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Who Is Stacy Press (Christen Press Mom); Wiki, Bio, Husband, Children, Death

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Stacy Press Biography – Who Is Christen Press Mom

Stacy Press is the late mother of footballer Christen Press who is a soccer striker for Utah Royals Football Club in the National Women’s Soccer League and also represents the United States women’s national soccer team. On July 2, 2019 after Christen helped the United States team into the finals by scoring a pinpoint header she said she was thinking about her mom as she also played for her.

Stacy Press Husband (Cody Press)

Christen was the wife of Cody Press who is a former American footballer who played at Dartmouth.

Stacy Press Children

Stacy and her husband Cody has three children; Tyler, Christen and Channing.

Who Is Christen Press –

Christen is an American footballer who plays for Utah Royals Football Club in the National Women’s Soccer League and is also a member of the United States women’s national soccer team. Over her football career she has played for several teams such as MagicJack (in the Women Professional Soccer, 2011), Tyresö FF and Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC in the Damallsvenskan (the highest division of women’s football in Sweden, 2012), and the Chicago Red Stars (in the National Women’s Soccer League, (2014-2017).

She graduated from Chadwick High School where she represented her school’s soccer team as a captain for two years. She was a four-year starter for the team and also played influential roles in the team’s qualification to two Southern Section Division IV titles.

She was lettered in tennis while at Chadwick and was named Parade Magazine All-American and NSCAA High School All-American in the year 2006.

Press has played for the United States senior team since February 2013. During the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada, she won a gold medal with the US women’s national soccer team. She also won the Golden Boot for most goals scored in the US Youth Soccer Association’s national championship tournament.

Christen Press Mom

During an interview, Press revealed that she was signed up for soccer at the age of 4 and her mother brought a camcorder in every game so that she could record the first time she touched the ball.

“Apparently I played 11v11, full-field, one of like two girls on the field. It was pretty intense. Not your average rec league in Torrance [Calif.]. My mom says the entire season I just picked daises and made daisy chains. My mom brought the camcorder every game because she wanted to record the first time I touched the ball. She had to bring it to every game because I never touched it.

“I did cartwheels. I waved. Toward the end of the season, she said, ‘Christen, why don’t you go to the ball?’And I said, no. We can do gymnastics or something else.”

Her mother encouraged her and asked her to try one more years and then she would try other sports.

“OK. Why don’t we try one more year? Then we can try other sports. OK, that’s fine. And then it was 7v7, all girls, small-field. I scored like eight goals in the first game. And we don’t know what happened. We don’t know what happened. What force of nature made me want to score goals?”

Press had also said that she was brought up in a competitive family. Her mom once read that soccer legend Pele would train every day by taking 100 shots with each foot and she asked her to also do it. Christen revealed that at times she felt burdened by the pressures to succeed but it also gave her the drive.

Christen Press Mother Death – Stacy Press Death

Stacy Press died at the beginning of 2019 at the age of 58. On February 5, Christen posted a photo of her mother on Instagram with the caption; “with me every day 🙏🏾 ♥️ ✨”

 

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with me every day 🙏🏾 ♥️ ✨

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On July 2, 2019, after Christen scored a pinpoint header less than 10 minutes in against England helping America’s team into the finals she said she was thinking of her mom as she choked back tears as she spoke to reporters after the match.

“I was thinking of my mom. My whole career I played for my mom.”

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