Meet Team USA's 2022 Olympic Collegiate Athletes
There are several ways an athlete may qualify for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games. Some athletes will qualify to compete for Team USA given the points they accumulate through international competition, while others will be selected by the sport’s national governing body. The 2022 U.S. Olympic Team will field a team size of 224 athletes in Beijing – and the collegiate system plays an important role in developing these athletes into the people and athletes they are today.
- The men's and women’s hockey team both have the largest collegiate presence on the 2022 U.S. Olympic Team; 100% of both roster have competed collegiately.
- Seventy-five percent of U.S. biathletes have honed their skills in collegiate Nordic skiing before transferring to the sport of biathlon.
- U.S. bobsledders have competed collegiately in sports like softball, lacrosse, track and field, and football before donning the red, white and blue.
With qualifications for the 2022 U.S. Olympic Team complete, please use the below database to search by school, athlete name or sport to uncover the collegiate contribution to Team USA. The database is reflective of athletes who competed collegiately, as well as athletes who went to college and did not compete collegiately.
Visualizing the collegiate footprint: The following infographics summarize the scope of Team USA's collegiate footprint, including breakdowns by sport and school. Links to access the full-size versions and the raw data are below.
- 2022 U.S. Olympic collegiate participation – highlights (full size image)
- 2022 U.S. Olympic collegiate participation – by school (full size image)
Below please find the list of qualified athletes for the 2022 Olympic Games who competed collegiately and/or went to college. Use the table to sort by school, sport or athlete name.
OLYMPIC GAMES BEIJING 2022 COLLEGIATE QUALIFIED LISTBeijing 2022 Winter Olympics Qualified Athletes, opens in a new tab
USOC 2022 Olympic Athletes Collegiate Footprint MapCollegiate Footprint Map, opens in a new tab