Date of Birth7.2.1989 (32)
BirthplaceSan Dimas, CA United States
2020: Signed with Tottenham through the remainder of the year on Sept. 12 … Debuted for the Spurs on Nov. 7 … Appeared in four matches … Scored two goals.
2019: Appeared in six matches ... Started five ... Missed 10 matches for international duty ... Suffered a patella stress reaction while away with the U.S. WNT to miss remainder of the year.
2018: Appeared in 19 matches for the Pride, 17 of them starts … Netted five goals … Tallied two assists … Totaled 1500 minutes.
2017: Played 13 games for Orlando, 12 of them starts … Scored nine goals in 1058 minutes, tied for fifth most in the league … Tallied four assists … Elected to NWSL Second Best XI … Awarded NWSL Player of the Month for August … Elected to the NWSL Team of the Month in August … Game-winning goal at FC Kansas City on August 26 was selected as Week 18 Goal of the Week … Scored four game winning goals …. Started the year with Olympique Lyonnais in France … Scored five goals in nine appearances … Won the Division 1 Feminine title … Won the French Cup … Women’s Champions League Champion.
2016: Started and played all 90 minutes in 15 matches … Missed five games due to international duty … Scored four goals and one assist … Tallied a 79th minute game-winner on May 14 against Western New York … Earned NWSL Goal of the Week in Weeks 5 and 17 for her winner against WNY and a goal on Sept. 3 at Houston … Signed a six-month contract with Olympique Lyonnais in France on Dec. 20.
2015: A member of Portland Thorns FC … Appeared in four games, three starts, in a season shortened by the Women’s World Cup … Scored a goal and two assists in that time … Acquired by Orlando via trade with Portland on Oct. 26.
2014: Appeared in 14 regular-season matches, 13 starts … Recorded six goals and four assists … Ranked third in the NWSL in shots on goal (36) and sixth in shots (56) … Tallied her first brace with the Thorns, earning her NWSL Player of the Week honors in a 6-1 win at Washington on June 21 … Finished with a goal and two assists in a 6-3 win against Boston on July 20, becoming the first player in club history to record multiple multi-assist games.
2013: Allocated to Portland Thorns FC … Led the Thorns to the inaugural NWSL Championship, defeating WNY 2-0 … Finished the year with eight goals and five assists … Supporters’ Player of the Year … NWSL Best XI Second Team … League leader in shots (82) and shots on goal (44) … Team’s Golden Boot winner.
2012: Played for the Seattle Sounders FC Women in the W-League … Made three appearances, recording two goals and two assists in 253 minutes.
2011: First overall pick in the 2011 WPS Draft by the Western New York Flash … Helped the club to the WPS title in its first year … Played 689 minutes in 14 games for the Flash, starting six, and had four goals and three assists.
2021: Appeared in three matches for the U.S. at the SheBelieves Cup … Started one match … Scored first international goal since becoming a mother on Feb. 24.
2020: Earned one cap … Made first appearance for the U.S. on Nov. 27 after giving birth to her first child earlier in the year.
2019: 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Champion ... Started six matches for the U.S. in pursuit of its fourth World Cup title ... Scored six goals ... Won the Silver Boot for the tournament ... Scored five goals in the Americans’ opener against Thailand to tie the World Cup single-game goals record set by Michelle Akers in 1991 ... Tallied three assists in the tournament ... Totaled 16 appearances for the U.S. ... Recorded 15 starts ... Netted nine goals ... FIFA FIFPro Women’s World 11 Selection ... Named to her third FIFA Women’s World Cup roster on May 2 ... Scored her 100th international goal on April 4 against Australia.
2018: Appeared in 19 matches for the U.S. … Started 18 … Scored 18 goals, the second highest total in a year in her U.S. WNT career … U.S. Soccer Female Player of the Year … Tallied three assists … Led U.S. to first Tournament of Nations title.
2017: Awarded CONCACAF Female Player of the Year for the second consecutive year … Elected to the CONCACAF Female Best XI … Appeared 14 times for the United States … Scored seven goals in 698 minutes, leading the U.S. WNT in scoring … Tallied two assists.
2016: Finished the year tied for the team lead in goals with 17 … Also totaled three assists … Was named CONCACAF Female Player of the Year and to the Best XI … Named to the 2016 Rio Olympic roster … Appeared in four matches … Scored a goal in the Olympic opener against New Zealand and in the USA’s penalty kick loss to Sweden in the quarterfinal.
2015: Led the USA to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup championship … Started all four knockout round games, scoring against Colombia and earning penalty kicks against Colombia and most importantly against Germany which proved to be the winning goal in the match that send the USA to the World Cup Final ... Played in 1,546 minutes while playing in 22 of the USA 26 games … Scored seven goals … Helped the USA win its 10th Algarve Cup in Portugal ... Scored her 50th international goal in a match against England … Named to the CONCACAF Best XI.
2014: Spent the first part of the year finishing her recovery from an ankle injury but returned to play in seven matches, starting four, while scoring five goals with four assists.
2013: Missed a few games due to an ankle injury, but still played 811 minutes in 12 games, while starting 10 … Scored six goals with four assists, including the equalizer against Sweden during a 1-1 tie in the final group match of the Algarve Cup that sent the USA to the championship game, where she scored both goals in a 2-0 victory vs. Germany … Was a finalist for the FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year … Was the CONCACAF Women’s Player of the Year, the first time the award has been given out.
2012: Had one of the best scoring years in U.S. history, pounding in 28 goals with 21 assists to lead the team in both categories … Was named the U.S. Soccer Female Athlete of the Year for the first time … Her goal total was the third-best in U.S. history behind only Michelle Akers (39 in 1991) and Abby Wambach (31 in 2004) … Her assist total was tied for second-best in U.S. history behind only Mia Hamm (22 in 2004) and tied with Carin Gabarra (21 in 1991) … Finished third in the voting for the FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year … Started all six games at the 2012 Olympics, her first, playing all but 27 minutes of the tournament … Scored three goals in the Olympics including one of the most dramatic goals in women’s soccer history in the 123rd minute of the semifinal against Canada, the latest goal ever scored in FIFA history.
2011: Played in her first Women’s World Cup … Had a goal and an assist in the championship game, becoming the first U.S. player to get a goal and an assist in the World Cup final … Played in 19 total matches, starting just two, but scored six goals with two assists … Given the Top Scorer Award at the Algarve Cup … On the shortlist for FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year.
2010: Earned her first career cap on Mar. 31 against Mexico in Salt Lake City … Played in eight matches, all off the bench, and scored one of the most important goals in recent U.S. history when she came into the first leg of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Playoff against Italy in Padova on Nov. 20 and scored the winning goal in stoppage time to give the USA a 1-0 victory … Scored her first career goal on Oct. 2 against China in Chester, Penn.
2009: Earned her first call-up to the senior side in December.
Morgan graduated from the University of California, Berkeley … Finished as the school’s third all-time leading scorer … 2010: Notched 14 goals and 64 shots … Missed a number of matches due to U.S. WNT commitments … CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District team … NSCAA All-American honors … All-Pac-10 First Team member … Player of the Year candidate … One of three finalists for the Hermann Trophy Award … A finalist for the Honda Award.
2009: Led Cal with 14 goals, eight assists, 97 shots, and 55 shots on goal … Registered three game-winning goals … All-Pac-10 first team … Hermann Trophy watch-list member … All-Pacific Region second team … Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
2008: Finished top in points (23), goals (9), shots (76) and shots on goal (39) … Soccer Buzz All-West Region Team second team … Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
2007: Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection … Pac-10 All-Freshman pick … Second-team Soccer Buzz Freshman All-American … Second-team Soccer America All-Freshman … Third-team Soccer Buzz All-West region honoree … Started 15 of the 17 games she played in … Led Cal in points (18) and goals (8).