U.S. Soccer
Women's National Team

Meghan Schnur

Defender Caps/Goals -
  • Date of Birth

  • Height


  • Hometown

    Butler, Pa.

  • Club

    Sky Blue FC

A fine WPS season led to her first call-up for training camps during the fall of 2009 … One of the few true left-footers in the WNT player pool … Youth National Teams: Played for the U.S. Under-21 Women’s National Team in 2007 and for the U-23s in 2008, starting three games as the USA took first at the Nordic Cup in Sweden … Ended her U-21/U-23 career with seven caps … Was a member of the U-19 Women’s National Team pool starting in 2002, but made a late run to make the final roster for 2004 FIFA U-19 Women’s World Cup Thailand, where she played in one match … Played in five total matches in 2004 leading into the World Championship, scoring two goals, including one against China’s U-19s on a tour of Shanghai … In 2003, she played in 10 total games for the U-19s, including six full internationals and scored once in a 4-0 win against the German U-19s … Played for the U.S. U-17s from 2000-2002 and for the U.S. U-16s from 1999-2000 … First Appearance: None ... First Goal: None.
2009: Taken in the second round, 11th overall, by Sky Blue FC and helped the club to a fourth-place regular season finish and a berth to the playoffs, where she played a key role in the Cinderella run to the WPS title … Played in all 20 matches for SBFC, totaling 1,751 minutes, and notching two assists … Played every minute of all three playoff matches … Etc.: Played five seasons for the New England Mutiny of the WPSL during the summers from 2004-2008 … During the 2007 season with the Mutiny, she played in all twelve regular season contests, scoring eight goals and had nine assists for 25 points, leading the Mutiny in all three categories and was named to the 2007 All-WPSL First Team … In 2005, she was named the WPSL East Division MVP after scoring seven goals with six assists, good for third in the league … Attended Butler High School where she earned four varsity letters in soccer and one in track and field … Named the Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the Year as well as the Pennsylvania State Player of the Year as a senior … Played from U-11s to U-19s for the Beadling SC.