- U.S. National Team: U-20 WNT
- Position: Forward
- Date Of Birth: Sep. 10, 1992
- Height: 5-6
- Hometown: Coppell, Texas
- Previous National Teams: U-18 WNT
- Club: Stanford
A member of the team that won the 2012 CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championship and earned a berth to the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan … Played in three games at qualifying, tallying two goals and one assist in 169 minutes … Her dramatic 89th minute score in the championship game earned the regional title for the USA with the 2-1 victory over Canada ... Scored against Switzerland and Norway in La Manga, Spain in February … Scored two goals in two games against China in April … Scored against New Zealand in May … Heads into the Women’s World Cup as one of the team’s top scorer with eight goals in 11 U-20 caps … Was a part of the U.S. Under-18 team from 2008 to 2011.
As a freshman, played in 26 games, totaling ten goals and ten assists in 1849 minutes to help Stanford to the NCAA title, the first for the school … Was the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year … Was All Pac-12 Second Team … Made the NCAA All-Tournament Team … Named to the Soccer America All-Freshman First Team ... NSCAA All-Pacific Region Second Team ... Named to the NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team ... Stanford Athletic Board Block 'S' Outstanding Female Freshman ... Provided the assist to Camille Levin for the winning-goal in the 1-0 NCAA final victory over Duke ... Scored one goal and set up another within a three-minute span of the first half to break open a tight match in a 3-0 victory over Florida State in the NCAA semifinals … Scored two spectacular goals to put the Cardinal ahead 2-0 by the 18th minute in a 4-1 victory over UCLA, the Bruins only loss in regulation during the season ... Captain of the Coppell High School Cowboys as a senior … Earned NSCAA All-American Honors and was the Texas Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior... Club: Played for D’Feeters ’93 from U-10 to U-17 … Won the regional title and took third place at Nationals as U-17s … Won the state title as U-15s.
Full name is Chioma Grace Ubogagu … Nickname is Chi … A member of the Hope for Africa Club in high school … Participated in student council … Tries to attend Catholic Church on regular basis … Very family oriented and loves spending time with her mom and told older brothers – Oggy and Okwus … Feeds the homeless every Christmas Eve … Moved to the United States from London at age three … Enjoys singing, eating, playing tennis and basketball, reading, and making/editing movies … Grandfather Austin Enekwe played for the English side Tottenham Hotspurs and the Nigerian National Team … Favorite English Premier League team is “Arsenal, all day” … Favorite foods are French fries, chicken tenders, and Nigerian cuisine … Favorite desserts are Pizookies … Loves bulldogs and monkeys … One of her favorite movies is The Lion King … Favorite TV shows are Grey’s Anatomy, Revenge, One Tree Hill, Vampire Diaries, and Suits.