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

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...

Five Former UNC Women's Soccer Players Win 2019 World Cup
The United States defeated the Netherlands, coached by former UNC player Sarina Wiegman, 2-0 to win the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Sunday. It...

Crystal Dunn Might Be The Most Versatile Soccer Player In The World
The most versatile women’s soccer player in the world? We put before you one Crystal Dunn, with Exhibits A, B and C. In fact, the...

Ashley Hoffman Voted ACC Women's Athlete of the Year
Field Hockey National Player of the Year Ashley Hoffman of North Carolina is the top ACC female athlete for the 2018-19 academic year. Hoffman is...

Crystal has Dunn her parents proud
Now, Crystal Dunn is in France, ready to play a Women’s World Cup semi-final against England. “It’s been a long, hard journey for her and...

Diligent Crystal Dunn 'stepped up big time' to help USWNT into World Cup semi-final
Crystal Dunn saved her best performance in her adopted position for the biggest stage as the U.S. women's national team booked their place in the...


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