A native Virginian, Ali has been a soccer stud since she was seven. She played her high school career at Forest Park High School in Woodbridge. Ali was a three time team captain, twice selected to the All-Virginia AAA team and even honored as Gatorade’s Virginia Player of the Year, just to name a few of her accolades.
In 2003, Ali enrolled at Penn State. In both her freshman and sophomore seasons, she started every match for the Nittany Lions. Ali broke her leg in her junior year. Even with a shortened season, she earned All-Big Ten honors and All-Big-Ten academic honors as well as several other awards. A successful senior campaign following her recovery saw her Lions advance to the NCAA quarterfinals where they were defeated by Notre Dame. Ali graduated and penned a contract to play in Germany after the 2006 season. Her first appearance with the US National Women’s Team came in 2008. She has played in three World Cups and two Olympic Games.
Ali’s style is bold, classic with a dash of street. Her outfits reflect the edge she uses in her play. She’s got the kind of style to make you pay attention. We keep an eye out for her on the red carpet these days, her fashion demands it.
Due to a complication in her recovery from a broken leg, Ali suffered six subsequent mini heart-attacks.
Ali played for her father’s youth soccer program for 12 straight years, from seven to 19.
‘Kreiger’ is a German name, translating to Warrior. While playing in Germany, Ali earned the nickname Warrior Princess, due to the origins of her name and her gameplay.
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