Julie Chu (right) and the U.S. women beat Canada for the world championship in April.
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LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) -- Julie Chu has made the roster for the U.S. women's hockey team that will train for the Sochi Olympics. It would be her fourth Olympics.

The 25-player roster announced Monday after a selection camp in Lake Placid includes 12 Olympic veterans. The roster will be trimmed to 18 in December.

Chu was the one of the youngest members of the team that won the silver medal in Salt Lake City. She won bronze in Turin and, after finishing at Harvard, won silver in Vancouver.

Sixteen-year-old Jincy Dunne of O'Fallon, Mo., is the youngest player on the roster.

Harvard's Katey Stone is the coach.

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