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Name:Mia Hamm
Hometown:Wichita Falls, TX
High School:Notre Dame Catholic
Born:March 17, 1972 (47)
Notes:World Football Hall of Fame, 4x NCAA Champion, 2x Olympic Gold Medalist
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The 1999 U.S. women's national team: Instant icons, lasting legends
Mia Hamm: "What I think is unique is that we had certain standards that were unwavering. You had to be tough. You had to be...

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...

When soccer fell in love with Mia Hamm, USA’s humble heroine
It was dubbed ‘Mia Mania’. Women’s football had its first genuine superstar and, wherever Mia Hamm went, she found an army of young, eager and...

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...

Soccer star Crystal Dunn on pay disparity, the pressure to succeed — and her fave Drake
For Crystal Dunn, the idea from Mia Hamm was downright frightening. It was 2010, and Dunn had been chosen by America’s most celebrated women’s soccer...

Video: UNC Highlights of Mia Hamm, Silver Anniversary Award Recipient
University of North Carolina women's soccer great Mia Hamm, UNC class of 1994, has been named a recipient of the prestigious NCAA Silver Anniversary Award...

Mia Hamm Named Winner Of NCAA Prestigious Silver Anniversary Award
UNC women's soccer great Mia Hamm, class of 1994, has been named a recipient of the prestigious NCAA Silver Anniversary Award. The Silver Anniversary Awards...

225 years of Tar Heels: Mia Hamm
Carolina is affectionately known as the “University of National Champions.” With 22 national championships, including 21 NCAA championships, there’s no Tar Heel team that lives...

UNC Women's Soccer: A Family Affair
Brianna Pinto wants nothing else, nor do many girls soccer players her age. A young North Carolina fan, she decorates the Carolina Blue walls inside...


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