U.S. Woman’s National Team member Andi Sullivan spent opening day of Session 5 at Berky in 2019. After eating lunch with the campers, she answered questions, took photos with every cabin, and spent the entire first session on the field with the campers.
Andi Sullivan earned her first cap with the U.S. National Team in 2016 and has 12 caps to date. She played in the 2019 She Believes Cup and, at only 23, has a bright future with the National Team. Andi was a four-year starter at Stanford University, leading the Cardinal to a national championship in 2016. She is a past winner of the Hermann Trophy, awarded to the country’s best collegiate player, and was the number one overall draft pick at the 2018 NWSL College Draft. Andi finished second in the 2018 NWSL Rookie of the Year Voting. In 2019, she was named team captain. Andi was one of 24 players called up for the USWNT training camp prior to the USA’s November 2019 matches against Sweden and Costa Rica.
Andi currently plays for the Washington Spirit of the NWSL.
She was a BSA Visiting Pro in 2019.