List of United States women's national ice hockey team rosters

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The following is a list of the women's national ice hockey players for the United States in various international competitions.

Winter Olympics[edit]

2010 Winter Olympics[edit]

The following is the American roster in the women's ice hockey tournament of the 2010 Winter Olympics.[1] view

Position Name Height Weight Birthdate Birthplace 2009–10 team
G Maclaughlin, BrianneBrianne McLaughlin 174 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700159000000000000059 kg (130 lb) June 20, 1987 Sheffield, Ohio United States Robert Morris Colonials
G Schaus, MollyMolly Schaus 174 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700167000000000000067 kg (148 lb) July 29, 1988 Natick, Massachusetts United States Boston Eagles
G Vetter, JessieJessie Vetter 174 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700177000000000000077 kg (170 lb) December 19, 1985 Cottage Grove, Wisconsin United States Wisconsin Badgers
D Bellamy, KaceyKacey Bellamy 174 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700165000000000000065 kg (143 lb) April 22, 1987 Westfield, Massachusetts United States New Hampshire Wildcats
D Cahow, CaitlinCaitlin Cahow 163 cm (5 ft 4 in) 700171000000000000071 kg (157 lb) May 20, 1985 New Haven, Connecticut United States Harvard Crimson
D Chesson, LisaLisa Chesson 169 cm (5 ft 7 in) 700169000000000000069 kg (152 lb) August 18, 1986 Plainfield, Illinois United States Ohio State Buckeyes
D Engstrom, MollyMolly Engstrom 175 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700181000000000000081 kg (179 lb) March 1, 1983 Siren, Wisconsin United States Wisconsin Badgers
D Ruggiero, AngelaAngela RuggieroA 175 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700187000000000000087 kg (192 lb) January 3, 1980 Los Angeles, California United States Harvard Crimson
D Weiland, KerryKerry Weiland 163 cm (5 ft 4 in) 700164000000000000064 kg (141 lb) October 18, 1980 Palmer, Alaska United States Wisconsin Badgers
F Chu, JulieJulie ChuA 174 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700167000000000000067 kg (148 lb) March 13, 1982 Bridgeport, Connecticut United States Harvard Crimson
F Darwitz, NatalieNatalie DarwitzC 160 cm (5 ft 3 in) 700162000000000000062 kg (137 lb) October 13, 1983 Eagan, Minnesota United States Minnesota Golden Gophers
F Duggan, MeghanMeghan Duggan 175 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700174000000000000074 kg (163 lb) September 3, 1987 Danvers, Massachusetts United States Wisconsin Badgers
F Knight, HilaryHilary Knight 178 cm (5 ft 10 in) 700178000000000000078 kg (172 lb) July 12, 1989 Hanover, New Hampshire United States Wisconsin Badgers
F Lamoureux, JocelyneJocelyne Lamoureux 168 cm (5 ft 6 in) 700170000000000000070 kg (150 lb) July 3, 1989 Grand Forks, North Dakota United States North Dakota Fighting Sioux
F Lamoureux, MoniqueMonique Lamoureux 168 cm (5 ft 6 in) 700171000000000000071 kg (157 lb) July 3, 1989 Grand Forks, North Dakota United States North Dakota Fighting Sioux
F Lawler, ErikaErika Lawler 152 cm (5 ft 0 in) 700159000000000000059 kg (130 lb) February 5, 1987 Fitchburg, Massachusetts United States Wisconsin Badgers
F Marvin, GiseleGisele Marvin 174 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700175000000000000075 kg (165 lb) March 7, 1987 Warroad, Minnesota United States Minnesota Golden Gophers
F Potter, JennyJenny PotterA 163 cm (5 ft 4 in) 700166000000000000066 kg (146 lb) January 12, 1979 Edina, Minnesota United States Minnesota Golden Gophers
F Stack, KelliKelli Stack 165 cm (5 ft 5 in) 700159000000000000059 kg (130 lb) January 13, 1988 Brooklyn Heights, Ohio United States Boston Eagles
F Thatcher, KarenKaren Thatcher 174 cm (5 ft 9 in) 700174000000000000074 kg (163 lb) February 29, 1984 Blaine, Washington United States Providence Friars
F Zaugg-Siergiej, JinelleJinelle Zaugg-Siergiej 183 cm (6 ft 0 in) 700182000000000000082 kg (181 lb) March 27, 1986 Eagle River, Wisconsin United States Wisconsin Badgers

2006 Winter Olympics[2][edit]

(won bronze medal)

Caitlin Cahow - Harvard University
Julie Chu - Harvard University
Natalie Darwitz - University of Minnesota
Pam Dreyer - Brown University
Tricia Dunn-Luoma - University of New Hampshire
Molly Engstrom - University of Wisconsin
Chanda Gunn - Northeastern University
Jamie Hagerman - Harvard University
Kim Insalaco - Brown University
Kathleen Kauth - Brampton Thunder (NWHL)
Courtney Kennedy - University of Minnesota
Katie King - Brown University
Kristin King - Dartmouth College
Sarah Parsons - Noble & Greenough High School
Jenny Schmidgall-Potter - University of Minnesota-Duluth
Helen Resor - Yale University
Angela Ruggiero - Harvard University
Kelly Stephens - University of Minnesota
Lyndsay Wall - University of Minnesota
Krissy Wendell - University of Minnesota

2002 Winter Olympics[3][edit]

(won silver medal)

Chris Bailey - Providence College
Laurie Baker - Providence College
Karyn Bye - University of New Hampshire
Julie Chu - Harvard University
Natalie Darwitz - University of Minnesota
Sara DeCosta - Providence College
Tricia Dunn-Luoma - University of New Hampshire
Cammi Granato - Vancouver Griffins (NWHL)
Courtney Kennedy - University of Minnesota
Andrea Kilbourne - Northwood School (High School)
Katie King - Brown University
Shelley Looney - Vancouver Griffins (NWHL)
Sue Merz - University of New Hampshire
A. J. Mleczko - Harvard University
Tara Mounsey - Brown University
Jenny Schmidgall-Potter - University of Minnesota-Duluth
Angela Ruggiero - Harvard University
Sarah Tueting - Dartmouth College
Lyndsay Wall - University of Minnesota
Krissy Wendell - University of Minnesota

1998 Winter Olympics[edit]

(won inaugural gold medal)

IIHF World Women's Championships[edit]

2011 Roster[edit]

The following is the American roster in the women's ice hockey tournament of the 2011 IIHF Women's World Championship.

Goaltenders
Number Player Club
1 Molly Schaus United States Boston Blades (CWHL)
29 Brianne McLaughlin Canada Burlington Barracudas (CWHL)
31 Jessica Vetter United States University of Wisconsin
Defensemen
Number Player Club
4 Angela Ruggiero United States Boston Blades (CWHL)
8 Caitlin Cahow United States Boston Blades (CWHL)
9 Molly Engstrom Canada Brampton Thunder (CWHL)
15 Anne Schleper United States University of Minnesota
22 Kacey Bellamy United States Boston Blades (CWHL)
24 Josephine Pucci United States Harvard University
Forwards
Number player Club
3 Jen Schoullis United States University of Minnesota
7 Monique Lamoureux-Kolls United States University of North Dakota
10 Meghan Duggan United States Boston Blades (CWHL)
12 Jenny Potter United States Minnesota Whitecaps (WWHL)
13 Julie Chu Canada Montreal Stars (CWHL)
14 Brianna Decker United States University of Wisconsin
16 Kelli Stack United States Boston Blades (CWHL)
17 Jocelyne Lamoureux United States University of North Dakota
19 Gisele Marvin United States Boston Blades (CWHL)
21 Hilary Knight United States University of Wisconsin
26 Kendall Coyne United States Berkshire School
27 Kelley Steadman United States Mercyhurst College

[4]

2009 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships[5][edit]

(won gold medal)

Goaltenders:

Molly Schaus - Boston College
Jessica Vetter - University of Wisconsin
Megan van Beusekom - Minnesota Whitecaps

Defense:

Kacey Bellamy - University of New Hampshire
Caitlin Cahow - Minnesota Whitecaps
Lisa Chesson - Minnesota Whitecaps
Molly Engstrom - Minnesota Whitecaps
Helen Resor - Yale University
Angela Ruggiero - Minnesota Whitecaps
Kerry Weiland - U.S. National Team

Forwards:

Julie Chu - Minnesota Whitecaps
Natalie Darwitz - U.S. National Team
Meghan Duggan - University of Wisconsin
Hilary Knight - University of Wisconsin
Erika Lawler - University of Wisconsin
Jocelyne Lamoureux - University of Minnesota
Monique Lamoureux - University of Minnesota
Gigi Marvin - University of Minnesota
Jenny Potter - Minnesota Whitecaps
Kelli Stack - Boston College
Karen Thatcher - Minnesota Whitecaps

2008 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships[6][edit]

(won gold medal)

Goaltenders:

Molly Schaus - Boston College
Jessie Vetter - University of Wisconsin

Defense:

Kacey Bellamy - University of New Hampshire
Caitlin Cahow - Harvard University
Julie Chu - Minnesota Whitecaps
Rachael Drazan - University of Minnesota
Molly Engstrom - Vaughan Flames
Angela Ruggiero - Minnesota Whitecaps
Kerry Weiland - Vaughan Flames

Forwards:

Natalie Darwitz - Minnesota Whitecaps
Meghan Duggan - University of Wisconsin
Sami Faber - University of New Hampshire
Hilary Knight - University of Wisconsin
Jess Koizumi - Minnesota Whitecaps
Erika Lawler - University of Wisconsin
Gigi Marvin - University of Minnesota
Sarah Parsons - Dartmouth College
Jenny Potter - Minnesota Whitecaps
Kelli Stack - Boston College
Karen Thatcher - Vaughan Flames

2007 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships[7][edit]

(won silver medal)

Goaltenders:

Chanda Gunn - U.S. National Team
Jessica Vetter - University of Wisconsin

Defense:

Caitlin Cahow - Harvard University
Molly Engstrom - U.S. National Team
Kelli Halcisak - East Coast Wizards
Helen Resor - Yale University
Angela Ruggiero - U.S. National Team
Kerry Weiland - Etobicoke Dolphins

Forwards:

Julie Chu - Harvard University
Natalie Darwitz - Minnesota Whitecaps
Meghan Duggan - University of Wisconsin
Tiffany Hagge - Mississauga Aeros
Kristin King - Minnesota Whitecaps
Hilary Knight - Choate Rosemary Hall
Erika Lawler - University of Wisconsin
Gigi Marvin - University of Minnesota
Sarah Parsons - Dartmouth College
Jenny Potter - U.S. National Team
Krissy Wendell - Etobicoke Dolphins
Jinelle Zaugg - University of Wisconsin

2005 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships[edit]

Position Jersey number
Name
Height (cm) Weight (kg) Birthdate Birthplace 2004-05 team
GK 30 Gunn, ChandaChanda Gunn 171 62.5 27 January 1980 Huntington Beach, California United States U.S. Women’s Select Team
GK 1 Van Beusekom, MeganMegan Van Beusekom 174 70.5 14 December 1981 Loretto, Minnesota United States Minnesota Whitecaps
D 13 Chu, JulieJulie Chu 174 68 13 March 1982 Fairfield, Connecticut United States Harvard University
D 9 Engstrom, MollyMolly Engstrom 177 76 1 March 1983 Siren, Wisconsin United States University of Wisconsin
D 11 Hagerman, JamieJamie Hagerman 177 76 7 May 1981 North Andover, Massachusetts United States U.S. Women’s Select Team
D 3 Kennedy, CourtneyCourtney Kennedy 177 86.5 29 March 1979 Woburn, Massachusetts Canada Vancouver Griffins
D 6 Resor, HelenHelen Resor 179 70.5 18 October 1985 Greenwich, Connecticut United States Yale University
D 4 Ruggiero, AngelaAngela Ruggiero (A) 177 86.5 3 January 1980 Harper Woods, Michigan Canada Montreal Axion
D 5 Wall, LyndsayLyndsay Wall 174 70.5 12 May 1985 Churchville, New York United States University of Minnesota
F 22 Darwitz, NatalieNatalie Darwitz 157 63.5 13 October 1983 Eagan, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota
F 21 Granato, CammiCammi Granato (C) 171 63.5 25 March 1971 Downers Grove, Illinois Canada B.C. Breakers
F 10 Insalaco, KimKim Insalaco 169 63.5 4 November 1980 Rochester, New York Canada Oakville Ice
F 18 Kauth, KathleenKathleen Kauth 174 68 28 March 1979 Saratoga Springs, New York Canada Brampton Thunder
F 20 King, KatieKatie King 177 76 24 May 1975 Salem, New Hampshire United States U.S. Women’s Select Team
F 19 King, KristinKristin King 163 63.5 21 July 1979 Piqua, Ohio Canada Oakville Ice
F 15 Looney, ShelleyShelley Looney 166 63.5 21 January 1972 Brownstown Township, Michigan Canada U.S. Women’s National Team
F 27 Parsons, SarahSarah Parsons 174 63.5 27 July 1987 Dover, Massachusetts United States Noble and Greenough School
F 12 Potter, JennyJenny Potter (A) 163 65.5 12 January 1979 Eagan, Minnesota United States U.S. Women’s Select Team
F 14 Stephens, KellyKelly Stephens 169 59 4 June 1983 Seattle, Washington United States University of Minnesota
F 7 Wendell, KrissyKrissy Wendell 169 70.5 12 September 1981 Brooklyn Park, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota

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2004 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships[edit]

Position Jersey number
Name
Height (cm) Weight (kg) Birthdate Birthplace 2003-04 team
GK 31 Dreyer, PamPam Dreyer 166 70.5 9 August 1981 Eagle River, Alaska United States U.S. Women’s Select Team
GK 30 Gunn, ChandaChanda Gunn 171 62.5 27 January 1980 Huntington Beach, California United States Northeastern University
D 3 Engstrom, MollyMolly Engstrom 177 76 1 March 1983 Siren, Wisconsin United States University of Wisconsin
D 26 Halcisak, KelliKelli Halcisak 174 65.5 26 January 1982 Grosse Ile, Michigan United States Providence College
D 10 Insalaco, KimKim Insalaco 169 63.5 4 November 1980 Rochester, New York Canada Oakville Ice
D 4 Ruggiero, AngelaAngela Ruggiero 177 86.5 3 January 1980 Harper Woods, Michigan United States Harvard University
D 6 Vasichek, JulianneJulianne Vasichek 179 79.5 9 February 1983 Great Falls, Montana United States University of Minnesota-Duluth
D 8 Weiland, KerryKerry Weiland 163 61 18 October 1980 Palmer, Alaska United States U.S. Women’s Select Team
F 13 Chu, JulieJulie Chu 174 70.5 13 March 1982 Fairfield, Connecticut United States Harvard University
F 22 Darwitz, NatalieNatalie Darwitz 157 59 13 October 1983 Eagan, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota
F 25 Dunn, TriciaTricia Dunn 174 68 25 April 1974 Derry, New Hampshire United States U.S. Women’s Select Team
F 21 Granato, CammiCammi Granato 171 63.5 25 March 1971 Downers Grove, Illinois Canada Vancouver Griffins
F 18 Kauth, KathleenKathleen Kauth 174 68 28 March 1979 Saratoga Springs, New York Canada Brampton Thunder
F 9 Kilbourne, AndreaAndrea Kilbourne 169 79.5 19 April 1980 Saranac Lake, New York United States Princeton University
F 20 King, KatieKatie King 177 76 24 May 1975 Salem, New Hampshire United States U.S. Women’s Select Team
F 19 King, KristinKristin King 163 61 21 July 1979 Piqua, Ohio Canada Oakville Ice
F 15 Looney, ShelleyShelley Looney 166 63.5 21 January 1972 Brownstown Township, Michigan Canada Vancouver Griffins
F 12 Potter, JennyJenny Potter 163 65.5 12 January 1979 Eagan, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota-Duluth
F 7 Stephens, KellyKelly Stephens 169 59 4 June 1983 Seattle, Washington United States University of Minnesota
F 17 Wendell, KrissyKrissy Wendell 169 70.5 12 September 1981 Brooklyn Park, Minnesota United States University of Minnesota

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2001 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships[10][edit]

(won silver medal)

Goaltenders:

Sara DeCosta - U.S. Women National Team
Sarah Tueting - U.S. Women National Team

Defense:

Winny Brodt - U.S. Women National Team
Karyn Bye - U.S. Women National Team
Nicki Luongo - U.S. Women National Team
Sue Merz - U.S. Women National Team
A. J. Mleczko - U.S. Women National Team
Angela Ruggiero - U.S. Women National Team

Forwards:

Chris Bailey - U.S. Women National Team
Alana Blahoski - U.S. Women National Team
Julie Chu - U.S. Women National Team
Natalie Darwitz - U.S. Women National Team
Tricia Dunn - U.S. Women National Team
Cammi Granato - U.S. Women National Team
Annamarie Holmes - U.S. Women National Team
Katie King - U.S. Women National Team
Shelley Looney - U.S. Women National Team
Jennifer Schmidgall - U.S. Women National Team
Krissy Wendell - U.S. Women National Team
Carisa Zaban - U.S. Women National Team

2000 IIHF Women's World Championship[11][edit]

(won silver medal)

Goaltenders:

Sara DeCosta - Providence College
Sarah Tueting - U.S. Women's Select Team

Defense:

Chris Bailey - U.S. Women's Select Team
Winny Brodt - University of Minnesota
Nicki Luongo - U.S. Women's Select Team
Sue Merz - U.S. Women's Select Team
Angela Ruggiero - Harvard University

Forwards:

Laurie Baker - U.S. Women's Select Team
Alana Blahoski - U.S. Women's Select Team
Karyn Bye - U.S. Women's Select Team
Natalie Darwitz - Eagan High School
Tricia Dunn - U.S. Women's Select Team
Brandy Fisher - U.S. Women's Select Team
Cammi Granato - U.S. Women's Select Team
Katie King - U.S. Women's Select Team
Shelley Looney - U.S. Women's Select Team
A. J. Mleczko - U.S. Women's Select Team
Stephanie O'Sullivan - U.S. Women's Select Team
Jennifer Schmidgall - University of Minnesota
Krissy Wendell - Park Center Senior High School

1999 IIHF Women's World Championship[12][edit]

(won silver medal)

Goaltenders:

Laurie Belliveau - Yale University
Erin Whitten - US National Team

Defense:

Chris Bailey - Providence College
Amy Coelho - Dartmouth College
Catherine Hanson - Providence College
Sue Merz - US National Team
Tara Mounsey - Brown University
Angela Ruggiero - Harvard University

Forwards:

Alana Blahoski - Providence College
Karyn Bye - University of New Hampshire
Natalie Darwitz - Eagan High School
Tricia Dunn - US National Team
Brandy Fisher - University of New Hampshire
Cammi Granato - US National Team
Sarah Hood - Dartmouth College
Katie King - US National Team
Shelley Looney - US National Team
Steph O'Sullivan - US National Team
Jennifer Schmidgall - US National Team
Krissy Wendell - Park Center Senior High School

1997 IIHF Women's World Championship[13][edit]

(won silver medal)

Goaltenders:

Sarah Tueting - Dartmouth College
Erin Whitten - University of New Hampshire

Defense:

Chris Bailey - Providence College
Colleen Coyne - University of New Hampshire
Tara Mounsey - Brown University
Vicki Movsessian - University of New Hampshire
Kelly O'Leary - Providence College
Angela Ruggiero - Choate Rosemary Hall

Forwards:

Laurie Baker - Providence College
Alana Blahoski - Providence College
Lisa Brown-Miller - Providence College
Karyn Bye - University of New Hampshire
Tricia Dunn - University of New Hampshire
Cammi Granato - Providence College
Katie King - Brown University
Shelley Looney - Northeastern University
Allison "AJ" Mleczko - Harvard University
Steph O'Sullivan - Providence College
Gretchen Ulion - Dartmouth College
Sandra Whyte - Harvard University
Barbara Gordon - Colby College (alternate)

1994 IIHF Women's World Championship[14][edit]

(won silver medal)

Goalies:

Kelly Dyer - Northeastern University
Jennifer Hanley - St. Thomas University
Erin Whitten - University of New Hampshire

Defense:

Chris Bailey - Providence College
Colleen Coyne - University of New Hampshire
Shawna Davidson - University of New Hampshire
Shelly DiFronzo - University of New Hampshire
Vicki Movsessian - University of New Hampshire
Kelly O'Leary - Providence College

Forwards:

Beth Beagan - Providence College
Steph Boyd - University of Toronto
Lisa Brown - Providence College
Karyn Bye - University of New Hampshire
Cindy Curley - Providence College
Cammi Granato - Providence College
Shelley Looney - Northeastern University
Sue Merz - University of New Hampshire
Steph O'Sullivan - Providence College
Jeanine Sobek - Northeastern University
Gretchen Ulion - Dartmouth College
Sandra Whyte - Harvard University

1992 IIHF Women's World Championship[15][edit]

(won silver medal)

Goalies:

Kelly Dyer - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Jennifer Hanley - Edina High School
Erin Whitten - University of New Hampshire

Defense:

Lauren Apollo - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Cindy Curley - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Shawna Davidson - University of New Hampshire
Kelly O'Leary - Providence College
Jeanine Sobek - Northeastern University
Ellen Weinberg - University of New Hampshire

Forwards:

Michele Amidon - Kingswood-Oxford School
Beth Beagan - Providence College
Lisa Brown - Providence College
Karyn Bye - University of New Hampshire
Colleen Coyne - University of New Hampshire
Cammi Granato - Providence College
Kim Haman - West Valley High
Kathy Issel - Michigan Capitals
Shelley Looney - Northeastern University
Sue Merz - University of New Hampshire
Tina Cardinale - Nighthawks Hockey
Wendy Tatarouns - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Sandra Whyte - Harvard University

1990 IIHF Women's World Championship[16][edit]

(won silver medal)

Goalies:

Kelly Dyer - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Mary Jones - University of Wisconsin–Madison

Defense:

Lauren Apollo - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Yvonne Percy - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Sharon Stidsen - Nighthawks Hockey
Kelley Owen - Bobcats Women's Ice Hockey
Judy Parish - Dartmouth College
Kelly O'Leary - Providence College

Forwards:

Beth Beagan - Providence College
Lisa Brown - Providence College and Coach - Princeton University
Tina Cardinale - Nighthawks Hockey
Heidi Chalupnik - University of New Hampshire
Cindy Curley - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Shawna Davidson - University of New Hampshire
Maria Dennis - Georgetown University
Kimberly Eisenreid - Cheektowaga Hockey
Cammi Granato - Providence College
Sue Merz - Connecticut Polar Bears
Julie Sasner - Assabet Valley Patriots (MBHL)
Jeanine Sobek - Minnesota Thoroughbreds

See also[edit]

References[edit]