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Name:Kristine Lilly
Hometown:Wilton, CT
High School:Wilton
Born:July 22, 1971 (49)
Notes:4x NCAA Champion, UNC retired jersey #15, 2x World Cup Champion, 2x Olympic Gold Medalist
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Reliving UNC women's soccer's 1990 title run
2020 will mark 30 years since UNC's 1990 women’s soccer team hoisted the NCAA cup. 30 years since Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly, two of...

Four record-breaking decades with Kristine Lilly
Kristine Lilly is a living legend. Not only is she the most capped international player of all time, male or female (354), but ten years...

Kristine Lilly interview
Kristine Lilly was still in high school when she first broke into the US Women’s National Team. Her first contract saw her making $10 a...

Former USA soccer star Kristine Lilly discusses USWNT, new book
Former United States women’s national soccer team star Kristine Lilly has more international caps than anyone, and she used that experience to co-write her new...

Anson Dorrance thrilled former player Sarina Wiegman leading Netherlands in final against U.S.
Anson Dorrance led the United States to their first Women's World Cup triumph in 1991, but one of his former players is out to end...

Kristine Lilly on her 354 international caps
Kristine Lilly played 354 times for the United States – a record number of international appearances by any soccer player, man or woman. She scored...

Kicking it with Mia Hamm: My day with women’s soccer royalty
It’s been 20 years since the U.S. women’s national soccer team defeated China. Today, many of the ’99ers are still involved in efforts to grow...

One-On-One With USWNT Legend Kristine Lilly, Soccer’s Iron Woman
Kristine Lilly has two Women’s World Cup trophies, two Olympic gold medals, and four NCAA championships. She appeared in more international matches than anyone in...

Kristine Lilly is a fan of Tobin Heath and the USWNT stars who carry on her legacy
Former UNC soccer player Kristine Lilly is the U.S.' No. 3 all-time goal-scorer, and No. 4 worldwide behind Abby Wambach, Canada’s Christine Sinclair, and Mia...

Where Are UNC's 1996 Olympic Women’s Soccer Players Now?
The 1996 U.S. squad helped set the foundation for what was to come, playing in front of unprecedented crowds en route to winning the first...


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