Hometown: Gainesville, FL
Age: 25 (02/23/1993)
College: University of Florida
Last Club: Seattle Reign FC
Havana Solaun was traded to the Spirit during the 2016-2017 offseason. The former University of Florida standout was the only Spirit player to appear in all 24 games during the 2017 NWSL regular season. She scored five goals and led the team with four assists during the 2017 NWSL campaign, her first season with Washington.
2017: The only Spirit player to appear in all 24 games during the 2017 NWSL regular season… Scored five goals and led the team with four assists during her first season with Washington. 2016: Played in six matches, three starts, for Seattle Reign FC…scored game winner on June 12, 2016 against Houston Dash 2015: Drafted 15th overall by Seattle Reign FC…Suffered season ending injury during the 2015 preseason.
United States National Team: Represented the United States on the U-17, U-20, and U-23 U.S. national teams…2010 U.S. U-17 Women’s National team… Represented U.S. at CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship in Costa Rica in March of 2010 where the U.S. tied for third… Turned in three goals versus Cayman Islands in 2010 CONCACAF Group A play…
Canada National Team: Called into centralized camp in February 2015
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
2014: Gator co-captain… National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-South Region second team… All-Southeastern Conference first-team selection for second consecutive year… Second among Gators in goals (9) and points (27)… Tied for fifth in SEC in points, seventh in assists (9) and sixth in goals… Finished among the top 10 on following Gator Career Charts – No. 10 goals (30), No. 6 assists (32), No. T8 game-winning goals (11) and No. T8 points (92)…Appeared in every match, starting 22 2013: Gator co-captain… NSCAA All-South Region first team… All-SEC first-team and SEC All-Tournament team selection… Nine assists led the Gators and second with eight goals and 25 points… Started every match played… 2012: Started all but one match… Second among the Gators with 22 points and tied for second with seven goals… Also second with eight assists… Tied for fourth in Southeastern Conference (all matches) in assists and seventh in points…2011: SEC All-Freshman team selection… Third in assists (6), fourth in points (18) and fourth in goals (6)… Appeared in every match, starting three.