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Ms. Cahow is a 2-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Women's Ice Hockey having competed at Torino 2006 and Vancouver 2010.
During her international career representing Team USA, she has won an Olympic Silver and Bronze as well as 3 IIHF Women's World Championship Golds and a Silver medal. Additionally, she has 4 Golds from the Twelve and Four Nations Cup along with 5 Silvers. At the 2009 IIHF Women's World Championship (in the Gold Medal Game), Caitlin scored the fastest goal in history at :21 seconds, this mark still stands today.
Honors earned in international play included being named to the 2011 IIHF World Championship All Tournament Team, the 2009 and 2008 IIHF World Championship Top Defensive Scorer and earned the 2008 USA Hockey / Bob Allen Women's Player of the Year award.
During her professional hockey career playing for the Boston Blades (2011-13) of the CWHL and Minnesota Whitecaps (2008-09) of the WWHL, she won 2 Clarkson Cup Championships (Women's Hockey equivalent to the Stanley Cup).
Caitlin is a graduate of Harvard University in Social/Biological Anthropology and Boston College School of Law.
Off the ice, Caitlin has served on President Obama's delegation to the Opening Ceremonies of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia and was an appointee to the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition. She has also served as an athlete ambassador for " You Can Play".
Ms Cahow, today is a lawyer at Jones Day, specializing in Business Restructuring and Reorganization. She has passed the bar in the state of Illinois and was a law clerk in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Illinois and extern to an Associate Justice for the Massachusetts Appeal Court.
Ms. Granato, a 2-time Olympian retired from USA Hockey in September 2005 after a career that spanned from Nagano 1998 to Salt Lake 2002 and additional years on the U.S. Women's National Team prior to Torino 2006.
During her international career representing Team USA, she won the inaugural Olympic Gold medal in the sport in 1998 and an Olympic Silver medal. Additionally, she won a IIHF Women's World Hockey Championship in 2005 which was also the first in U.S. history and 8 World Championship Silver medals.
Cammi is a graduate of Providence College.
She and Canadian Angela James were the first 2 inducted female members of the Hockey Hall of Fame. Additionally, she is a member of the IIHF Hall of Fame and U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame as both a player and a member of the 1998 Olympic Gold medal team.
Cammi is married to Ray Ferraro and has two sons. They live today in the greater Vancouver, B.C. area.
Ms. Moscato was a member of the Canadian Olympic Team in Women's Soccer having competed at London 2012.
During her international career representing Canada, she won an Olympic Bronze, CONCACAF Gold and 2 Silver medals. played in 2 FIFA Women's World Cup tournaments and a U-20 FIFA Women's World Cup in which Canada won a Silver as well.
In her Canada Soccer career, she had 94 appearances and 64 starts as a Centre Back / Midfielder.
Today, she is a technical support coach for Canada Soccer's womens national youth program.
Mr. Meichtry was a 3x Olympian for Switzerland in Swimming and competed at Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and London 2012.
During his international career representing the Swiss National Team from 2002-2014 he earned a European Championship Silver medal in the 200m freestyle and was a Swiss National Champion 26 times and Silver medalist 4 times. He holds 6 Long Course and 3 Short Course national records in freestyle and butterfly. He was the Team Captain of the Swiss National Team from 2008 to 2012.
Dominik is a graduate of the University of California-Berkeley with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (focus on Psychology, Law and Sociology). He is trilingual in German, French and English.
Today, Dominik is married to fellow swimmer American Olympic Gold medalist Jessica Hardy and they reside in Long Beach, CA. He works in the medical device sales industry.
Ms. Apps, a 3-time Olympian retired from Hockey Canada in the Spring of 2015. She competed on the Canadian Olympic Team at Torino 2006, Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014.
During her international career representing Team Canada, she won 3 Olympic Gold medals, 3 IIHF Women's World Championships and 5 IIHF Women's World Championship Silver medals. She also won 8 Four Nations Cup titles. At the 2006 Olympic Winter Games, she was named to the Media All Star Team. In 164 games played for Hockey Canada, she finished with 50 Goals and 50 assists.
Gillian is a graduate of Dartmouth College in Psychology and Brain Science. In 2017-18, she will be returning to Dartmouth to earn her MBA. As a student-athlete she earned NCAA Second Team All-American honors and was the ECAC Player of the Year.
Professionally, Gillian played for the Brampton Thunder where she won 2 Clarkson Cup Championships.
Upon her retirement from Hockey Canada, she has been an assistant coach at the NCAA level with SUNY-Canton and Boston College.
Gillian is a third generation elite hockey player in the Apps family. Her grandfather is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame and Stanley Cup Champion, her father played in the National Hockey League and a NHL All Star Game.
Off the ice, she has completed his first triathlon at the Muskoka Ironman competition.
Ms. Botterill, a 4-time Olympian retired from Hockey Canada in the Spring of 2011 after a career that spanned from Nagano 1998 to Salt Lake 2002 to Torino 2006 to Vancouver 2010 in her native land.
During her international career representing Canada, she won 3 Olympic Gold medals and an Olympic Silver along with 5x IIHF Women's World Champion and 3x IIHF World Championship runner up. Additionally, she won 10 Three/Four Nations Cup championships and 4 Three/Four Nations Cup silver medals.
At the time of her retirement from Hockey Canada, she was the 3rd highest scoring player in the history of the Canadian program with 174 points in 184 games played (65 goals and 109 assists). During her career, she earned these accolades:
• 2x IIHF Women’s World Championship MVP (in 2004 & 2001)
• 2004 IIHF Women’s World Championship Media All Star Team
• 2001 IIHF Directorate Award, Best Forward - IIHF Women’s World Championship
• 2006 Winter Olympic All Tournament Team
Professionally, Jennifer played for the Mississauga Chiefs, Toronto Aeros and Toronto Furies.
Jennifer is a graduate of Harvard University with a degree in Psychology which she earned with honors. While in school, she won the ACHA (pre-cursor to NCAA Women's Hockey) National Championship, 2x Patty Kazmaier Award as the best collegiate hockey player presented by USA Hockey (the only 2x winner of this award) and is the highest scoring player in the history of the Harvard women's hockey program. Note: Jennifer's first year at Harvard in 1999 was the last year without NCAA Women's Hockey. Many of her records including the final year of ACHA and combined with NCAA would be all-time records at the NCAA level.
After her career she successfully transitioned to that of a broadcaster starting initially with Gretzky.com and then working first with TSN and subsequently with Rogers Sportsnet and the CBC. Since 2011, Jennifer has covered the Women's World Championships, CAN v USA WNT games, the Clarkson Cup, Esso Cup, Four Nations Cup, CIS College Hockey Final Four (men and women), CWHL All Star Game, Hockey Day In Canada, Rogers Hometown Hockey and the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Jennifer is married (Adrian) and has a daughter (Maya) and will add another addition to the family in October 2017.
Hockey and the Olympics run in the Botterill family as her mom (Doreen) was an Olympic speedskater in the 1960s, her father (Cal) has been a sport psychologist for Canadian Olympic Teams and the 1994 Stanley Cup Champion New York Rangers and her brother Jason played in the National Hockey League and today is the General Manager of the Buffalo Sabres.
Ms. Bakken, a member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Women's bobsled having competed at Salt Lake 2002.
During her international career representing Team USA, she won the inaugural competition at the Olympic Games as the pilot of the women's (2-man) bobsled race with brakeman Vonetta Flowers. Jill's Olympic Gold medal in ladies bobsled was the first Gold for the U.S. in either men's or women's competition since in 54 years.
While competing in Salt Lake City, Jill was a member of the U.S. Army's World Class Athlete Program.
Today, Jill is a mom of two and lives in Alberta, Canada.
John Morgan - TV
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Ms. Chu, a 4-time Olympian for USA Hockey has competed for the U.S. Olympic Team at Salt Lake 2002, Torino 2006, Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014.
During her international career representing Team USA, she won 3 Olympic Silver medals and a Bronze along with 5 IIHF Women's World Championships and 3 IIHF Women's World Championship Silver medals.
Professionally, Julie plays for the Les Canadiennes de Montreal in the Canadian Women's Hockey League. She has played for the Montreal Stars (CWHL) and the Minnesota Whitecaps (WWHL) during her pro career. During this time, she has won more Clarkson Cup championships than any other American woman with 3.
Julie is a graduate of Harvard University with a degree in English.
Ms. Reinprecht was a member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Women's Field Hockey having competed at London 2012 and Rio 2016.
During her international career representing Team USA, she won 2 Pan American Games Gold medals in 2015 and 2011. Additionally, she earned 5 other medals from 2009-2016 in Champions Challenge, Hockey Champions Trophy, AtaHolding World Cup Qualifier and Pan American Cup competition.
Katie is a graduate of Princeton University with a degree in Sociology. While at Princeton, she won a NCAA Championship, was a 3x First Team All American, 2x NCAA All-Tournament Team, National Player of the Year, Honda Sports Award winner for Field Hockey, 2x Ivy League Player of the Year and 4x Ivy League Champion.
Katie's sister, Julia was a teammate at both Princeton and the U.S. Women's National Team for both Olympic Games. Older sister Sarah, was a teammate of hers as well at Princeton.
Katie retired from Team USA in Spring 2017 and will be going back to school for a graduate degree in medicine.
Ms. Kyle, an Olympian for Team Canada competed at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
During her international career representing Team Canada, she won an Olympic Bronze medal, 2011 Pan American Games Gold and competed in 2 FIFA Women's World Cups in 2015 and 2011. She played in 101 senior international caps with 61 starts, 6 goals and 7 assists.
She played professionally in the National Women's Soccer League for Seattle, Boston, Houston, Portland and Orlando.
In the Spring of 2017, she retired from competitive soccer and married professional soccer player Harrison Heath in July 2017.
Lesley Robins - TV
Lesley Robins is the full package deal. With 3 Emmy® Award nominations, she is a Host, Reporter, Producer and Author. Currently, Lesley is the Reporter, Host and Producer for the Young Hollywood Network covering sports, entertainment and lifestyle. For 12 years, Lesley was a Show Producer and oftentimes On-Air Expert for E! News and recently spent time as a Sports Reporter on Fox News Headlines 24/7 SiriusXM Channel 115 and as a Reporter and Producer for NASCAR.COM. Lesley is also the best-selling author of The Breakup Book: 20 Steps to Heal a Broken Heart.
You can find Lesley on a field, a court, a Broadway stage, a set, a carpet, a racetrack, the ice, in the studio, in a kitchen – name a venue - Lesley is there doing interviews, getting the story. Across the country, Lesley is a familiar face in the industry, with A-list talent always eager to speak with her. Her long list of interviewees include winners of Oscars, Emmys, Golden Globes, Grammys, Tonys, Stanley Cups, Super Bowls, MLB World Series, and Hall of Famers in the sports worlds of baseball, hockey, tennis, basketball, NASCAR, INDYCAR and everyone in between. She is hard working on and off camera, possessing a strong ability to produce and write the biggest news stories on a daily deadline.
As a Host, Reporter and Expert, Lesley has appeared on NBC’s The Today Show, E! News, Young Hollywood Network, Fox News Headlines 24/7 SiriusXM, Fox News Radio, huffingtonpost.com, nascar.com, eonline.com, dirtyandthirty.com, lalive.com, usmagazine.com, NY Islanders TV, HRTV, yahoo! Sports and national radio stations.
Lesley holds a Masters of Arts in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica; a Professional Designation in Journalism with Specialization in Broadcast from the University of California, Los Angeles; and a Bachelors of Arts in English/Communication/Film from the University of Delaware.
Born and raised in New York, Lesley began her career in NYC as an intern for Live! Regis & Kathie Lee, The Howard Stern Show and Fox After Breakfast.
Using those 3 internships, on a pink, paper resume no less, Lesley landed her first job out of college - as the Set Production Assistant on Seinfeld. It would wind up being the last season, yes that 9th season, but the work quickly began to pour in afterwards. She became Jon Lovitz’s assistant on a pilot, and then on NewsRadio, not before landing a production assistant job on Melrose Place. Her talents and tenacity led her to become an Associate Producer on shows like National Enquirer TV and the Style Network’s The Look for Less and Stylemaker, then to becoming a Producer for TV Guide Channel. Lesley ultimately landed at E! where she spent 12 years as a Show Producer and oftentimes On-Air Expert for E! News. That’s where she garnered those 3 Emmy® Award nominations.
The camera had certainly been calling her name throughout it all. Lesley’s top-notch producing and writing skills, plus all those years of musical theatre training no doubt, seamlessly led Lesley to her work in front of the camera. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Lesley currently lives in Hermosa Beach, California with her young son.
Dr. Melissa Tancredi
Ms. Tancredi, a 3-time Olympian retired from Canada Soccer in Spring 2017 after a career that spanned from Beijing 2008 to London 2012 to Rio 2016.
During her international career representing Team Canada, she won 2 Olympic Bronze medals in London and Rio. These medals were the first for a Canadian team sport at the Summer Olympics (male or female) since 1936 and winning in Rio also represented the first back to back team sport medals since 1932 and 1936 for Canada at the Summer Games. She earned a Bronze medal at the 2007 Pan American Games and was a 3x participant in the FIFA Women's World Cup.
During her international career for Canada Soccer, she had 125 senior international caps with 27 goals, 20 assists and had 95 starts. Cap #100 was very special for Melissa as she played it in her home region in Hamilton, ON. She played her final game of her career in her current residence of Vancouver February 4, 2017.
In other international play, Melissa earned 4 Golds, 6 Silvers and a Bronze from 2004 to 2016.
Professionally, she played in Sweden, the United States and Canada having played for 6 squads.
Melissa is a graduate of Notre Dame University in Anthropology and Pre-Medicine Studies and earned her graduate degree at Logan School of Chiropractic in St Louis. During her NCAA career at Notre Dame, she earned a NCAA Championship, First and Second All-American honors as well as being a 2x Big East Conference Player of the Year.
Dr. Tancredi is a board certified Chiropractor in Canada and the United States earning this in 2015. She began her practice in the greater Vancouver area in December 2016. Information can be found at www.MelissaTancredi14.com for further details.
Nick Gismondi - TV
A native of Detroit, Michigan, Nick has been a producer, play-by-play and on-air broadcaster for over 15 years with stops at the Plymouth Whalers, Universal Sports and NBC Sports Group / NBCSN. During this time he has won multiple Telly Awards and Sports Emmys for his producing work.
Nick is a familiar face commentating various Olympic sports (including Marathon Running, Water Polo, Speedskating and Bobsled) and during the 2017-18 NHL regular season he will be hosting for AT&T Sportsnet on the inaugural season of Vegas Golden Knights coverage (pre-game & post-game).
Ms. Selenski was a member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Women's Field Hockey having competed at London 2012 and was a named alternate that travelled to Rio 2016, but did not compete.
During her international career representing Team USA, she won 2 Pan American Games Gold medals in 2015 and 2011. Additionally, she earned Gold and Silver medals at the Champions Challenge.
Paige is a graduate of the University of Virginia with a degree in English. While at Virginia, she was a 2x NCAA Final Four participant (losing in the national semifinal both years), 3x First Team All-American, 2x NCAA All Tournament Team, Second Team All-American, 3x All ACC, ACC Offensive Player of the Year and All-Time leading point scorer in UVa history with 238 points (100 goals).
Off the pitch, Paige was invited to take part in the 135th Annual Easter Egg Roll by the Obama White House and be a participant in First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move Initiative.
Paige retired from the USA Field Hockey in Spring 2017 to concentrate on going back to school to become a physician's assistant. Today, she resides in the greater Philadelphia area.
Ms. Gale, an Olympian for Team USA competed at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.
During her international career representing Team USA, she won the inaugural Olympic Gold medal in the sport of Women's Skeleton on her home track in her hometown of Park City, UT at Utah Olympic Park.