2023 MLS Regular Season
2023 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary

Acquired via trade with Seattle Reign FC on October 26, 2015

2016 NWSL: Made 19 appearances (11 starts) … Scored one goal, in a 3-0 victory over Portland … Made Dash debut on 4/16 vs. Chicago

2015 NWSL: Made 12 appearances for Seattle (4 starts) … Scored game-winning goal vs. Western New York on July 11, heading in a corner kick in the 55th minute … Traded to Seattle from Western New York in March along with rights to Abby Wambach in exchange for Sydney Leroux and Amanda Frisbie … Did not make an appearance for Western New York

2014 NWSL: Appeared in 20 matches (19 starts) for Portland after signing in January 2014 (drafted by Thorns FC in 2013 NWSL College Draft) … Recorded one goal and two assists ... Tallied her first points for Portland with two assists in a 2-0 win against Washington on June 15, becoming the fourth player in club history to register multiple assists in a match ... Scored her first goal for Thorns FC in a 7-1 win against FC Kansas City on July 13 … Traded to Western New York Flash in November 2014 … LOAN: Returned to Bayern Munich on loan for fall of 2014 … Made 8 appearances (7 starts) in Frauen Bundesliga play … Started two matches and scored one goal in DFB Pokal Women's tournament

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 2013-14: Started 9 matches for Bayern Munich in the Frauen Bundesliga, scoring five goals … Started two matches and scored a goal in the Women's DFB Pokal … 2013: Signed with Bayern Munich in January … Started 10 matches and scored four goals in the Frauen Bundesliga … Started one Women's DFB Pokal match

INTERNATIONAL: United States international (1 cap) … 2014: Called into January camp with senior national team … 2013: Made senior team debut in 4-1 win over Brazil on November 10, started and played 81 minutes … 2012: Captained the U-23 Women’s National Team in 2012, appearing in six matches and scoring three goals ... Helped lead the team to the championship of the Four Nations Tournament in La Manga, Spain, on March 1 … 2011: Made six appearances with the U-23 WNT, scoring once ...2010: Made four appearances at FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup, scored one goal in quarterfinal match vs. Nigeria (1-1 draw, U.S. lost 4-2 in penalties) … Was a key substitute for the U-20 Women’s National Team during the CONCACAF U-20 Championship tournament, helping the team qualify for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup … 2008: Made five appearances at FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, losing 2-1 in extra time to North Korea in the final

COLLEGE: Four-year letterwinner for North Carolina Tar Heels … 17 goals, 19 assists in 93 career games (81 starts) … 2011-12 team captain … 2012: Started all 23 games, recording seven goals and six assists en route to NCAA Championship … First team (Top Drawer Soccer) and Third team (NSCAA) All-America … Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Year … First team All-ACC … ACC Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year … 2011: Started all 19 matches, scoring three goals and tallying eight assists … First team All-ACC… 2010: Started all 24 matches, scoring seven goals and adding two assists … Second team All-ACC … 2009: 27 games played (15 starts) as a freshman, recording three assists … First team (Soccer America) and Second team (Top Drawer Soccer) Freshman All-America … First team Freshman All-ACC

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Attended the Pennington School in Pennington, New Jersey … Recorded 62 goals and 30 assists in three years of high school soccer … Did not play senior year due to national team commitments and injury … 2008 NSCAA Girls' Scholar Athlete of the Year … 2007 state high jump champion … Also ran 100 and 200 meters … Played club soccer with Arsenal World Class, Vincent United, Langhorne Strikers, and Lenape Valley