Six current NCAA student-athletes will represent the United States in the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea, set to begin next month. Four male student-athletes and two female student-athletes were selected to the U.S. Olympic hockey teams respectively, with the men's tournament set to run from Feb. 14-25 and the women's from Feb. 10-22.

Will Borgen (St. Cloud State), Ryan Donato (Harvard), Jordan Greenway (Boston University) and Troy Terry (Denver) will represent the men's team. Maddie Rooney (Minnesota Duluth) and Kelly Pannek (Minnesota) were named to the women's roster.

Below are all the participants from both U.S. squads who have NCAA ties as either a current or former student-athlete:

Men's roster:
NAME POSITION COLLEGE
Mark Arcobello F Yale
Chad Billins D Ferris State
Will Borgen D St. Cloud State
Chris Bourque F Boston University
Bobby Butler F New Hampshire
Ryan Donato F Harvard
Brian Gionta F Boston College
Matt Gilroy D Boston University
Jordan Greenway F Boston University
Ryan Gunderson D Vermont
Chad Kolarik F Michigan
Broc Little F Yale
John McCarthy F Boston University
Brian O'Neill F Yale
Garrett Roe F St. Cloud State
Jim Slater F Michigan State
Ryan Stoa F Minnesota
Troy Terry F Denver
Noah Welch D Harvard
Ryan Zapolski G Mercyhurst
Women's roster:
Name Position College
Lee Stecklein D Minnesota 
Cayla Barnes D Boston College 
Megan Keller D Boston College 
Kali Flanagan D Boston College 
Monique Lamoureux-Morando F North Dakota/Minnesota 
Emily Pfalzer D Boston College 
Meghan Duggan F Boston College 
Haley Skarupa F Boston College 
Kelly Pannek F University of Minnesota 
Brianna Decker F Wisconsin 
Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson F North Dakota 
Gigi Marvin F Minnesota 
Hannah Brandt F Minnesota 
Hilary Knight F Wisconsin 
Kacey Bellamy D New Hampshire 
Dani Cameranesi F Minnesota 
Kendall Coyne F Northeastern 
Amanda Kessel F Wisconsin 
Nicole Hensley G Lindenwood 
Alex Rigsby G Wisconsin 
Maddie Rooney G Minnesota Duluth 
Amanda Pelkey F Vermont 
Sidney Morin D Minnesota Duluth 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is the first time since the 1992 Olympics that the NHL will not participate in the Winter Olympics. 

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The women's team opens its quest for the gold medal Sunday, Feb. 11 at 2:40 a.m. ET against Finland, while the men open Wednesday, Feb. 14 at 7:10 a.m. ET against Slovenia.

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