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Kristine Lilly: All 352 Caps


Date  Cap  Goal Opponent  Score  Venue  The Skinny
Aug. 3, 1987  1 China  2-0 W  Tianjin, China 16-year old debut
Aug. 13, 1987  2 1 China  1-1 T  Punyu, China  First goal
Dec. 12, 1987  3 Japan  1-0 W  Taipei, Taiwan  Back to Asia
Dec. 15, 1987  4 New Zealand  0-1 L  Taipei, Taiwan  First and last loss to Kiwis
Dec. 16, 1987  5 Australia  6-0 W  Taipei, Taiwan  First-ever game w/ Matildas
Dec. 19, 1987  6 Canada  4-0 W  Taipei, Taiwan  Six games, six starts
Dec. 20, 1987  7   Taiwan  1-2 L  Taipei, Taiwan  First and last loss to Taiwan
Dec. 1, 1988  8 Japan  5-2 W  Punyu, China  Back to Asia, again
Dec. 3, 1988  9 Sweden 1-1 T  Pun-Yu, China  Plays F w/ Akers, Jennings
June 5, 1988 10 Czechoslovakia 0-0 T  Pun-Yu, China  First Time w/ Hamm on Front Line
June 8, 1988 11 Norway  0-1 L  Pun-Yu, China  Youngster gets first taste of rivalry
July 22, 1988 12 West Germany  2-1 W  Rimini, Italy  First trip to Europe
July 24, 1988 13 Italy 1-2 L  Rimini, Italy  USA taking its late 80s lumps
July 27, 1988 14 England  0-2 L  Rimini, Italy  More lessons learned
July 29, 1988 15   France  1-0 W  Rimini, Italy  Wins sandwich Italy tour
July 25, 1990 16 Norway  4-0 W  Winnipeg, Can.  Hamm scores first career goal  
July 27, 1990 17 2 Canada  4-1 W  Winnipeg, Can.  Breaks 14-game goal-less streak
July 29, 1990 18 Norway 4-2 W  Winnipeg, Can.  Rare domination vs. Norway
Aug. 5, 1990  19 USSR  8-0 W  Blaine, Minn.  First-ever game in United States
Aug. 9, 1990  20 England  3-0 W  Blaine, Minn.  Loss in Italy avenged
Aug. 11, 1990  21   West Germany  3-0 W  Blaine, Minn.  Blaine is very, very good to USA
April 1, 1991 22 Yugoslavia  8-0 W  Varna, Bulgaria  1st and only trip to Eastern Europe
April 2, 1991 23 Bulgaria  3-0 W  Varna, Bulgaria Hamm Gets Goal #5
April 3, 1991 24 Hungary 6-0 W Varna, Bulgaria  Lilly hungry for goals
April 5, 1991 25 3 France  2-0 W  Varna, Bulgaria  Quarter of the way to 100
April 7, 1991 26 4 USSR  5-0 W  Varna, Bulgaria  Lilly closes trip with two goals
April 18, 1991 27 Mexico  12-0 W Port-au-Prince, Haiti Haiti USA begins WWC qualifying
April 22, 1991 28 T & T  10-0 W   Port-au-Prince, Haiti Haiti CONCACAF no match for US
April 25, 1991 29 5 Haiti  10-0 W  Port-au-Prince, Haiti Hosts fall as Lilly gets one
April 28, 1991 30 6 Canada  5-0 W  Port-au-Prince, Haiti  USA qualifies for 1991 WWC
May 18, 1991 31 France  4-0 W  Lyon, France  Back to Europe
May 25, 1991 32 England 3-1 W   Hirson, France Triple Edge Sword Gets All Three
May 28, 1991 33 7 Holland  3-4 L  Vianen, Holland  Most goals ever allowed to date
May 30, 1991 34 Germany  4-2 W  Kaiserslautern, Ger.  First win over unified Germany
June 5, 1991 35 Denmark  0-1 L  Odense, Denmark  Northern Europe is tough going
Aug. 4, 1991  36 China  1-2 W  Changchun, China  Back to China, again
Aug. 8, 1991  37 China  2-2 T  Yenji, China  Draw on pre-WWC tour
Aug. 10, 1991  38 China  3-0 W Anshan, China  Akers hat trick sends message  
Aug. 30, 1991  39 Norway 0-1 L  New Britain, Conn. Lilly plays first time in home state
Sept. 1, 1991  40 8 Norway  1-2 L  Medford, Mass.  First ever goal in USA
Oct. 4, 1991  41   China  1-2 L  Oakford, Pa.  Lilly tally not enough, again
Oct. 12, 1991  42 9 China  2-0 W  Fairfax, Virginia  Lilly rolling into WWC
Nov. 17, 1991  43 Sweden  3-2 W  Punyu, China  Lilly injured in first WWC win
Nov. 19, 1991  44 Brazil  5-0 W  Pun-Yu, China  Recovers to start
Nov. 21, 1991  45 Japan  3-0 W  Foshan, China  Comes off bench for Jennings
Nov. 24, 1991  46 Taiwan  7-0 W  Foshan, China  Akers' five-goal game
Nov. 27, 1991  47 Germany  5-2 W  Guangzhou, China  Jennings takes over
Nov. 30, 1991  48   Norway 2-1 W  Guangzhou, China  20-year-old world champion
Mar. 11, 1993  49 Denmark  2-0 W  Agai, Cyprus  First ever game in Cyprus
Mar. 12, 1993  50 Norway  0-1 L  Agai, Cyprus  Halfway to 100
Mar. 14, 1993  51 Germany  0-1 L  Agai, Cyprus  Last ever game in Cyprus
April 7, 1993 52 Germany  1-2 L  Oakford, Pa.  Have not lost 3 in a row since  
April 10, 1993 53 10, 11 Germany  3-0 W  Atlanta, Ga.  First-ever multiple goal game
June 12, 1993 54 12 Canada  7-0 W  Cincinnati, Ohio  Scores her jersey number goal
June 15, 1993 55 13 Italy 5-0 W  Mansfield, Ohio  Four goals in three games
June 19, 1993 56 Italy  1-0 W  Columbus, Ohio  USA sweeps Ohio
July 7, 1993 57 14 Australia  6-0 W  Hamilton, Canada First games in Canada
July 10, 1993 58 Japan  7-0 W  Hamilton, Canada Lilly saves Japan goals for '95
July 12, 1993 59 15 Taipei  3-1 W  Hamilton, Canada Lilly 1, Taipei 1
July 14, 1993 60 16 Russia  2-0 W  Hamilton, Canada Scoring threat emerging
July 17, 1993 61 China  0-1 L  Hamilton, Canada Familiar final opponent
Aug. 4, 1993  62 17 New Zealand 3-0 W  New Hyde Park, N.Y.  Kiwis feel the brunt of Lilly
Aug. 6, 1993  63 18 T & T  9-0 W  New Hyde Park, N.Y.  Nine goals in last 12 games
Aug. 8, 1993  64   Canada  1-0 W  New Hyde Park, N.Y.  Fawcett gets winner
Mar. 16, 1994 65 19 Portugal  5-0 W  Silves, Portugal  Algarve Cup opens with a bang
Mar. 18, 1994  66 Sweden  1-0 W  Villa Real, Portugal  Hamm gets game-winner
Mar. 20, 1994  67 Norway  0-1 L  Faro, Portugal  Algarve curse begins
April 10, 1994 68 20 T & T  3-1 W  Scarborough, Tob.  Scoring in the Caribbean
April 14, 1994 69 Canada  4-1 W  San Fernando, Trin.  Another CONCACAF win
April 17, 1994 70 Canada  3-0 W  Port-of-Spain, Trin.  Wrap-up of Caribbean tour
July 31, 1994 71 Germany  2-1 W  Fairfax, Va.  First U.S. Women's Cup
Aug. 3, 1994  72 China  1-0 W  Piscataway, N.J.  Foudy gets winner
Aug. 7, 1994  73 Norway  4-1 W  Worcester, Mass.  U.S. Women's Cup championship
Aug. 13, 1994  74 21, 22 Mexico  9-0 W  Montreal, Canada  Opens WC '95 Qualifying
Aug. 17, 1994  75 23 T & T 11-1 W Montreal, Canada  Lilly gets goal despite brawl  
Aug. 19, 1994  76 24, 25 Jamaica 10 W Montreal, Canada  Five goals in three games
Aug. 21, 1994  77   Canada  6-0 W  Montreal, Canada  USA qualifies for 1995 WWC
Feb. 24, 1995  78 26 Denmark  7-0 W  Orlando, Fla.  USA begins run to Sweden '95
Mar. 14, 1995  79 27 Finland  2-0 W  Faro, Portugal  Lilly opens Algarve Cup w/ goal
Mar. 16, 1995  80 28 Portugal  3-0 W  Portimao, Portugal  First-ever goal as a substitute
Mar. 17, 1995  81 Denmark 0-2 L  Lagos, Portugal  Rare loss to Denmark
Mar. 18, 1995  82 29 Norway  3-3 T  Quarteira, Portugal  USA loses 2-4 on PKs
April 11, 1995 83 Italy  3-0 W  Poissy, France  USA back on track
April 12, 1995 84   Canada 5-0 W  St. Maur, France  Hamm Hat Tricks Canucks
April 15, 1995 85 30 France  3-0 W  Strasbourg, France  Host falls as USA wins tourney
April 28, 1995 86 Finland  2-0 W  Decatur, Ga.  Road to Sweden Tour begins
April 30, 1995 87 31 Finland  6-0 W  Davidson, N.C.  Lilly scores in 1st game in NC
May 12, 1995 88 Brazil  3-0 W  Tacoma, Wash.  Physical match on narrow field
May 14, 1995 89 Brazil  4-1 W  Portland, Ore.  Scorches Brazil in scorching sun
May 19, 1995 90 32, 33 Canada 9-1 W  Dallas, Tex.  Last match before Sweden
June 6, 1995 91 China  3-3 T  Gavle, Sweden World Cup opens with draw
June 8, 1995 92 34 Denmark  2-0 W  Gavle, Sweden  First World Cup goal
June 10, 1995 93 Australia  4-1 W  Helsingborg, Swe.  USA wins group
June 13, 1995 94 35, 36 Japan 4-0 W  Gavle, Sweden  Brilliant free-kick goal
June 15, 1995 95 Norway  0-1 L  Vasteras, Sweden  A day that will live in infamy  
June 17, 1995 96 China  2-0 W  Gavle, Sweden  Bronze medal won
Aug. 3, 1995  97 37 Australia  4-2 W  New Brunswick, N.J.  U.S. Women's Cup '95
Aug. 6, 1995  98   Norway  2-1 W  Washington, D.C.  USA wins U.S. Cup, gets revenge
Jan. 14, 1996  99 Russia  8-1 W  Campinas, Brazil  Russia no match
Jan. 16, 1996  100 Brazil  3-2 W  Campinas, Brazil  First U.S. player to hit 100 caps
Jan. 20, 1996  101 Brazil  1-1 T  Campinas, Brazil  USA wins tourney 3-2 in PKs
Feb. 2, 1996  102 Norway  3-2 W  Tampa, Fla.  Run to Olympics begins
Feb. 4, 1996  103 Norway  1-2 L  Jacksonville, Fla.  Freezing loss on late free-kick
Feb. 10, 1996  104 38 Denmark  2-1 W  Orlando, Fla.  Preview of Olympic opener
Feb. 15, 1996  105 Sweden  3-0 W  San Antonio, Tex.  Texas loves the USA
Feb. 17, 1996  106 Sweden  3-0 W  Houston, Tex.  Double the feat
Mar. 14, 1996  107 Germany  6-0 W  Decatur, Ga.  Germany falls in Olympic prep
Mar. 16, 1996  108 39 Germany  2-0 W  Davidson, N.C.  Lilly two-for-two in North Carolina
April 20, 1996 109 40, 41 Netherlands 6-0 W  Fullerton, Calif.  First-ever game in California
April 26, 1996 110 42 France  4-1 W  St. Louis, Mo.  Lilly scores in bunches
April 28, 1996 111 France  8-2 W  Indianapolis, Ind.  Hamm scores four goals
May 12, 1996 112 Canada  6-0 W  Worcester, Mass.  U.S. Cup '96
May 16, 1996 113 43, 44 Japan 4-0 W  Horsham, Pa.  Second two-goal game vs. Japan
May 18, 1996 114 China 1-0 W  Washington, D.C.  Akers gets winner, USA wins Cup
July 4, 1996 115 Australia  2-1 W  Tampa, Fla.  Final games before Olympics
July 6, 1996 116 45 Australia  2-1 W  Pensacola, Fla.  Lilly is top gun with one goal
July 21, 1996 117 Denmark  3-0 W  Orlando, Fla.  Olympics start with a bang
July 23, 1996 118 Sweden  2-1 W  Orlando, Fla.  Citrus Bowl is kind to USA
July 25, 1996 119 China  0-0 T  Miami, Fla.  Draw pits USA against Norway
July 28, 1996 120 Norway  2-1 W  Athens, Ga.  Truly golden goal from MacMillan
Aug. 1, 1996  121   China 2-1 W  Athens, Ga.  Gold won on historic day
Feb. 28, 1997  122 Australia  4-0 W  Melbourne, Australia First game after long break
Mar. 3, 1997 123 46 Australia  3-1 W  Bathhurst, Australia Battle in Bathhurst tied 0-0 at half
Mar. 5, 1997  124 Australia  3-0 W  Canberra, Australia USA sweeps Matildas
April 24, 1997 125 47 France  4-2 W  Greensboro, N.C.  Lilly scores again in NC
April 27, 1997 126 France  2-1 W  Tampa, Fla.  Venturini scores two
May 2, 1997 127 South Korea  7-0 W  Milwaukee, Wisc.  Hurricane game is no strain
May 4, 1997 128 48 South Korea 6-1 W  St. Charles, Ill.  NIKE Victory Tour continues
May 9, 1997 129 England  5-0 W  San Jose, Calif.  Hamm gets legendary hat trick
May 11, 1997 130 49 England  6-0 W  Portland, Ore.  A half-century of goals
May 31, 1997 131 Canada 4-0 W  New Britain, Conn.  Lilly plays in home state
June 5, 1997 132 50 Australia  9-1 W  Ambler, Pa.  Matildas feel the wrath
June 8, 1997 133 Italy  2-0 W  Washington, D.C.  Assist on Parlow goal
Oct. 9, 1997  134 51 Germany  1-3 L  Duisburg, Germ.  First-minute goal in the cold rain
Oct. 12, 1997  135 Germany  3-0 W  Salzgitter, Germ.  Revenge is a dish best served cold
Oct. 30, 1997  136 Sweden  3-1 W  Chattanooga, Ten.  Behind closed doors
Nov. 1, 1997  137 52 Sweden  3-1 W  Chattanooga, Ten.  Lilly saves goal for the fans  
Dec. 11, 1997  138 Brazil  2-1 W  Taubate, Brazil  Foudy wins game in 90th
Dec. 13, 1997  139   Brazil  0-1 L  Sao Paulo, Brazil  First-ever loss to Brazil
Jan. 18, 1998  140 Sweden  3-0 W  Guangzhou, China  Opener of '91 WWC replayed
Jan. 21, 1998  141 China  0-0 T  Guangzhou, China  Goa Hong denies USA
Jan. 24, 1998  142 Norway  3-0 W  Guangzhou, China  Big wins clinches tourney
Mar. 15, 1998  143 Finland  2-0 W Olhao, Portugal  Lilly at forward
Mar. 17, 1998  144 53 China  4-1 W Loule, Portugal  Goal in dismantling of China
Mar. 19, 1998  145 Norway  1-4 L  Lagos, Portugal  Ouch
Mar. 21, 1998  146 54 Sweden  3-1 W  Quarteira, Portugal  Third straight 3-1 win over SWE
April 24, 1998 147 Argentina  8-1 W  Fullerton, Calif.  Argentine spanking
April 26, 1998 148 55 Argentina  7-0 W  San Jose, Calif.  Brilliant back-heel goal
May 8, 1998 149 Iceland 6-0 W  Indianapolis, Ind.  Midwest thumping
May 10, 1998 150 Iceland  1-0 W  Lehigh, Pa.  Tougher go in Penn.
May 17, 1998 151 Japan 2-1 W  Tokyo, Japan  Ties all-time caps record
May 21, 1998 152 56 Japan  2-0 W  Kobe, Japan  Breaks all-time caps record  
May 24, 1998 153 57 Japan  3-0 W  Yokohama, Japan  Scores in WC 2002 Final Stadium
May 30, 1998 154 New Zealand  5-0 W  Washington, D.C.  Kiwis no match in nation's capital
June 25, 1998 155 Germany  1-1 T St. Louis, Mo.  Parlow ties it, almost wins it
June 28, 1998 156 58 Germany  4-2 W  Chicago, Ill.  Hamm gets other three
July 25, 1998 157 Denmark  5-0 W  Long Island, N.Y.  Goodwill Games  
July 27, 1998 158 China  2-0 W  Long Island, N.Y.  Goodwill Games gold
Aug. 2, 1998  159 Canada  4-0 W  Orlando, Fla.  Demolition of Canadians
Sept. 12, 1998  160 59, 60 Mexico  9-0 W  Foxboro, Mass.  Passes 60 goals
Sept. 18, 1998  161 Russia  4-0 W  Rochester, N.Y.  Mia gets #100
Sept. 20, 1998  162 Brazil  3-0 W  Richmond, Va.  USA wins NIKE U.S. Cup
Dec. 20, 1998  163   Ukraine  5-0 W  Fresno, Calif.  Snows in last game of '98
Jan. 27, 1999  164 61, 62, 63 Portugal  7-0 W  Orlando, Fla.  First hat trick of career
Jan. 30, 1999  165 54, 65 Portugal  6-0 W  Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.  Portugal hates Lilly
Feb. 27, 1999  166 Finland  2-0 W  Tampa, Fla.  Sluggish win
Mar. 14, 1999  167 Sweden  1-0 T Silves, Portugal  Algarve Cup starts with a point
Mar. 16, 1999  168   Finland  4-0 W  Quarteira, Portugal  USA Back on track
Mar. 18, 1999  169 66 Norway  2-1 W  Albufeira, Portugal  Winning goal over arch-rivals
Mar. 20, 1999  170 China  1-2 L  Loule, Portugal  Algarve disappointment again
Mar. 28, 1999  171 67, 68 Mexico  3-0 W  Pasadena, Ca.  Late goals deflate Mexico
April 22, 1999 172 China  2-1 W  Hershey, Pa.  Venturini gets winner in 90th
April 25, 1999 173 China  1-2 L  East Rutherford, NJ  China gets edge, for now
April 29, 1999 174 69 Japan  9-0 W  Charlotte, N.C.  USA sends statement
May 2, 1999 175 Japan  6-0 W  Atlanta, Ga.  Hamm breaks scoreless streak
May 13, 1999 176 70 Holland  5-0 W  Milwaukee, Wisc.  Last sub-10,000 crowd for a while
May 16, 1999 177 Holland  3-0 W  Chicago, Ill.  Convincing win at Soldier
May 22, 1999 178 71 Brazil  3-0 W  Orlando, Fla.  Lilly helps celebrate Hamm record
June 3, 1999 179 72 Australia  4-0 W  Portland, Ore.  Lilly hot as WWC nears
June 6, 1999 180 73 Canada 4-2 W  Portland, Ore.  Lilly enters WWC on a roll
June 19, 1999 181 74 Denmark  3-0 W  East Rutherford, NJ  Big goal in front of biggest crowd
June 24, 1999 182 75 Nigeria  7-1 W  Chicago, Ill.  Nine goals in 12 games
June 27, 1999 183 North Korea  3-0 W  Boston, Mass.  Reserves step up
July 1, 1999 184 Germany  3-2 W  Washington, D.C.  President watches historic match
July 4, 1999 185  Brazil  2-0 W  Palo Alto, Ca.  Mighty nice Independence Day
July 10, 1999 186 China  0-0 T  Pasadena, Ca.  Lilly nails third PK in shootout win
Sept. 4, 1999  187 76 Ireland  5-0 W  Boston, Mass.  Picking up where Lilly left off
Sept. 26, 1999  188 Brazil  6-0 W  Denver, Colo.  Trouncing of tired Brazil
Oct. 3, 1999  189 South Korea  5-0 W  Columbus, Ohio  Sold out Columbus Crew Stadium
Oct. 7, 1999  190 77, 78 Finland  6-0 W  Kansas City, Mo.  Largest soccer crowd ever in K.C.
Oct. 10, 1999  191 79, 80 Brazil  4-2 W  Louisville, Ky.  Seals U.S. Cup with MVP effort
Feb. 6, 2000  192 81 Norway  2-3 L  Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.  Almost gets game-winner
Mar. 12, 2000  193 Portugal  7-0 W  Silves, Portugal  Two assists to open Algarve Cup
Mar. 14, 2000  194 Denmark  2-1 W  Faro, Portugal  As a second half sub, ignites rally
Mar. 16, 2000  195 Sweden  1-0 W  Lagos, Portugal  Win puts USA in Algarve Final
Mar. 18, 2000  196 Norway  1-0 W  Loule, Portugal  First ever Algarve Cup title
April 5, 2000 197 82 Iceland  8-0 W  Davidson, N.C.  Spectacular goal off bench
April 8, 2000 198 Iceland  0-0 T  Charlotte, N.C.  Shots fly, but no goals
May 5, 2000 199 83 Mexico  8-0 W  Portland, Ore.  One goal for Lilly in rout
May 7, 2000 200 Canada 4-0 W  Portland, Ore.  Double century in caps for Lilly
May 31, 2000 201 China 0-1 L  Canberra, Australia Rare shutout for U.S. team
June 2, 2000 202 Canada 9-1 W  Sydney, Australia Ties biggest ever win over Canada
June 8, 2000 203   Japan 4-1 W Newcastle, Australia Lilly was actually subbed
June 11, 2000 204 Australia  1-0 W  Newcastle, Australia USA Wins Pacific Cup
June 23, 2000 205 T&T 11-0 W Hershey, Pa.  Opener of CONCACAF Gold Cup
June 27, 2000 206   Brazil  0-0 T  Foxboro, Mass.  USA wins coin flip to take group
July 1, 2000 207 Canada 4-1 W Louisville, Ky.  Semifinal Gold Cup victory
July 3, 2000 208 Brazil  1-0 W  Foxboro, Mass.  Milbrett goal gives U.S. Gold Cup
July 16, 2000 209 Norway 1-0 W  Osnabruck, Germany Start to DFB Jubilee Cup
July 19, 2000 210 China 1-1 T Gottigen, Germany Hard-fought game in rain
July 22, 2000 211 Germany  1-0 W  Braunschweig, Germany USA wins Jubilee Cup on Foudy goal
July 27, 2000 212 Norway 1-1 T Tromso, Norway Rare appearance for Lilly off bench
July 30, 2000 213 Norway 1-2 L  Oslo, Norway USA drops last of 5-game Euro tour
Aug. 13, 2000 214 Russia  7-1 W  Annapolis, Md. Rout of Russia at Navy
Aug. 15, 2000 215 Russia  1-1 T College Park, Md. Lilly off the bench in 1-1 tie again
Aug. 20, 2000 216 84 Canada 1-1 T Kansas City, Mo.  Lilly scores lone goal
Sept. 1, 2000 217 Brazil  4-0 W  San Jose, Calif.  Great send-off for Olympics in front of sell-out
Sept. 14, 2000 218 Norway 2-0 W Melbourne, Australia Big win to kick of Sydney Games
Sept. 17, 2000 219 China 1-1 T Melbourne, Australia Foudy scores in epic draw
Sept. 20, 2000 220 85 Nigeria  3-1 W Melbourne, Australia Lilly gets one of the three
Sept. 24, 2000 221 Brazil  1-0 W  Canberra, Australia Hamm bags winner to put U.S. in final
Sept. 28, 2000 222 Norway 2-3 L  Sydney, Australia USA wins silver
Nov. 11, 2000 223 Canada 1-3 L  Columbus, Ohio  Tired USA falls to Canada
Dec. 10, 2000 224 86 Mexico  3-2 W  Houston, Tex.  Tired USA beats Mexico
Dec. 17, 2000 225   Japan 1-1 T Phoenix, Arizona Overbeck's last match
June 30, 2001 226 Canada 2-2 T  Toronto, Canada First game of the year for Lilly
July 3, 2001 227 Canada 1-0 W  Blaine, Minn.  Second leg of Independence Day series
Sept. 9, 2001 228   Germany  4-1 W Chicago, Ill.  Two days later, 9/11
Jan. 12, 2002 229 87 Mexico  7-0 W  Charleston, S.C. Warm-up for China trip
Jan. 23, 2002 230 Norway 0-1 L  Huadu, China USA Opens Four Nations with L
Jan. 25, 2002 231 Germany  0-0 T  Panyu, China Still no goals in China
Jan. 27, 2002 232 China 2-0 W Guangzhou, China  Americans salvage tourney
March 1, 2002 233 Sweden 1-1 T Albufeira, Portugal  MacMillan starts 7-goal run
March 3, 2002 234 England 2-0 W Ferreiras, Portugal First game vs. Lionesses since 1997
March 5, 2002 235 Norway 2-3 L  Lagos, Portugal  Macmillan gets both goals
April 27, 2002 236 Finland  3-0 W San Jose, Calif.  Abby Wambach's first goal
Sept. 8, 2002 237 Scotland 8-2 W  Columbus, Ohio  Hat tricks for Hamm and Wambach
Sept. 29, 2002 238 Russia  5-1 W Uniondale, N.Y. Big win on Long Island
Oct. 2, 2002 239 Australia  4-0 W  Cary, N.C. Nike U.S. Cup
Oct. 6, 2002 240 88 Italy 4-0 W  Cary, N.C. O'Reilly scores first goal, Lil gets one
Oct. 27, 2002 241 Mexico  3-0 W Pasadena, Ca.  CONCACAF Qualifying for WWC '03
Oct. 29, 2002 242 T&T 3-0 W Fullerton, Calif.  USA rolls through group play
Nov. 6, 2002 243 89 Costa Rica 7-0 W  Seattle, Wash. USA clinches WWC berth
Nov. 9, 2002 244   Canada 2-1 W  Pasadena, Ca.  USA wins Women's Gold Cup
Feb. 16, 2003 245 Iceland 1-0 W  Charleston, S.C. Hammer time
March 14, 2003 246 Canada 1-1 T Olhao, Portugal  Wagner gets lone goal
March 16, 2003 247 Norway 1-0 W  Ferreiras, Portugal MacMillan gets lone goal
March 18, 2003 248 Sweden 1-1 T V.R. de SA, Portugal Wagner gets second of Algarve Cup
March 20, 2003 249 China 2-0 W Loule, Portugal  USA wins its second Algarve Cup
April 26, 2003 250 90 Canada 6-1 W  Washington, D.C.  MacMillan scores four times
May 17, 2003 251 England  6-0 W Birmingham, Ala. Parlow scores four times in heat
June 14, 2003 252 Ireland  5-0 W  Salt Lake City, Utah Huge crowd in Utah
July 13, 2003 253 Brazil  1-0 W  New Orleans, La. Stadium would be underwater during Katrina
Sept. 1, 2003 254 Costa Rica 5-0 W  Carson, Calif. Boxx's first game, first goal
Sept. 7, 2003 255 Mexico  5-0 W  San Jose, Calif.  Send off to WWC
Sept. 21, 2003 256 91 Sweden 3-1 W Washington, D.C.  One of best Lilly goals to open WWC
Sept. 25, 2003 257 Nigeria  5-0 W  Philadelphia, Pa. Romp over Africans in group play
Sept. 28, 2003 258 Korea DPR 3-0 W Columbus, Ohio  Defender Whitehill scores twice
Oct. 1, 2003 259 Norway 1-0 W  Foxboro, Mass.  Huge quarterfinal victory
Oct. 5, 2003 260 Germany  0-3 L Portland, Ore.  Triple ouch
Oct. 11, 2003 261 92 Canada 3-1 W Carson, Calif. WWC Third-place match
Oct. 22, 2003 262 Italy 2-2 T  Kansas City, Mo.  Lilly subbed for a young Chalupny
Nov. 2, 2003 263   Mexico  3-1 W Dallas, Tex.  Two goals from Wambach, one from Parlow
Jan. 30, 2004 264 Sweden 3-0 W Shenzhen, China Four Nations Tournament
Feb. 1, 2004 265 China 0-0 T  Shenzhen, China Draw with hosts
Feb. 3, 2004 266 Canada 2-0 W Shenzhen, China Win good enough to take tourney
Feb. 24, 2004 267 93 T&T 7-0 W  San Jose, Costa Rica Olympic qualifying starts
Feb. 29, 2004 268 Mexico  2-0 W San Jose, Costa Rica USA wins group
March 3, 2004 269 94 Costa Rica 4-0 W  San Jose, Costa Rica USA earns Olympic berth
March 5, 2004 270 Mexico  3-2 W  Heredia, Costa Rica USA rallies to win tournament
April 24, 2004 271 Brazil  5-1 W Birmingham, Ala. Lilly subs out for Chalupny again
May 9, 2004 272 Mexico  3-0 W Albuquerque, N.M. Win at altitude
June 6, 2004 273 Japan 1-1 T Louisville, Ky.  Tough turf, tough game
July 3, 2004 274 Canada 1-0 W  Nashville, Tenn. Mitts scores first career goal
July 21, 2004 275 Australia  3-1 W Blaine, Minn.  Lilly captains squad
Aug. 1, 2004 276 China 3-1 W East Hartford, Conn. Lilly plays in home state
Aug. 1, 2004 277 Greece 3-0 W Heraklio, Greece USA opens Olympics vs. hosts
Aug. 14, 2004 278 Brazil  2-0 W Thessaloniki, Greece Big group win over eventual finalists
Aug. 18, 2004 279 95 Australia  1-1 T Thessaloniki, Greece Lilly starts streak of three goals in three games
Aug. 20, 2004 280 96 Japan 2-1 W  Thessaloniki, Greece Quarterfinal victory
Aug. 23, 2004 281 97 Germany  2-1 W  Heraklio, Greece Lilly scores first, O'Reilly bags winner
Aug. 26, 2004 282 Brazil  2-1 W  Athens, Greece Golden Girls again
Sept. 29, 2004 283 98 Iceland 3-0 W Pittsburgh, Pa. Victory Tour
Oct. 3, 2004 284 99 New Zealand 5-0 W  Portland, Ore.  On the cusp of 100 goals
Oct. 10, 2004 285 100 New Zealand 6-0 W Cincinnati, Ohio  Lilly joins Hamm and Akers in 100 goal club
Oct. 16, 2004 286 Mexico  1-0 W  Kansas City, Mo.  Barnhart gets first cap, on the field
Oct. 20, 2004 287 Ireland  5-1 W Chicago, Ill.  Parlow with hat trick
Oct. 23, 2004 288 Ireland  5-0 W  Houston, Tex.  Wambach gets all 5
Nov. 3, 2004 289 Denmark 1-1 T East Rutherford, N.J.  Mia's final goal
Nov. 6, 2004 290 Denmark 1-3 L  Philadelphia, Pa. USA's last loss at home to date
Dec. 8, 2004 291   Mexico  5-0 W  Carson, Calif. Last game for Foudy, Hamm and Chastain
March 9, 2005 292 France  1-0 W  Ferreiras, Portugal Lilly begins captaincy
March 11, 2005 293 Finland  3-0 W Guia, Portugal Algarve Cup going well
March 13, 2005 294 101, 102 Denmark 4-0 W  V.R. de SA, Portugal Lilly scores twice to make final
March 15, 2005 295 Germany  1-0 W  Faro, Portugal  Big win over Germany to take Cup
June 26, 2005 296 Canada 2-0 W Virginia Beach, Va. Hucles homecoming in rain
July 10, 2005 297 103 Ukraine  7-0 W  Portland, Ore.  Former Russian republic is splintered
Oct. 16, 2005 298 Australia  0-0 T  Fullerton, Calif.  Wambach, Parlow and Fotop start up top
Oct. 23, 2005 299 104 Mexico  3-0 W Charleston, S.C. Lilly ends year with a goal
Jan. 16, 2006 300 105 Norway 3-1 W Guangzhou, China  Lilly earns historic 300th cap
Jan. 20, 2006 301 France  0-0 T  Guangzhou, China  French prove tough at Four Nations
Jan. 22, 2006 302 106, 107 China 2-0 W Guangzhou, China  Lilly gets both goals to give USA title
March 9, 2006 303 China 0-0 T  Faro, Portugal  China plays defense to get draw
March 11, 2006 304 108 Denmark 5-0 W  Quarteira, Portugal  Lilly punishes Denmark once again
March 13, 2006 305 109 France  4-1 W Faro, Portugal  Lilly scores in 1st minute of match
March 15, 2006 306 Germany  0-0 T  Faro, Portugal  USA falls in PKs in Algarve Cup final
May 7, 2006 307 Japan 3-1 W Kumamoto, Japan Excellent game for USA to start Japan tour
May 9, 2006 308 Japan 1-0 W  Osaka, Japan Kai scores winner
July 15, 2006 309 110 Sweden 3-2 W  Blaine, Minn.  Lilly scores in stoppage time for dramatic W
Aug. 27, 2006 310 111, 112 China 4-1 W Bridgeview, Ill. Two goals in last six minutes for the Legend
Sep. 13, 2006 311 Mexico  3-1 W Rochester, N.Y.  Mexico falls at new stadium
Oct. 1, 2006 312 113 Chinese Taipei 10-0 W Carson, Calif. Sorry CT
Oct. 8, 2006 313 Iceland 2-1 W  Richmond, Va.  Wambach scores last minute winner
Oct. 29, 2006 314 114 Denmark 1-1 T Gimhae, South Korea Lilly pulls out draw for USA
Oct. 31, 2006 315 115 Australia  2-0 W Cheonan, South Korea Aussies always tough, but Lilly scores
Nov. 2, 2006 316 Netherlands 2-0 W Suwan, South Korea Dutch tough, but not enough
Nov. 4, 2006 317 116 Canada 1-0 W  Seoul, South Korea Lilly scores winner to give USA title
Nov. 22, 2006 318 Mexico  2-0 W Carson, Calif. Women's World Cup Qualifying
Nov. 26, 2006 319 117 Canada 2-1 W  Carson, Calif. Lilly scores winning PK in last minute of OT
March 7, 2007 320 118 China 2-1 W  Silves, Portugal  Algarve Cup opener
March 9, 2007 321 Finland  1-0 W  Ferreiras, Portugal Lilly comes on a sub for Tarpley
March 12, 2007 322 Sweden 3-2 W  V.R. de SA, Portugal Narrow win sends USA to final
March 14, 2007 323 119 Denmark 2-0 W V.R. de SA, Portugal Lilly nabs goal in Algarve final
April 14, 2007 324 120, 121 Mexico  5-0 W  Foxboro, Mass.  Lilly scores two before departing for Cheney
May 12, 2007 325 122 Canada 6-2 W Frisco, Texas USA wears pink for breast cancer awareness
June 16, 2007 326 China 2-0 W Cleveland, Ohio Pia Sundhage on bench for China
June 23, 2007 327 123 Brazil  2-0 W East Rutherford, N.J.  Lilly scores, then gives way to Kai
July 14, 2007 328 Norway 1-0 W  East Hartford, Conn. Lilly plays in front of home crowd
July 28, 2007 329 124 Japan 4-1 W San Jose, Calif. Excellent performance in send-off game
Aug. 12, 2007 330 125 New Zealand 6-1 W  Chicago, Ill.  Kiwis no match at Soldier Field
Aug. 25, 2007 331 126 Finland  4-0 W  Carson, Calif. World Cup send off
Sept. 11, 2007 332 Korea DPR 2-2 T  Chengdu, China One of toughest WWC games ever
Sept. 14, 2007 333 Sweden 2-0 W Chengdu, China Two words: Abby Wambach
Sept. 18, 2007 334 Nigeria  1-0 W  Shanghai, China USA wins group
Sept. 22, 2007 335 127 England 3-0 W Tianjin, China Lilly's last World Cup goal
Sept. 27, 2007 336 Brazil  0-4 L Hangzhou, China A day that will really live in infamy
Sept. 30, 2007 337 Norway 4-1 W Shanghai, China WC ends on good note
Oct. 13, 2007 338 128 Mexico  5-1 W St. Louis, Mo.  Post-WWC tour
Oct. 17, 2007 339 129 Mexico  4-0 W  Portland, Ore.  Post-WWC tour
Oct. 20, 2007 340   Mexico 1-1 T Albuquerque, N.M. Post-WWC tour
Dec. 13, 2008 341 China 1-0 W  Carson, Calif. Lilly comes on as sub for Hucles
Dec. 17, 2008 342   China 1-0 W  Detroit, Mich. O'Reilly scores as Lilly subs on again
March 28, 2010 343 Mexico 3-0 W San Diego, Calif. Lilly makes return to WNT
March 31, 2010 344 Mexico 1-0 W  Sandy, Utah Lilly plays first & last game for WNT in snow
May 22, 2010 345 130 Germany  4-0 W  Cleveland, Ohio Lilly's final goal
July 13, 2010 346 Sweden 1-1 T Omaha, Neb. First-ever game in Nebraska
July 17, 2010 347 Sweden 3-0 W East Hartford, Conn. Lilly's last game in home state
Oct. 2, 2010 348 China 2-1 W  Kennesaw, Ga. Lilly comes on in 2nd half for O'Reilly
Oct. 5, 2010 349 China 1-1 T Chester, Pa. Lilly comes on in 2nd half for Rapinoe
Oct. 28, 2010 350 Haiti 5-0 W  Cancun, Mexico World Cup qualifying beings
Nov. 1, 2010 351 Costa Rica 4-0 W  Cancun, Mexico Lilly's last start
Nov. 5, 2010 352 Mexico 1-2 L  Cancun, Mexico As it turned out, last six minutes of career

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