- U.S. National Team: U-17 WNT
- Position: Forward
- Date Of Birth: May 2, 1995
- Height: 5-6
- Hometown: Milford, Mich.
- Previous National Teams: U-15 GNT
- Club: Michigan Hawks
U.S. National Teams: A member of the U.S. team that won the 2012 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship in Guatemala and qualified for the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup … Set a record by scoring 12 goals in five games, the most ever by an American player in any World Cup qualifying tournament at any level … Started all five games during qualifying in Guatemala but scored her 12 goals in 398 minutes, giving her a goal every 33 minutes on the field … Scored five goals against the Bahamas to tie a U.S. record for most goals in a single game at any level … Also scored one against T&T, three against Mexico to earn the USA first place in the group and then another hat trick in the semifinal against Panama as the USA earned its berth to the U-17 Women’s World Cup … Assisted on the lone goal in the 1-0 championship game win over Canada as she set up Amber Munerlyn with a deft back-heel flick to spring her on a breakaway … The team leader in international goals and assists in 2012 with 15 goals and nine assists … The USA’s most capped player at the U-17 level with 21 caps and the leading scorer with 17 career U-17 goals … Heading into the Women’s World Cup, she has played the fifth-most minutes on the team with 997 … Has also scored against the Germany U-17s and twice against the China U-17s this year … Played for the U.S. U-17s at the 2010 Nordic Cup, helping the USA to the title … Attended the U.S. Soccer U-14 I.D. Camp as 12-year-old in 2008 and then again 2009 … Played up with the U.S. U-15s in several training camps in 2009 … Played with the U-15s with her age group in 2010.
College / High School: Graduated a year early by taking a heavy class load and doing online work, then enrolled at the University of North Carolina as a freshman in the fall of 2012 … Played in five matches for the Tar Heels before leaving for the Women’s World Cup, scoring a team-leading five goals with two assists … Scored twice against Marquette, once against Connecticut, and twice against San Diego … Attended Brighton High School in Brighton, Mich. … An NSCAA All-American in 2012.
Club: Played U-11 through U-17 with the Michigan Hawks, the same club as former U.S. Women’s National Team star Lindsay Tarpley … Played U-8 through U-10 with the Lightning … Won two Michigan state titles with the Hawks and the regional title in 2011.
Personal: Full name is Summer Lynn Green … Her major at UNC is undecided … She is taking four online classes during her first semester at UNC so she can travel for WNT activity and finish up her U-17 career … Participated in track and field as a freshman, running the 400M, the 4 x 400 M relay, the 4 x 200 M relay, the 200 M and the 4 x 100M … Took a class in high school where she worked special needs kids in sporting activities … Likes running, being on the beach, hanging out with friends, roller-blading, snowboarding, riding horses and trying to sing in the shower … The three words that describe her off the field are “dancer, eater and studious” … The three words that describe her on the field are “aggressive, creative and mobile” … Favorite class is math … Favorite food is pasta … Has varied musical tastes, from country to rap to Dubstep … Favorite snack is Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups … Does not like seafood … Favorite soccer players are Abby Wambach and Lionel Messi … Best part about being a soccer player is the opportunity to meet new people and do new things … Favorite superhero is Ironman … Favorite cereal is Fruity Pebbles … Favorite dessert is Funfetti cake … Favorite smells are vanilla and the ocean.