Civana Kuhlmann

#20 Forward

Status Inactive, SEI
Position Forward
Home Town Denver, Colo.
Age 04/14/1999
Height 5'6"
College 2017-21: Stanford, 2022: Colorado
Pronouns She/Her
Acquired Drafted by the Spirit, 2023 NWSL Draft
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Career Summary


Represented the United States at the U14, U15, U17, U18 and U20 levels…Called up to the U17 National Team camp at the age of 14 in 2013…Played in the U17 World Cup qualifiers in 2013 and 2017…Youngest U.S. player to score at the U17 level (14) on Oct. 31, 2013…Participated in the 2017 U20 World Cup…Only American female to score a hat trick at the U17 World Cup.


Transferred to Colorado… Named an Academic All-American… appeared and started in 19 matches, scoring 12 goals and adding six assists


All Pac-12 Third Team, Pac-12 Fall Academic Honor Roll, started in all 14 matches…Tied for the team-lead with four goals…All four goals were game-winners…Led Stanford in shots (43) and shots on goal (20).


Part of NCAA and Pac-12 Championship team, Pac-12 Fall Academic Honor Roll, suffered a season-ending injury in Stanford’s preseason win over Missouri (Aug. 11).


Part of Pac-12 Championship team, made 17 starts in 23 appearances…Totaled seven goals and three assists…Had three game-winning goals…Helped send the Cardinal to the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament with the game-winning goal against Tennessee (Nov. 23).


Part of NCAA and Pac-12 Championship team, All Pac-12 Freshman team, made 11 starts in 25 appearances…Ranked eighth in the Pac-12 with 22 points (9 G, 4 A)…Scored two goals against Colorado (Oct. 8)…Made collegiate debut at Marquette (Aug. 18).

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