Limited to 12 regular season matches (ten starts), playing a total of 750 minutes. Scored one goal and added an assist. Started in all four of her Challenge Cup appearances.
Started 22 matches, playing a total of 1,972 minutes. Scored three goals, including the equalizing penalty kick in the NWSL Championship match. Added three assists. Captain of the 2021 NWSL Championship team.
Limited to four matches (all starts), playing a total of 302 minutes. Logged an 83.2% successful pass rate including over 70% in both halves of the field. Forced six interceptions, made five clearances and one block.
Started all 23 matches, playing a total of 2,070 minutes. Scored two goals and added 27 shots and seven shots on goal. Logged an 82.3% successful pass rate, including 90.7% passing accuracy in the defensive half of the field and 70.5% on the offensive side. Named to the Team of the Month in June.
Appeared in 23 matches (22 starts), playing a total of 1,984 minutes. Recorded an 86% successful tackle rate and made 34 interceptions. Logged a 78.9% successful pass rate, making 20 key passes.
Has appeared in eight matches (six starts), playing a total of 490 minutes. Increased her career U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) caps to 45. Called up for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup – her first World Cup appearance.
Started in all 15 of her caps, playing a total of 1,126 minutes. Scored one goal and added one assist. Became one of four players to start in 15 or more matches in 2022.
Appeared in six matches (five starts), playing a total of 437 minutes. Scored her first two international goals and added an assist. Was one of the final cuts to the Tokyo Olympic roster.
Started in her lone appearance, playing a full 90 minutes during the COVID-shortened international calendar.
Appeared in four games, playing a total of 145 minutes. Was one of the final cuts to the 2019 World Cup Team.
Started in her four appearances, playing a total of 241 minutes.
Appeared three times (one start), playing a total of 76 minutes.
Capped for the USWNT for the first time. Started in her four appearances, playing a total of 314 minutes. Added two assists.
One of the nation’s top players during her four-year career at Stanford (2014-17). Named the 2017 MAC Hermann Trophy Award winner, 2017 Pac-12 Midfielder of the Year, and 2017 TopDrawerSoccer Player of the Year. Recognized as a two-time MAC Hermann Trophy finalist (2016-17), three-time First Team All-American (2015-17) and four-time First Team All-Pac-12 member (2014-17). Earned the 2014 Pac-12 Freshman of the Year and was the 2014 consensus national freshman of the year (TopDrawerSoccer, Soccer America).