Mia Hamm, the greatest female soccer player in history, spent her formative years in Wichita Falls playing youth soccer while attending Notre Dame Catholic School. At age 15 she became the youngest player to ever play for the U.S. National Team. Hamm had a brilliant college career at North Carolina where she led the school to four consecutive NCAA titles. A forward and midfielder for the U.S. Women's National Team, Hamm led United States to FIFA World Cup titles in 1991 & 1999. She was also named the FIFA World Player of the Year in 2001 & 2002. Hamm also represented her county in the Olympic Games leading the U.S. to Gold medals in 1996 & 2004. Her other honors include being named MVP of 1995 World Cup and the Soccer USA Female Athlete of the Year from 1994-1998. Hamm's 158 international goals are the most ever scored by a man or woman in soccer history. In 1997, she created the Mia Hamm Foundation for bone marrow research to honor her late brother, Garrett. She was also inducted into the U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame in 2007. Hamm is a member of the TSHOF Class of 2007.