TEAM USA STUDENT-ATHLETE MEDALISTS

The 2018 U.S. Olympic Team wrapped up competition in PyeongChang, taking home 23 medals. Team USA had 58 medalists, of which, 29 are current or former student-athletes from 15 schools.

Collegiate student-athletes earned medals in ice hockey (gold), cross-country team sprint (gold), two-man bobsled (silver), speedskating team pursuit (bronze), figure skating team event (bronze) and freestyle skiing halfpipe (bronze).

Schools with medalists include:

  • University of Minnesota: Hannah Brandt (hockey), Dani Cameranesi (hockey), Amanda Kessel (hockey), Gigi Marvin (hockey), Kelly Pannek (hockey), Lee Stecklein (hockey), Monique Lamoureux-Morando (hockey), Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson (hockey)
  • Boston College: Cayla Barnes (hockey), Kali Flanagan (hockey), Megan Keller (hockey), Emily Pfalzer (hockey), Haley Skarupa (hockey)
  • University of Wisconsin: Brianna Decker (hockey), Meghan Duggan (hockey), Hilary Knight (hockey), Alex Rigsby (hockey)
  • University of Minnesota-Duluth: Sidney Morin (hockey), Maddie Rooney (hockey)
  • University of North Dakota: Monique Lamoureux-Morando (hockey), Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson (hockey)
  • Alaska Pacific University: Kikkan Randall (cross-country skiing)
  • Brown University: Lauren Gibbs (bobsled)
  • University of California, Davis: Brita Sigourney (freestyle skiing)
  • University of Colorado, Colorado Springs: Mirai Nagasu (figure skating)
  • Florida Atlantic University: Brittany Bowe (speedskating)
  • George Washington University: Elana Meyers Taylor (bobsled)
  • Lindenwood University: Nicole Hensley (hockey)
  • University of New Hampshire: Kacey Bellamy (hockey)
  • Northeastern University: Kendall Coyne (hockey)
  • University of Vermont: Amanda Pelkey (hockey)