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Sinclair subsequently finished as the tournament's top scorer with six goals and led the Canadian women's national soccer team to a third place finish and a bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics with a 1-0 win against France on August 9, 2012.She broke the record of most goals scored in the Olympics for women's soccer and won the gold boot of the competition; scoring 2 goals against South Africa, 1 against Great Britain, and 3 against USA.Current list: -Kelly Smith and Alex Scott (already done, aww yeah)-Lianne Sanderson and Joanna Lohman-Laura Del Rio and Nikki Baker-Fara Williams and Amy Kane-Marta and Johanna Frisk-Abby Wambach and Sarah Huffman (? )-Christine Sinclair and Tiffeny Milbrett-Diana Matheson and Rhian Wilkinson-Amy Lepeilbet and Liz Bogus-Melissa Tancredi and Erin Mc Leod-Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris (? )I know Abby Wambach is dating a lady and Megan Rapinoe and Sarah Walsh are together, obviously, but I kind of feel like everybody knows that already and they don't need a primer? And also feel free to tell me this is all a terrible idea! She capped off her collegiate career with two goals in the national title game, the University’s second NCAA championship.That performance gave her a career total of 25 goals in tournament play, also an NCAA record. Hermann Trophy, becoming only the fourth player and third woman to win it in back-to-back years.At the age of 29, she is the all-time leader in goals scored for the Canadian national team and is the third overall in all-time international goals scored by a female player with 145…counting.about doing mini-primers for canonical ladyballer pairings and it seems like a semi-legit use of my internet stalking skills (I use "legit" in a broad variety of meanings, including "not actually legitimate at all") but picking up on who is actually dating in the current media environment tends to be the job of people who are already stalking a team, so -- tell me which ladies are actually lesbian couples and I will investigate them!
A graduate of the University of Portland, she studied physiology and kinesiology, which she uses in her training and recovery sessions.She was again named WCC Player of the Year, becoming only the second player in conference history to be so honored three times. As a result of her record-setting season, Sinclair went on to win the Honda-Broderick Cup as the College Woman Athlete of the Year.Sinclair was also named Academic All-American of the Year by ESPN The Magazine. She became the third soccer player to win the award, joining Mia Hamm and Cindy Daws.Sinclair chose to redshirt in 2003 in order to play for Canada at the Women's World Cup.She returned to Portland in 2004, scoring 22 goals that season, and was again named WCC Player of the Year and a consensus All-American. During Sinclair's senior year at Portland, she set an all-time Division I goal-scoring record with 39.
Her last two goals were in that season's national championship game, the second of which was a golden goal that gave the Pilots the national championship.