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Solo is exceptional in goal, Lalor scores for 1-1 draw with China.

U.S. soccer GOALKEEPER
Hope Solo
Height: 5-9 (1.75 m).
Weight: 140.
Born: July 30, 1981.
Hometown: Richland, Washington.
College: University of Washington.


             U.S. National Team Statistics 2001

Opponent       Date  GP  GS   MIN  GF  GA    GAA   Y   R

China        Jan 14   1   1    90   1   1   1.00   0   0
Italy         Mar 7   1   1    90   0   1   1.00   0   0
Canada       Mar 11   1   1    90   0   3   3.00   0   0 Algarve Cup
Sweden       Mar 15   1   1    90   0   2   2.00   0   0 Algarve Cup

Total                 4   4   360   1   7   1.75   0   0

National Team
Year Record GP/GS Min GAA SO
2000 1-0-0 3/1 180 0.50 1
2001 0-3-1 4/4 360 1.75 0
Total 1-3-1 7/5 540 1.50 1
College
Year Team GP Record GAA SO
1999 Univ. of Washington 12 - 1.64 3
Total 12 - 1.64 3

U.S. National Team: Earned her first full national team cap and shutout against Iceland in Davidson, N.C. on April 5, 2000, at the age of 18 ... Called into first full national team camp in December of 1999, Tony DiCicco's last camp at the helm of the U.S. team ... Called into training camp in Orlando, Florida, in March of 2000, and helped earn herself an invitation as one of four goalkeepers in Olympic Residency Camp in San Diego in April ... Played under April Heinrichs for the U.S. Under-16 for two years ... Started in goal for the U-18 National Team during 1999 Pan-American games in Winnipeg, Canada, helping the team to a gold medal ... Did not surrender a goal in eight games for the U.S. U-18 team, including five exhibitions and three Pan-Am tournament starts ... Played a stellar game to shut-out Mexico, 1-0, in the gold medal match at the Pan-Am Games on Aug. 5, 1999 ... First Appearance: April 5, 2000, vs. Iceland ... First Shutout: April 5, 2000, vs. Iceland.

College: Had an impressive collegiate debut at Washington during the fall of 1999, culminating in her selection to the All-Pacific-10 Second Team as a freshman ... Registered three shutouts and had a 1.64 goals against average while making 77 saves in only 12 games, the fourth-highest total in school history ... Named the Huskies Rookie of the Year ... High School: A two-time Parade All-American, she was listed among the nation's finest prep players in 1997 and 1998 ... Despite her status as the premier youth goalkeeper in the nation, Solo was a field player during high school, playing forward at Richland ... She scored a Big Nine Conference record 109 career goals ... Her final prep tally secured the 1999 state championships for the Bombers, she scored three times in the semifinals and twice in the state championship game ... Richland went undefeated and was ranked fourth in the nation in 1998, outscoring opponents 95-5 ... Established a new conference single-season record with 38 goals as a senior ... Also an academic All-American at Richland.

Club: Played club soccer on the field for the Tri-City Admirals.

Personal: Only played goalkeeper in the Olympic Development program as she played on the field in club and high school ... Graduated from high school with a 3.7 grade point average.

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