Kristen Edmonds

Kristen Edmonds
Kristen Edmonds
Kristen Edmonds
Real Name: Kristen Edmonds
HT: 5' 5"
Age: 33 (05/22/1987)
Hometown: Metuchen, NJ


2019: Appeared in 13 matches … Started nine … Recorded her 100th NWSL cap on Sept. 29 against Sky Blue FC ... 2018: Appeared in 15 matches … Started 13 … Scored one goal against Utah … Earned Week 16 Goal of the Week honors … 2017: Played in 22 matches for Orlando … Started in 20 matches … Scored two goals in 1802 minutes … 2016: Had a breakout year in her first season with the Pride … Led the team with six goals, earning the Golden Boot award … Led the Pride to a comeback win over Boston on July 10 … Scored goals at 90’ and 93+’ for the 2-1 victory … Earned NWSL Week 12 Player of the Week and Goal of the Week for her performance … Also totaled two assists, both leading to Alex Morgan goals … Assisted on Morgan’s May 14 game-winner against Western New York ... Appeared in 19 matches, missing only one to injury … 2015: Missed three games due to injury … Made 11 appearances, 10 starts for the Western New York Flash … Tallied one assist on the year, on a header goal by Jasmyne Spencer … 2014: Played in her first season with the Flash after signing a contract on February 21, 2014 … Appeared in all 22 games, starting in 19 of them … Played 1739 minutes… Tallied one assists while playing defense for the club … 2013: Played with FC Rossiyanka of the Russian Premier League … Scored two goals and added seven assists in 13 appearances … Appeared in two contests in the UEFA Women’s Champions League … 2012: Returned to the N.J. Wildcats in the W-League… Tallied one goal in 23 appearances … 2011: Played with Stjarnan of the Icelandic Football League … Helped lead the team to a Pepsideild League Championship … 2009-2010: Played with the Hudson Valley Quickstrike Lady Blues of the W-League … Became co-captain in 2010 and helped lead the team to two regular-season championships … Scored five goals and five assists in 25 appearances … 2005: Made four appearances with the N.J. Wildcats of the W-League … Lead the team to a W-League championship … Tallied two goals



2017: Called into the U.S. WNT's annual January Camp held in Carson, California … 2016: Earned her first call-up to the U.S. Women’s National Team on Oct. 27



Edmonds graduated from Rutgers University … 2008: Started in all 22 games, scoring five goals and six assists … 2007: Recorded two goals and one assist in 16 games … 2006: Tallied one goal and three assists … 2005: Scored six goals and six assists for 18 points … Became the first rookie to lead the Scarlet Knights in scoring since Carli Lloyd … Named to SoccerBuzz All-Region Freshman First Team


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