Monica is a six-year Brazilian National Team player and currently plays for Madrid CFF. While playing for her National team, she won Copa America 2014 and 2018 and competed in the 2015 and 2019 World Cup, where she served as Captain, and in the 2016 Olympic Games. In Brazil, she has competed in Internacional and Flamengo. During the Orlando Pride off-season, Monica has played in the Australian W-League for Adelaide United and in the Spanish LaLiga for Atletico Madrid. (photo credit: @renatasouzaphotography)
Lauren was a four year starter on UCLA’s Women’s Soccer team, where she earned First team Pac 10 selection, two time UCLA defender MVP, and team MVP awards. Lauren represented the US Women’s national soccer team at the U16, U20, U23 and US Women’s team. Lauren is now playing professional soccer, where she has won the the National Women’s Soccer League Shield two years in a row (2014, 2015) with Reign FC. Lauren has earned team honors for Defender of the Year and NWSL Best XI team (2015). Lauren also has experience playing overseas in the Australian W-League with Melbourne Victory.
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.
Tracy Hamm is currently the Head Coach at UC Davis and was previously the Head Coach at SF State from 2015-2019, where she posted a winning season every year. Tracy became just the second American woman to receive a UEFA “A” coaching license in 2019. She earned her UEFA ‘B’ Coaching License from the Welsh FA in 2016 and in 2017, earned her USSF “B” Coaching License from the U.S. Soccer Federation. She is also the head coach at St. Ignatius High School and is the NPL Director for the Livermore Fusion Soccer Club. Tracy played for the Atlanta Beat in Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) and captained the Cal Bears in college.
World record holder, Hajra Khan took the mantle of captaincy of Pakistan’s National Women’s Football team at the age of 20. She is the only Pakistani footballer to have been invited by and trained with German Bundesliga Clubs. Signed by SHR Football Club in Maldives, she is the only Pakistani to score more than a 100 goals in her club career. She is a TEDx Speaker, a UNICEF MH Champion, a part of the UNWomen BEAT ME Campaign, and is listed in the Malala Fund- Top 18 Game Changers. Hajra represented Pakistan Beach Netball Team and won bronze at the South Asian Beach Games. She is also a member of Pakistan’s National Basketball team. She’s the only Pakistani footballer from 25 countries to play the World Record – Lowest Altitude Football Match at the Dead Sea in Jordan.
Tziarra (“Zee”) King is a graduate of North Carolina State who now plays for the Utah Royals. Zee was the 8th overall pick in the 2020 NWSL College Draft and the first player in NC State program history to be drafted to the pro league. As a student-athlete, she was the first women’s soccer player to win the Scholar-Athlete of the Year award, and was then one of two players nominated by the Atlantic Coast Conference for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award. So far as a pro, she has made a lasting impact on both her team and the greater community through her incredible skills on the field and outstanding passion for social justice and equality.
Gina Lewandowski has been playing professional soccer since 2007 and is currently playing for Sky Blue FC in the NWSL. She played in Germany for FC Bayern Munich and also won the Triple in 2008 with FC Frankfurt, which consisted of the UEFA Cup title, Bundesliga title, and German Cup title, all in one year. Originally from Coopersburg, PA, she graduated from Lehigh University with a B.S. in Biology, where she earned Patriot League Rookie of the Year and two-year offensive player of the year.
Katie Naughton played collegiate soccer for the University of Notre Dame as a four-year starter and three-year captain. Throughout her career, Katie has been part of the U.S. youth development teams, ranging from the U15-U23 levels. In 2014, she was selected as part of the U20 World Cup Team that competed in Canada. After being drafted to the Chicago Red Stars in 2015, Katie was able to return to her home state to start her professional career. She helped the Red Stars to the NWSL Championship in 2019 before being traded to the Houston Dash. Katie has also previously played in the Australian W-League for Adelaide United during the NWSL off-season.
Born and raised in Northern California, Bianca honed her skills in the U-20 World Cup in Germany (2010) and Japan (2012), played college soccer at Auburn University, and won the SEC championship in 2011. Bianca then went on to join the Mexican Women’s National Team and competed at Women’s World Cup in Canada in 2015. Bianca is currently playing for 2017 champions Thor/KA in the Urvalsdeild League in Iceland.
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.
Jasmyne is a Long Island native and former All-American at the University of Maryland. After playing for Orlando Pride, Jasmyne was traded to Seattle Reign in 2018 and recently celebrated her 100th NWSL appearance. She is the founder of JAS F.C., a fitness and youth training company and Jas It Up, a sustainable clothing brand. In her free time, Jasmyne volunteers at animal shelters and explores the outdoors.
Native of West Hartford, CT. Grew up playing for CFC United of the ECNL. Played collegiately at Boston College and captained the team during senior year. Member of the Jamaican National Team and competed in the 2019 World Cup, a first ever participation for Jamaica. Began professional career in Iceland and continued on to AS Roma of Serie A Italy for the 2018-19 season, the clubs inaugural year. Will continue with Roma for the upcoming season.