The events actually wrapped up Thursday morning US time, so you'll be able to watch a replay during NBC primetime or on NBCSN at 10:45am ET and 3:00pm ET (12:00pm PT).
Friday's race was Thompson's first competitive event since she ruptured her anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament during a training run in October that forced her to sit out the World Cup season.
With the top six skaters to go, the Americans nearly certainly will wind up ninth, 10th and 11th.
Veteran Marianne St-Gelais was eliminated in the quarter-finals and will leave the Olympics empty handed for the first time, having earned a silver at Sochi 2014 and a two silvers at Vancouver 2010.
Team USA is out of medal contention after triple Axel Olympic star Mirai Nagasu and national champ Bradie Tennell both fell during their short program routines. Last March, the US women's hockey team boycotted the world championships for better pay.More news: Surrender? Cabinet Agree to 'Voluntarily' Accept EU Rules After Brexit
South Korean officials arranged a later meeting between the two, U.S. officials said, but the North Koreans pulled out at the last minute.
Don Kildow served in the Army Corps of Engineers during the Korean War in the 1950s.
"I missed four last shots to win three games early and essentially took us out of the competition", he said. Lindsey Vonn led after the downhill portion, but she skied out in the slalom.
The women of the United States Olympic team are aiming to make history with just two days left in Pyeongchang. The team of brothers Liu Shaoang and Liu Shaolin Sandor, along with Viktor Knoch and Csaba Burjan, set an Olympic record of 6 minutes, 31.971 seconds. "I'm really proud of this team and psyched to be a part of it".
Mariama Jamanka won the women's bobsled, giving Germany its fifth gold medal in eight sliding events so far at Pyeongchang. The pair took the one-two spots ahead of Fanny Smith of Switzerland who finished third for the bronze medal.More news: Lakers rookie set to return Friday after 15-game absence
While Serwa and Phelan gave the Canadians a one-two finish, teammates Marielle Thompson and India Sherrit were not so fortunate. There was no immediate update on her status.
India Sherret was 11th and they'll all have a shot at moving onto the medal rounds when the 1/8 finals begin Thursday at 8 p.m. ET. Kaetlyn Osmond of Canada is now third, but Japan's Satoko Miyahara and Kaori Sakamoto are within striking distance.
The fallout was noticeable within U.S. Figure Skating, where membership declined three straight years.
Anderson became the first female snowboarder to win two medals at a single Olympics.
Americans Bradie Tennell, Mirai Nagasu and Karen Chen are unlikely to medal after struggling in their short programs.More news: Idea offers Rs 2000 cashback on 4G smartphones
Standing atop the podium at the Olympics is a priceless memory for athletes.