September 7, 2001
Cindy Parlow and U.S. National Team captain Julie Foudy to be honored before the USA-Germany game
Captain Foudy earned her 200th cap for the United States against Canada on June 30. Now at 201 caps, Foudy joins teammates Kristine Lilly (227) and Mia Hamm (218) as the only international soccer players, men or women, to have played 200 times for their country. Foudy debuted for the national team at the age of 17 on July 29, 1988 vs. France.
Parlow became the youngest player in U.S. history to earn her 100th cap against Canada on July 3. The 23-year-old Parlow debuted for the USA on Jan. 14, 1996, vs. Russia in a match played in Brazil and has since become the sixth-leading goal scorer in U.S. history with 45 career goals. Parlow was the USA's leading scorer in 2000 with 19 goals and seven assists, including four hat tricks.
| COMMENTARY | US
TEAM NEWS | US
TEAM RESULTS | W-LEAGUE
& COLLEGES |