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1904

Emil Breitkreutz

1902, 1904-05

Men's Track & Field

USA

Emil Breitkruetz was one of three Wisconsin track athletes to compete in the 1904 Olympics in St. Louis.

1904

George Poage

1902-04

Men's Track & Field

USA

George C. Poage, a member of the University of Wisconsin's class of 1903, was the first African-American to win an Olympic medal. Poage competed in the 1904 St. Louis Olympic Games earning bronze medals in both the 200 and 400-meter hurdles.

1904

Frank Waller

19__-__

Men's Track & Field

USA

In just the third edition of the modern Olympic Games, Frank Waller claimed silver medals in both the 400 meters and 400-meter hurdles in St. Louis in 1904, finishing runner-up in each race to U.S. teammate Harry Hillman.

1912

Arlie Mucks, Sr.

1915-16

Men's Track & Field

USA

After competing in both the discus (finishing sixth) and two-handed discus at the 1912 Olympics in Stokholm, Arlie Mucks, Sr. swept the Big Ten discus and shot put titles for Wisconsin in both 1915 and 1916. He also claimed a total of seven AAU titles in the shot and discus and was an All-American on the gridiron, as well, playing for the Badger football team in 1914.

1920

Arlie Schardt

19__-__

Men's Track & Field

USA

After claiming the Big Ten championship in the mile for Wisconsin in 1917, Arlie Schardt went on to become the first UW athlete to win an Olympic gold medal. Schardt was part of the three-man U.S. squad that won gold in the 3,000-meter team race, a now-discontinued event, at the 1920 Games in Antwerpen.

1925

Charles McGinnis

1925-27

Men's Track & Field

USA

A versatile jumper, Charles McGinnis earned All-America honors in the high jump while competing collegiately for Wisconsin and went on to claim a bronze medal in the pole vault at the 1928 Games in Amsterdam. He was a three-time Big Ten champion for the Badgers.

1948

Don Gehrmann

1947-50

Men's Track & Field

USA

No one in the storied history of the UW track and field program won more Big Ten championships than Don Gehrmann, who claimed 15 conference titles from 1946 to 1950. In between, Gehrmann competed for the U.S. in the 1,500 meters at the 1948 Olympics in London, finishing seventh. A four-time All-American, Gehrmann won three NCAA titles at Wisconsin and is the only man to win four consecutive Big Ten crowns in the mile.

1948

Lloyd LaBeach

1946

Men's Track & Field

Panama

Two years after earning three All-America honors in his only season at Wisconsin (including runner-up finishes in both the 100- and 220-yard dashes), Lloyd LaBeach scored a pair of bronze medals for his native Panama at the 1948 Summer Games in London. LaBeach took third in the 100 meters and also was third in the 200 meters in an extremely tight finish.

1968

Stewart MacDonald

1967-72

Men's Rowing

USA

Stewart MacDonald placed fifth in the pair with coxswain at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. He also placed fifth in the four with coxswain at the 1972 games in Munich, Germany. MacDonald returned to the Olympics as a coach in 1984..

1971

David Bush

1971-72

Men's Diving

USA

Twice an All-American at Wisconsin, David Bush finished third in three-meter diving at the 1971 NCAA Championships and went on to compete for the U.S. in the Olympics a year later in Munich.

1972

Mike Manley

1963-64

Men's Track & Field

USA

Mike Manley competed just two seasons at Wisconsin, but was the 1964 Big Ten champion in the outdoor mile and went on to participate in the 1972 Munich Olympics for the United States.

1972

Paul Jarvie

1973-77

Men's Swimming

Australia

Wisconsin had gone six years without an individual Big Ten champion before Paul Jarvie claimed the conference title in the 200-yard breaststroke in 1974. He was a two-time Olympian for the U.S., in 1972 and 1976.

1972

Tim Mickelson

1966-70

Men's Rowing

USA

Deerfield, Wis., native Tim Mickelson won Wisconsin's first Olympic men's rowing medal with a silver in the men's eight at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany.

1972

Neil Rogers

1973, 75

Men's Swimming

Australia

A native of Australia, Neil Rogers twice qualified for the Olympic team in the 1972 and 1976.

1972

Fritz Warncke

1975-78

Men's Swimming

Norway

A four-year competitor for the Wisconsin men's swimming team, Fritz Warncke competed in both the 1972 and 1976 Olympics for Norway. Warncke swam the 100- and 200-meter freestyle races at both Games, while also competing as part of Norway's 4x200 freestyle relay team in 1976.

1976

Steve Alley

1972-77

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

Steve Alley competed for Team USA at the 1976 Olympics as one of three Badgers on the team, coached by "Badger" Bob Johnson. The Americans placed fifth and Alley went on to win an NCAA title with the Badgers in 1977.

1976

Bob Espeseth

1972-75

Men's Rowing

USA

Wisconsin's first four-time Olympian in any sport (1976, 1980, 1984, 1988), Robert Espeseth, Jr., won a bronze medal in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles in the men's pair with coxswain. A USRowing Hall of Famer, Espeseth won three national championships at Wisconsin from 1973-75.

1976

Carie Graves

1974-76

Women's Rowing

USA

Along with two other Badgers, Carie Graves won a bronze medal in the women's eight at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal, the first Olympics with women's rowing. The Spring Green, Wis., native made two more Olympic teams, including the boycotted games of 1980. She captured gold in 1984 in the women's eight in Los Angeles. At Wisconsin, Graves was part of the Badgers' first national championship in 1975.

1976

Jim Haines

1973-77

Wrestling

USA

Jim Haines was one of four former UW wrestlers that qualified for the Olympics. He competed in the 1976 Olympics, which were held in Montreal, and he wrestled in the 114.5 lbs. weight class. While at Wisconsin from 1973-77, Haines won a national championship at 118 lbs.

1976

Neil Halleen

1963-67

Men's Rowing

USA

Sheboygan, Wis., native Neil Halleen placed fifth in the quadruple sculls at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal. He was part of Wisconsin's national championship crew of 1966.

1976

Russ Hellickson

1968-70

Wrestling

USA

Russ Hellickson is the only Badger wrestler to qualify for two Olympic games. Hellickson wrestled at the 1976 Olympic games and took home a silver medal at 220 lbs. and also qualified for the 1980 games but did not get to compete because of the U.S. boycott on the Moscow Olympics. Hellickson is one of two former UW wrestlers that medaled at the Olympics and one of two former Badger wrestling Olympians that came back to coach at the UW. Andy Rein is the other.

1976

Bob Lundeen

1971-75

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

One of the first three Badger hockey players in the Olympics, defenseman Bob Lundeen skated for fifth-place Team USA at the 1976 games in Innsbruck, Austria. He was part of UWís 1973 NCAA championship.

1976

Peggy McCarthy

1975-78

Women's Rowing

USA

Two-time Olympic women's rower Peggy McCarthy won bronze in the women's eight at the 1976 games in Montreal. She made the team in 1980, but didn't compete because of the U.S. boycott. She was also a part of Wisconsin's first women's national championship women's eight in 1975.

1976

Alte Melberg

1973-76

Men's Swimming

USA

A four-year member of the men's swimming team at Wisconsin, Alte Melberg qualified for the Olympics in 1976.

1976

John Taft

1972-77

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

An NCAA champion in 1977 at Wisconsin, defenseman John Taft played in the 1976 Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria.

1976

Jackie Zoch

1975-76

Women's Rowing

USA

A member of Wisconsin's national championship in 1975, Jackie Zoch competed in the first Olympics with women's rowing in 1976, winning bronze in the women's eight in Montreal.

1980

Chris Cruz

1976-79

Women's Rowing

USA

Coxswain Chris Cruz was a spare for the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team in women's rowing, one of several Badgers on the team who didn't compete due to the U.S. boycott of the Moscow games.

1980

Gunnar Gunderson

1976-78

Men's Swimming

USA

The last Wisconsin swimmer to claim a Big Ten Conference title in the 200-yard breaststroke, Gunnar Gunderson built off his 1978 conference championship after graduation and qualified for the U.S. team for the 1980 Olympics, which were boycotted by the U.S.

1980

Mark Johnson

1976-79

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

The leading scorer for "The Miracle on Ice," at the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y., Johnson also won the 1977 NCAA Championship with the Badgers. Wisconsin's all-time leading goal scorer with 125 goals in 125 games, he currently leads the UW women's hockey program.

Head Coach of Women's Hockey

Mark Johnson returned to the Olympics as the head coach of 2010 Olympic womenís hockey team. USA secured the silver medal at the Vancouver Olympics.

1980

Lee Kemp

1975-78

Wrestling

USA

Lee Kemp was one of the most storied wrestlers from the UW program. As a three-time NCAA Champion, Kemp still holds records for career winning percentage (.957) and career falls (47). He wrestled at Wisconsin from 1975-1978 and qualified for the 1980 Olympics but did not compete because of the U.S. boycott. Kemp later coached the U.S. Olympic Freestyle team at the Beijing games in 2008.

1980

Steve Lacy

1976-80

Men's Track & Field

USA

The first UW runner to break the four-minute barrier in the mile (1977), Steve Lacy qualified for the U.S. Olympic team in the 1,500- and 5,000-meter races in 1980 and 1984, although the U.S. boycotted the 1980 Games. A seven-time All-American between cross country and track, Lacy was a six-time Big Ten champion and led the Badgers to the 1976 NCAA title in the two-mile relay. He also won the mile at the USTFF National Championships in 1975.

1980

Bob Suter

1975-79

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

A defenseman for the 1980 Olympic gold-medal winning U.S. Olympic Team, Bob Suter won the 1977 NCAA title at Wisconsin.

1984

Marc Behrend

1980-83

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

The 1981 and 1983 NCAA Championship Tournament MVP, Marc Behrend was a goaltender for the 1984 U.S. Olympic Team in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia that placed seventh.

1984

Cindy Bremser

1974-75

Women's Track & Field

USA

An All-American at Wisconsin, Cindy Bremser narrowly missed the medal stand at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles by taking fourth in the 3,000 meters. Bremser also twice competed in the 3,000 at the World Championships and was third in the event at the 1985 World Cup. She took third in the 5,000 meters at the 1986 Goodwill Games, as well, and twice was runner-up in the 3,000 at the Pan-American Games.

1984

Chris Chelios

1981-83

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

A member of Wisconsin's 1983 NCAA Championship team, Chris Chelios became the oldest American in an Olympic Winter Games when at 44, he captained his third Olympic team. He is one of two Americans to play on four Olympic hockey teams (1984, 1998, 2002, 2006). Chelios picked up a silver medal in 2002. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2013.

1984

Bruce Driver

1980-83

Men's Ice Hockey

Canada

Defenseman Bruce Driver was one of five Badger men's hockey players to compete in the 1984 Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (tied for the most for the Badgers in an Olympics). Driver skated for Canada and placed fourth. An All-American at Wisconsin, he was part of the UW's 1981 and 1983 NCAA Championship teams.

1984

Patrick Flatley

1981-83

Men's Ice Hockey

Canada

Patrick Flatley helped Team Canada to fourth place at the 1984 Olympics after helping the Badgers to the 1983 NCAA championship.

1984

Ed Lebler

1978-81

Men's Ice Hockey

Austria

A two-time Olympian for Austria, Ed Lebler placed 10th at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia and ninth in 1988 in Calgary. He skated for the Badgers when they won the 1981 NCAA crown.

1984

Andy Rein

1977-80

Wrestling

USA

Andy Rein wrestled at coached at the University of Wisconsin. He wrestled at Wisconsin from 1977-1980 before winning an Olympic silver medal in the freestyle competition at the 1984 Olympics. Rein was a NCAA champion at Wisconsin in 1980 and returned to coach the UW from 1987-1993.

1984

Bruce Roberts

1976-80

Men's Track & Field

Canada

Bruce Roberts from Toronto, Canada, qualified for the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and finished 31st in the 800-meter run.

1984

Kris Thorsness

1979-82

Women's Rowing

USA

One of two Badger women's rowers who have won Olympic gold medals, Kris Thorsness won gold in the women's eight in 1984 in Los Angeles. She made the Olympic team as a spare in 1988.

1984

Chari Towne

1979-82

Women's Rowing

USA

Chari Towne rowed in the pair without coxswain at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. The Wild Rose, Wis., native placed fifth in the event.

1984

Harry Wozniak

1984

Men's Swimming

Barbados

Competing in three events for Barbados in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, Harry Wozniak set three national records in the process. Wozniak swam the 200-meter butterfly, as well as the 200 and 400 individual medley races.

1988

Erika Brown

1992-96

Curling

USA

Erika Brown was a golfer at UW from 1993-96 and a three-time Olympic curler. A political science major, she was a four-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and earned National Golf Coaches Association All-American honors in 1995. She attended the games in 1988 in Calgary, 1992 in Albertville, France, and 2014 in Sochi, Russia.

1988

Cindy Eckert

1984-87

Women's Rowing

USA

Cindy Eckert was a two-time Olympian, winning silver at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain in the four without coxswain. She finished fifth in the event in 1998 in Seoul, South Korea.

1988

Sarah Gengler

1984-86

Women's Rowing

USA

Rowing in the eight along with former Badger coxswain Yasmin Farooq, two-time Olympian Sarah Gengler placed sixth in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. In 1988, as a member of the four with coxswain, she placed fifth in Seoul, South Korea.

1988

Tony Granato

1983-87

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

A two-time All-American and Hobey Baker Memorial Award finalist, Tony Granato helped Team USA to seventh at the 1988 Olympics in Calgary. He has since served as head coach of the NHLís Colorado Avalanche and as an assistant with the Pittsburgh Penguins. He was selected to serve as an assistant coach for Team USA at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

1988

Jim Johannson

1982-86

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

Jim Johannson, now the assistant executive director for USA Hockey, played in the 1988 and 1992 Olympics for Team USA. The team placed seventh in 1988 (Calgary) and fourth in 1992 (Albertville, France). He was also part of Wisconsinís 1983 NCAA championship team.

1988

Valter Kalaus

1991-95

Men's Swimming

Hungary

Valter Kalaus came to the UW after competing for Hungary in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, and went on to earn All-America honors four times for the Badgers.

1988

Mara Keggi

1980-84

Women's Rowing

USA

One of five Badger women on the 1988 Olympic Team, Mara Keggi placed sixth in the pair without coxswain in Seoul, South Korea.

1988

Dave Krmpotich

1978

Men's Rowing

USA

One of five Badger men's rowers to win a medal, Dave Krmpotich took home a silver medal in the four without coxswain from the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.

1988

Mike Richter

1985-87

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

A three-time Olympian, goaltender Mike Richter backstopped Team USA to the silver medal in 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He also played for the team in 1988 in Calgary and in 1998 in Nagano, Japan. He was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 2008.

1988

Kim Santiago

1982-85

Women's Rowing

USA

Monroe, Wis., native Kim Santiago coxed the four with coxswain to fifth place at the 1988 Olympics. She was also a spare coxswain for the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain.

1992

Mark Berkner

1983-86

Men's Rowing

USA

A Verona, Wis., native, Mark Berkner was a spare for the U.S. Olympic rowing team for the 1992 games in Barcelona, Spain.

1992

Yasmin Farooq

1985-88

Women's Rowing

USA

Yasmin Farooq coxed the U.S. women's eight at the 1992 and 1996 Olympics, placing sixth and fourth, respectively. The Waupun, Wis., native went on to serve as NBC's color analyst for rowing at the 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012 Olympics.

1992

Carol Feeney

1984-86

Women's Rowing

USA

Carol Feeney was a silver medalist in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics rowing in the four without coxswain with fellow Badger Cindy Eckert.

1992

Suzy Favor Hamilton

1986-90

Women's Track & Field

USA

After winning a staggering 23 Big Ten championships in four years at the UW, Suzy Favor Hamilton went on to compete for the U.S. in three Olympics (1992, 1996, 2000). A 14-time All-American, Favor Hamilton claimed the Big Ten Athlete of the Year award in each of her four collegiate seasons. She also was named one of the two most outstanding track athletes in the first 25 years of the NCAA women's championships. She claimed nine national titles in all, including four straight crowns in the 1,500 meters.

1992

Sean Hill

1988-91

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

1990 NCAA champion defenseman Sean Hill skated for Team USA at the 1992 Olympics in Albertville, France. Hill and the Americans placed fourth.

1992

Robert Pinter

1989-93

Men's Swimming

Romania

Sandwiched between three All-America performances as a collegian at Wisconsin, Robert Pinter competed for his native Romania at the 1992 Games in Barcelona.

1994

Barry Richter

1989-93

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

Defenseman Barry Richter skated for Team USA at the 1994 Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. Richter was part of Wisconsin's NCAA title team in 1990.

1996

Kathy Butler

1994-97

Women's Track & Field

Canada/Britain

A five-time NCAA champion while at Wisconsin, Kathy Butler also found success on the world stage, competing in the 1996 Olympics for Canada (5,000 meters) and in the 2004 Games for Great Britain (10,000 meters). She also twice competed in the World Championships in cross country and once in track, and claimed a bronze medal in the 5,000 at the 2001 Goodwill Games. A 13-time All-American and 17-time Big Ten champion, Butler also has won eight different national championships in Canada and Europe and was the 1995 Big Ten and national cross country athlete of the year.

1996

Melissa Iverson

1988-92

Women's Rowing

USA

Melissa Iverson attended the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta as a spare for the U.S. rowing team.

1996

Eric Mueller

1987-91

Men's Rowing

USA

Former Wisconsin assistant coach Eric Mueller won a silver medal at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta in the quadruple sculls. He returned to the games in 2000 in Sydney, Australia, placing fifth in the four with coxswain.

1996

Maxwell Seales

1995-96

Men's Track & Field

Saint Lucia

After spending two seasons at Wisconsin, Maxwell Seales competed in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta for the Caribbean island nation of Saint Lucia. Seales was part of the country's 4x400 relay team.

1998

Gary Suter

1983-85

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

A Madison, Wis., native, defenseman Gary Suter skated for Team USA at the 1998 games in Nagano, Japan and won a silver medal at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. Suter was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011.

2000

Pascal Dobert

1993-97

Men's Track & Field

USA

The United States' most dominant competitor in the 3,000-meter steeplechase in the late 1990s, Pascal Dobert and won the event at the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials to earn a spot in the Summer Games in Sydney. After claiming the 1997 NCAA title as a senior at Wisconsin, Dobert reeled off three consecutive U.S. championships (1998-2000) in the steeplechase and was and fourth at the 1998 Goodwill Games. A four-time All-American and four-time Big Ten champion at the UW, he also finished runner-up at the 1996 NCAA Outdoor Championships and was ninth at the Olympic Trials later that year.

2000

Torrey Folk

1993-97

Women's Rowing

USA

Torrey Folk helped the U.S. women's eight to sixth place at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia.

2000

Kirk Penney

2000-03

Men's Basketball

New Zealand

A two-time All-Big Ten selection, Kirk Penney starred for the Badger men's basketball team from 2000-03. Penney appeared in both the 2000 and 2004 Olympics for his native country of New Zealand.

2002

Curtis Joseph

1988-89

Men's Ice Hockey

Canada

One of three Badger men's hockey players to win a gold medal, goaltender Curtis Joseph helped Canada win the 2002 Olympic title in Salt Lake City, Utah.

2002

Brian Rafalski

1991-95

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

Three-time Olympian Brian Rafalski won silver medals with Team USA at the 2002 games in Salt Lake City, Utah and the 2010 games in Vancouver. The defenseman also skated for the team's fifth-place finish at the 2006 games in Torino, Italy. At the 2010 Olympics, Rafalski shared Team USA's scoring lead with eight points and was named defenseman of the tournament as one of the teamís assistant captains.

2004

Beau Hoopman

1999-2003

Men's Rowing

USA

Beau Hoopman returned to the Olympics in 2008 to win the silver medal in the men's eight after winning gold in the event in Athens, Greece in 2004. The Plymouth, Wis., native helped the 2004 boat set a world record in the event.

2004

Carly Piper

2001-05

Women's Swimming

USA

The first UW women's swimmer to compete in the Olympics, Carly Piper made the most of her appearance in the 2004 Athens Games by claiming the gold medal as part of the U.S. team in the 800-meter freestyle relay. The squad set a world record in the process. Piper earned All-America honors 18 times as a collegian and claimed 13 Big Ten championships, including four consecutive titles in both the 500-yard freestyle and 1650-yard freestyle.

2004

Adam Mania

2001-05

Men's Swimming

Poland

In addition to a collegiate career that saw him earn All-America honors 12 times at Wisconsin, Mania competed for Poland in the 2004 Olympics in Athens. He also attempted to qualify for the U.S. team at the 2008 Olympic Trials.

2004

Matt Smith

1996-2000

Men's Rowing

USA

Wisconsin's first Olympian in men's lightweight rowing, Iraq War veteran Matt Smith placed ninth in the lightweight four without coxswain at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.

2006

Dany Heatley

1999-2001

Men's Ice Hockey

Canada

Dany Heatley made his first Olympic appearance in 2006, helping Canada place fifth in Torino, Italy. He returned to the 2010 games in Vancouver and ranked second on the team with seven points to help Canada win the gold medal.

2006

Carla MacLeod

2001-05

Women's Ice Hockey

Canada

Calgary, Alberta native Carla MacLeod was one of the first two former UW women's hockey players to represent their countries in the Olympic Games when she helped lead Canada to gold at the 2006 Torino Olympic Games. She then repeated her gold-medal effort at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, becoming Wisconsin's first two-time Olympic gold medalist for women's hockey. After retiring from playing hockey, MacLeod now serves as an assistant coach for Team Japan, which will make its second appearance at the Olympics this February in Sochi, Russia.

2006

Molly Engstrom

2001-05

Women's Ice Hockey

USA

Although on different teams, Molly Engstrom and Carla MacLeod became the first two former Badgers to represent their countries in women's ice hockey at the Olympics. A member of the 2006 and 2010 U.S. Teams, Engstrom was one of nine former Badgers to compete in the 2010 games and was one of seven Badgers skating for the U.S. Engstrom helped the U.S. to a bronze medal in 2006 and earned silver with Team USA in 2010.

2008

Micah Boyd

2000-04

Men's Rowing

USA

2003 Wisconsin rowing captain Micah Boyd is one of two Badger rowers who competed in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China.

2008

Matt Tegenkamp

2002-05

Men's Track & Field

USA

A seven-time All-American and four-time Big Ten champion on the track at Wisconsin, Matt Tegenkamp has carried his collegiate success into the professional ranks. After taking fourth place in the 5,000 meters at the 2007 IAAF World Championships, Tegenkamp took runner-up honors at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials and competed for the U.S. in the 2008 Beijing Games.

2008

Amy Vermeulen

2001-05

Women's Soccer

Canada

A two-sport athlete (women's hockey & soccer) at UW, Vermeulen went on to play soccer for the Canadian Olympic Development team before being chosen as an alternate for the Canadian Olympic team in 2008 in Beijing, China.

2010

Meaghan Mikkelson

20__-__

Women's Ice Hockey

Canada

Meaghan Mikkelson was one of nine former Wisconsin women's hockey players who competed in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games and was one of two Badgers skating for Canada. Mikkelson helped lead Canada to its third-straight gold medal in women's hockey when Canada defeated the U.S., 2-0, in the gold-medal game. She was a member of UWís 2006 and 2007 NCAA championship teams. She is also a member of Team Canada in the 2014 Sochi Games in Russia.

2010

Meghan Duggan

20__-__

Women's Ice Hockey

USA

Meghan Duggan, a native of Danvers, Mass., joined Hilary Knight in taking a year off from collegiate competition to skate for Team USA at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. The duo joined seven former Badgers competing for the U.S. and Canada. Duggan had four goals in the Olympics, including two against China in the opening game of the tournament. She was a member of UWís 2009 and 2011 NCAA championship teams and won the Patty Kazmaier Award as the nationís best hockey player in 2011. She is also a member of the U.S. team in the 2014 Sochi Games in Russia.

2010

Hilary Knight

20__-__

Women's Ice Hockey

USA

Sun Valley, Idaho, native Hilary Knight joined Meghan Duggan in taking a year off from collegiate competition to skate for Team USA at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. The duo joined seven former Badgers competing for the U.S. and Canada. As the youngest member of Team USA, Knight had eight points with one goal against Finland and seven assists in the Olympics. She was a member of UWís 2009 and 2011 NCAA championship teams. She is also a member of the U.S. team in the 2014 Sochi Games in Russia.

2010

Erika Lawler

20__-__

Women's Ice Hockey

USA

Erika Lawler was one of nine former Wisconsin women's hockey players who competed in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games and was one of seven Badgers skating for the U.S. Lawler tallied two assists and helped the U.S. to a silver-medal finish in her Olympic debut. She was a member of UWís 2006 and 2009 NCAA championship teams.

2010

Jessie Vetter

20__-__

Women's Ice Hockey

USA

Cottage Grove, Wis., native Jessie Vetter was one of nine former Wisconsin women's hockey players who competed in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games and was one of seven Badgers skating for the U.S. Vetter allowed just three goal and made 68 saves in her Olympic debut, helping Team USA to a silver medal. She was a member of UWís 2006, 2007 and 2009 NCAA championship teams and won the Patty Kazmaier Award as the nationís best hockey player in 2009. She is also a member of the U.S. team in the 2014 Sochi Games in Russia.

2010

Kerry Weiland

20__-__

Women's Ice Hockey

USA

Kerry Weiland was one of nine former Wisconsin women's hockey players who competed in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games and was one of seven Badgers skating for the U.S. Weiland earned a silver medal with Team USA, tallying her first Olympic goal against Sweden.

2010

Jinelle Zaugg

20__-__

Women's Ice Hockey

USA

Jinelle Zaugg-Siergiej was one of nine former Wisconsin women's hockey players who competed in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games and was one of seven Badgers skating for the U.S. The Eagle River, Wis., native helped Team USA earn silver. She was a member of UWís 2006 and 2007 NCAA Championship teams.

2010

Ryan Suter

2003-04

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

Ryan Suter, a Madison, Wis., native became the third former Badger in his family to play in the Olympics, earning a silver medal for Team USA at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver (father, Bob, and uncle, Gary also skated for Team USA). He collected four assists in the tournament and served as one of the teamís assistant captains. He skates against for Team USA in 2014 in Sochi, Russia.

2010

Joe Pavelski

2004-06

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

Plover, Wis., native Joe Pavelski skated as one of four Badger men's hockey alumni to earn a medal at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, claiming silver along with two other Badgers for Team USA. He finished the tournament with three assists. That came after the 2006 Second-Team All-American led the Badgers in scoring on the way to the 2006 NCAA championship. He was named to his second Olympic team for the 2014 Games in Sochi, Russia.

2012

Mohammed Ahmed

2009-12

Men's Track/Cross Country

Canada

Distance runner Mohammed Ahmed qualified for the 2012 London Games from his native Canada in the 10,000 meters. A multiple All-American in track and cross country, Ahmed is the 2012 and 2013 Canadian Champion and school and Big Ten record holder in the 10,000 meters.

2012

Hilary Stellingwerff

2000-04

Women's Track & Field

Canada

Hilary Edmonson Stellingwerff competed for Wisconsin from 2000-04. She was a distance member of TEAM Canada who competed in the 1,500 meters in the 2012 London Games. She ran to a sixth-place finish in the opening heat, clocking in at 4 minutes, 5.79 seconds to take the final automatic qualifying spot for the semifinal round where she was later eliminated.

2012

Kristin Hedstrom

2004-08

Women's Track & Field

USA

Kristin Hedstrom, who rowed at UW from 2004-08, is the first member of UW's lightweight team to row in the Olympics. The former UW captain, along with fellow rower Julie Nichols, qualified for the London Games in the women's lightweight double sculls. The duo medaled in all three World Cup regattas in 2012 and gained national recognition after becoming the first U.S. crew to win the points trophy in its class. The Concord, Mass., native took the silver medal in the women's lightweight double sculls at the 2013 world rowing championships in Chungju, South Korea. At Wisconsin, Hedstrom helped the Badgers capture IRA national crowns in the varsity lightweight eight in 2006 and 2008.

2012

Evan Jager

2008

Men's Track & Field

USA

In just the seventh run of his career in the event, Evan Jager scored a sixth-place finish in the steeplechase at Londonís Olympic Stadium, an outstanding performance that saw the former University of Wisconsin runner clock in at 8 minutes, 23.87 seconds. Jagerís finish was the highest by a UW menís track athlete since Lloyd LaBeach won bronze in the 100 meters at the 1948 Olympics.

2012

Grant James

2005-09

Men's Rowing

USA

Brothers, Grant and Ross James qualified for the in the menís eight for the 2012 Olympics in London. Natives of DeKalb, Ill., they attended UW from 2005-09 and both walked-on to the men's rowing team. They would later be a part of the 2008 national championship varsity eight boat. They also won gold at the 2008 World Rowing Under-23 Championships before moving on to the senior team, where they both rowed in the eight at the 2009 and 2011 FISA World Rowing Championships. Grant went on to win a bronze medal in the four at the 2013 World Rowing Championships in Chungju, South Korea.

2012

Ross James

2005-09

Men's Rowing

USA

Brothers, Ross and Grant James qualified for the in the menís eight for the 2012 Olympics in London. Natives of DeKalb, Ill., they attended UW from 2005-09 and both walked-on to the men's rowing team. They would later be a part of the 2008 national championship varsity eight boat. They also won gold at the 2008 World Rowing Under-23 Championships before moving on to the senior team, where they both rowed in the eight at the 2009 and 2011 FISA World Rowing Championships.

2012

Gwen Jorgensen

2005-09

Women's Track & Field

USA

Gwen Jorgenson, who swam and ran cross country and track at Wisconsin from 2005-09, was one of the top entrants in the triathlon at the 2012 London Games. She won the 2009 Big Ten Indoor 3,000 and 5,000 meter titles and competed in the NCAA championships in the 5K event.

2012

Egle Staisiunaite

2007-11

Women's Track & Field

Lithuania

Staisiunaite is a 2011 graduate of Wisconsin. She qualified for the 2012 London Games in the 400-meter hurdles for her native land of Lithuania. While at Wisconsin, Staisiunaite was a 2011 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships qualifier in the 400-meter hurdles and was a three-time USTFCCCA All-Academic honoree.

2014

Brianna Decker

2009-13

Women's Hockey

USA

Brianna Decker, a Dousman, Wis., native, will make her Olympic debut for Team USA at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games. The Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award winner, Decker was a member of UWís 2011 NCAA championship squad and ranks second in school history in total points.

2014

Ryan McDonagh

2008-09

Men's Hockey

USA

Among the best defensemen in the NHL, Ryan McDonagh was named to his first Olympic team for the 2014 games in Sochi, Russia. At Wisconsin, McDonagh was a 2010 Second-Team All-WCHA skater in helping the Badgers reach the 2010 NCAA title contest.

2014

Derek Stepan

2008-09

Men's Hockey

USA

Already an international gold medalist as Team USAís captain during the 2010 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship, Hastings, Minn., native Derek Stepan is part of Team USA for the Sochi, Russia games in 2014. Stepan was Wisconsinís leading scorer in its 2010 run to the NCAA title game.

1948

Tom Jones

1913-48

Men's Track & Field

USA

As head coach, Tom Jones guided the U.S. team to 27 medals at the 1948 Olympics in London, the most of any nation. Of those medals claimed by the U.S., 12 were gold. Jones coached 20 Big Ten Conference champion teams as head coach at Wisconsin, with 37 athletes claiming individual league crowns and five earning national titles during his tenure.

1964

Charles Walter

1961-69

Men's Track & Field

USA

In the midst of his time as head coach at Wisconsin, Charles "Rut" Walter served as an assistant coach for the U.S. team at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. Walter helped lead the Americans to 24 medals, the most of any nation, including 14 golds. At Wisconsin, Walter led the Badgers to five indoor and two outdoor Big Ten titles and produced 57 individual conference champions. His 1969 team became the first UW team to sweep the Big Ten indoor and outdoor titles in the same season.

1976

Bob Johnson

1966-82

Men's Ice Hockey

USA

"Badger" Bob Johnson took a one-year sabbatical from his coaching tenure at Wisconsin to direct Team USA at the 1976 Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria. The team, with Badgers' Steve Alley, Bob Lundeen and John Taft, placed fifth.

1984

Stewart MacDonald

1967-72

Men's Rowing

USA

The Badger men's rower in the Olympics, Stewart MacDonald placed fifth in the pair with coxswain at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico. He also placed fifth in the four with coxswain at the 1972 games in Munich, Germany. MacDonald returned to the Olympics as a coach in 1984.

2004

Matt Imes

1987-91

Men's Rowing

USA

Former Badger rower Matt Imes coached the men's four without coxswain at the 2008 games. He also helped coach the U.S. team in 2004 in Athens, Greece.