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Crystal Dunn

#19 Crystal Dunn

Position: Forward/Defender
Birthdate: 7/3/1992
Hometown: New Hyde Park, NY
College: UNC-Chapel Hill
Previous Club: Chelsea LFC
Height: 5.1'


2019 | Dunn played in 15 games for 1,181 minutes. She scored nine goals and had four assists. One of her goals came in the NWSL Championship game. She was named to the NWSL Second XI.

2018 | Dunn played in 23 games and had 22 starts for 1976 minutes. She scored eight goals and seven assists during the season. She took 59 shots, 28 of which were on goal. Dunn was named to the 2018 NWSL Best XI and NWSL Player of the Month in June. Dunn was traded to the North Carolina Courage from the Washington Spirit in early 2018. 

2017 | Dunn joined Chelsea for the season. She scored four goals during the season.

2016 |  Scored four goals and had five assists during the season. Two of her goals came in the NWSL Championship game.

2015 |  Scored the Washington Spirit franchise’s first ever hat trick on August 1. Recipient of the 2015 NWSL Golden Boot after scoring 15 goals during the season. She also received NWSL Most Valuable Player Award.

2014 |  Selected as the first overall pick in the NWSL Draft by the Washington Spirit. She started 19 games during her rookie season and played in 22 games total.


2019 | On the USWNT Roster for the Women’s World Cup. She played six matches for 540 minutes. She totaled one assist during the tournament.

2018 |  Dunn scored one goal in her first appearance of 2018. She has played 20 minutes in one game.

2017 |  Started seven of her 12 appearances in 2017, playing for a total of 657 minutes. She had four goals and one assist for the year.

2016 | Dunn played in 25 games during the season. She scored 14 goals and had eight assists. She played a total of 1,494 minutes.

2015 |  Dunn played 488 minutes in eight games, six of which she started. She scored four goals and had three assists.

2014 |  Dunn had one start for the United States National Team in 2014. She played 197 minutes in 4 games. 2013: Made her US National Team debut on February 13 against Scotland. Dunn played 532 minutes during eight games during the year.


2013 | Scored 14 goals during her senior season helping her win the ACC Offensive Player of the Year Award. 2012 | Named ACC Defensive Player of the Year for the second time. Scored five goals during the season, all of which came during the NCAA Tournament. 2011 |  Had three goals and six assists during her sophomore season. Named third-team All-America by the NSCAA. 2010 | Named ACC Defensive Player of the Year as a freshman. Played in 23 games and scored nine goals.