Portland Thorns



Bio: Born in Burnaby, British Columbia, Sinclair played soccer at the University of Portland where she became only the fourth player ever to win the Hermann Trophy two years in a row. During her senior year at Portland, Sinclair set an all-time Division I scoring record with 39 goals and won both the Honda Sports Award and the Honda-Broderick Cup.

In 2008, she was selected eighth overall in the WPS International Draft by FC Gold Pride. Sinclair led the team to win the 2010 WPS Championship trophy. After the Pride ceased operations in 2010, Sinclair signed with Western New York Flash where she helped the team win the 2011 WPS Championship trophy. In 2013, Sinclair joined the Portland Thorns for the inaugural NWSL season. She led the team to two NWSL Championships in 2013 and 2017.

Sinclair made her debut on the Canadian Women’s National Team in 2000. She has played in five FIFA Women’s World Cup tournaments and three Olympic Games. As of January 2020, Sinclair became the world’s all-time leading international goal-scorer with 185 goals.

Club Career Stats:

  • Games Played: 196

  • Goals: 81

2019 Season Stats:

  • Games Played: 18

  • Goals: 9

  • Clearances: 22

  • Blocks: 2

  • Interceptions: 6