Chioma Ubogagu

Chioma Ubogagu
Chioma Ubogagu
Chioma Ubogagu
Forward
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Real Name: Chioma Ubogagu
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 26 (09/10/1992)
Hometown: London, United Kingdom

CLUB
2017: Played in 19 games for Orlando, 16 of them starts … Scored four goals … Accounted for three assists in 1345 minutes … Tallied the first assist in Orlando City Stadium … Assisted on the game winning goal on Sept. 2, against Boston … Acquired by the Pride on Jan. 23 in a trade with Houston … 2016: Made 15 appearances for the Dash … Started nine games ... Voted NWSL Week 4 Player of the Week after scoring a goal and an assist in a 2-1 win at Houston … 2015: Selected with the No. 28 overall pick in the 2015 NWSL College Draft by Sky Blue FC ... Elected to forgo the 2015 NWSL season and signed with Arsenal Ladies in her birthplace of London … Made her debut with Arsenal on April 3 … Made 21 total appearances for the Gunners, scoring seven times ... Had her NWSL rights traded to Houston on Nov. 25

INTERNATIONAL
2017: Received her first national team call-up in November, as a defender … 2015: Led the U.S. U23 Women’s National Team to the Four Nations Tournament championship … Scored two goals in the U23s 2-2 draw with Norway on May 29 ... 2014: A member of the U23 U.S. WNT … Won the Six Nations Tournament in La Manga, Spain ... Scored a goal in the tournament’s second match, a 2-1 win over Sweden on Mar. 3 … 2013: Called into training camps with the U.S. U23 Women’s National Team in April and December ... 2012: A member of the 2012 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup championship roster … Appeared in all six matches of the World Cup, scoring once … Scored the game-winning goal of the 2012 CONCACAF Women’s U20 Championship ...

COLLEGE
Ubogagu graduated from Stanford University … 2014: Started all 25 matches of the season … Finished second on the team with 27 points (10 goals, seven assists) … Reached the NCAA Final Four, falling to UNC in double overtime ... Earned All-Pac-12 First Team honors … Named to the All-Pacific Region First Team … 2013: Appeared in 20 matches, starting in 19 … Scored two goals and added seven assists … Ranked second on the team in points … Named an All-Pac-12 honorable mention … Led Stanford to the NCAA quarterfinal round ... 2012: Missed the first six matches while playing for the winning U.S. team in Japan at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup ... Was second on the team in scoring, with 21 points (5 goals, 11 assists) ... Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Season Third Team ... An NSCAA All-Pacific Region second team choice ... Named to the All-Pac-12 first team ... 2011: Pac-12 Freshman of the Year ... Soccer America All-Freshman first team ... NSCAA All-Pacific Region second team ... All-Pac-12 second team ... NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team ... Pac-12 All-Freshman Team ... No. 3 in Top Drawer Soccer's Freshman Top 100 rankings


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