The Delran native and Rutgers graduate has scored twice in the U.S. women's soccer team's first four games - all victories as the Americans get ready for their semifinal against Canada. Here are her thoughts:
We battled against New Zealand and came away with a 2-0 victory to advance to the semifinals against Canada. I felt that I put in another solid performance. I'm really enjoying playing defensive mid.
When in possession of the ball the game is in front of me and I am able to find my teammates and keep the game flowing. New Zealand were a scrappy opponent and I give them credit as they fought all the way to the end.