2020: Made three appearances at the NWSL Fall Series … Tallied 14 saves … Registered one clean sheet … Earned Save of the Week honors twice.
2019: Appeared and started in 13 matches … Recorded one clean sheet … Tallied 58 saves … Registered her 100th NWSL cap on August 10 against Houston … Earned NWSL Save of the Week honors four times … Missed 10 matches for international duty.
2018: Appeared in 21 matches for the Pride … Totaled 70 saves, third most in the league … Registered four clean sheets … Selected as NWSL Save of the Week winner six times … Missed three matches due to international duty.
2017: Started in 13 matches for Orlando … Missed 11 matches due to a quad injury sustained on May 21 against Seattle … Selected as NWSL Save of the Week winner six times … Recorded a career and club high 10 saves on April 29 against North Carolina … Accounted for two shutouts … Selected as team captain.
2016: Appeared in 15 matches, playing all 90 minutes … Missed five matches due to international duty … Was named NWSL Goalkeeper of the Year, her first time winning the honor … Named to the NWSL Best XI … Earned a total of nine NWSL Save of the Week honors … Finished the year with four shutouts, tied for fifth most in the league … Totaled 62 saves and a 1.33 goals-against-average ... Totaled a season-high eight saves on Sept. 3 in Houston.
2015: Made nine starts for the Spirit in a season cut short by the Women’s World Cup … Totaled 60 saves and a 1.33 goals against average … Finished with a 3-2-4 record … Acquired by Orlando with the No. 2 pick in the 2015 NWSL Expansion Draft.
2014: Started 19 games for a 10-5-4 record… One of only three goalkeepers in the NWSL to reach 10 or more wins.
2013: Started 18 games for the Washington Spirit … Signed on loan with Damallsvenskan club Tyresö … Started seven league matches for Tyresö and four UEFA Champions League matches.
2012: Allocated to the Washington Spirit for the inaugural NWSL season … Signed with FCR 2001 Duisburg in the Women’s Bundesliga … Played eight matches with Duisburg, seven Bundesliga games, and one German Cup game.
2011: Signed with Western New York Flash … Earned WPS Goalkeeper of the Year honors … Helped the club to the Regular-Season title and Championship in the club’s first year … Played every minute of all 18 regular season games … Tied for the league lead in shutouts with five.
2010: Taken in the second round of the WPS Draft, ninth overall, by St. Louis Athletica … Signed with the Washington Freedom as a free agent where she went 4-3-2 with four shutouts making 36 saves and allowing 10 goals.
2020: Appeared in one match for the U.S. WNT … Kept the clean sheet in an 8-0 victory over Panama in CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying.
2019: 2019 Women’s World Cup Champion … Was named to her second World Cup roster on May 2 … Played five matches for the U.S. WNT … Started three ... Recorded two clean sheets.
2018: Appeared in four matches for the U.S. Women’s National Team … Recorded eight saves … Totaled three shutouts.
2017: Appeared in three matches for the national team, recording 209 minutes.
2016: Earned CONCACAF Female Goalkeeper of the Year for the first time and to the CONCACAF Best XI … Was named an alternate for the U.S. WNT Rio Olympic roster … Appeared in three matches with the national team, posting one shutout.
2015: 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Champion … Played and started in the first two matches of the year for the U.S. WNT … Captured the USA’s 10th Algarve Cup.
2014: Played in one match and earned her first shutout in a 6-0 win over Haiti in the CONCACAF Championship.
2013: Made her senior team debut against Sweden on Mar. 11 at the Algarve Cup in Portugal, helping the USA to a 1-1 draw.
2012: Trained with U.S. WNT at multiple camps.
2011: Trained extensively with the U.S. team in the run-up to the Women’s World Cup.
2010: Got her second call-up to an extended training camp in Kennesaw, Ga., after the WPS season … Had extensive experience with the U.S. Youth National Teams.
Graduated from the University of North Carolina.
2009: Appeared in 25 matches, all of them starts … Capped her collegiate career with a second-consecutive NCAA Championship …Led the ACC with a 0.42 goals against average … Earned All-ACC First Team and All-ACC Tournament honors … Named to the All-College Cup Team … Tabbed as a NSCAA Scholar All-American.
2008: Appeared in 27 games with a goals against average of just 0.66 … Defeated Notre Dame 2-1 to win the NCAA Championship… Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Duke adidas Classic … Earned ACC Academic Honor Roll honors for the third year in a row.
2007: Appeared in 19 games, for a team-high 1,220 minutes … Allowed just nine goals and totaled 29 saves … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2006: Had a second ACL tear, but returned to the team to play in all six NCAA matches … Led the Tar Heels to the NCAA Title … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2005: Red-shirted her freshman year after tearing her right ACL.