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Crimson Women Head for Sochi Ice

1.6.14


On New Year’s Day, USA Hockey announced its women’s roster for the winter Olympics to be held in Sochi, Russia, beginning February 6 and continuing through February 23.  Four current or former Harvard players made the team: Julie Chu ’06, Michelle Picard ’15, Josephine Pucci ’13, and Lyndsey Fry ’14.  The United States team coach is Harvard head coach Katey Stone, recently profiled in Harvard Magazine.

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