Mia Hamm - Vital Statistics

  • All-time leading scorer in NCAA women's soccer history with 103 goals and 72 assists for a combined total of 278 points over 91 games.
  • Three-time first-team All-American
  • Three-time ACC Player-of-the-Year (1990, 1992 & 1993)
  • Three-time National Player-of-the-Year (unanimously in 1992 & 1993)
  • 1994 recipient of the Honda Broderick Cup, given to the most Outstanding Female Athlete in all of college sports
  • NCAA Tournament MVP Offense (1992 & 1993)
  • ACC Tournament Most Valuable Player (1989 & 1993)
  • Led the nation in scoring in 1990, 1992 and 1993
  • Scored more goals than any other player in Division 1 history
  • Scored a goal once in every 4.1 shots during her college career with an average of 1.12 goals per game
  • All-time leader in career assists with 72
  • Registered 11 career three-goal games
  • Set NCAA record for single-season assists with 33 in 1992
  • Set NCAA record for single-season scoring with 97 points in 1992
  • Coach Anson Dorrance said of her season in 1992, "The greatest season ever by a collegiate soccer player."
  • Holds NCAA Tournament career records for scoring (41 points), goals (16) and assists (9)
  • Holds NCAA Tournament records for single-season scoring for points (16 in 1993), goals (6 in 1993) and assists (tied the record with 4 in 1993)
  • Won both the Missouri Athletic Club and the Hermann trophies twice as top collegiate female player (1992 & 1993)
  • Inducted in 1993 into the Order of the Golden Fleece, the highest honorary society at UNC
  • Member of the US Senior Women's National Team since 1987
  • At age 19, she was the youngest member and starter for Team USA when it won the first-ever FIFA World Championship played in China in 1991
  • Youngest woman ever to play for the US National Team at age 15 on December 12, 1987
  • In 94 international matches, she has tallied 54 goals, the second highest number of goals and games in US history
  • Was the MVP of the 1994 Chiquita Cup and the 1995 US Cup
  • Led The US National Team in scoring in 1995 with 19 goals and 18 assists in 21 games

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