|Hometown:||Mt. Laurel, NJ||Number:||1|
|Club:||Spirit of USA||Caps:||66|
|Futures:||2002-2005||High School:||Lenape High School,
Lewes, DE ('05)
|College:||University of Iowa ('09)|
|Pfeiffer was a two-time all-American and first team all-Big Ten honoree, helping lead Iowa to three-straight Big Ten Tournament championships and the 2008 NCAA Final Four. 53 career goals ranks 9th on Iowa's career goal list
2012: Champions Challenge I (2nd, Dublin, Ireland)
2010: USA/Netherlands/China Three Nation Series... 2010 AtaHolding Women's World Cup Qualifier (2nd, Chula Vista)... "Clash in the Capital" USA vs Argentina series (Washington DC)
2009: USA vs Argentina Series (Chula Vista).
2008: as a Senior... Named Honda Sports Award finalist...named NFHCA first team all-American...selected to first team NFHCA West all-Region team... named to NCAA all-Tournament team... selected to play in the NFHCA Senior All-Star Game... first team all-Big Ten honoree... started all 23 games... ranked first on the team in points (44), goals (20) and shots (129)... named Big Ten Tournament MVP after scoring five goals, including two overtime game-winners, helping lead the Hawkeyes to their third-straight conference tournament championship...
2007: Named an alternate to 2007 USA U21 Tour to China...Named to 2007-08 USA Under-21 Squad. First team all-American by WomensFieldHockey.com... second team all-American by NFHCA... first team Regional all-American... first team all-Big Ten selection... named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 8, after she scored two goals against Northwestern and another against Providence, in addition to an assist... academic all-Big Ten honoree... started all 21 games... letterwinner... led the Big Ten 15 goals, 92 shots and 38 points... she recorded eight assists, second most on the team...named team MVP... academic all-Big Ten.
2006: USA Under-21 Squad...Named second team NFHCA West Regional all-American... Most Valuable Player of the Big Ten Tournament...
2005: Named to the 2005 all-Big Ten Tournament team... tied for second on the team in goals with eight and had two assists for 18 points... scored game-winning goal in 2-1 win against California (Sept. 3)... notched two goals in 6-1 victory over Ball State (Sept. 9)... was successful on first collegiate penalty shot against Michigan (Nov. 4).
Pfeiffer joined the USA National Team in 2009. After graduating from the University of Iowa in 2009, Pfeiffer joined the coaching staff with head coach Tracey Griesbaum.
"We are thrilled to have Lauren back so quickly," said Griesbaum. "Her career as a student-athlete was phenomenal and we will be hard pressed to have anyone surpass her overall performance markers. As Lauren represents Team USA on the National Team, she will also be devoting her time to the coaching side of things. Lauren will be a great addition to our coaching staff; mainly helping with skill development and defensive schemes."