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Angela Hucles Personal information Full name Angela Khalia Hucles Date of birth 5 July 1978 (1978-07-05) (age 32) Place of birth Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) Playing position Midfielder Youth career 1996–1999 Virginia Cavaliers Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2000 Hampton Roads Piranhas 14 (6) 2001–2003 Boston Breakers 57 (6) 2005–2006 Boston Renegades 16 (13) 2009 Boston Breakers 19 (2) Total 106 (27) National team 1997–1999 United States U-20 2002–2009 United States 109 (13) Honours Competitor for  United States Women's Football (soccer) Gold 2004 Athens Team Competition Gold 2008 Beijing Team Competition * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Angela Khalia Hucles (born 5 July 1978, in Virginia Beach, Virginia) (pronounced HUE-clees) is a former American soccer midfielder and member of the United States women's national soccer team. Contents 1 Early life 2 Club career 3 International career 4 References 5 External links Early life Hucles (204 goals & 106 assists) graduated from Norfolk Academy in 1996, where she played for Kevin Sims while earning Parade All-American status. She played college soccer at the University of Virginia, where she was a four-year all-ACC player and tallied 59 goals, including a record 19 game-winners. Hucles is still Virginia's career women's leader in goals, game-winning goals, and total points. Club career After graduating from Virginia in 2000, Hucles played for Hampton Roads Piranhas of the W-League. She led the league in assists with 7, playing in 14 games and scoring 6 goals. Hucles was then drafted in the 2001 WUSA Inaugural Draft in the 12th round (93rd overall) by Boston Breakers of the newly-formed Women's United Soccer Association. She went on to make 57 total appearances for the club, scoring 6 goals. She scored the first goal in the history of the organization on 6 March 2001 in a preseason exhibition against Duke Blue Devils. In her first season, Hucles appeared in 21 games, starting 19 of them, and finished with two goals and no assists. 2002 saw Hucles appear in 19 games, starting 17, and finished with three goals and four assists. In 2003, Hucles appeared in 17 games, all starts, and scored one goal and assisted on 4 more. Unfortunately, after the 2003 season the WUSA ceased operations. Hucles returned to a club in 2005 when she turned out for Boston Renegades. She only appeared in 5 games in 2005, but notched 3 goals and an assist. In 2006, Hucles had a much more productive season, appearing in 11 games and tallying 10 goals and two assists. In 2008, Women's Professional Soccer established itself. Hucles, along with US National Team players Kristine Lilly and Heather Mitts, were allocated to Boston Breakers on 16 September 2006. The league kicked off in 2009, which saw Hucles appear in 19 games, all starts, and score two goals and an assist. Following the conclusion of the season, on 16 October 2009, Hucles abruptly announced her retirement from both club and international soccer.[1] International career With the United States Women's National Team, Hucles won 2 Olympic Gold medals and 2 World Cups. Hucles made her first appearance for the United States on 27 April 2002 against Finland. She went on to appear in 109 total matches for the United States, with the last coming on 22 July 2009 against Canada. She was a member of the U.S. squad at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup, but did not play in the tournament due to a shin injury. She was a member of the Gold medal winning United States team for the 2004 Summer Olympics, appearing in two games in Athens, and was also a member of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup squad. However, her biggest role with the United States came in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Hucles was expected to play a backup role with the squad, but an injury to Abby Wambach forced Hucles into a starting position. She responded by scoring four goals, including two against Japan in the semi-finals. Her efforts helped the United States to the Gold medal and she finished 2nd in goals scored to only Cristiane. Her retirement came on 16 October 2009, when she announced her retirement from both club and international soccer.[2] References ^ "Angela Hucles Retires From Professional Soccer". United States Soccer Federation. 16 October 2009. http://www.ussoccer.com/News/Womens-National-Team/2009/10/Angela-Hucles-Retires-From-Professional-Soccer.aspx. Retrieved 25 October 2009.  ^ "Angela Hucles Retires From Professional Soccer". United States Soccer Federation. 16 October 2009. http://www.ussoccer.com/News/Womens-National-Team/2009/10/Angela-Hucles-Retires-From-Professional-Soccer.aspx. Retrieved 25 October 2009.  External links Angela Hucles – FIFA competition record Official website US Soccer player profile Team USA player profile Boston Breakers player profile WUSA player profile v · d · eUnited States squad – 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup Third Place 1 Scurry • 2 Bivens • 3 Pearce • 4 Reddick • 5 Roberts • 6 Chastain • 7 Boxx • 8 MacMillan • 9 Hamm • 10 Wagner • 11 Foudy • 12 Parlow • 13 Lilly • 14 Fawcett • 15 Sobrero • 16 Milbrett • 17 Slaton • 18 Mullinix • 19 Hucles • 20 Wambach • Coach: Heinrichs v · d · eUnited States squad – 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup Third Place 1 Scurry • 2 Dalmy • 3 Rampone • 4 Whitehill • 5 Tarpley • 6 Kai • 7 Boxx • 8 Ellertson • 9 O'Reilly • 10 Wagner • 11 Lloyd • 12 Osborne • 13 Lilly (c.) • 14 Lopez • 15 Markgraf • 16 Hucles • 17 Chalupny • 18 Solo • 19 Jobson • 20 Wambach • 21 Barnhart • Coach: Ryan Persondata Name Hucles, Angela Alternative names Short description Date of birth 5 July 1978 Place of birth Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States Date of death Place of death