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w/ WNT midfielder Kristine Lilly

Kristine Lilly may or may not need some sort of therapy. Regardless, with 25 prompts on topics both easy and tough, we play psychiatrist to get a candid look inside the mind of the 30-year-old U.S. Women's National Team "Iron Woman".

The native of tiny Wilton, Conn., has been around the world more than a few times as one of the all-time legends of women's soccer. Lilly has been part of the storied Team USA since 1987, and has somehow managed to remain one of the top players in the world 15 years later. Her resume reads: Two-time Women's World Cup champion, two-time Olympic medal winner and first soccer player in the world (man or woman) to reach the 200-cap plateau, among other things. Is there anything Kristine Lilly hasn't done? Wait, did someone say WUSA championship?

Prompt ::: Response
Wilton, Conn. ::: Home
Chapel Hill, N.C. ::: Fun
Boston, the city ::: Lively
UNC ::: Great education
Breakers ::: My girls
Anson Dorrance ::: Motivator
Tony DiCicco ::: Family man
April Heinrichs ::: First woman (National Team) coach
Julie Foudy ::: Great leader
Mia Hamm ::: Great ambassador of the game
Michelle Akers ::: Best player ever
Scribner ::: The cutest puppy in the whole world!!!
Injury ::: Overcome
Fear ::: Respect
Team ::: Unity
200 caps ::: Crazy
Norway ::: Long ball
China ::: Organized
'91 WWC ::: The beginning
'95 WWC ::: Dissapointment
'96 Olympics ::: A dream come true
'99 WWC ::: Made history
'00 Olympics ::: Heartbreaker
'03 WWC ::: My next goal
U.S. Soccer ::: Enabling us to fulfill our dream


Table of Contents
1) Armchair Midfielder (The U.S. World Cup Roster)
2) Word Association (w/ WNT midfielder Kristine Lilly)
3) Desert Island Discs (w/ U-19 WNT midfielder Jessica Ballweg)
4) Queries and Anecdotes (w/ MNT defender Frankie Hejduk)
5) Big Man on Campus (w/ U-20 MNT goalkeeper Steve Cronin)
6) Superstar!!! (w/ MNT forward Clint Mathis)
7) Mark That Calendar ("Nike Road to Korea" -- May 12, 16 & 19)
8) "You Don't Know Jack (Marshall)" (WUSA trivia)

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