USA Field Hockey announced the 16-athlete roster that will head to Paris for the 2024 Summer Olympics. 

The team was pieced together with a mix of veterans and newcomers, all targeting a spot in the quarterfinals and beyond, as the U.S. women's team returns to the Games for the first time since Rio 2016. 

The team will be guided by experienced leaders Ashley Hoffman and Amanda Golini, who will serve as co-captains. They'll be supported by a dynamic offense led by Phia Gladieux, Ashley Sessa, Abby Tamer, and Beth Yeager. Fueling the forward line, the midfield boasts reliable players including sisters Brooke and Emma DeBerdine, Meredith Sholder, and Maddie Zimmer. Providing a solid defensive foundation is the exceptional goalkeeper Kelsey Bing.

Full roster

  • Kelsey Bing - Stanford University
  • Leah Crouse - Duke University/University of Maryland
  • Brooke DeBerdine - University of Maryland
  • Emma DeBerdine - University of Maryland
  • Phia Gladieux - Penn State University
  • Amanda Golini - Lafayette College
  • Ally Hammel - Boston University
  • Ashley Hoffman - University of North Carolina
  • Karlie Kisha - University of Connecticut
  • Kelee Lepage - University of Maryland
  • Ashley Sessa - Northwestern University
  • Meredith Sholder - University of North Carolina
  • Abby Tamer - University of Michigan
  • Megan Valzonis - University of California
  • Beth Yeager - Princeton University
  • Maddie Zimmer - Northwestern University 

Paris Preview

Heading into Paris, the U.S. team (ranked No. 13 in the world) will face tough competition in Pool B. 

The action kicks off against Pan American rival Argentina (No. 2) on Saturday, July 27. The U.S. team will continue against Spain (No.7) on Monday, July 29; Australia (No. 4) on Wednesday, July 31; Great Britain (No. 6) on Thursday, August 1 and South Africa (No. 18) on Saturday, August 3. 

The quarterfinals featuring the top-four teams from each pool will take place on Monday, August 5, with the semifinals on Wednesday, August 7 and the final on Friday, August 9.