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Twenty-six year old, Brianne McLaughlin is a native of Sheffield Village, Ohio (west of Cleveland) and a graduate of Elyria Catholic High School. She was the goaltender for the 2010 Silver-medal-winning US women's Olympic Hockey Team and is returning in that position for the 2014 games.
McLaughlin attended Robert Morris University where she played four years of hockey. In college, she set an NCAA record with 3809 career saves. This is McLaughlin's second Olympic games.
Another member of the US Women's Hockey Team, 26-year-old Kelli Stack hails from Brooklyn Heights (just south of Cleveland). Stack, who plays forward, is a two-time member of the US National Women's Hockey team, a team that won gold in 2008-2009. Stack attends Boston College where she is ranked seventh in the NCAA in hockey. She was also a member of the Silver-medal-winning 2010 Olympic team. Stack now plays for the Boston Blades CWFL hockey team.
Stack has amassed numerous honors, including being named Hockey East's Player and Rookie of the Year and receiving the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award and the Ohio High School Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Award in high school.