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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Kristine Lilly
For the third-leading scorer in U.S. women's soccer history, the most memorable goal of her career might be one she allowed on defense.
Kristine Lilly only seemed as if she would play forever.
California forward Alex Morgan, whose late goal against China last week helped preserve the U.S. women's nearly six-year unbeaten streak at home, is the only college player on the roster for the World Cup qualifying tournament later this month.
"When I sit here and realize that it's been 23 or 24 years since I started playing at this level, when I think about those numbers it does seem like a really long journey," Lilly said.
"I'm really happy I was able to be a part of this for so long."