Shots (on Goal)
|Last Five Games||Date||Competition|
|W||FranceFRA||1-3||United StatesUSA||13 Jul, 2011||Women's World Cup|
|W||BrazilBRA||2-2||United StatesUSA||10 Jul, 2011||Women's World Cup|
|L||SwedenSWE||2-1||United StatesUSA||6 Jul, 2011||Women's World Cup|
|W||United StatesUSA||3-0||ColombiaCOL||2 Jul, 2011||Women's World Cup|
|W||United StatesUSA||2-0||North Korea WomenPRK||28 Jun, 2011||Women's World Cup|
|Japan JPN||2-4||United States USA||18 Aug, 2008||Women's Olympic Tournament|
|United States USA||1-0||Japan JPN||9 Aug, 2008||Women's Olympic Tournament|
|Japan JPN||1-2||United States USA||20 Aug, 2004||Women's Olympic Tournament|
|United States USA||1-1||Japan JPN||6 Jun, 2004||Women's International Friendly|
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