Julie Foudy played for the USWNT for nearly two decades and is a two-time FIFA Women's World Cup champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist. Our very own Foudy Crewneck L/S Training Top is named after Julie for her incredible leadership as a captain for 13 of her 17 years on the US team. Julie founded the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy and was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2007. She is currently an analyst and reporter for ESPN. Julie is also the author of Choose to Matter: Being Courageously and Fabulously YOU.
A former professional player in Brazil and collegiate player for Cal State Fullerton and Cal State Bakersfield, Jasmine is now an ambassador and advocate for women in sport. On June 24th, 2017, she set an official Guinness World Record with Equal Playing Field for the highest altitude soccer game ever, playing 90 minutes in the crater of Mt. Kilimanjaro at 18,746ft. and will set another world record on April 5th, 2018, for the lowest altitude soccer game at the Dead Sea in Jordan. Jasmine is an author, motivational speaker and mother committed to creating a world without limits and without labels.
Lori's professional playing career spanned 13 years, with her most notable accomplishment representing the United States Women’s National Team at the 2011 Women’s World Cup in Germany, and helping the team earn the 2012 Olympic Gold Medal in London. Lori is one of only four players to have played in all three U.S. professional women’s soccer leagues. She finished her career in December 2014 with Canberra United of the Australian W-League where she played the past two seasons. Lori was a two-time All-American at the University of Virginia and was twice named ACC Player of the Year, joining Mia Hamm as the only two players to accomplish the feat.
Caitlyn Schrepfer is the current USA female freestyle soccer champion. In the 4 years she's been freestyling professionally, she's ranked top 8 in the co-ed USA championship as well as 2nd in the world. You can find her on past and upcoming World Cup commercials alongside international live performances.
Danielle was a member of the U.S. Women's National Team from 2000-2005, winning a silver medal at the 2000 Olympics and a bronze in the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup. She was also a NCAA champion with Santa Clara University and a WUSA champion with the Carolina Courage. Currently, Danielle is a television analyst for both the men's and women's game. She is also a board member for the U.S. Soccer Foundation and the Bay Area Women's Sports Initiative, and is passionate about using sports as a means to teach young athletes positive lessons about life.
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