2019: Made an appearance as a late-game substitute, her 10th appearance this season, on Aug. 25 against Chicago...Started and played in nine consecutive matches (April 14-June 21) to start the season...Tallied an assist on May 18 against Washington...Recorded her first goal of the season against Chicago on April 20.
2018: Appeared in 20 games (17 starts), tallying five goals and three assists...Made her first career NWSL playoff appearance on Sept. 15 against Seattle...Appeared in 20 games (17 starts), tallying five goals and three assists during the regular season...Recorded her third assist of the season on Aug. 11 against Orlando...Tallied her fifth goal of the season against Sky Blue FC on July 21...Registered her fourth goal of the season on July 15 against Houston...Tallied a goal and an assist against Utah on July 6...Scored her second goal of the season, the game-winner, against Houston on June 22...Registered her first assist on May 19 against Washington...Tallied her first Thorns FC and NWSL goal on the road against Houston on May 9, making her third consecutive start...Earned her first start of the season, playing 57 minutes on the road against Utah on April 28...Logged 45 minutes, making her second consecutive appearance in a substitute role against Washington on April 20...Made her Thorns FC and NWSL debut, logging 30 minutes against Orlando on April 15.
2009-18: Joined Portland from Frauen-Bundesliga side FFC Frankfurt, where she has played the last seven seasons. During her time in Germany, Crnogorcevic helped lead Frankfurt to the 2015 UEFA Women’s Champions League title and a German Cup in 2014. Across all competitions in the Frauen Bundesliga, Crnogorcevic appeared in more than 190 matches, tallying 41 goals for both Frankfurt and Hamburger SV.
Has 113 caps and 53 goals for the Switzerland Women’s National Team.
2019: Tallied a goal against Sweden in the Algarve Cup on March 1...Added a second goal in the Algarve Cup in a 3-1 win over Portugal on March 4.
2018: Appeared in nine games during 2019 UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifying, tallying two goals...Started and played 90 minutes in both matches of a two-leg playoff against Belgium, helping Switzerland advance to a playoff for a final UEFA berth against the Netherlands.
2015: Helped lead Switzerland to its first-ever berth in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015...At the 2015 World Cup in Canada, she played in all four matches, helping Switzerland to the Round of 16, recording a goal and an assist.