Lori Chalupny

LChalupny
Number17
BirthdayJanuary 29, 1984
PositionMID
Appearances39
Goals10
Assists3
Hometown St. Louis, MO

Profile

INTERNATIONAL: 2015: Named to final roster for the FIFA Women’s World Cup… Earned four caps and two starts (as of early April)… Scored first international goal since 2008 in front of hometown fans in St. Louis on April 4… Called up and played in the Algarve Cup… 2014: Called up to play in the 2014 International Tournament of Brasilia… Earned first cap since being banned from playing for the USWNT in 2009 due to a history of head injuries… Earned three caps and one assist (to Carli Lloyd) during the Brasilia tournament… 2009: Played every minute in five matches for the USWNT… Captaining the USA to a 1-0 victory against Germany in October… Took over as U.S. captain for Christie Rampone… 2008: Moved to outside back after playing in the midfield in 2007 …Played 34 matches, starting 32, and finished 4th on the team in minutes played… Recoreded two goals and one assist… Was forced out of the USA’s first Olympic match after just 15 minutes with a concussion and missed the second game of group play against Japan… Came back to play every minute of the remaining 4 matches… Scored one of the most important goals in U.S. history against Japan in the semifinal, blasting in the go-ahead tally just before halftime… 2007: Played in every game in 2007 as one of just two players to do so… Started 23 of the 24 games the U.S. played, including all 6 at the World Cup… Played every minute of every game in the tournament as one of 2 players to accomplish that feat … Scored twice at the World Cup, including the game-winner in the 1-0 victory against Nigeria to finish group play… Also scored against Norway in the third-place match, in which she also had an assist… Had 4 goals and 3 assists during the year… 2006: Started two games at the Four Nations Tournament in China, but suffered a serious concussion against France and was out of action for 4 months… 2005: Voted the 2005 U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year… Played in 6 total games during the year, starting them all, and scored a goal against Canada… 2004: Member of the Olympic Residency Training Camp… Played in four matches during the year, scoring her first career goal on May 9 against Mexico… 2003: Earned one cap in 2003… 2002: Key member of the USA’s U-19 World-Cup-winning team… 2001: Member of the USA’s U-21 Nordic Cup championship team, scoring 2 goals in the tournament, one against Denmark and one against Sweden in the final… Earned a total of 14 U-21 caps and 21 U-19 caps during her youth career… 2000: Member of U-16 USWNT… Had played for the USA at four levels by age 17…

PROFESSIONAL: 2014: Played in 23 games for Chicago as team captain and started 22… Scored 5 goals… Took 33 shots with 14 on goal… Logged a team-high 2003 minutes… 2013: Captain of the Red Stars… Started in 17 of 18 matches, totaling 1,500 minutes played… Registered 5 goals and 4 assists for the season… 2012: Played for Chicago in WPSL-Elite, appearing in 10 games and scoring 5 goals… 2010/2011: Played for WPS side Atlanta Beat, starting in 15 and 17 games in 2010 and 2011, respectively, scoring 2 goals each season… 2009: Allocated to St. Louis Athletica for the inaugural WPS season and captained the team… Named to the All-WPS First Team and played in the WPS All-Star Game… Played 18 matches for Athletica, scoring 2 goals and added one assist… Tied for first as the most fouled player in WPS.

COLLEGE: 2005: Started all 23 games she played, recording 10 goals and 8 assists… Finished her college career with 30 goals… Helped UNC to a 23-1-1 record… Named First-Team NSCAA All-American for the second year in a row, and First-Team All-ACC for the third year in a row… Named a Soccer America MVP… 2004: Started 22 of 23 games she played, recording 6 goals and 5 assists … Named First-Team All-ACC and a First-Team NSCAA All-American… 2003: Helped UNC to the NCAA title and a perfect 27-0-0 record… Started 26 of 27 games and scored 11 goals with 12 assists… Named First-Team All-ACC and an NSCAA Second-Team All-American… 2002: Named to ACC All-Freshman Team.