Christen Press

Christen Press
Christen Press
Christen Press
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Real Name: Christen Press
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 30 (12/29/1988)
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Hometown: Palos Verdes, CA

Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): Trade with Houston Dash 

Göteborg FC (2017-2018)

Chicago Red Stars (2014-2017)

Tyresö FF (2013-2014)

Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC: 2012)

Washington Freedom (2011): 2011 WPS Draft

 

Professional:

2018: On the day of the 2018 NWSL College Draft, Press was traded to the Houston Dash…moved oversees to sign a three-month contract with Göteborg FC… on June 17th, NWSL announced a trade between Houston, Chicago, and Utah that sent her to Utah Royals FC… started in all 11 of her matches, scored two goals, and contributed two assists.

2017: Started in 23 of her 24 match appearances…Led the Chicago Red Stars to the NWSL Semifinals and was the top scorer on the team…completed 11 goals and 4 assists.

2016: Started in all 15 of her match appearances with the Red Stars and scored nine goals.

2015: Scored 10 goals in her 12 match appearances with the Red Stars

2014: Scored 6 goals in her 12 match appearances with the Red Stars…went to Tyresö and scored two goals.

2013: Joined Tyresö FF on January 4, 2013.

2012: The WPS folded and Press joined Swedish club Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC and scored 17 goals in 21 match appearances.

2011: Drafted by the Washington Freedom in the WPS Draft…the Freedom relocated to Florida as magicJack…US Soccer Federation awarded Press the Rookie of the Year Award for earning the first-ever hat trick scored by a rookie.

 

International Career:

2018: Currently has 106 caps with the USWNT and 46 goals…played with USWNT in friendly against China at Rio Tinto Stadium on June 7, 2018…won the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship with team USA…

2017: Played in all 16 games and started eight… scored three goals and contributed three assists.

2016: Played in all 25 matches and started nine to score 12 goals that season… Played a total of 1,122…made her first Olympic team and played in all four matches.

2015: A member of the 2015 Women’s World Cup champions team and played 180 minutes in four matches and scoring one goal… Finished the 2015 season with 13 starts of her 20 match appearances and scored 10 goals as well as contributing three assists.  

2014: Made 21 starts and played 1,322 minutes…scored 11 goals that season and played in all five games at the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championships to earn a berth to the Women’s World Cup.

2013: Made her first debut for the USWNT in February 2013, and became the first woman to score three goals in her first two games.

 

College Career:

2010: Earned the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy…named Pac-10 Conference Player of the Year…earned NSCAA First-Team-All-American honors and Soccer America MVP’s first-team honors…named to the ESPN Academic All-America first team... named to the NCAA College Cup All-Tournament team for the third consecutive year…named to the All-Pac-10 First team for the second consecutive year… The Honda Sports Award and for Soccer News Net’s Player of the Year

2009: Top Drawer Soccer’s National Co-Player of the Year with Kelley O’Hara…named to NSCAA Second Team…named to Soccer America’s MVP First Team and Top Drawer Soccer’s Team of the season… NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team… All-Pac-10 First Team.

2008: Top Drawer Soccer Second Team All-American…Second Team All-Pac-10…scored or assisted in 19 matches.

2007: Attended Stanford University and was name the Pac-10 Freshman of the Year…Soccer Buzz Freshman of the Year finalist and first-team Freshman All-American…Top Drawer Soccer first-team All-Rookie… Pac-10 All-Freshman team.


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