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Mia Hamm

  • 4-time NCAA Division I Soccer Champion – University of North Carolina
  • 4-time ACC Champion – University of North Carolina
  • 4-time NCAA Division I All American
  • 1992 & 1993 Hermann Trophy Award Winner: NCAA Division I Top Soccer Player
  • 1994 Graduate of the University of North Carolina with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science
  • Made US Women’s National team at age 15 in 1987, youngest player ever
  • Played in 4 FIFA World Cups
  • FIFA World Cup FIFA Bronze Medalist in 1995 & 2003
  • FIFA World Cup Champion in 1991 & 1999
  • Olympic Gold Medalist in 1996 & 2004
  • Olympic Silver Medalist in 2000
  • Leading goal scorer in the world 158
  • U.S. Soccer player of the Year from 1994-1998
  • 17 year veteran of US Women’s National team
  • 2-time FIFA World Player of the Year 2001 & 2002
  • 2-time runner-up FIFA World Player of the Year 2003 & 2004
  • 17 year member of the US Women’s National team
  • 2001-2003 WUSA Founding Member & Player – Washington Freedom
  • 2002 WUSA Founders Cup Runner-Up
  • 2003 WUSA Founders Cup Champion
  • Foundation: Mia Hamm Foundation http://miafoundation.org/
  • Mother of 2

Charitable Interests

Knowledge. Intensity. Integrity. Teamwork.