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Name:Whitney Engen
Hometown:Rolling Hills Estates, CA
High School:Palos Verdes Peninsula
Born:November 28, 1987 (31)
Notes:Women's Soccer

Crystal Dunn's Goal & Assist Secures Tie For USA
The U.S. Women's National Team won its group for the fifth consecutive Olympic Games with a dramatic 2-2 draw with Colombia in its final Group...

Tar Heels Land Five On Full Women's Olympic Soccer Team Roster
Full team members are defenders Whitney Engen and Meghan Klingenberg, midfielders Allie Long and Tobin Heath and forward Crystal Dunn. Alternates, who will travel...

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...

Amber Brooks Wins ACC Scholar-Athlete of Year
North Carolina senior midfielder Amber Brooks has been named the 2012 Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year and heads up the sport's...

US Women's Soccer Team Features Five Tar Heels
Five former Tar Heels will join the U.S. women’s soccer team for a nine-day training camp this month as the U.S. gets ready to qualify...

Peterson, Nogueira And Engel Win Patterson Medals
Women's soccer national players of the year Casey Nogueira and Whitney Engen and All-America swimmer Chip Peterson are the recipients of the 2010 Patterson Medals,...

Whitney Engen named ACC's top female athlete
UNC’s Whitney Engen and Duke’s Ned Crotty, both national players of the year who helped their teams to NCAA championships, are the ACC’s Athletes of...

Whitney Engen named ACC Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year
North Carolina senior defender Whitney Engen has been named the 2009 Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year and heads up the sport's...

Seven Tar Heels Chosen In 2010 WPS Draft
Seven University of North Carolina women's soccer players were chosen Friday in the second annual Women's Professional Soccer Draft held in Philadelphia, Pa. Four of...


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