LePeilbet missed several years from the national team picture, but she has been one of the USA's best and most consistent defenders since recovering from a torn ACL in 2006. She started in 11 of 12 games played for the U.S. in 2011, with six starts in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup in Germany, playing all but 67 minutes in the event.
Professional / Club – 2012: Allocated to the Chicago Red Stars for the inaugural NWLS season, but underwent knee surgery in February, ruling her out for the season … 2011: Played 862 minutes in 10 games for the Boston Breakers, starting them all, while helping the club to a playoff berth … 2010: Was again one of the best defenders in WPS, earning her second consecutive WPS Defender of the Year Award … Played every minute of all 22 games she started and was named to the WPS Best XI … Also named a starter in the WPS All-Star Game … 2009: Taken by the Boston Breakers fourth overall in the 2009 WPS Draft … Had an excellent season for the Breakers, playing every minute of all 19 games she started in the center of the defense and was named the WPS Defender of the Year … Named a WPS First Team All-Star and played in the WPS All-Star Game … 2008: Played for the Pali Blues, helping the club to the W-League title game, where she scored the tying goal on a header in the 2-1 win … Youth: Played for the USL W-1 Chicago Cobras in junior and senior years of high school and freshman and sophomore years of college … Played for Sparta youth club teams … Played for the Arizona Heatwave in the W-League in 2005.
Date of Birth
Mar 12, 1982
Crystal Lake, Ill.
Chicago Red Stars