Tiffeny Milbrett Bio
Team: New York Power
How Acquired: Founding Player-2001
WUSA Experience: 2
Previous Team: U.S. National Team
Hometown: Portland, OR
High School: Hillsboro HS [OR]
Born: October 23, 1972 Portland, OR, USA
Height: 5' 2"
A tremendous goal scorer, Milbrett's ability to see and create dangerous chances is unmatched in the WUSA ... She is the all-time leading scorer in WUSA history (26g, 11a, 63 pts.) ... 2002: Milbrett finished eighth in the WUSA in scoring in 2002 (10 g, 8a, 28 pts.) while leading the Power in scoring for the second straight season ... The New York forward was named to the All-WUSA Second Team in 2002 ... Milbrett recorded her second career hat trick in 2002 (June 15 at San Jose) ... 2001: A founding player in the WUSA, she was named WUSA MVP & Offensive Player of the Year ... Led the team in goals (16), points (35), shots (73), shots on goal (42) and fouls suffered (38) ... Recorded a team high four game-winning goals and also had a game-winning assist ... Recorded the first hat trick in WUSA history, leading the Power to a 3-1 victory over Boston on June 22 ... Had four multi-goal games.
Was named U.S. Soccer's Chevrolet Female Athlete of the Year for 2000 and 2001 ... Needs just four goals to reach the 100 goal mark ... Is third on the U.S. all-time scoring list ... Has the third most assists and goals in U.S. history ... Scored four goals in her first 20 games before scoring 82 in the next 149 games through the end of 2001 ... 2002: Played in just 12 matches for the USA, but scored nine goals with six assists, finishing tied for second on the team in scoring ... Seven of her nine goals came in the 2002 CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup, for which she was named Tournament MVP ... Tied a WNT record with five goals in one game, including a natural hat trick in the first nine minutes, in a 9-0 win over Panama on Nov. 2 ... Scored the first goal in the 2-1 overtime win over Canada in the Women's Gold Cup final on a brilliant volley ... 2001: Led the USA in goals scored with three, tallying in both Independence Day Series matches against Canada and also against Germany in the Nike U.S. Women's Cup ... Was one of three nominees (along with U.S. teammate Mia Hamm and China superstar Sun Wen) for the first-ever FIFA Women's World Player of the Year ... 2000: Was named U.S. Chevrolet Female Athlete of the Year ... 2000 Olympic Silver Medallist ... 2000 CONCACAF Offensive MVP for the Tournament ... Scored 15 goals and nine assists for the US in 2000 ... Tied as second leading goal-scorer at 2000 Olympics with three goals including two in the championship against Norway ... 1999: The USA's leading scorer in the 1999 Women's World Cup with three goals ... Was the USA's leading scorer in 1999 with 21 goals and 12 assists in 27 games, the first time she has led the team in scoring ... 1998: With 14 goals and nine assists in 1998, she finished second on the team in scoring behind Mia Hamm for the third consecutive year ... Was a member of the 1998 Goodwill Games gold medal-winning team, scoring a goal in the semifinal against Denmark ... 1997: Set the U.S. Women's National Team record for most assists in a game with five against Australia on June 5, 1997 ... 1996: Was a member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Women's National Team at the 1996 Olympics ... Scored two goals at the Olympic games, including the game-winner against China in the final to capture the gold medal ... 1995: Was a member of the team that finished third at the 1995 FIFA Women's World Cup in Sweden ... Tied with Kristine Lilly and Tisha Venturini as the team goal scoring leader at Sweden '95 with three after coming off the bench to replace the injured Michelle Akers ... Pre-1995: Played in 20 games for the USA from 1991-1994, before emerging in 1995 to play in 21 games and became a consistent starter in 1996 leading up to the Olympics ... First Appearance: Aug. 4, 1991, vs. China ... First Goal: Aug. 16, 1992, vs. Norway ... U.S.Youth National Team: Was a member of the U.S. Under-20 Women's Team from 1990-1993 and helped win the 1993 International Women's Tournament in Montricoux, France.
Played with Shiroki Serena in 1995, '96 and '97 of the women's J-League in Japan.
Played at the University of Portland from 1990-'95 ... Named to Soccer America's College Team of the Decade for the 1990's ... Tied for fourth for career points in NCAA history with 246 ... Tied for second for career goals in NCAA history with 103 ... Portland all-time leading scorer with 103 goals and assist leader with 40 in 74 games ... Finalist for the 1991, '92 and '94 Hermann Trophy and Missouri Athletic Club Award ... Three-time NSCAA All-American (1991, '92 and '94) ... West Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 1992 & '94 ... Four-time First-Team All Far West Region selection ... Led the nation in scoring with 30 goals and 8 assists in 1994 ... Helped Portland to the NCAA Final Four in 1994 and was named to the All-Tournament team ... Nation's second-leading scorer in 1992 with 30 goals and 12 assists ... Led Portland with 25 goals and six assists in 1991... Named Soccer America's Freshman Soccer Player of the Year in 1990.
Daughter of Elsie Milbrett ... Sister to Mark (37) ... Majored in Communications Management and minored in German at the University of Portland ... Loves relaxing at her favorite coffee house with an iced double tall latte ... Hobbies include cooking, making improvements on her house, listening to music and playing an occasional round of golf.