Elizabeth (“Biz”) Bauer grew up playing hockey in Wausau, Wisconsin.  She played high school hockey for the Central Wisconsin Storm where her team compiled a 62-17-3 record and earned three trips to the state tournament.  In only three seasons and 80 games she scored 125 points, including 82 assists (a Storm career record) and is the sixth leading point scorer in team history.  As a junior and senior she was captain and as a senior named 2nd Team All-State.  After graduating high school in 2016, she continued her hockey career at UW- Eau Claire where she helped lead the Blugolds to their first three national tournament berths, two O’Brien Cup Tournament Championships and one WIAC Conference Championship and an overall 80-26-9 record.  She currently holds the UW- Eau Claire Women’s Hockey record for assists (65) and accumulated over 100 career points, she is second overall in points in Blugold history.  She was a captain as a senior and named to the NCAA D-III All-American Team in 2020.  Elizabeth got her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and minored in coaching during her four years at UW- Eau Claire.

Post college graduation Elizabeth pursued her dream of playing pro hockey and is currently playing in the PWHPA with the Minnesota region ‘Team Adidas’.

Elizabeth is passionate about coaching and helping athletes reach their full potential. She enjoys watching her athlete’s progress throughout their time at MAP and understands the work ethic and determination that it takes to get to the next level.  In addition to her work for MAP, she also enjoys giving back to the game by coaching Tier I AAA Girl’s U-16 Hockey.

Elizabeth has four siblings including a twin sister Emily, who played with her at Eau Claire. Her brother played hockey at UM-Crookston and her father has been a high school hockey coach in Wisconsin for over thirty years.

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