Meghan Klingenberg

Meghan Klingenberg
Meghan Klingenberg
Meghan Klingenberg
Real Name: Meghan Klingenberg
HT: 5' 2"
Age: 31 (08/02/1988)
Hometown: Gibsonia, Penn.

2019: One of two players to appear in 23 matches this season, making her 23rd start on Oct. 12 against Washington...Started 16 consecutive matches (April 14-Aug. 7)...Registered her fourth assist of the season on July 14 against Orlando...Recorded her third assist of the season against Chicago on June 2...Named to the NWSL Team of the Month for April...Recorded her first career multi-assist game on April 20 against Chicago...Surpassed 5,000 career minutes played for Thorns FC against Orlando on April 14. 

2018: Started and played in 20 games during the regular season, tallying two assists...Started both NWSL playoff games...Recorded her second assist of the season on May 25 against Utah...Tallied her first assist of the season on May 5 against Seattle

2017: Named to the NWSL Second XI...Led the team with six assists during the regular season, ranking among the top five in the NWSL...Appeared in 23 matches (22 starts), logging 1,935 minutes...Started both NWSL playoff matches, logging 180 minutes...Tallied her seventh assist of the season, first of her NWSL playoff career, against Orlando on Oct. 7...Started 20 straight matches to conclude the regular season...Tied for second in the NWSL with six assists...Recorded her fifth assist of the season, her second game-winning assist of the campaign, against Houston on Aug. 15...Tallied her fourth assist on the game-winning goal against Chicago on Aug. 12...Registered her second assist of the season against Sky Blue FC on June 3...Recorded her first Thorns FC assist on May 6 against Seattle.

2016: Appeared in 14 matches (all starts) in her first season with Thorns FC ... Made her Thorns FC debut, starting and logging 90 minutes against Orlando on April 17.

2015: Appeared in 12 matches for the Houston Dash.

2014: Selected by the Dash in the 2014 NWSL Expansion Draft and arrived midseason after the conclusion of her time with Swedish club Tyresö.

2012-14: Guided Tyresö to a runner-up finish in the 2013-14 UEFA Women’s Champions League, falling 4-3 in the final to VfL Wolfsburg.

2011: The third-overall selection in the 2011 Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) Draft by magicJack...Appeared in two games before she was acquired by the Boston Breakers in a trade...Played in 10 matches, registering one goal and two assists in her first professional season with the Breakers.

Has earned 74 caps, tallying three goals for the U.S. Women’s National Team.

2017: Made two starts against Sweden (June 8) and Norway (June 11)...Returned to the starting lineup, appearing in a pair of friendlies against Russia on April 6 and 9...Named to the short list for the 2016 FIFPro World Best XI...Called into USWNT camp ahead of the SheBelieves Cup. 

2016: Made 20 appearances (18 starts), tallying four assists...Named to her first Olympic roster for the 2016 Olympics, starting and playing in three matches in the tournament...Named to the FIFPro Women’s World XI...Helped the USWNT win the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Championship and earn a berth to the 2016 Rio Olympics.

2015: Named to the FIFPro Women’s World XI...A member of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup champions in her first World Cup tournament, she played every minute of all seven games…Named to the FIFA Women’s World Cup All-Star Team...Played in all 26 games for the WNT in 2015, starting 23 games...Scored her first goal of 2015, and second of her international career, on a spectacular shot from outside the penalty area in a 4-0 victory against New Zealand on April 4... Appeared in all four matches, starting three to help the U.S. claim the Algarve Cup title...Scored the third goal of her career against Costa Rica in her home town of Pittsburgh on Aug. 16…Assisted on the equalizing goal against Brazil during the Victory Tour on October 21.

2014: Started 17 of 18 games played…Was fifth on the team for field players in minutes played with 1,325…Notched her first international goal at the senior level with a golazo, long-distance strike against Haiti during World Cup Qualifying.

2013: Played in four matches, starting three, but missed several games due to a foot injury.

2012: Did not play in a match for the USWNT, but was named an alternate for the 2012 Olympic Team.

2011: Earned her first call-up for a training camp in January of 2011, and she earned a spot on the roster for the Four Nations Tournament in China…Earned her first two caps at the Four Nations Tournament, playing against Canada and China.

Youth National Teams: Played for the U.S. U-23 Women’s National Team in 2009 and 2010…A key member of the USA’s 2008 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup champions…Played every minute of her five starts in the tournament including all 90 during the World Cup Final victory against Korea DPR…Ended her U-20 career with 16 caps and one goal, that scored against Costa Rica in the CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament…She played every minute of all five matches at the U-20 Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament…Played for the USA at the U-17 and U-16 levels in 2005 and 2004.

College (North Carolina)
A four-year starter at the University of North Carolina (2007-10)...Appeared in 94 games, tallying 18 goals and 24 assists...Won two NCAA Championships...Earned All-American and first team All-ACC honors in 2010.

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