2004 Athens Olympics : Gold medal.
2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup :
2008 Beijing Olympics : Gold medal.
2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup : Silver medal.
2012 London Olympics
: Gold medal.
2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup : Gold medal.
230 Caps with the National Team. 46 Goals with the National Team 3 Olympic Goals. 3 World cup Goals.
In her stint as a principal forward for the U-20 and U-23 USWNTs from 2006-2009, KO scored more goals than Alex, A-Rod and Press combined, and is tied with Syd (24 goals in 39 caps).
Jersey numbers 10, 19, 17 & 21. Pics from 2007 U-20 World Cup, Concacaf Cup, 2008 Pan-American Games qualifiers etc…
Technically not a statistical tie with Syd if you include the formula. Hate to quibble cuz I love Syd way too much, but if you add Syd’s caps for CANWNT, she has 24 goals in 41 caps as a U-20 to KO’s 24 goals in 35 caps.
Add that to KO’s parallel achievements at the Stanford Cardinal, where she led the team in scoring in 3 out of her 4 years there, and led the the nation in goals (26) and points (65) as a senior in 2009.
As a pure offensive starter, the case for her being the dominant collegiate and USWNT youth-development player of the late ‘aughts, is pretty good. And all without a NCAA D1—nor a U-20 championship—especially when you consider that UNC won three titles in the same period. As Bruins, Syd and Lauren Cheney come the closest…and if they played Press more as a U-20/23.
Darren Fletcher is set to leave Manchester United, a club he’s played In since 1995, and join West Ham in the next couple of days. Before his illness, he was one of the best box to box midfielders. I will truly miss him, a red through and through! A legend for this club!
Here are his biggest honors :
07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13
FA Cup (1): 2003–04