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Name:Crystal Dunn
Hometown:Rockville Centre, NY
High School:South Side
Born:July 3, 1992 (27)
Notes:Women's Soccer

Kealia Ohai, J.J. Watt Tie The Knot In The Bahamas Saturday
Chicago Red Stars soccer standout Kealia Ohai and NFL superstar J.J. Watt were married in the Bahamas on Saturday. Crystal Dunn, who plays for the...

Emily Fox Named Finalist For MAC Hermann Trophy
UNC junior defender/midfielder Emily Fox has been named one of three finalists for the 2019 Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy as the top player in...

Crystal Dunn succeeds as USA's plug-and-play soccer asset
Put former UNC soccer star Crystal Dunn in any position and she will get the job done. The first-time FIFA Women’s World Cup winner cemented...

USWNT's Allie Long and Crystal Dunn Bring Wold Cup Win Home to Long Island
Of the 23 women on the USWNT roster, two of them hail from Long Island: Defender Crystal Dunn of New Hyde Park and my sister,...

Schedule doesn't slow down after World Cup win for Crystal Dunn
It was two weeks to the day since Crystal Dunn had paraded in triumph through the streets of lower Manhattan, and here she was at...

Crystal Dunn Fan Club Makes Rewarding Trip From Rockville Centre To USWNT Parade
Soccer fans from one particular part of Long Island weren’t going to miss honoring the Women’s World Cup champs. Dressed in red, white and blue,...

Next goal for Crystal Dunn and Allie Long: Equal pay
As their floats bounded up the Canyon of Heroes on Wednesday, Long Island natives Crystal Dunn and Allie Long could not help but notice messages...

Video: World Cup Champ Crystal Dunn Does Long Island Proud
CBS2's Jessica Layton has the latest on Long Island's Crystal Dunn and the impact she's having on young soccer players...

Crystal Dunn displays her versatility on world's biggest stage
As a forward for the Washington Spirit in 2015, Crystal Dunn captured the National Women’s Soccer League scoring crown and Most Valuable Player honors. As...

Five Tar Heels Help USA Win World Cup Title
Five former UNC women's soccer players were part of the 2019 United States World Cup Championship that defeated the Netherlands 2-0 for the title. Forward...


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