skip navigation

Hall of Fame

Welcome to the Slammers FC Hall of Fame.  It is without question an accomplished group of athletes.


We proudly honor all the hard work and dedication put in by all honorees.


Cami Levin

Jack McBean

Whitney Engen

Christen Press

Ashley Nick

Danesha Adams

2015 Inductee

Alexa "Lexi" Orand


·   Slammer since age 9

·   2x HS All-American (2006, 2007)

·   CalSouth ODP player

·   1 National and 3 Regionals ODP championships

·   2 US Club Soccer National Championships (2005 and 2006)



·   Stanford Team Captain

·   NCAA National Champion 2011

·   PAC-12 League Champion 2009, 2010, 2011

·   NCAA Tournament Finalist 2009, 2010

·   NCAA Tournament Semifinalist 2008

·   NSCAA First Team All-American

·   PAC-12 First Team 2011

·   PAC-12 Second Team 2008

·   2x Soccer America All Women’s College Soccer First Team

·   2x NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team

·   Recipient of the Bob Murphy Award

·   Soccer America MVPs first team

·   NSCAA All-Pacific Regional First Team

·   Represented Stanford and accepted Capital One Cup at 2012 ESPN ESPY Awards



·   Drafted 4th Overall Pick in 2012 NWSL Draft by Sky Blue FC

·   Pali Blues (2012)

·   Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC in Sweden (2012-2013)

·   Swedish Cup Champion and Swedish Super Cup Champion

·   Western Sydney Wanderers (2013) in Australia

·   Sky Blue FC (2014)



·   US U-16 National Team

·   US U-17 National Team

·   US U-17 Team Captain

·   US U-18 National Team

·   US U-20 National Team

·   US U-23 National Team

·   US U-23 Team Captain


·   Slammers since age of 8

·   USYSA National Champion (U16)



·   Played for LA Galaxy U16s

·   Signed with LA Galaxy at age 16 ( 2011)

·   Youngest ever to sign in LA Galaxy history

·   Played against Manchester City in friendly as a 16 year old

·   Youngest player in LA Galaxy history to score a goal

·   2x MLS Cup Champion



·   U-17 National Team member (2011)

·   U-17 CONCACAF Champion (2011)

·   U-18 National team member (2012)


·   Won UNC Gift of Fury Award

·   Soccer Buzz 2nd Team Freshman All-American

·   ACC All-Tournament Team

·   ACC All-Academic First Team

·   Soccer Buzz second-team All-Southeast Region

·   Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region Freshman Team

·   Second-Team Soccer Buzz All-America

·   Third-Team NSCAA All-America

·   Second-Team All-ACC

·   NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team

·   All-ACC Tournament

·   ACC All-Academic Team

·   2009 ACC Academic Honor Roll

·   First-Team NSCAA All-Southeast Region

·   First-Team Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region

·   MVP of 2008 Duke adidas Classic


·   Selected No. 4 overall in the 2010 Women's Professional Soccer draft, by the Chicago Red Stars

·   Played with Pali Blues (2009, 2012)

·   Chicago Red Stars (2010)

·   Western New York Flash 2011)

·   Liverpool Ladies (2013)

·   Tyresö FF (2013-2014)

·   Allocated to expansion team Houston Dash (2014)



·   Over 16 appearances  with US Women’s National team

·   Scored unassisted goal against China PR on March 8, 2013

·   Current member of the Full Women’s National team

·   Played on U-23 National team

·   Played on U-20 National team

Studio 90: WNT Trio Shoots for Champions League Title

Apr 9, 2014


U.S. forward Christen Press and defenders Whitney Engen and Meghan Klingenberg have helped their Swedish club Tyresö FF advance to the UEFA Women’s Champions League semifinal round, where it will face Birmingham FC of England in a two-leg series on April 19 and 27. Whenever their Champions League run ends, the U.S. trio will head back to home to join the NWSL, Press with the Chicago Red Stars and Engen and Klingenberg with the expansion Houston Dash. They have their sights set on a Champions League title, a feat accomplished by just one other U.S. WNT player – Ali Krieger with FFC Frankfurt in 2007-2008.

Courtesy of US Soccer:


·         2003 USYSA National Championship – Golden Boot winner

·         2006 Parade High School All American

·         2006 NSCAA High School All American

·         U14 USYSA National Champion

·         U16 USYSA National Champion



2007 (Freshman)

·         Pac-10 All-Freshman team

·         Pac-10 Freshman of the Year

·         Soccer Buzz Freshman of the Year

·         First-team Freshman All-American honors

·         Top Drawer Soccer First Team – All Rookie Season

2008 (Sophomore)

·         Top Drawer Soccer 2nd Team All-American

·         Second Team All Pac-10

·         NCAA College Cup All-Tournament team

2009 (Junior)

·         All-Pac-10 first team

·         Pac-10 All-Academic second team

·         2nd team NSCAA All-American

·         Soccer America MVP First Team

·         Top Drawer Soccer’s Team of the Season

·         NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team

·         NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team

·         Semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy

2010 (Senior)

·         All-Pac-10 first-team

·         NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team

·         Soccer America MVPs first-team

·         Soccer America Player of the Year

·         Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Year

·         Pac-10 Conference Player of the Year

·         NSCAA first-team All-America

·         ESPN Academic All-America first team

·         Pac-10's Scholar-Athlete of the Year for women's soccer

·         NCAA College Cup All-Tournament team (third time)

·'s Team of the Season first team

·         MAC's Hermann Trophy (nation's best player)

Broke Stanford University records for career points (183), goals (71), assists (41), and shots (500) and set the single-season school records for shots (180) and game-winning goals (10), and tied the mark for goals (26)


·         Played with Pali Blues in 2010

·         Selected No. 4 overall in the 2011 Women's Professional Soccer draft, by the Washington Freedom

·         Awarded US Soccer Federation’s Rookie of the Year

·         Third in scoring her rookie year

·         Signed in 2012 with Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC in Sweden

·         In 2012 the second leading scorer in the Swedish League (Damallsvenskan)

·         Helped Göteborg to the league championship

·         Signed with Tyresö FF in 2013 (Sweden)

·         Golden Boot Award for top scorer for 2013 in Sweden (first ever American to do so)

·         2014, signed with Chicago Red Stars



·         On current roster on the US Women’s National team

·         Played in first ever US Women’s National team match in February 2013 vs. Scotland

§  Scored first two goals of the match, assisted the second

§  Third person ever to score 2 goals in first match

·         Only player in US history to score 3 goals in first two matches

·         Finished first year with the senior national team posting 8 goals in 12 matches


·   Played for Slammers Futbol Club (SFC)

·   SoccerBuzz Top 25 recruit (2005)

·   Won state club championships as a U-13, U-16 and U-17 player

·   Won regional club championships as a U-13, U-16 and U-17 player

·   Member of ODP state and regional team from 2000-2005

·   Won 2004 ODP national championship


·   Two-time Team Captain

·   Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention

·   NSCAA 2nd Team All-American

·   Soccer Buzz All-American 2nd Team

·   Soccer Buzz First Team All-West Region

·   NSCAA First Team All-West Region

·   2x All-Pac-10 First Team

·   NSCAA All-Region Second Team


·   Drafted by Boston Breakers in the 2009 Women's Professional Soccer draft

·   Played for FC Twente (2010-2011) in Women’s Dutch Football league, Eredivisie

·   Won Eredivisie Championshop (2011)

·   Played for Arna-Bjørnar  in the Norwegian league, Toppserien (2012)

·   Played with Pali Blues (2013)

·   Played for Sky Blue FC (2013)

·   On loan to FC Zorky Krasnogorsk in Russia (2013)


·   Trained with U17 National team

·   Trained with U20 National team

·   Competed with U23 National team


·   2x Slammers FC State Champion

·   Surf Cup Champion

·   CalSouth ODP player

·   MVP of U-19 Super Group at 2003 Surf Cup


·   Soccer America Freshman All-American

·   Soccer Buzz Freshman All-American

·   2x NCAA All-Tournament Team (2004 and 2005)

·   3x NSCAA All-American

·   2nd All-Time in career points (140) and goals (60)


·   4th Overall Draft Pick in the 2009 WPS draft by the Chicago Red Stars

·   Pali Blues (2008)

·   Chicago Red Stars (2009)

·   Philadelphia Independence (2010-2011)

·   Medkila IL in Norway (2011) 

·   Vittsjö GIK in Sweden (2012-2013)

·   Sky Blue FC in the NWSL (2013)

·   Ata┼čehir Belediyespor in Turkey (2013)

·   Playing for Washington Spirit in NWSL (2014) in USA


·   Member of US U-20 National team

·   2006 FIFA U-20 World Championship

o    Leading US scorer for tournament

o    Bronze Ball Winner for tournament (3rd leading scorer)

·   US Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year (2006)

·   Earned US Women’s National team cap vs. Taiwan (2006)

photo credit to Getty Images


  • Slammer since age 11
  • Slammers U14 2002 USYSA National Champion
  • 2002 USYSA National Championship - Golden Boot Award
  • Slammers U16 2004 USYSA National Finalist
  • Slammers U17 2005 USYSA National Semi-Finalist
  • 4x Surf Cup Champion 
  • CalSouth ODP Back-to-Back Regional and National Champions (2003 and 2004)
  • 2005 All-American Youth Soccer Player of the Year
  • 2005 Gatorade Player of the Year
  • 3x High School All-American (2004, 2005, 2006)
  • Only sophomore High School All-American in 2004
  • Finished Top 10 in her high school class academically
  • National Honor Society all four years in high school



  • Member of  US U16 National Team
    • Competed in U16 Championships in Ireland
  • Member of US U17 National Team
    • Competed in U17 Championships in Germany
  • Member of US U19 National team
    • Youngest player competing for US in 2004 U20 FIFA World Championships in Thailand
    • Helped USA take 3rd place



  • 2006 – 2009
  • 74 game appearances


 Traveled to Germany, France, England, Canada, Ireland and Mexico for soccer competitions


Excerpt from 2004 Interview with Alexa by US Soccer:

U.S. Under-19 Midfielder Alexa Orand,  the youngest player on the world championship squad at 17.  She took some time out from homework, e-mailing her mom and munching on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to answer a few questions for Did you ever think you would get the chance to play in a world championship at such a young age?

Alexa: Yes because my club coach Walid Khoury always gave me so much confidence in being really positive with me, but no because you always think there are better players out there.  That’s what keeps you working hard.