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Peter Hudnut
After serving as an alternate on the 2004 Olympic Team, Hudnut earns his first Olympic opportunity as a full-time player for the Beijing Games ... A towering defender at 6-5, 230 lbs., Hudnut's size and strength serves the U.S squad ably at the defender position, where he was key in helping the U.S. earn the automatic qualification into the Olympics by winning the gold medal at the 2007 Pan-Am Games.

2008 Olympics (Beijing): Saw nearly 16 minutes of action in U.S.' 8-4 tournament-opening victory over China.

2004 Olympics (Athens): Picked as an alternate for the U.S. team.

While at Stanford, Hudnut was named an All-American three straight years (2000-02), earning first-team honors in 2001 and '02 ... As Stanford's second-leading scorer, he was a pivotal piece of the Cardinal's 2001 and 2002 national championship squads.