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The secret of their suc- Page 53 cess was a defense that allowed just five goals in six games, and it was Carla who was the focal point of the back line. S. women won the CONCACAF Championship in New York. And in August of the same year Carla launched one of the most amazing endurance streaks in the annals of women's soccer. Beginning with a game against New Zealand, she started and finished 39 consecutive international games without leaving the field once for a rest. The incredible run spanned 3,482 minutes and 18 different opponents.
She was voted the top player in all of Southern California, and in her junior and senior seasons she was honored as a high school All-American. " Awards and honors were nice, but Julie had no idea how she would do against better players. She got her first hint when, just before her 17th birthday, she was among five teenagers selected to join the women's national team. The game at that level was much faster, but Julie held her own. She played one game and recorded an assist. Julie returned to Mission Viejo for her senior season and began sorting through the scholarship offers pouring in from around the country.
Soccer's Female Athlete of the Year. At the 1995 Women's World Championship she tied for the team lead with three goals. And by the time the 1996 Olympics rolled around, Kris was hands-down the best flank midfielder in the world. In Atlanta, she played every minute of every game, as Team USA captured the gold medal. Kris represents the new breed of player in women's soccer. She does not just play the game, she lives it, breathes it, eats it and sleeps it. After she graduated from college, she needed to play a lot more than the 20-or-so games a year on the national team's Page 42 Career HighlightsYearTeamAchievement1985, 1986, 1988Wilton HighConnecticut State Champion1989, 1990, 1991, 1992North CarolinaFirst-Team All-ACC1989, 1990, 1991, 1992North CarolinaFirst-Team All-American1989, 1990North CarolinaMVP of NCAA Tournament1990, 1991North CarolinaNCAA Player of the Year1991Team USAFIFA World Champion1991Team USAHermann Trophy Winner1993Team USACONCACAF Champion1993Team USAUS Soccer Female Athlete of the Year1993Team USAUS Sportswoman of the Year1995Team USATop US Scorer at Women's World Cup1996Team USAFirst US Player with 100 Caps1996Team USAOlympic Gold Medalist schedule.