Katelyn Falgowski, field hockey, Landenberg
Susan Francia, rowing, Abington
Andrew Gemmell, swimming, Wilmington
Brendan Hansen, swimming, Havertown
Andre Iguodala, basketball, Philadelphia
Steve Kasprzyk, rowing, Cinnaminson
Varvara Lepchenko, tennis, Allentown
Carli Lloyd, soccer, Delran
Boyd Martin, equestrian, Cochranville
Glenn Ochal, rowing, Philadelphia
Katie O'Donnell, field hockey, Blue Bell
Heather O'Reilly, soccer, East Brunswick
Christie Rampone, soccer, Point Pleasant
Lisa Raymond, tennis, Wayne
Julia Reinprecht, field hockey Perkasie
Katie Reinprecht, field hockey Perkasie
Kyle Vashkulat, judo, Langhorne
Michelle Vittese, field hockey Cherry Hill
Around the Rings
A school-record 19 Penn Staters are at the Olympics. Not including the 1980 Olympics in Moscow - the United States did not send a team - Penn State has sent athletes to each Olympic Games since 1948.
London is the only city to be chosen to host the Olympics three times.
Forty-four states are represented on the U.S. team. There are 128 athletes from California, 35 from both New York and Pennsylvania, and 33 from Texas.
Equestrian athlete Karen O'Connor, 54, is the oldest U.S. Olympian, and swimmer Katie Ledecky, 15, is the youngest. The average age is 27.
Team USA features two sets of twins in tennis players Bob and Mike Bryan, who play for the Freedoms in WTT, and rowers Grant and Ross James. Other team siblings include swimmers Alyssa and Haley Anderson, taekwondo athletes Diana and Steven Lopez, sailors Paige and Zach Railey, field hockey players Julia and Katie Reinprecht (from Perkasie), water polo players Jessica and Maggie Steffans, and tennis players Serena and Venus Williams.
The U.S. team has 228 returning Olympians, including seven five-time Olympians, 21 four-time Olympians, 57 three-time Olympians, and 143 two-time Olympians.
Returning from the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, where the U.S. team finished first in the overall medal count with 110 medals, are 206 U.S. Olympians. Among the returnees are 124 Olympic medalists, 76 of whom are Olympic champions.