Kelley O'Hara

Kelley O'Hara
Kelley O'Hara
Kelley O'Hara
Real Name: Kelley O'Hara
HT: 5' 5"
Age: 32 (08/04/1988)
Birthplace: Fayetteville, GA
Hometown: Peachtree City, GA

Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): 2017 NWSL Player Allocation

Sky Blue FC (2013-2017): USWNT Player Allocation

Boston Breakers (2011): Free agent signing

FC Gold Pride (2010): Drafted first round in 2010 WPS Draft


Professional Career:

2019: Featured in four matches for URFC totalling 242 minutes in two starts ... Selected to the NWSL Best XI first team in 2019 as well as the FIFPro World Best XI after her performance for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup-winning United States

2018: Scored her first goal for URFC against the Washington Spirit in May...

2017: Started 17 of the 18 games played...scored four goals...three assists...29 shots...20th in the league in assists, with 35 chances created, and three assists...first in the league in touches per 90 minutes (80)...has played a total of 75 games in the league.

2016: Started in 11 of the 12 games played due to WNT commitments...scored one goal...two assists...16 shots.

2015: Tied for second in NWSL league assists (7)...played 989 in 11 games for Sky Blue FC due to WNT commitments...scored three goals...Ended the season in fourth on the all-time NWSL assists list with 13 and eight all-time in shots with 125.

2014: Started all 22 games for Sky Blue FC, totaling 1,1917 minutes, ranking third on the team...scored seven goals and five assists, making her the leading scorer on the team...61 shots with 27 on goal.

2013: Allocated to Sky Blue FC for 2013 NWSL season...played 924 minutes in 12 games, starting 10, before a season-ending ankle injury...three assists

2012: Signed with her home state Atlanta Beat for 2012 Women’s Professional soccer season before league folded.

2011: Signed with Boston Breakers for 2011 WPS season after FC Gold Pride ceased operations...Played 1,048 minutes with Breakers, second-most WPS minutes for any WNT player...started 11 of 13 matches played...scored four goals, tying for second- most by a WNT player in assist.

2010: First round pick in third overall player taken by FC Gold Pride in 2010 WPS Draft...One of the top rookies in the league...started 16 of 18 games played...scored six goals, four assists...suffered quad injury towards end of season that kept her from WPS Championship game...Won WPS championship game with FC Gold Pride...Won Regular season title with FC Gold Pride...Named WPS All-Star Game reserve.


International Career:

2019: Selected to the United States Women's National Team for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup where she played in six matches totalling 492 minutes.

2018: Called to represent USWNT in a friendly against Denmark in January, 2018, where she played all 90 minutes...Rostered to play in SheBelieves cup in March 2018.

2017: Started against Canada in back-to-back games in November 2017...Started against New Zealand in October 2017, where she assisted Lynn William’s 55th minute goal...Started and wore the captain’s arm band in a match against in September 2017 match against New Zealand...Started in all three Tournament of Nations matches, resulting in a USWNT second consecutive win in the final versus Japan...Started in international friendlies against Russia, Sweden...appeared in international friendly against France in March 2017.

2016: Appeared in international friendly against Romania for an 8-1 win in November 2016...Assisted Carli Lloyd in a first half goal against Switzerland in an October 2016 International friendly for a 5-1 win...Assisted Christen Press at Rio Tinto Stadium in an international friendly against Switzerland for a 4-0 win...started in international friendly match against Thailand in September 2016...Started in all 2016 Rio Olympic matches, losing in the quarterfinals against Sweden...Started in international friendlies against Costa Rica, South Africa, Japan during the summer...scored a first half goal in 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Qualifying match against Puerto Rico in February, 2016...third consecutive USWNT win in CONCACAF tournament.

2015: A member of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup champions in her second World Cup, she didn’t play in the first four games of the tournament then stepped up huge, starting the quarterfinal against China PR (which was her first WWC start) and then made a major impact in coming off the bench in the semifinal and championship game ... Her first career WNT goal was one to savor and one of the most memorable goals of the tournament as she tallied in the semifinal against Germany, volleying home a cross from Carli Lloyd in the 84th minute to clinch the 2-0 victory ... Played 697 minutes in 17 matches in 2015, starting eight games, and also had two assists ... Helped the USA win its 10th Algarve Cup title in Portugal in March...Algarve Cup winner.

2014: Played in 12 games, starting four over 529 minutes and surpassed 50 caps, becoming the 47th player in U.S. history to reach that mark ... Played in two matches, starting one, at the CONCACAF Women’s Championship to help the USA earn its Women’s World Cup berth.

2013: An ankle injury and subsequent surgery limited her to 561 minutes in just seven matches, but she started six...Algarve cup winner.

2012: Had a breakout year while playing left back for the first time at any level, playing in 26 games and starting 25, more than tripling her cap total from the previous two years ... Showed excellent attacking abilities down the flank and had five assists on the year, including one to Megan Rapinoe in the Olympic semifinal victory against Canada ... One of three players to play every minute of all six matches at the Olympics, ultimately winning a gold medal for team USA ... Played in three matches at the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying tournament in Canada, picking up three assists ... Those were her first three starts of her career at outside back.

2011: Played in four matches, starting one, that coming against Canada in January at the Four Nations Tournament in China, ultimately resulted in a USWNT tournament win ... Was an alternate on the Women’s World Cup Team but made the final squad due to an injury to Lindsay Tarpley and ended up playing in one game, coming on as a substitute in the USA’s final group match against Sweden, ultimately resulting in a FIFA Women’s World Cup runner-up...Algarve cup winner.

2010: Earned her first three senior team caps, debuting against Mexico on March 28 in San Diego.

2009: Called in to train with full U.S. Women’s National Team in December after a stellar senior season at Stanford...U.S. Young Female Athlete of the Year finalist for second year in a row...member of U.S. U-23 Women’s National Team.

2008: U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year finalist in 2008... Ended her U-20 international career as one of the USA’s all-time leading scorers at that level with 24 goals (tied for second with Lindsey Horan) in 35 U-20 caps ... Played in 12 international matches for the U-20s in 2008, scoring 10 goals, but was not selected for the World Cup team ... Played in five matches at the CONCACAF U-20 Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament, starting four, while tying for the team lead in scoring with six goals (which included a hat trick against Cuba).

2007: Earned first call-up to training camp with the full WNT in March...Played for U.S. U-21 Women’s National Team.

2006: Played in 29 matches for the U-20s in 2006 leading into the Women’s World Cup in Russia, scoring 18 goals, including two against the full U.S. Women’s National Team and a hat trick against the Finland U-20s ... Played in four matches at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, scoring two goals, including a huge score in the quarterfinal victory against Germany ... Also scored in a first-round win against DR Congo ... First call-up to the U-20 National Team in January of 2006 ... A member of the U.S. team that won the 2006 CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Qualifying Tournament in Mexico.

2005: Played in four matches in Mexico, starting two, and scored one goal with two assists ... Played with U.S. U-17 Women’s National Team in 2005, leading the team in scoring with 10 goals...Scored in both matches for the U-17s against the Germany U-17s in late February of 2005... Also scored against Japan in 2005 and had five goals on a tour of Brazil in December of 2005.

2004: Played with the U.S. U-16s in 2004 and also was called into a U-17 camp that year.


College Career:

2009: Finished her college career with over 87 appearances, 57 goals, and 32 assists for the Stanford Cardinals—setting school records...had one of the best seasons in Division 1 soccer history with 26 goals and 13 assists...College Cup Runner-up...U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year finalist...Pac-10 Conference First Team... ESPN Academic All-American...Hermann Trophy winner.

2008: Helped Stanford advance to the semi-final of the College Cup...MAC Hermann Trophy watch list.

2007: Took the Cardinals to the third round of the NCAA tournament...Pac-10 Conference First team...U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year finalist...MAC Hermann Trophy watch list.

2006: Entered her freshman year for Stanford Cardinals as a Parade All-American... led Cardinals in scoring in 2006...with nine goals...Pac-10 Conference First team...MAC Hermann Trophy watch list. 

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