Here's a look at all the schools whose former players recorded at least 5 total points in Pyeongchang 2018:
UMD led the way with 24 total points — 9 goals and 15 assists. The women's team was responsible for the majority of that production (22 total points) led by 6 points from Lara Stalder (Switzerland) and 5 from Erika Grahm (Sweden).
Here's UMD's goal, assist and point breakdown by men and women:
North Dakota totaled 21 points from alums in the games, registering 12 goals and 9 assists, with 20 of those points on the women's side. Michelle Karvinen (Finland) totaled 6 points and both Susanna Tapani (Finland) and Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson (USA) totaled 5 points.
Note: North Dakota's women's hockey program was eliminated in 2017.
Here's UND's goal, assist and point breakdown by men and women:
Wisconsin notched 20 points in the Olympics — 7 goals and 13 assists. The Badgers were a bit more balanced between the men's and women's teams than the other two top teams at the games, with the women notching 14 points and the men 6. Rene Bourque (Canada) led all Wisconsin skaters with 4 points and three former Badgers on the women's side recorded three points (Blayre Turnbull, Candad; Brianna Decker and Hilary Knight, USA).
Here's Wisconsin's goal, assist and point breakdown by men and women: