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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 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...

France’s Plan Was to Pick On One U.S. Defender - Crystal Dunn. Bad Plan.
The plan did seem to make sense against the U.S. left back Crystal Dunn is playing a makeshift role on the national team. She was...

Crystal Dunn Chasing Something To Prove On U.S. Women’s World Cup Team
Crystal Dunn was among the last cuts from the U.S. national team roster for the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada. That just made her...

Crystal Dunn tried to convert her French in-laws ahead of game against France
Crystal Dunn is the starting left back for the U.S. Women's National Team. Her husband, Pierre Soubrier, grew up in Aurignac, France, and most of...

Crystal Dunn: American Girl
Crystal Dunn: "When I put on our U.S. kit, I do it for my family and for my country. But I also do it for...

Women’s World Cup: Crystal Dunn turned adversity into success for U.S.
Crystal Dunn watched the last Women’s World Cup on television. Sometimes through tears. The last player cut from the U.S. team, she was crushed not...

Crystal Dunn Will Attack From Everywhere
Crystal Dunn is technically a defender — except she’s hardly ever on defense. She is a left back on the United States women’s national team,...

Meet Crystal Dunn and Allie Long, the two Long Islanders playing in the World Cup
Two players on the U.S. women's national team began their soccer journeys on Long Island. Crystal Dunn grew up in Rockville Centre and starred at...

A guide to the seven Tar Heels taking part in the Women’s World Cup
Five of the seven Tar Heels in the Women's World Cup are members of the USA roster. Those five are Crystal Dunn, Ashlyn Harris, Tobin...


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