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DATE OF BIRTH: August 4, 1988


HOMETOWN: Fayetteville, Georgia

POSITION: Defender

ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent to a two-year contract (Jan. 2023)

COLLEGE: Stanford



Honors: 2019 NWSL Best XI, 2019 FIFA FIFPro World XI


2023: O’Hara appeared in 13 regular-season games and started eight, while recording six blocks and winning 35 duels. She appeared in the quarterfinal and semifinal en route to the 2023 NWSL
Championship. She was also a part of the team’s leadership team.

2022: O’Hara appeared in seven matches and had one assist for Washington.

2021: During her first season with Washington Spirit, O’Hara started in 15 out of the 17 matches she appeared in, playing a total of 1,410 minutes. She had a 81.1 percent passing accuracy in the defensive
half of the field and scored the match-winning goal in extra time of the 2021 NWSL Championship match. O’Hara reached 100 caps in the NWSL this season.

2020: While playing with Utah in 2020, she appeared in two matches for a total playing time of 64 minutes.

2019: O’Hara played in four matches with Utah, totaling 242 minutes in two starts. She was named to the 2019 NWSL Best XI first team.

2018: In 2018 O’Hara played in eight matches with Utah Royals, totaling 517 minutes in her seven starts, and scoring one goal.

2017: She appeared in 18 matches with Sky Blue FC, made three assists and scored four goals. O’Hara ranked first in the league in touches per 90 minutes, coming in at 80 touches.

2016: She appeared in 12 matches, made two assists and scored one goal.

2015: In 2015 O’Hara tied for second in NWSL league assists (7). She appeared in 11 matches for Sky Blue FC, scoring three goals. She ended the season in fourth place on the all-time NWSL assists list with 13 and eight all-time in shots with 125.

2014: O’Hara made 22 appearances and scored 7 goals during Sky Blue’s 2014 season.

2013: She joined Sky Blue FC in the new NWSL, making 12 appearances during her first season.

2012: O’Hara signed with the WPS Atlanta Beat. However, the league folded prior to their 2012 season kick off.

2010-11: O'Hara was drafted third overall by San Francisco’s FC Gold Pride at the 2010 WPS Draft. Here O’Hara won the WPS Championship. O'Hara was later signed by the WPS Boston Breakers, also a part of
the WPS. Over her two seasons in the WPS, O’Hara was playing as a midfielder and made 32 appearances and scored a total of 10 goals.

2006-09: For Stanford, she made 87 appearances, scoring 57 goals and making 32 assists throughout her collegiate career. She went into her freshman year as a two-time Parade All-American. As a senior,
O’Hara had one of the best seasons in Division I history after she scored 26 goals and made 13 assists. Both her goals (57) and assists (32) broke school records at the time. After being on the MAC Hermann
Trophy watch list for three consecutive seasons, O’Hara was awarded the 2009 Hermann Trophy.

2023: O’Hara was named to the 2023 USWNT World Cup roster and appeared in three games. She played in four total games for the USWNT in 2023.

2019: O’Hara played in five out of seven matches
through the 2019 FIFA World Cup, making two assists during these matches. She went on to win her second world cup. 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup champion. 2015: 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup
champion. O’Hara also scored her first career international goal during the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup semi-final match.

2012: O’Hara made her debut as a defender during the 2012 CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament, registering three assists. After qualifying for the 2012 Summer Olympics, O'Hara played in every minute of the United States' run to victory, making her one of three
American players to do so. 2012 Olympic gold medal winner.

2011: She earned one cap during the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup during the final group stage. The USA won a silver medal during this

2010: O’Hara attended USWNT training camp leading up to the 2010 Algarve Cup. She later earned her first senior cap in March.

2009: Earned her first call up to the USWNT training camp.

2008: As a member of the USA U-20 squad, O’Hara played in the Four Nations Tournament. She also played in the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship, which marked her last appearance with the U-20 squad. She scored a total of 24 goals in her 35 U-20 caps, the third-most ever for a U.S. player in the U-20 age

2007: O’Hara participated at the 2007 U-20 Pan American matches. She scored four goals throughout the tournament.

2006: O’Hara and the U-20 squad came in fourth place during the 2006
FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup. She scored two goals during the tournament.


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