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Crystal
Dunn

  • Position Defender
  • Number 19
  • Date of Birth Jul 03 1992
  • Hometown Rockville Centre, NY
  • Height 5' 1"
  • Club PORTLAND THORNS FC

Accolades for Days

Crystal Dunn has won virtually every award, both team and individual. As a senior in high school, Dunn won five separate Player of the Year awards including the New York Gatorade Player of the Year award. Along with winning the 2012 NCAA Championship with UNC, Dunn was named the country’s best collegiate player as the winner of the prestigious Hermann Trophy. Additionally, she was named the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Defender and Player of the Year. And it wasn’t just collegiate awards in 2012. Dunn helped lead the U-20s to a world title at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan.

As a professional, Dunn continued to make waves at the club level, scoring 15 goals for the Washington Spirit to take home the 2015 NWSL Golden Boot, a spot on the NWSL Best XI and the league’s MVP award at age 23 (she remains the youngest player to win the NWSL MVP). The next year, Dunn played a major role for the U.S. as she led the Stars and Stripes in scoring at the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament to win yet another Golden Boot.

快猫成人app官网下载 More trophies, both team and personal, followed last season as Dunn was named to the NWSL Best XI for her role in the NC Courage’s sweep of trophies (NWSL Shield, NWSL Championship and ICC Championship). Having missed out on the World Cup squad in 2015, Dunn is determined to lift the most coveted of trophies in France in 2019.

Reunited and It Feels so Good

Growing up in New Hyde Park, NY, Crystal Dunn played youth soccer for Paul Riley and the Albertson Fury. Fast forward to 2018, Dunn had a chance to reunite with her former club coach at the pro level when she left Chelsea to join the North Carolina Courage. Additionally, being back near her beloved UNC put Dunn in close proximity to her college coach, Anson Dorrance. Dunn puts the trifecta reunion like this: "A lot of what Paul preaches to us today is similar to what Anson was preaching four or five years ago."
U.S. Soccer Fans In Stadium
U.S. Soccer Fans In Stadium