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DATE OF BIRTH: December 13, 1986


HOMETOWN: San Clemente, California

POSITION: Midfielder

ACQUIRED: Signed through 2024 with option for 2025 on January 31, 2024





Zerboni started in all 26 of her 2022 appearances. She scored three goals in her 1,766 minutes.

2021: Zerboni made 21 appearances, including 19 starts… Posted goal at Washington… Dished out assist in 1-1 draw at Kansas City… One appearance in the 2021 NWSL Challenge Cup.

2020: Zerboni was traded to Sky Blue FC in January 2020. Here she had one assist in her five appearances during the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup. She later missed the 2020 NWSL Fall Series due to injury.

2019: Zerboni made 24 match appearances with North Carolina. North Carolina won the NWSL Shield and were 2019 NWSL Champions.

2018: Zerboni started in all 20 matches that she appeared in this season. She scored three goals and made one assist. North Carolina won the NWSL Shield and went on to become NWSL champions. Zerboni was named to the team of the month four times and NWSL Best XI. She also was a finalist for the Most Valuable Player Award. This year, Zerboni became the first NWSL player to play 10,000 career

2016-17: In 2017 Western New York Flash relocated to North Carolina Courage. During the first season in North Carolina, Zerboni made 25 appearances, scored three goals and had one assist. North Carolina
won the 2017 NWSL Shield and advanced to the Championship game this season. She was named to the team of the month and NWSL Best XI. 2016: Zerboni made eight appearances with Boston Breakers this
season before being traded to the Western New York Flash. She started in 11 out of her 12 match appearances. The Western New York Flash won the 2016 NWSL Championship.

2015: Zerboni made 18 appearances and scored two goals with Portland Thorns.

2011-14: Zerboni signed with Western New York Flash in 2011. She helped the team to the 2011 WPS Championship and was appointed captain for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. Three goals, two assists in 24
appearances for 2014 season. She made 46 appearances and scored 4 goals throughout this time.

Zerboni signed to the Atlanta Beat during the 2009 WPS Expansion Draft and made 20 appearances with the team.

2009: She was drafted as the 47th pick overall by Los Angeles Sol in 2009 WPS Draft. She made 10 appearances with four starts and had a goal and an assist.

Zerboni played at UCLA, where she scored seven goals and made 10 assists in her 73 collegiate career appearances. She scored hat trick in first round of NCAA Tournament in 2008.

Zerboni was called up to senior team training camps.

2018: Zerboni was named to the roster for the 2018 Tournament of Nations, where the USWNT became champions.

2017: She earned her first call up to the senior team, making her the oldest player to earn a first cap for the USWNT. 2003: Zerboni was a member of the U-17 USWNT squad.