Boyds, Md. (June 23, 2018) – Washington Spirit first assistant coach Briana Scurry was presented with the Black Soccer Membership Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award during halftime of the club’s home game on Saturday at the Maryland SoccerPlex.
Scurry, who was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame earlier this year, is a two-time Olympic gold medalist and one-time FIFA Women’s World Cup champion goalkeeper. Her career total of 173 international appearances is the second most among female soccer goalkeepers.
Kim Crabbe, the first black woman to play for the U.S. Women’s National Team, was on hand to present Scurry with the Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday.
Special moment tonight as @BriScurry was presented with the Black Soccer Membership Association's Lifetime Achievement Award!#WeWill // #SpiritFam pic.twitter.com/m930r1Ytc5
— Washington Spirit (@WashSpirit) June 24, 2018