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Cincinnati's Rose Lavelle reaches 100 caps in USWNT win vs South Korea

Rose Lavelle became the 43rd soccer player in United States Women's National Team history to reach the 100-cap milestone in a 3-0 win Tuesday against South Korea in St. Paul, Minnesota.

The midfielder and former Cincinnati United Premier and Mount Notre Dame High School standout made the start for USWNT, her 100th appearance, or cap. She made her first cap for USWNT in March of 2017 against England.

Lavelle recently was sidelined by a leg injury.

USWNT teammate and goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher reached 100 caps earlier this year.

Rose Lavelle of U.S. Women's National Team and Jeon Eun-ha of Korean Republic
Rose Lavelle of U.S. Women's National Team and Jeon Eun-ha of Korean Republic

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This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Rose Lavelle makes 100 appearances for USWNT in win over South Korea