Simone Charley

Simone Charley
Simone Charley
Simone Charley
Real Name: Simone Charley
HT: 5' 8"
Age: 25 (02/04/1995)
Birthplace: Hoover, Ala.
Hometown: Hoover, Ala.

2019-20: Started and played in 11 matches for Canberra United in the W-League...Tallied five goals, which ranked tied for seventh in the league, and one assist

2019: Made 11 appearances, earning six starts...Played 496 minutes...Tallied two assists...Logged her 11th appearance of the season as a substitute against Reign FC on Sept. 29...Made her ninth appearance of the season, logging 28 minutes as a substitute on Aug. 25 against Chicago...Appeared as a substitute against Sky Blue FC on Aug. 3, making her seventh appearance of the season...Made a substitute appearance on July 5 against Reign FC...Made a fifth consecutive start, logging 63 minutes against Houston on June 29...Started for a fourth straight match on June 21 against Utah..Recorded two assists in her Providence Park debut in her second professional match on June 2 against Chicago...Made her professional debut, earning her first start and playing 79 minutes on May 25 against Sky Blue FC.


Youth International
2019: Named to the U.S. U-23 Women's National Team roster for the Nordic Tournament...Made a substitute appearance against Norway, scoring a goal in a 2-0 win on Aug. 28.

College (Vanderbilt University)

2017: Played in and started 19 games as a graduate student forward for the Commodores, posting 14 points on four goals and six assists...Named Second Team All-Southeast Region (United Soccer Coaches)...Garnered Second Team All-SEC accolades.

2016: Redshirted.

2015: Led team in goals (7), assists (4) and points (18)... Named to All-South Region First Team and Second Team All-SEC...Scored four game-winners, including golden goals in overtime victories at Gonzaga and No. 8 South Carolina.

2014: Team’s top scorer and named First Team All-SEC... Also named to All-South Region Second Team...Played in 19 games, making 17 starts...She scored a team-high nine goals and dished out three assists.

2013: Named to SEC All-Freshman Team...Team’s top returning scorer with five goals and 15 points... Also had five assists, which tied for team-high...Helped Vandy to its best offensive output in 13 years...Played in the first 17 games of the season, starting 16 games.

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