Hope Amelia Solo was born on the 30th of July in 1981 in Richland, Washington. As a young child, she was a forward for a soccer team and showed amazing potential at a young age. She scored 109 goals while in this position. Her real career did not start until her high school years which led to her being named an All-American twice by Parade magazine. Her college accomplishments led to her being named to the 2004 Olympic team (“Hope” 1). Hope attended the Univeristy of Washington for all four years of her college career. While in college, she earned NSCAA All-American honors in her last three years. During her time spent playing for the Washington Huskies, she moved to the goalie postition where her career soon took off (“Hope” 1). Hope had not considered this position before because she loved being a scorer for her team. As a goalie, she moved from an offens...
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...rents gave her the best name possible because she gives hope to so many.
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