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Shannon Scovel | NCAA.com | July 8, 2019

Here's where every member on the USWNT roster played college soccer

NCAA Photos dunn UNC Crystal Dunn is one of five former Tar Heels on the current USWNT roster.

The United States Women's National Team won its world-best fourth Women's World Cup, defeating the Netherlands 2-0 for the 2019 title. Former Portland Pilot Megan Rapinoe and former Wisconsin Badger Rose Lavelle scored in the final match.

This year's World Cup team was led by a squad of former college stars. Twenty-one of the 23 players on the active roster played NCAA Division I women's soccer.

Five players hail from UNC — most of any school — while three played at Virginia, making the ACC the most represented conference on the USWNT roster with eight. The Pac-12 boasts six soccer alumnae on the list, while the Big Ten, Big 12 and West Coast Conference also each have at least one representative on the national team.

This list notes the schools where each player finished her career. 

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Here is a breakdown of NCAA colleges represented by the 2019 USWNT roster:

NAME SCHOOL

Kelley O'Hara

Stanford

Abby Dahlkemper

UCLA

Crystal Dunn

North Carolina

Ali Krieger

Penn State

Adrianna Franch

Oklahoma State

Ashlyn Harris

North Carolina

Tobin Heath

North Carolina

Lindsey Horan

N/A

Julie Ertz

Santa Clara

Rose Lavelle

Wisconsin

Carli Lloyd

Rutgers

Allie Long

North Carolina

Tierna Davidson

Stanford

Jessica McDonald

North Carolina

Samantha Mewis

UCLA

Alex Morgan

California

Alyssa Naeher

Penn State

Christen Press

Stanford

Mallory Pugh

N/A

Megan Rapinoe

Portland

Becky Sauerbrunn

Virginia 

Morgan Brian

Virginia

Emily Sonnett

Virginia 

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