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5 Minnesotans advance to USA Hockey U-18 Select Camp

Over a hundred girls competed at the National Girls 16/17 Development Camp, but only 13 advanced on to the U-18 Select Camp.

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Minnetonka's Lauren Goldsworthy (4) passes the puck past Andover's Isa Goettl (12) during the third period Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022, at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
Jason Wachter / The Rink Live

ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Over 150 girls competed at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in the Girls National 16/17 Camp for a chance to advance to the U-18 Select Camp.

Only 13 total players from the camp were selected to advance on, including five from Minnesota. These players will be added to a roster of others who have already made the cut to play at the U-18 Select Camp.

The U-18 Select Camp will be held July 15 - 21 in St. Cloud, Minn. The roster will then be narrowed down again to include only those who will compete at the Women's U-18 Team National Festival in August.

These girls will be competing for a chance to play for Team USA at the upcoming 2023 U-18 Women's World Championships in Sweden.

All 13 players who made the roster cut are listed below.

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The sophomore defender announced her commitment after a successful season with the Skippers that ended in a Class AA second-place finish.

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Sydney Wolf is a reporter for The Rink Live, primarily covering youth hockey. She joined the team in November of 2021 and graduated from St. Cloud State University with a B.S. in Mass Communications and a minor in Writing and Rhetoric Studies and was a part of the University Honors Program.
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