U.S. Soccer
Women's National Team

Angela Hucles

Forward Caps/Goals -
  • Date of Birth

  • Height

    5-7

  • Hometown

    Virginia Beach, Va.

  • Club

    Boston Breakers

Earned the first nine caps of her international career in 2002, starting two games and scoring her first international goal against Costa Rica at the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup, where she helped the USA qualify for the 2003 Women’s World Cup … First trained with the USA in September of 2001 … 2008: Had her best ever year on the National Team, playing in 32 games and scoring eight goals, including a team leading four at the 2008 Olympics … At the Olympics, she scored against New Zealand in group play, against Canada in the quarterfinal and tallied twice against Japan in the semifinal … Started 15 matches during the year… Scored a dramatic stoppage time game-winning goal for the USA in a 5-4 win over Australia on May 3 in Birmingham, Ala. … Also scored a stoppage-time winner in the championship of the Peace Queen Cup to give the USA a 1-0 win over Canada … Scored her third goal of the year on a remarkable long range blast against Norway in Fredrikstad … Also scored in her home state of Virginia in a victory over South Korea in November on the Achieve Your Gold Tour … Came off the bench to assist on the USA’s third goal in a 3-0 win over Costa Rica during Olympic Qualifying that send the USA to China … 2007: Played in 11 games, starting four … Was a member of the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup Team, but did not play in the tournament … 2006: Played in seven games, starting four … 2005: Played in seven matches, including one her hometown of Virginia Beach, Va. … Started three matches and moved over 50 career caps … Played in all four matches at the Algarve Cup, starting two … 2004: A member of the 2004 Olympic Team, she played in two matches in Greece … Played in 21 games, starting eight and scored four goals, three coming at the Algarve Cup in Portugal … Registered the first two-goal game of her career in that tourney against France …Also scored the winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Denmark … 2003: Earned a regular spot on the National Team, starting six of the 15 games in which she played, and made the 2003 Women’s World Cup Team, but a shin injury precluded her from seeing any action during the tournament … Youth National Teams: Was a member of the Under-20 National Team from 1997-1999 … First Appearance: April 27, 2002, vs. Finland … First Goal: November 6, 2002, vs. Costa Rica.
 
Allocated to the Boston Breakers for the inaugural WPS season in 2009 … One of two players (Kristine Lilly) to play for the Breakers in the WUSA and WPS … Selected in the 12th round with the 93rd overall pick in the WUSA inaugural draft by the Boston Breakers in 2001 ... 2003: Had her best WUSA season, starting all 17 games in which she played while scoring one goal with four assists to help the Breakers to the playoffs for the first time … Named to the All-WUSA Second Team … 2002: Played in 19 games and started 17, scoring three goals with four assists … Named as a reserve on the WUSA North All-Star Team … 2001: Finished the season with two goals while playing in all 21 games (starting 19) … Scored the first goal in Breakers history during preseason in a 3-0 victory over Duke in Durham, N.C., on March 6, 2001 … Etc.: Played for the Hampton Roads Piranhas in the W-League in 2000, leading the league in assists … Also scored six goals in 14 games … Played for the Boston Renegades in the summer of 2005 and 2006.
 
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