The Team USA Women and Men's Hockey teams will hit PyeongChang in February on a quest for Olympic Gold. Who makes up the teams this year? Here's a look at the team rosters:
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The 46-person hockey rosters (men plus women) are made up from players from or currently playing at 18 different universities and three men's players who went straight to pros and didn't play in college.
Here's a breakdown of the colleges represented on Team USA from both the men's and women's sides:
Team USA Men's & Women's Hockey Breakdown by College
When you break it down by the men's and women's teams individually, you'll notice the men have compiled the roster from a few more places, with the women's team more top-heavy with specific schools.
Here's the breakdown of the men's team by school:
Team USA Men's Hockey Breakdown by College
Boston University is the top provider of players to the men's team, with four former Terriers on the team. Yale has three, Harvard and St. Cloud State have two, and no other team has more than one former player.
Team USA Women's Hockey Breakdown by College
The 23-person roster for the women comes from nine schools compared to the 13 who make up the men's team — and it's top-heavy from three universities. The roster features six current or former Minnesota Golden Gophers, five current or former Boston College Eagles, and four former Wisconsin Badgers.
The now-defunct North Dakota women's hockey team has two alumni on the roster — sisters Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson, as does Minnesota Duluth. No other schools have more than two players on the team.
For more on the Team USA Hockey Teams check out usahockey.com.