Inspiring future generations of Black women's soccer players is goal for USWNT's Crystal Dunn


wants you to know her face and hear her voice. If you follow soccer, you probably should pay attention to her anyway. She's the attacker-turned-defender who has been playing out of position at left-back for the U.S. women's national team in recent years -- and doing it well enough to come in at No. 6 on ESPN FC's Women's Rank. (ESPN.com)

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Inspiring future generations of Black women's soccer players is goal for USWNT's Crystal Dunn


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