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Danielle Slaton


DOB:


6/10/80

City of Birth:

San Jose, Calif.

Height:

5'6

Team:

U.S. Women

Position: Defender
Hometown: San Jose, Calif.
College: Santa Clara University
Club: Carolina Courage (WUSA)
Previous WWC: None

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U.S. National Team: A rugged and mature defender, she can play left back or in the middle … Also a threat to attack from the back … One of the USA’s rising stars on defense …
2003: Heading into the final two pre-WWC matches, she had played in just four games, all as a reserve, after recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery …
2002: Started all 11 games in which she played … Named to the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup team, but opted to have minor knee surgery and missed the tournament …
2001: Did not play for the USA due to a lingering knee injury …
2000: Played in 23 matches, starting 13, and was the youngest member of the 2000 Olympic Team, but did not play in the Games … Was the only member of the Olympic Team with college eligibility remaining ... Missed the final three WNT games of the year after returning to play for Santa Clara ... Scored her first career goal against Australia on Jan. 13, helping the USA win the match and the Australia Cup ... Picked up three assists on the year ... Member of five 2000 tournament-winning teams, including the Australia Cup, the Algarve Cup, the CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup, the Pacific Cup and the DFB Jubilee Tournament in Germany ...
1999: Made her debut for the full national team on Feb. 24 vs. Finland, her only game for the full national team that year ...
Youth National Teams: A member of the Under-21 National Team in 1999, she started on the Nordic Cup championship team in Iceland ... Captained the U.S. Under-16 National Team in 1996-97 and was coached by April Heinrichs ...

First Appearance: Feb. 24, 1999, vs. Finland ...
First Goal: Jan. 13, 2000, vs. Australia.

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