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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