Crystal Dunn aims to go above and beyond in soccer and life

If she isn't the best player, Crystal Dunn has become the most versatile, able to play any field position. Moreover, she has become a leader. That was never more apparent as the lone member of the national team to speak at the SheBelieves Summit in Manhattan, as part of the breaking Barriers panel. Dunn has experienced a whirlwind five months. (Newsday)

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