014 & 2015
  • NCAA D1 Ice Hockey Tournament Elite 8 2015
  • Various AAU, NARCH, TORHS, ECHO and StateWars National and Regional Championships. In female/male divisions. All-American/Tournament teams and top goaltender
Photo by Coburn Swem

Began Skating: 5

Sponsor: Revision Hockey - Vaughn Hockey - PadSkinz

Occupation: Chemical Engineer/Athlete

Employer: Rochester Institute of Technology/CWHL

High School: Summit High School

High School Graduation: 2009

High School Location: Bend, OR

High School Sports: Inline hockey, ice hockey and ski racing

Other High School Activities: Orchestra and Honor Society

College: Rochester Institute of Technology/Central Oregon Community College

College Graduation: 2017

Major: Chemical Engineering/Mechanical Engineering Minor

College Sports: NCAA D1 Women's Ice Hockey

Other College Activities: Inline Hockey Club - Ice Hockey Club - Ski Racing Club

Photo by Eddy Wegrzyn

International Experience:
Senior Women's Inline Hockey World Championships - 2009-13, 2015-16 3 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze

Junior Women's Inline Hockey World Championships - 2005-08 4 Gold

USA Roller Sports Inline Hockey Committee Athlete Representative

- 2015 World Championship Statistics: .951% Save Percentage, 0.86 Goals Against Average

- 2016 World Championship Statistics: .963% Save Percentage, 0.83 Goals Against Average

- USA Hockey Senior Women National Champion 2013, 

Other Sports: Ski racing, mountain biking and road biking. 

Awards Outside Of Skating: 

RIT Trustee Scholarship
RIT Women’s Council Scholarship
RIT Women's Council Scholarship 
MetLife Pathways Scholarship
RIT Dean's List (x2)
COCC Dean's List (x6)
Inducted into Sigma Alpha Pi (National Society of Leadership & Success)
AIChE, SWE and WE@RIT Member

Photo by Eddy Wegrzyn

Ski racing regional/divisional/national rankings and race placements:
Top-3 nationally ranked for age group in Super-G and Downhill (U16 & U18)
North American, Western Region & Pacific Northwest Championship Team Racer

Life Goals: Be happy - Become an Olympic athlete - Find my adventure buddy

Career Goals: Become a chemical engineer in athletic/food company - Become a life coach/personal trainer

Skating Goals: Become an Olympian, work hard to win a gold medal  - See Inline Hockey in the Olympics - Assist the growth and development of women's hockey - Always love the game and have fun playing!

Favorite Sports Figure: John Cena

Favorite Food Before Competition: Chicken, veggies and rice

Favorite Movie: Up/Despicable Me

Favorite Place To Shop: GoalieMonkey

Favorite Competition Music: EDM

Favorite Posession: Ramon, my 1994 red Honda Del Sol

Hobbies: Reading, cycling (road or mountain), working on my car and/or cooking.

One Word To Describe You: Jovial

What Makes You Unique: A fun mix of athlete, engineer and adventurer. I'm determined and compassionate. I do my best to be excellent in every sector of my life.  

Who Do You Admire Greatest Influence: My grandmother. She has overcome breast cancer, broken her back, broken her hip, had about eight heart surgeries, had pneumonia and is turning 94 soon. She inspires me everyday. She is always positive, no matter the circumstance, and every soul she encounters feels her gentle, warm and kind heart. 

Father: John Rackleff

Mother: Cathy Hammond

Brothers: Skyler Rackleff


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