Carli Lloyd

Carli Lloyd
Carli Lloyd
Carli Lloyd
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Real Name: Carli Lloyd
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 35 (07/16/1982)
Birthplace: Delran Township, New Jersey
Hometown: Delran Township, New Jersey

Traded to the Houston Dash on October 10, 2014

2016 NWSL: Named 2016 FIFA Player of the Year … Played in seven games, all starts … Tallied five goals and three assists … Suffered MCL sprain during second match of the season at Orlando

2015 NWSL: Named 2015 FIFA Player of the Year … Made Dash debut vs. Washington on 4/10, scored one goal … Made three appearances before leaving for World Cup ... Started in all 12 appearances of league play… Scored four goals (three game-winning) ... Scored in first game back from the World Cup on a free kick in the 45th minute at FC Kansas City on 7/20 ... Continued goal streak with game-winning goals in the 49th minute at Western New York Flash on 7/25, and in the 86th minute vs. FC Kansas City on 7/29

2014 NWSL: Started 19 games for the Flash, playing 1,710 minutes … Top 10 in the NWSL in goals (8), assists (5), shots (61), and shots on goal (33)

2013 NWSL: Allocated to the Western New York Flash for the 2013 NWSL season and played 1,296 minutes in 15 matches, starting 14 …  Missed a few games at the start of the season due to injury, but returned to have an excellent year, scoring eight regular season goals, tied for third in the league with four other players … Scored both goals in the 2-0 playoff semifinal win against Sky Blue FC that sent Western NY to the first NWSL championship game … Finished fifth in the league in shots (53)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 2011: Signed with the Atlanta Beat for the 2011 WPS season, playing 800 minutes in 10 games while starting eight … Scored two goals for the Beat … 2010: Signed with her home state and WPS champion Sky Blue FC during the offseason … Played in just five games for Sky Blue in 2010 after suffering a broken ankle early in the season … Was out almost the entire season but returned to play the last two matches and logged just 200 minutes of action in the second season of WPS …  2009: Allocated to the Chicago Red Stars for the inaugural WPS season in 2009 … Played in 16 games for the Red Stars, starting 14, and scored two goals with one assist … Missed several games during the middle of the season after suffering a deep gash across her knee during national team training

INTERNATIONAL: U.S. international (237 caps) … 2015: Scored hat trick in Women’s World Cup Final on 7/5 … Won the Silver Boot with 6 goals in the Women’s World Cup … Won the Golden Ball in the Women’s World Cup … 2014: Started, played 78 minutes in 1-0 win vs. Canada on Jan. 31 (left due to injury) …2013: Played 768 minutes in 11 games while starting nine and scored three goals with one assist … Scored against the Korea Republic, Australia and New Zealand … With her 45th and 46th career goals, she tied and then passed Julie Foudy to become the top scorer in U.S. WNT history for a player that has played exclusively in the midfield … In 2014, she could become the 9th player in U.S. history to score 50 or more goals … 2012: Played in all 32 matches for the USA, one of just three players to do so, while starting 27 … She was once again a hero in an Olympic gold medal game, scoring both goals in the USA’s 2-1 victory against Japan in front of more than 80,000 fans at Wembley Stadium … Became the only player – male or female – in the history of the Olympics to score game-winning goals in two consecutive Olympic gold medal games … Her 2,441 minutes played were the second-most in a year during her career …  Her 15 goals were a career high for a calendar year and made her the third-leading scorer on the U.S. team … Did not start the first match of the Olympics against France, but came on early for an injured Shannon Boxx and scored the winning goal … She then started the remaining five games while scoring four total goals, good for second on the team in the Olympics behind Abby Wambach’s five goals … She never left the field again after coming into the France match in the 16th minute … Scored a slew of goals against top teams and registered her first career hat trick in a 3-0 victory against Mexico during Olympic qualifying to seal first place in the group for the USA … Started all five games of the Olympic Qualifying tournament in Vancouver, Canada, scoring six goals (tied for tops on the team) with one assist … Also scored in the 3-0 semifinal victory against Costa Rica that sent the USA to the Olympics … On the short list for the 2012 FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year and finished sixth in the voting … 2011: Tied for the team lead in games played with 19, starting them all, and led the USA in minutes played with 1,654 … Played all but 16 minutes of the Women’s World Cup in Germany, scoring one goal with one assist … The first World Cup goal of her career came against Colombia in group play on a shot from distance ... Tied for second on the team in scoring with six goals and three assists on the year … Scored three goals at the Algarve Cup, against Norway, Finland and then Iceland in the championship game … Also scored against Sweden and China at the Four Nations Tournament … Her six goals moved her into 15th place on the all-time U.S. scoring list with 28 goals … 2010: Suffered a broken ankle early in the WPS season but still played in 15 matches for the USA, starting 14 … She scored three goals with five assists and earned her 100th career cap in the final game of the year against Italy during the second leg of the FIFA Women’s World Cup playoff series … Scored against Germany in the Algarve Cup final … Started all five games at the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament, scoring two goals with five assists … Played every minute of both legs of the playoff series against Italy … 2009: Played in six games for the USA, starting five … 2008: Named the U.S. Soccer Female Athlete of the Year … Was a fixture in the midfield for the USA, starting all 35 games in which she played, tying for the team lead in matches started during the year … Set a U.S. record for most starts in a year at 35 …  Scored two goals during the 2008 Olympics, bagging the winner in the crucial 1-0 victory against Japan in group play and then scored one of the most important goals in U.S. history in the Olympic gold medal game as she netted the game-winner in the overtime victory against Brazil … Scored against Canada in the championship game of Olympic qualifying on a dramatic free kick in overtime … Scored the winning goal in a 3-2 stoppage time victory against Australia on April 27, in Cary, N.C. … Scored in both of the USA’s matches in Scandinavia, against Norway and Sweden … 2007: Established herself in a starting role in midfield … After scoring once in her first 24 matches, she scored four goals – one in each game – at the 2007 Algarve Cup, earning tournament top scorer and MVP honors … Scored her sixth career goal on a diving header in the USA’s 1-0 victory against Norway on July 14 and then registered her first two-goal game in a 6-1 win against New Zealand on Aug. 12, including one blast from 38 yards … Started 13 of the 23 matches she played … Played in her first Women’s World Cup tournament, starting three (all in the first round) of the five games she played … Had nine goals and three assists to finish third on the team in scoring … 2006: Earned her third career cap at the 2006 Four Nations Tournament … Earned the first two starts of her career at the 2006 Algarve Cup, gaining a place in the starting 11 against Denmark and in the championship game against Germany … Played in 19 games, starting 13, and scored one goal, that against Chinese Taipei … 2005: Earned her first two caps in 2005, playing against Ukraine and Mexico, a game in which she broke her wrist … 2004: Trained with the U.S. team during the 2004 Olympic Residency Training Camp … YOUTH NATIONAL TEAMS: Played for U.S. U-20s and U-23s

COLLEGE: As a senior, she started 18 of the 20 games she played at Rutgers and was named the 2004 Big East Midfielder of the Year … Became the first Scarlet Knight to earn First-Team All-Big East honors four times during her career (2001-04) … Ended her senior season with 10 goals and one assist to finish her career as Rutgers’ all-time leader in points (117) and goals (50) … A three-time NSCAA All-American who was also a semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy … Also ranks first in career shots at Rutgers … As a junior, she started 20 matches and collected 13 goals and two assists for 28 points ... Was an NSCAA Third-Team All-American … Was named a Big East Academic All-Star … As a sophomore, she played in all 20 matches and had 12 goals and seven assists for 31 points to lead the Knights ... Was a finalist for the Hermann Trophy … As a freshman, she started every match for the Knights ... Was named an NSCAA Third-Team All-American ... Named to the All-Freshman Team by Soccer America ... Named the Big East Rookie of the Year, the first RU player to earn the honor ... Led the team with 15 goals and 37 points

HIGH SCHOOL: Scored 26 goals and had eight assists as a senior at Delran High School ... Was named the 1999 and 2000 Girls’ High School Player of the Year by the Philadelphia Inquirer … Was a two-time selection to the Star-Ledger All-State First Team and was named to the 1999 and 2000 Parade All-America Teams ... Helped lead her team to an 18-3 record in 2000 and a state runner-up finish in Group II ... Was named the Courier Post Player of the Year and the South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association (SJSCA) Midfielder of the Year in 2000

PERSONAL:  Full name is Carli Anne Lloyd … Earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and Sport Studies at Rutgers University … In 2013, she was named to the Rutgers University Hall of Distinguished Alumni … She was on the list of Bleacher Report Top 100 Athletes of 2012 … Also a 2012 Glamour Women of the Year … Favorite soccer players are Iniesta, Xavi, Lionel Messi and Steven Gerrard, and her favorite club teams are Barcelona and Liverpool

Year Club GP GS MINS G A SHTS SOG FC OFF YC RC
2015 Houston Dash 12 12 1080 4 0 56 15 15 6 0 0
2014 Western New York Flash 19 19 1710 8 5 61 33 51 13 5 0
2013 Western New York Flash 15 14 1286 8 0 53 22 35 3 4 0
Career Totals   46 45 4076 20 5 170 70 101 22 9 0

 


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