AUSTIN, Texas — Carli Lloyd, a star player for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team (USWNT) will be honored before the match against Nigeria in Q2 Stadium in Austin.
Lloyd's 300th cap – or game appearance – came on April 10 in Stockholm, when the USWNT played against Sweden. The match in Austin versus Nigeria is Lloyd's 304th cap for the USWNT.
Only the two other players, both Lloyd's former teammates, have recorded more: Kristine Lilly (354) and Christie Pearce Rampone (311). Lloyd debuted in 2005 and is now in her 17th year of international competition and has appeared for the USWNT in three different decades, including four World Cups and three Olympic Games.
Lloyd is fourth all-time in U.S. history in goals scored (125) and sixth all-time in assists (62).
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