Christen Press

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Christen Press
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Personal information
Full name Christen Annemarie Press
Date of birth (1988-12-29) December 29, 1988 (age 25)
Place of birth Los Angeles, California, United States
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current team
Tyresö FF, Chicago Red Stars
Number 13, 23
Youth career
Slammers FC
2003–07 Chadwick Dolphins
2007–10 Stanford Cardinal
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2009–10 Pali Blues 10 (4)
2011 magicJack 19 (8)
2012 Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC 21 (17)
2013–14 Tyresö FF 26 (25)
2014– Chicago Red Stars 12 (6)
National team
2008 United States U-20 0 (0)
2009–10 United States U-23 6 (4)
2013– United States 27 (13)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of August 16, 2014.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of September 18, 2014

Christen Annemarie Press (born December 29, 1988) is an American professional soccer forward. She currently plays for the Chicago Red Stars of the National Women's Soccer League and the United States national women's soccer team. She was a 2010 Hermann Trophy recipient and holds the all-time scoring record at Stanford University.

Early life[edit]

Born in Los Angeles, California to Cody and Stacy Press, Christen was raised in the South Bay city of Palos Verdes along with her two sisters, Channing and Tyler.[1] She began playing soccer at age five [2] and later attended Chadwick School. As a two-year team captain and four-year starter of the high school's soccer team, she helped lead the Dolphins to two Southern Section Division IV titles. She also lettered in track and tennis.[citation needed]

In 2006, she was named NSCAA High School All-American and Parade Magazine All-American. During her high school career, she scored a total of 128 goals, including 38 her junior year alone (a school-record). She was a two-time Southern Section Division IV Offensive Player of the Year and four-time Prep League Offensive MVP.[3]

Press played club soccer for the Slammers FC of Newport Beach, California and won the Golden Boot for most goals scored in the US Youth Soccer Association national championship tournament.[3][4]

Stanford Cardinal[edit]

Press is the all-time leading scorer for the Stanford University women's soccer team with 71 goals.[5] While playing for the Cardinal, she also broke school records for career points (183), assists (41), and shots (500) as well as single-season records for shots (180) and game-winning goals (10). The 26 goals she scored during her senior year alone tied for the most in a single season throughout the team's history.[3]

As a freshman, Press was on the starting lineup for the Cardinal in 18 of the 21 games in which she played. She led the team in assists (6) and ranked second in goals (8), points (22) and shots (60). She set a new school record for fastest goal scored in a match after scoring in the 37th minute of the team's 7-0 defeat of Sacramento State University in the first round of the NCAA Division I Tournament. She scored two goals and served an assist during the same match.[3] She was named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and earned first-team Freshman All-American honors.[6] During her sophomore season, Press scored 16 goals and served 11 assists and was one of only five players on the squad that started every game. Her 43 points tallied in a single season ranked second in school history. After scoring the game-winning goal during the 86th minute of the NCAA Division I Tournament quarterfinal against the Portland Pilots, Press' lone goal helped launch the Cardinal to the Final Four. She was the only player from the Cardinal squad to be named to the NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team.[3]

During her third season with the Cardinal, Press set new program records for assists (16) and shots (143). Seven of her 21 goals during the 2009 season were game-winning goals. Her 58 points raised the bar that she set during the previous season for the second-highest point total in a single season and ranked third in the nation.[3] Press broke her previous record for fastest goal scored in Stanford history after scoring 23 seconds into a match against Brigham Young University.[3] She scored a golden goal against the UCLA Bruins during the Cardinal's 2-1 win securing the Cardinal into its first-ever NCAA Division I Tournament final.[7] During the NCAA College Cup final, she scored a tying goal in the 89th minute against the North Carolina Tar Heels; however, the goal was disallowed. During the postseason, she was named to the NCAA College Cup All-Tournament team for the second time, Soccer America's MVPs first team and Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Season. She was named to the All-Pac-10 first team and was a semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy.[3][8]

Press was the recipient of the 2010 Hermann Trophy, widely considered the highest accolade for collegiate athletes.[9] She was named Pac-10 Conference Player of the Year and earned All-Pac-10 first team and NSCAA first-team All-American honors.[10] A strong student as well, she also received Academic All-America honors and won the Pac-10's Scholar-Athlete of the Year for soccer.[11]

Club career[edit]

magicJack[edit]

Press (far right) with her MagicJack teammates during a match against the Boston Breakers on August 6, 2011.

Press was drafted to the Washington Freedom as the fourth overall pick in the 2011 WPS Draft.[12][13] Under new ownership, the team moved to Florida and was renamed magicJack. She scored her first goal in the 64th minute of magicJack's 2-0 defeat of the Atlanta Beat in May 2011. Of the goal, Press said, "It was so good to finish. Being a forward, we go into every game thinking our job is to score, so it’s nice to finally get that accomplished."[14] During a 4-0 win against the Boston Breakers in July 2011, Press scored a hat trick improving the team's league record to 6-6-2 overall.[15][16] She was awarded the US Soccer Federation's Rookie of the Year award for the first-ever hat trick scored by a rookie.[17] Press finished the 2011 season having started in 16 of the 19 games in which she appeared for magicJack.[18] Her eight goals ranked third in the league.[19] During the postseason, Press signed with the Atlanta Beat; however, the league suspended operations before the season began.[20][21]

Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC[edit]

When Women's Professional Soccer folded in early 2012, Press inked a professional deal with Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC in the Damallsvenskan, the top division in Sweden.[22] Her first game with Göteborg occurred during a 2012-13 UEFA Women's Champions League quarterfinal match against Arsenal L.F.C. in which Göteborg lost 3-0.[23]

During her regular season debut with Göteborg on April 10, 2012, she scored two goals—her first coming during the fifth minute of the match.[24] During the team's 6-0 defeat of KIF Örebro later that month, she scored another pair of goals within five minutes of each other.[25] On August 25, 2012, she scored two goals again—this time within two minutes of each other in the 61st and 63rd minutes—helping Göteborg defeat Umeå 5-0.[26] Press was the second-highest scorer in the Damallsvenskan with 17 league goals and scored a total of 25 in all 2012 competitions.[27]

During the quarter-finals of the Swedish Cup, she scored two goals for Göteborg in the 41st and 59th minutes helping the squad defeat Kristianstad 3-0.[28] During the semi-finals in August 2012, she scored in the thirteenth minute helping her squad defeat LdB Malmö 2-1 and progress to the championship final.[29] Göteborg won the championship in a 2–1 win over Tyresö FF with Press scoring a goal in the ninth minute of the game.[30]

Press playing for Tyresö FF at the Svenska Supercupen, 2013

Tyresö FF[edit]

In early 2013, Press signed with Swedish Damallsvenskan champions, Tyresö FF, located in Stockholm.[31] During her regular season debut for the team, she scored a goal in the 14th minute helping Tyresö defeat Vittsjö GIK 2-0.[32] During a 10-2 win over Sunnanå SK, Press scored four goals.[33][34] During the team's next match, she scored two goals helping the team defeat Jitex BK 7-0.[35] On June 9, 2013, she scored a hat trick during the squad's 5–1 win over Kristianstads DFF.[36] After following up with a pair of goals scored in each of Tyresö's next two matches, Press scored her second hat trick of the season during a 5-0 win over Jitex IK on August 24, 2013.[37] Her third hat trick occurred the following game during an 8-0 win against Sunnanå IF.[38] During the team's last match of the regular season, Press scored twice against her former team, Göteborg FC, helping Tyresö win 4–1.[39]

Press finished the 2013 season as the top scorer in the league with 23 goals becoming the first American to do so in the history of the Damallsvenskan. Tyresö finished second during the regular season with a 14-6-2 record and thus qualified for the 2014-15 UEFA Women's Champions League.[40] In October 2013, Press scored Tyresö's only two goals during the 2013-14 UEFA Women's Champions League's Round of 32 securing a 2-1 aggregate win over French side, Paris Saint-Germain F.C. and launching her team to the Round of 16.[41]

Chicago Red Stars[edit]

On January 3, 2014, the Chicago Red Stars of the U.S. National Women's Soccer League announced that Press would be joining their roster for the 2014 season.[42] In 2014 NWSL season Press scored a team high of six goals while playing in only 12 matches; and was awarded the team's Golden Boot.[43]

Statistics[edit]

Club Season League Playoffs/Cup UEFA Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Pali Blues 2010 10 4 - - - - 10 4
magicJack 2011 17 8 2 0 - - 19 8
Göteborg FC 2012 21 17 6 5 6 3 33 25
Tyresö FF 2013-14 20 23 4 11 9 9 33 43
Chicago Red Stars 2014 12 6 0 0 0 0 12 6
Total 12 6 0 0 0 0 12 6
Total in career 80 58 12 16 15 12 107 86

Domestic competition details[edit]

Club Regular Season Playoffs/Cup
Season & League Apps Starts Mins Gls Asts SOG Season & Competition Apps Starts Minutes Gls Asts
magicJack 2011 WPS[18] 17 14 1173 8 2011 WPS Playoffs 2 2 135 0 1[17]
Göteborg 2012 Damallsvenskan[44] 21 20 1706[18] 17 2 46 2012 Supercupen[45] 1 1 90 0
2012 Svenska Cupen[45] 5 3 439 5
Tyresö FF 2013 Damallsvenskan[44] 20 20 1770[18] 23 4 62 2013 Supercupen[18] 1 1 90 1
2013-14 Svenska Cupen[18][m 1] 3 3 269 10*
Chicago Red Stars 2014 NWSL[46] 12 12 1080 6 0 26 2014 NWSL Playoffs -- -- -- -- --

*Includes 8 goals scored against Västerås BK 30 on 2013-07-31 (final score: 19-0)[m 1]

UEFA Women's Champions League details[edit]

Club CL Season Apps Starts Mins Gls Asts
Göteborg 2011-12[18] 2 2 166 0
2012-13[18] 4 4 356 3 2[m 2][m 3]
Tyresö FF 2013-14[47] 9 9 810 9 6

International career[edit]

Press playing for the U.S. at Candlestick Park, October 2013

Press represented the United States on various youth national teams, including the under-20 and under-23 teams. In 2012, she was a member of the senior team player pool and attended the 2012 Summer Olympics in London as an alternate.[48][49]

Press played in her first match for the United States women's national soccer team on February 9, 2013 in a match against Scotland. After scoring the first two goals of the match in the right midfielder position, she served the assist on the United States' third goal. Press is only the third woman to score two goals on her first match for the U.S. national team following Cindy Parlow Cone in 1996 and Sherrill Kester in 2000. The U.S. defeated Scotland 4–1 and Press was named Budweiser Woman of the Match.[50][51][52] She scored another goal during her second game four days later helping the U.S. defeat Scotland 2–0. No other US woman has scored three goals in her first two games.[53]

2013 Algarve Cup[edit]

Press' third cap for the national team occurred at the 2013 Algarve Cup during the team's first group stage match against Iceland on March 6, 2013. Press subbed in during the 64th minute for Carli Lloyd and the U.S. defeated Iceland 3-0.[54] During the team's next group stage match on March 8, 2013, Press scored the fourth goal in a commanding 5-0 win over China. With the goal against China, Press became the fifth women's national team player to score at least four goals in her first four matches.[55] She earned two additional caps at the Algarve during the knockout stage match against Sweden led by former United States coach, Pia Sundhage, and in the final against Germany.[56] The United States took first at the 2013 Algarve Cup with a 2-0 win over Germany.

Press finished her first year with the senior national team with 8 goals in 12 matches.

2014 Algarve Cup[edit]

Press started the 2014 with 3 goals in 3 friendly matches. She is selected by head coach Tom Sermanni to play for United States women's national soccer team at the 2014 Algarve Cup. Earlier in the year she scored a goal against Russia in a friendly on February 13, 2014, she also scored against Russia on February 8, 2014.

International summary[edit]

Year Apps Starts Min Gls Asts Pts Goals per 90 min.
2013 12 5 554 8 2 18 1.3
2014 15 8 768 5 4 14 0.6
Totals 27 13 1322 13 6 32 0.9

Updated through 2014-09-18[57][58]

International goals[edit]


Goal
Date Home
away
neutral
Location Opponent Lineup Goal
in
match
Min Assist/pass Score Result Competition
1 February 9, 2013[m 4] home Jacksonville  Scotland 72.

off 72' (on Mewis)

1 of 2 13 unassisted

5150.01005 1–0

5350.04005 4–1

Friendly
2 2 of 2 32 Heath, TobinTobin Heath

5250.02005 2–0

3 February 13, 2013[m 5] home Nashville  Scotland 30.

on 61' (off Wambach)

1 of 1 54 Boxx, ShannonShannon Boxx

5350.03005 3–0

5250.03005 3–1

Friendly
4 March 8, 2013[m 6] neutral Albufeira  China PR 74.

off 74' (on Horan)

1 of 1 64 Morgan, AlexAlex Morgan

5450.04005 4–0

5550.05005 5–0

Algarve Cup:Group B
5 April 9, 2013[m 7] away The Hague  Netherlands Start 1 of 2 45 Leroux, SydneySydney Leroux

5250.02005 2–0

5250.03005 3–1

Friendly
6 2 of 2 60 O'Reilly, HeatherHeather O'Reilly

5350.03005 3–0

7 October 20, 2013[m 8] home San Antonio  Australia 30.

on 57' (off Leroux)

1 of 1 90+1 O'Reilly, HeatherHeather O'Reilly

5350.03005 3–0

5250.03005 3–1

Friendly
8 October 27, 2013[m 9] home San Francisco  New Zealand Start 1 of 1 41 unassisted

5350.03005 3–0

5350.04005 4–1

Friendly
9 February 8, 2014[m 10] home Boca Raton  Russia 60.

off 60' (on Rodriguez)

1 of 2 51 Lloyd, CarliCarli Lloyd

5450.04005 4–0

5750.07005 7–0

Friendly
10 2 of 2 59 Krieger, AliAli Krieger

5650.06005 6–0

11 February 13, 2014[m 11] home Atlanta  Russia 10.

on 81' (off Wambach)

1 of 1 86 Rapinoe, MeganMegan Rapinoe

5850.08005 8–0

5850.08005 8–0

Friendly
12 March 10, 2014[m 12] neutral Parchal  Denmark start 1 of 1 51 O'Reilly, HeatherHeather O'Reilly

4850.01005 1–3

4850.03005 3–5

Algarve Cup:Group B
13 August 20, 2014[m 13] home Cary  Switzerland start 1 of 1 77 unassisted

5250.03005 3–1

5350.04005 4–1

Friendly

International assists[edit]

# Date Opponent Goal Scorer Competition
1 Feb 9, 2013[m 4] Scotland Shannon Boxx Friendly
2 Oct 27, 2013[m 9] New Zealand Heather O'Reilly Friendly
3 Feb 13, 2014[m 11] Russia Heather O'Reilly Friendly
4 Jun 14, 2014[m 14] France Sydney Leroux Friendly
5 Sep 13, 2014[m 15] Mexico Whitney Engen Friendly
6 Alex Morgan

Honors and awards[edit]

Individual[edit]

  • Hermann Trophy: 2010
  • Damallsvenskan Golden Boot award (Tyresö FF): 2013

Team[edit]

  • Swedish Cup (Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC): 2012

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  5. ^ "U.S. WNT Wins Second Straight Against Scotland". U.S.Soccer. 
  6. ^ "Krieger and Engen Tally First International Goals as U.S. WNT Defeats China PR 5-0 at Algarve Cup in Portugal". U.S.Soccer. 
  7. ^ "U.S. Women’s National Team Defeats Netherlands 3-1 in International Friendly at The Hague". U.S.Soccer. 
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  14. ^ "Hope Solo Ties Shutout Record as U.S. WNT Defeats France 1-0". US Soccer. 2014-06-14. Retrieved 2014-09-16. 
  15. ^ "U.S. WNT Routs Mexico 8-0 as Hope Solo Earns Record 72nd Clean Sheet". US Soccer. 2014-09-13. Retrieved 2014-09-16. 

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