Briana Scurry

Briana Scurry was not only one of UMass' best soccer players ever, but the United States' as well.

While at the University of Massachusetts, Scurry was named all-America in 1993 and was also the Adidas Goalkeeper of the Year. The Atlantic 10 recognized her as the conference's Player of the Year. In her UMass career, she had 37 shutouts and goals against average of 0.56. The shutout mark is second all-time and the GAA is fifth and she is second in career saves with 368.

Scurry led UMass to a 17-3-3 record and the national semifinals in 1993 and also had a career record of 48-13-4 while at UMass.

Scurry also starred on the international soccer scene, playing on the U.S. National Team from 1994-2000, and then again in 2002 and 2004. She played in more games than any goalkeeper in U.S. Women's National Team history.

Scurry won an Olympic gold medal in 1996 and 2004 and was the starting goalie for the U.S. on the 1999 gold medal winning World Cup team, and also started in goal for the 2003 World Cup.

Scurry played professionally in the WUSA, earning first team All-WUSA and goalkeeper of the year in 2003.

She was inducted into the UMass Athletics Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2005.

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