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Crystal Dunn displays her versatility on world's biggest stage


As a forward for the Washington Spirit in 2015, captured the National Women’s Soccer League scoring crown and Most Valuable Player honors. As a playmaking midfielder for the North Carolina Courage in 2018, she pulled the strings for the NWSL champions. And as a left back, Dunn helped the U.S. win its fourth Women’s World Cup. (Newsday)

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