Two-time Olympic hockey player Molly Engstrom retired on Wednesday from the U.S.
Women’s national team program.
The 29-year-old former Wisconsin Badgers star was selected the top defenseman in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, leading the United States to a second-place finish.
Engstrom also played in the 2006 Turin Games, helping the U.S. to a bronze medal and helped the Americans win four world titles.
The Siren, Wisconsin native had 9 goals and 44 assists in 112 international games.