TRENTON - (AP) - Nineteen men and women who call New Jersey home will represent the United States at the 30th Olympiad this summer in London, including four members of the women's soccer team, a three-time Olympian in sport shooting and a wrestling standout who's favored to win gold.

Christie Rampone, a central defender and captain of the U.S. women's soccer team, is the elder statesmen of the group. She won gold medals in 2004 and 2008 and a silver medal in 2000.

Sport shooter Matt Emmons of Brown Mills will also bring veteran leadership to the Olympic squad, having won a gold medal in 2004 and a silver in 2008.

Former University of Nebraska wrestling standout Jordan Burroughs of Sicklerville is a favorite to win freestyle gold at 74 kilograms.

Below is a list of the athletes from New Jersey that will represent the United States at the 30th Olympiad this summer in London:

ATHLETICSJulie Culley, 30, of Lebanon.Jeff Porter, 26, of Somerset.

BASKETBALLAsjha Jones, 31, of Piscataway.

FENCINGMaya Lawrence, 31, of Teaneck.Dagmara Wozniak, 24, of Avenel.

FIELD HOCKEYMichelle Vittese, 22, of Cherry Hill.Rachael Dawson, 26, of Berlin.

GYMNASTICSSteven Gluckstein, 22, of Highlands.

JUDONick Delpopolo, 23, of Westfield.

ROWINGSteve Kasprzyk, 30, of Cinnaminson.

SHOOTINGMatt Emmons, 31, of Brown Mills.

SOCCERTobin Heath, 24, of Basking Ridge.Carli Lloyd, 29, of Delran.Heather O'Reilly, 27, of East Brunswick.Christie Rampone, 37, of Point Pleasant.

SWIMMINGConnor Jaeger, 21, of Fair Haven. Rebecca Soni, 25, of Plainsboro.

TENNISChristina McHale, 20, of Englewood Cliffs.

WRESTLINGJordan Burroughs, 24, of Sicklerville.