Player Details


Toni Pressley


5' 11"

Date of Birth

2.19.1990 (31)


Melbourne, FL United States


2020 MLS Regular Season
2020 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary


2020: Registered four appearances at the Fall Series … Tallied three starts … Helped the defense to a scoreless draw at North Carolina.

2019: Appeared in 10 matches … Started nine … Scored one goal on May 11 against Portland ... Missed nine matches to undergo treatment for breast cancer ... Returned to the pitch on October 12 less than three months removed from diagnosis.

2018: Appeared in 11 matches for the Pride with 10 starts … Tallied 813 minutes … Scored one goal in a 1-1 draw against Seattle Reign on July 21 … Earned Week 17 Goal of the Week honors for that goal … Loaned to Canberra United for the 2017-18 W-League season … Started and played every minute in all 12 matches … Scored two goals.

2017: Played in 18 games for Orlando, 13 of them starts … Scored one goal in 1218 minutes … Received NWSL Goal of the Week honor for that goal against Kansas City … Tallied one assist in the NWSL semifinal against Portland.

2016: Appeared in 14 matches, starting 11, for Orlando … Totaled 1027 minutes and eight shots from the backline.

2015: Joined the Houston Dash in May in a trade with Western New York Flash … Played and started one match for the Flash before being traded … Started and appeared in 15 matches for Houston … Was traded to Western New York Flash from the Washington Spirit in February.

2014: Played in nine games for a total of 701 minutes with the Spirit, tallying two shots.

2013: Played for Russian club Byazan VDV before signing with the Washington Spirit … Made eight starts for Washington, playing all 720 minutes.

2012: WSelected 13th overall of the 2012 WPS draft by the Philadelphia Independence, however the league folded before the season began … Signed with the Western New York Flash in the WPSL-Elite … Helped the Flash win the league championship after scoring a late equalizer in the final minute of stoppage time, forcing penalty kicks.

2009-10: Played for the Washington Freedom Futures of the W-league … Made a total of eight game appearances, notching one assist.

2008: Played with the Boston Renegades of the W-League … Made five appearances.


2011: Participated in the Three Nations Tournament with the U-23 team.

2010: Helped lead the Women’s U-20 squad to the Four Nations Cup title … Started and played every minute of every game … Member of the U-20 squad that made it to the quarterfinals in the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

2009: 2Participated with the U-20 squad during the Ten Nations Tournament … Member of the U.S. U-20 team that captured gold at the CONCACAF Qualifier.


Graduated from Florida State University.

2011: Finished her career tied for third in program history in appearances with 96 … Named to the NSCAA All-American Third Team and ACC All-Tournament Team.

2010: Named Soccer America MVP, First-Team All-American, NSCAA All-American Fourth Team, and All-ACC First Team… Ranked 41 on the Top Drawer National Top 100 Women.

2009: Started all 25 games ... Totaled over 2300 minutes on the pitch ... One of five Florida State players to start every game in 2009 ... Led all Seminole defenders with 10 points scoring two goals and six assists...Set season-highs for points and assists while tying a season-high for game-winning goals.

2008: Named to the All-ACC Second team as a freshman.