US Soccer Network US Soccer Store US Soccer Fan US Soccer Foundation






 



HOME
NEWS
EDITORIAL
TEAMS
COMPETITIONS
SCHEDULE
USSOCCERFAN.COM
COACHES
REFEREES
SERVICES
SPONSORS
ABOUT USSOCCER









Check Out The USSF RMA










Title Square

Briana Scurry


DOB:


9/7/71

City of Birth:

Minneapolis, Minn.

Height:

5'9

Team:

U.S. Women

Position: Goalkeeper
Hometown: Dayton, Minn.
College: University of Massachusetts
Club: Atlanta Beat (WUSA)
Previous WWC: 1995, 1999

Drop Down Left

U.S. National Team: Was the USA's starting goalkeeper from 1994-1999 … By far the most capped goalkeeper in U.S. Women's National Team history, starting three times as many matches as any other ‘keeper … Is the only WNT goalkeeper play 100 times for the USA …
2003: Back in top form and fitness, she staked a claim to the starting ‘keeper spot by playing in eight games and was the goalkeeper of record for seven wins … Had a 0.42 goals against average and four shutouts … Heading into the final two pre-WWC games, she had a record of 26-0-4 in her last 30 games of record …
2002: After almost a two-year absence from the WNT, Scurry returned to the fold to make a claim for a starting spot at the 2003 Women’s World Cup … Made her triumphant return in a 4-0 win over Norway in front of a hometown crowd in Blaine, Minn., on July 21, playing her first match since Aug. 20, 2000, against Canada … Allowed just two goals in eight matches in 2002, recording three shutouts and a 0.30 GAA on the year … Posted an undefeated record of 7-0-0 in 2002, upping her all-time record win total to 86 … Was the team’s first-choice ‘keeper in both the 2002 Nike U.S. Women’s Cup and the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup, helping the USA qualify for the 2003 Women’s World Cup …
2001: Did not play for the USA …
2000: Battled injuries and played in just three matches, earning three ties with a 1.19 GAA … Earned her 100th cap on July 16 in Tromso, Norway …
1999: Had a world-class performance during the 1999 Women's World Cup, playing every minute of every game while allowing just three goals and earning four shutouts … Named to the Women's World Cup All-Star Team … Her historic and brilliant six-save match against Brazil in the semifinal was crucial in the championship run … Her electrifying save of China's third penalty kick in the shootout during the Women's World Cup Final made the USA's victory possible … Started 20 matches in 1999, compiling a record of 17-2-1 and allowing just 13 goals …
1998: Started 17 games in 1998 and lost just once while compiling a 15-1-2 record … Allowed just nine goals and picked up 12 shutouts, the highest yearly total of her career and at the time, a U.S. team record … Member of the 1998 Goodwill Games gold medal team …
1997: Played in 14 games in 1997 and earned seven shutouts while allowing just seven goals …
1996: Was a member of the USA's gold medal winning team at the 1996 Olympics, starting and playing every minute of the USA's five matches ... Played 17 games in 1996, starting 16 and compiling a 15-1-1 record while allowing only 11 goals with eight shutouts …
1995: Starting goalkeeper for the team that finished third at the 1995 FIFA Women's World Cup in Sweden … Started for the U.S. side that won the title at the 1994 CONCACAF Qualifying Championship in Montreal … Played in 15 of the USA's 23 games in 1995, posting an 11-2-2 record and recording nine shutouts ... Injured her back in an auto accident in the summer of 1995 and was unable to compete in the 1995 Nike U.S. Women's Cup ...
1994: Named the MVP of the Chiquita Cup in August 1994 ... In her first year with the USA, she earned seven shutouts in 12 starts …

First Appearance: March 16, 1994, vs. Portugal ...
First Shutout: March 16, 1994, vs. Portugal.

Footer




Visit www.ussoccerstore.com


U.S. Men vs. Poland

March 31, 2004
ESPN2, 1:30 p.m. ET (Live!)

U.S. Women vs. Brazil

April 24, 2004
ESPN2, 12:00 p.m. CT (Live!)

U.S. Men vs. Mexico

April 28, 2004
Telemundo, 7:30 p.m. CT (Live!)
 


03/16/2004  
U.S. Women 1
Denmark 0
03/14/2004  
U.S. Women 5
France 1
03/13/2004  
U.S. Men 1
Haiti 1
   


Visit USSoccerfan.com







ABOUT U.S. SOCCER
U.S. Soccer relocated from Colorado Springs, Colo., to its current home in Chicago in 1991.
 
  Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Recommended Browsers

Integrated Media Solution provided by TWI Interactive Inc. ("TWIi")
© TWIi 2001-2004. All rights reserved.


USSF Rich Media Application
Click here for all the latest images, videos, soundtracks of your USSF favorites