Seattle’s Hope Solo honored for 200 games with U.S. Soccer team

SAN DIEGO – U.S. Soccer honored former goalkeeper Hope Solo on Sunday for her 200th career appearance for the national team. The on-field ceremony came before Sunday’s game between the United States and Denmark in San Diego.

Source: Seattle’s Hope Solo honored for 200 games with U.S. Soccer team

Solo, a Washington state native who once played for the University of Washington Huskies and Seattle Sounders Women, has appeared in 202 games for the national team, the most for any goalkeeper in U.S. history. She had a record 101 shutouts and an overall average of 0.54 goals allowed.

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