2018: On the 15-player shortlist for the Ballon d'Or...Named NWSL MVP...An NWSL Best XI selection...Named Team MVP and the winner of the Golden Boot...Started and played in 22 games, tallying 13 goals and two assists...Recorded a goal and an assist in the semifinals against Seattle Reign FC on Sept. 15...Named NWSL Player of the Week for Week 24, scoring a brace against Seattle on Sept. 7...Finished the regular season ranked third in the NWSL in goals (13)...Named NWSL Player of the Month for July...Recorded her second career brace on July 15 against Houston...Tallied a goal and an assist on July 6 against Utah...Recorded her fourth goal of the season on May 25 against Utah...Scored her third goal of the season against Seattle on May 5...Recorded a goal and assist against Orlando on April 15...Tallied her first goal of the season against Chicago on March 31.
2017: Named to the NWSL Second XI...One of four players to start all 24 games, logging 2,125 minutes...Finished the regular season with four goals and two assists...Started and played all 180 minutes in the NWSL playoffs...Was named NWSL Championship MVP after scoring the game-winning goal in the NWSL Championship match on Oct. 14 against the North Carolina Courage...Tallied her first career playoff assist, logging 90 minutes against Orlando on Oct. 7...Has made 29 consecutive regular-season starts, dating back to the 2017 season...Named to the NWSL Team of the Month for August...Tallied her 4th goal of the season against Houston on Aug. 19...Recorded her second assist of the season against Chicago on Aug. 12...Scored the game-tying goal in stoppage time off a free kick against Houston on July 8...Tallied her first career NWSL assist against FC Kansas City on June 28...Was named NWSL Player of the Week for Week 8 after tallying a brace on the road against Sky Blue FC on June 3.
2016: Appeared in 15 games (all starts) in her first season with Thorns FC, tallying five goals, while adding a sixth goal in Portland's NWSL semifinal match against the Western New York Flash...Made her first career start in the NWSL and for Thorns FC, tallying the game-winning goal in the 82nd minute against Orlando on April 17...Scored for a second straight match, tallying a late-game equalizer on the road against FC Kansas City on April 23...Started and played 90 minutes for six straight matches (April 17-May 21)...Tallied a goal against Washington on May 21...Tallied a goal, and her second game-winner, with the latest game-winning goal in team history in the 90th minute against Orlando on June 26...Started and scored her fifth goal of the season, her third game-winner, against Sky Blue FC on Sept. 25.
2015-16: Appeared in 13 matches, scoring eight goals across all competitions before leaving the club in January...Tallied six goals in nine league matches...Scored twice in four Champions League matches, helping PSG into the quarterfinal round...Scored a brace in the second leg of a 9-0 win in Round of 32 against Olimpia Cluj.
2014-15: Scored 10 goals in 16 matches across all competitions...Tallied her first goal in Champions League play - the game -winning goal in the second leg against FC Twente in the Round of 32.
2013-14: Played in 22 matches across all competitions, tallying 15 goals...Appeared in two UEFA Women’s Champions League matches.
2012-13: Signed a professional contract with Paris Saint-Germain on Jan. 7, 2012...Appeared in 25 matches across all competitions, scoring 20 goals...Scored 17 goals in 20 leagues matches and added three goals in five French Cup matches.
Has earned 66 caps for the U.S. Women’s National Team, scoring eight goals.
2019: Recorded a goal in a 6-0 win over Belgium on April 7...Logged 64 minutes, earning the start against Australia on April 4...Started in matches on Jan. 19 against France and Jan. 22 against Spain.
2018: One of five nominees for U.S. Soccer's Female Player of the Year...Played in 19 games (16 starts), recording three goals and eight assists...Appeared in all five matches (4 starts) during the 2018 Women's Concacaf Championship, tallying five assists and one goal to help lead the USWNT to a berth in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup...Started all three games in the Tournament of Nations, tallying the game-tying goal in a 1-1 draw against Australia on July 29...Scored a goal in a win over Mexico on April 8...Tallied two assists on April 5 in a win against Mexico...Started and played in all three matches at the SheBelieves Cup.
2017: One of five nominees for U.S. Soccer's Female Player of the Year...Made 13 appearances (6 starts), logging a goal and four assists...Appeared in both matches against South Korea, starting and recording two assists in a 6-0 win on Oct. 22...Tallied a goal and an assist against New Zealand on Sept. 19 in a 5-0 win...Earned a start in the Tournament of Nations against Australia (July 27) and logging a substitute appearance against Japan (Aug.3)...Played in both matches as a second-half substitute against Sweden (June 8) and Norway (June 11)...Appeared in all three games at the SheBelieves Cup, earning a start against England.
2016: Made 24 appearances, tallying two goals and five assists...Appeared in all four matches at the 2016 Rio Olympics, making one start in the group stage against Colombia...Scored her third international goal in the 89th minute of a 3-3 draw against Japan in her home state of Colorado on June 2...Tallied an assist in a 3-0 win against Colombia on April 10...Appeared in 12 matches (10 starts), tallying a goal and two assists, helping the U.S. Women’s National Team earn a berth to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
2015: Called into camp with the U.S. for its final five Victory tour games for the first time since 2013... Appeared in four matches (three starts), tallying one goal and three assists...Scored her first international goal in a 6-0 win against Trinidad & Tobago on Dec. 10.
2013: Made her U.S. WNT debut at the Algarve Cup coming off the bench against China PR on March 8…Also played in the final game of the year against Brazil in Orlando.
Youth National Teams: Played with the U.S. U-15, U-17 and U-20 Women’s National Teams. With the U-20 Women’s National Team, Horan led the squad to the CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship in 2012 and 2014...In 2012, Horan appeared in all five games during qualifying, tallying four goals and one assist, but missed the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan due to a knee injury...In 2014, Horan scored three goals and added an assist in just 180 minutes of action during the CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship before being recalled by PSG...At the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, Horan appeared in four matches, scoring three goals as the United States advanced to the quarterfinals...In the group stage, Horan tallied the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win against Brazil and added a brace in a 3-0 win against China...At the U-17 level, Horan tallied 15 goals in 17 international appearances for the United States.