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U.S. WOMEN: Women's World Cup roster
August 26th, 2003 3:03PM
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18 Siri Mullinix (Washington Freedom), 25 years old, 38 caps/0 goals
Hometown: Greensboro, N.C. College: North Carolina

1 Briana Scurry (Atlanta Beat), 32, 119/0
Hometown: Dayton, Minn. College: Massachusetts

2 Kylie Bivens (Atlanta Beat), 24 years old, 7 caps/0 goals
Hometown: Upland, Calif. College: Santa Clara

6 Brandi Chastain (San Jose CyberRays), 35, 169/29
Hometown: San Jose, Calif. College: Santa Clara

14 Joy Fawcett (San Diego Spirit), 35, 214/26
Hometown: Huntington Beach, Calif. College: California

3 Christie Pearce (New York Power), 28, 100/4
Hometown: Point Pleasant, N.J. College: Monmouth

4 Catherine Reddick (University of North Carolina), 21, 34/1
Hometown: Vestavia, Ala. College: North Carolina (senior)

17 Danielle Slaton (Carolina Courage), 23, 39/1
Hometown: San Jose, Calif. College: Santa Clara

15 Kate Sobrero (Boston Breakers), 27, 95/0
Hometown: Bloomfield Hills, Mich. College: Notre Dame

7 Shannon Boxx (New York Power), 26 years old, 0 caps/0 goals
Hometown: Redondo Beach, Calif. College: Notre Dame

11 Julie Foudy (San Diego Spirit), 32, 229/41
Hometown: Mission Viejo, Calif. College: Stanford

19 Angela Hucles (Boston Breakers), 25, 22/1
Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va. College: Virginia

5 Tiffany Roberts (Carolina Courage), 26, 99/7
Hometown: San Ramon, Calif. College: North Carolina

13 Kristine Lilly (Boston Breakers), 32, 253/91
Hometown: Wilton, Conn. College: North Carolina

10 Aly Wagner (San Diego Spirit), 23, 45/10
Hometown: San Jose, Calif. College: Santa Clara

9 Mia Hamm (Washington Freedom), 31 years old, 237 caps/140 goals
Hometown: Austin, Texas. College: North Carolina

8 Shannon MacMillan (San Diego Spirit), 28, 154/58
Hometown: Escondido, Calif. College: Portland

16 Tiffeny Milbrett (New York Power), 30, 190/98
Hometown: Portland, Ore. College: Portland

12 Cindy Parlow (Atlanta Beat), 25, 126/61
Hometown: Memphis, Tenn. College: North Carolina

20 Abby Wambach (Washington Freedom), 23, 12/7
Hometown: Rochester, N.Y. College: Florida


Total caps: 2,182
Average caps: 109.1 average
Median caps: 99.5
Most caps: Kristine Lilly, 253

Total goals: 575
Average goals: 28.75 average
Median goals: 7
Most goals: Mia Hamm, 140

Average age: 27 years, 348 days
Median age: 26 years, 99.5 days
Oldest: Joy Fawcett, 35 years, 224 days
Youngest: Catherine Reddick, 21 years, 222 days

Note: Ages as of Sept. 20

(with games/goals in parentheses)

1991 World Cup -- Brandi Chastain (2/0), Joy Fawcett (5/1), Julie Foudy (6/1), Mia Hamm (6/2), Kristine Lilly (6/0). Note: Head coach April Heinrichs (5/4) also played for U.S.

1995 World Cup -- Fawcett (6/1), Foudy (6/1), Hamm (6/2), Lilly (6/3), Tiffeny Milbrett (6/3), Tiffany Roberts (5/0), Briana Scurry (5/0).

1996 Olympics -- Chastain (5/0), Fawcett (5/0), Foudy (5/0), Hamm (4/1), Lilly (5/0), Shannon MacMillan (5/3), Tiffeny Milbrett (5/2), Cindy Parlow (2/0), Roberts (5/0), Scurry (5/0).

1999 World Cup -- Chastain (6/1), Fawcett (6/1), Foudy (6/1), Hamm (6/2), Lilly (6/2), MacMillan (6/1), Milbrett (6/3), Parlow (6/2), Christie Pearce (1/0), Robets (2/0), Sobrero (5/0), Scurry (6/0).

2000 Olympics -- Chastain (5/1), Fawcett (5/0), Foudy (5/0), Hamm (4/2), Lilly (5/1), MacMillan (5/1), Milbrett (5/3), Siri Mullinix (5/0), Parlow (5/5), Pearce (5/0), Scurry (0/0), Danielle Slaton (0/0), Sobrero (5/0)

Preparatory matches

Sept. 1 -- vs. Costa Rica at Carson, Calif.
Sept. 7 -- vs. Mexico at San Jose

Women's World Cup
Sept. 21 -- vs. Sweden at Washington
Sept. 25 -- vs. Nigeria at Philadelphia
Sept. 28 -- vs. North Korea at Columbus, Ohio
*Oct. 1 -- Quarterfinal at Foxboro, Mass.
*Oct. 5 -- Semifinal at Portland, Ore.
*Oct. 11/12 -- Third place/Final at Carson, Calif.

* -- U.S. must advance to play in these matches

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