Mia HammBorn: Mar. 17, 1972
all-time leading international scorer with 154 goals; member of 3 U.S. Olympic team (1996,2000,04), and 4 U.S. World Cup teams (1991,95,99,2003); made the U.S. National Team at 15; a three-time collegiate All-American; led UNC to 4 national titles (1989,90, 92,93); Two-time FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year (2001- 02); married to baseball’s Nomar Garciaparra.
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