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Meghan Duggan

ICE HOCKEY | Two-time Olympic silver medalist, IIHF Women’s World Champion, Captain of the U.S. Women’s National Team, WSF Wilma Rudolph Award Winner

Sports have changed my life forever. As a young athlete, they gave me confidence and taught me about teamwork, passion, commitment, and leadership. As I have gotten older and matured under the guidance of sports, I have also recognized the empowerment and opportunities that they bring into my life. As with anything, there are always challenges such as tough losses or incredible sacrifices that need to be made, but sports provide us with a unique opportunity to learn from those challenges, work together with teammates, and become better because of them. I proudly support the WSF and National Girls and Women in Sports Day, and believe that all girls, everywhere should be inspired and empowered through sport!

Career Highlights

  • Olympic silver medalist (Vancouver 2010)
  • Olympic silver medalist (Sochi 2014)
  • IIHF Women’s World Champion, 2017 (team captain)
  • Winner of two Clarkson Cups with the Boston Blades, 2012-13, 2014-15
  • Two-time NWHL all-star
  • Bob Allen Women’s Hockey Player of the Year Award 2011
  • Played four years at the University of Wisconsin (Class of 2011)
  • Captured three NCAA Division I national championships and was a runner-up in one more
  • AHCA Division I First-Team All-American, 2010-11
  • Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award 2011