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Name:Lori Chalupny
Hometown:St. Louis, MO
High School:Nerinx Hall
Born:January 29, 1984 (35)
Notes:Women's Soccer

Tar Heels Today: Berry's kind gesture, Hollins heads to the Super Bowl, recruiting notes, & more
Joel Berry makes a young fan's day, Roy Williams does not make a scheduled recruiting trip, Chase Rice performs for NHL fans, Wayne Ellington is...

Video: Lori Chalupny - Friend, Teammate and Champion
As Lori Chalupny prepares to end her international career, she sits down with the only two other active WNT players from their 2002 FIFA Under-19...

Lori Chalupny to Retire From International Soccer at End of 2015
The 10-game fall tour to celebrate the USA’s championship run at the 2015 Women’s World Cup will be the final matches in a U.S. uniform...

Women's World Cup is sweetest title for Lori Chalupny
Lori Chalupny has won a lot in her day. She won an NCAA soccer title at North Carolina, she won a gold medal at the...

Video: Interview with World Cup champion Lori Chalupny
It was just five days ago that the U.S. Women’s National Team won the World Cup over Japan. The team had some St. Louis players...

Six former Tar Heels win first World Cup rings
Six former UNC players won their first World Cup rings with Sunday's 5-2 women's World Cup final win over Japan: starting midfielder Tobin Heath and...

Anson Dorrance "Excited” to Watch Former Players in World Cup Final (audio)
Six former Tar Heels – Heather O’Reilly, Whitney Engen, Tobin Heath, Lori Chalupny, Meghan Klingenberg, and Ashlyn Harris – are preparing for the World Cup...

For soccer star Lori Chalupny, concussions have created confusion about her health
Lori Chalupny, 26, will not play for the U.S. squad in Mexico and perhaps never represent her country again because of a history of concussions...

Six women's soccer players invited to train with world national team
U.S. Women's National Team head coach Pia Sundhage has called in 24 players, including six current and former Tar Heels, for an 11-day training camp...

Four Tar Heels rewarded with Olympic gold medals
The U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer Team successfully defended its Olympic Gold Medal with a 1-0 overtime win over Brazil at Workers Stadium in Beijing. Four...


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