Kelley O'Hara grew up playing most of her youth soccer in the state of Georgia. From the Peachtree City Lazers all the way to Starr's Mill High School. Georgia is where she honed her craft that has today taken her to the United States women's national team.
Before last night, O'Hara had one USWNT goal to her name. That goal? Again Germany in a World Cup semifinal. That's a helluva time to have scored your one and only goal for your country. The competition and moment is in stark contrast of when she scored her second goal last night.
The USMNT beat Puerto Rico 10-0 in their final group stage of the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament. A complete and utter domination for the Lady Yanks. Kelley O'Hara scored the team's fifth goal on the night and it was the most daring of the bunch. Her near post run and subsequent audacious back heel finish was a thing of perfection.