The Delran native and Rutgers graduate has scored twice in the U.S. women's soccer team's first three games - all victories as the Americans get ready for their quarterfinal against New Zealand. Here are her thoughts:
"Left Manchester, the home of the world famous Manchester United, where I had the unique opportunity of playing at Old Trafford. Being there will remain a memorable moment forever.
"After a 3-hour enjoyable and scenic bus ride we arrived in Newcastle. Another famous soccer city and a really pretty city! The thing that caught my eye immediately upon arrival was a bridge with Olympic rings on it. This bridge is near our hotel and it looks amazing. The people are friendly and have been great hosts thus far.