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College Hockey:
U.S. Collegians on Four Nations Rosters

The following are current U.S. college players who were selected the national teams of the U.S., Canada, Finland or Sweden for the Four Nations Cup from Nov. 10-14. Eight of the 15 players named to the U.S. Four Nations roster so far are current U.S. college players, as are 13 of the 40 players named to the Canadian Thanksgiving festival.

 Player         Year Pos. Ht.  Wt. DOB    Hometown       National Team

Dartmouth (3)
Gillian Apps Jr. F 5-11 175 11/2/83 Unionville, ON Canada
Tiffany Hagge Jr. F 5-9 165 5/3/84 Minneapolis, Minn. USA
Katie Weatherston Jr. F 5-4 145 4/6/83 Thunder Bay, ON Canada

Harvard (2)
Julie Chu Jr. D 5-8 155 3/13/82 Fairfield, Conn. USA
Sarah Vaillancourt Fr. F 5-5 142 5/8/85 Sherbrooke, QC Canada

Minnesota-Duluth (3)
Caroline Ouellette Sr. F 5-11 171 5/25/79 Montreal, QC Canada
Anna-Kaisa Piiroinen So. G 5-7 12/12/84 Salo, Finland Finland
Nora Tallus Sr. F 5-3 147 2/9/81 Kerava, Finland Finland

Minnesota (4)
Natalie Darwitz Jr. F 5-2 130 10/13/83 Eagan, Minn. USA
Lyndsay Wall So. D 5-8 142 5/12/85 Churchville, N.Y. USA
Kelly Stephens Sr. F 5-6 130 6/4/83 Seattle, Wash. USA
Krissy Wendell Jr. F 5-6 155 9/12/81 Brooklyn Park, Minn. USA

Ohio State (1)
Tessa Bonhomme So. D 5-7 140 7/23/85 Sudbury, ON Canada

Princeton (1)
Liz Keady So. F 5-7 145 8/16/85 Boston, Mass. USA

Wisconsin (2)
Molly Engstrom Sr. D 5-9 170 3/1/83 Siren, Wis. USA
Carla MacLeod Sr. D 5-4 138 6/16/82 Calgary, AB Canada Red


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