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U.S. soccer GOALKEEPER
Tracy Ducar
Height: 5-7 (1.70 m).
Weight: 140 (65 kg).
Born: June 18, 1973, in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Hometown: North Andover, Massachusetts.
College: University of North Carolina.
Club: Boston Breakers (WUSA).

National Team
Year Record GP/GS Min GAA SO
1996 2-0-0 2/1 134 0.67 1
1997 5-1-0 12/3 573 0.94 1
1998 5-0-0 5/5 450 0.40 4
1999 4-0-0 5/3 270 0.00 2
Total 16-1-0 25/13 1,427 0.57 8
World Cup
Year Record GP/GS SV GAA SO
1999 0-0-0 0/0 - - -
Total 0/0 - - -
World Cup Champion - 1999
Club
Year Team GP Record GAA SO
1998 Raleigh Wings (W-League) - - 1.36 -
1999 Raleigh Wings (W-League) 4 2-1-0 0.84 0
Total - - - -
W-1 League Champion - 1998, 1999
College
Year School GP Record GAA SO
1992 Univ. of North Carolina - - - -
1993 Univ. of North Carolina - - - -
1994 Univ. of North Carolina - - - -
1995 Univ. of North Carolina 23 23-0-0 0.39 13
Total - - - -
NCAA Champion - 1992, 1993, 1994

Quick Take: Possesses the best kicking game of the goalkeepers and has seen action against Germany and Brazil. Has a great work ethic and has overcome the injury problems that kept her out of the mix for the Olympics to earn a spot as a back-up on the World Cup team.

U.S. National Team: One of two back-up goalkeepers on the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup championship team ... 1999: Played in five matches for the USA in 1999, starting three and did not allow a goal in 270 minutes ... 1998: Played in six matches for the USA during 1998, starting each one while allowing just two goals and earning four shutouts A member of the gold medal winning team at the 1998 Goodwill Games ... 1996-1997: Made her debut for the USA on January 16, 1996, against Brazil in Campinas, Brazil ... Picked up two more caps against Australia on Feb. 28, 1996, in Melbourne and March 3, 1996, in Bathurst ... Split almost every game with Briana Scurry during the 1997 Nike Victory Tour and U.S. Women's Cup '97 ... Had big game as substitute on Oct. 12, 1997, vs. Germany in Salzgitter, making four tough saves to preserve the shutout Made 12 appearances for the national team in 1997, starting three games ... First Appearance: Jan. 16, 1996 vs. Brazil ... First Shutout: Jan. 18, 1996 vs. Ukraine.

College: Named a candidate for the 1995 Missouri Athletic Club Player of the Year award as a senior at North Carolina ... Had 13 shutouts and 0.39 goals against average as UNC went 23-0-0 in 1995 regular season ... Was captain and team MVP as a senior in '95 ... Played every minute of every game during 1994 NCAA Tournament as UNC won the national title ... Recorded shutouts in the semifinal and final tournament games in 1994.

Club: Starting goalkeeper for the W-League Champion Raleigh Wings during the summer of 1998, compiling a 1.36 goals against average ... Also played for the Wings in '99 as they repeated as W-League champs ... Led the Greater Boston Girl's Soccer Club to the state title in 1990 and 1991.

Personal: Formerly Tracy Noonan, she was married April 19, 1997, to Chris Ducar, the current goalkeeper coach for North Carolina ... Graduated in December of 1995 with a degree in biology and a minor in chemistry ... Graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UNC ... Active with the "Smoke Free Kids" program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ... Served as the goalkeeper coach for UNC-Greensboro during the 1998 college season ... A lover of the outdoors, she is an avid backpacker, snowboarder and rock climber.

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