Nesburg has established herself as one of the top goaltenders in the nation. Last year she was a NFHCA Mideast Region second team selection and earned first team All-Ivy honors. She led the Ivy League in saves (142), was fourth in goals against average ( 1.91) and had six games where she made at least 10 saves, including against UConn when she stopped a season-high 18 shots. In addition she was the MVP of the ECAC Tournament and was an Academic All-Ivy selection. As a sophomore, Nesburg earned second team NFHCA Regional All-America honors and was an honorable mention All-Ivy selection. Her 129 saves were second in the Ivy League. She is also currently a member of the under-23 U.S National Team and represented the U.S. in the Pan American Indoor Tournament in 2002. As a freshman, Nesburg led the Ivy League in saves with 159. At Oak Park-River Forest High School, Nesburg led her team to the state championship her senior year, earning her first team all-state honors and team MVP. She competed in the Olympic Development B camp and was invited to the A camp in 2000 and 2001. Her sister, Kara, is a 2001 Yale graduate and field hockey player.
"Krissy is a 'difference maker.' Her presence in the goal is fantastic and her control of the defensive unit is extraordinary. She has so much desire to be successful and it transcends to the entire team and program. As a member of the u-23 National team, she continues to bring excellent international exposure to the team."