Carli Lloyd continues to do Rutgers proud, scoring her 100th career goal for the U.S. Women’s National Team on Sunday.
And it was a wild one.
With the ball being sent all over the 18-yard box by her teammates, Lloyd found herself in front of the net with the ball bouncing in front of her and headed it in.
Carli Lloyd scores her 100th goal for the USWNT. 🇺🇸👏👏 pic.twitter.com/n2Ecbo48yB
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It was Lloyd’s 248th appearance for the Stars and Stripes. She’s helped the team to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup title and plenty of other victories as well.
At Rutgers, where she played from 2001-04, Lloyd earned first-team All-Big East honors in all four seasons, finishing her career with 50 goals and 117 total points, a stat in which she leads all Scarlet Knights women’s soccer players.