U.S. National Team: Earned a spot in residency camp at the age of 18 for the 1999 Women's World Cup after coming off a knee injury following her red-shirt season at Santa Clara ... 1999: Played in five matches for the USA in 1999, starting two, and scored her first full international goal against Japan on April 29, 1999 ... 1998: Earned her first cap and made her first start against Ukraine on Dec. 16, 1998, at UCLA ... Youth National Teams: Helped the 1999 Under-21 Nordic Cup team win the tournament in Iceland, scoring two goals ... Played with the Under-21 National Team in 1998 ... Missed out on a spot on the 1998 Nordic Cup when she tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee during a U-21 training camp in Portland in the Spring of '98 ... Came back from surgery in five months when she was called into training camp with the full national team for the first time in December of 1998 in Los Angeles ... Played for the U-16 National Team in 1997 ... First Appearance: Dec. 16, 1998 against Ukraine ... First Goal: April 29, 1999, vs. Japan.
College/High School: Played her first season of college soccer in 1999, helping Santa Clara to an undefeated regular season, a season-long #1 ranking and berth in the Final Four ... Played in 23 games for the Broncos, starting 21, and scored 10 goals with 12 assists Named Second-Team NSCAA All-American ... Named First-Team All-WCC and the WCC Freshman of the Year ... Red-shirted her true freshman season at Santa Clara University while recovering from knee surgery ... Took the second semester off from school to take part in residency camp ... Four-year varsity starter at Presentation High School in San Jose ... Won the Central Coast Championship with the Panthers as a sophomore and senior CCS Player of the Year as junior and senior Chosen League MVP as freshman, sophomore and junior ... A NSCAA All-American as a senior ... A Parade All-American as a senior and the Parade Magazine High School Player of the Year ... Also the Gatorade National High School Player of the Year ... The Northern California Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior The Presentation Scholar Athlete of the Year as a senior.
Club: Played eight years for the Central Valley Mercury club, one of the finest youth girls teams ever ... Won three consecutive club national championships, taking the U-18 title in 1998, the U-17 title in 1997 and the U-16 title in 1996 ... Scored a team-high nine goals at the Far West Regional in 1998 to send the Mercury to the national championships ... The Mercury won six state championships in her time with the club and four regional championships ... From Under-16 to Under-18, the Mercury did not lose a game.
Personal: Sister Sam Wagner played college soccer at UC Berkeley Brother played football for Santa Clara as a defensive back in late 1980s ... Graduated from presentation with a 4.1 GPA Majoring in mechanical engineering at Santa Clara ... Has recovered from ACL surgeries on both knees.