Born: March 3, 1973, in Modesto, California
National Team: Member of the Gold Medal winning U.S. Women's National Team at the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games ... Second on the team with 1,864 minutes played in 1995 ... Scored two goals at the `96 Olympic Games, including the game-winner versus Denmark ... Scored the first goal in seven games in 1996 ... Tied with Kristine Lilly and Tiffeny Milbrett with three goals to lead the team at the 1995 Women's World Championship in Sweden ... She and Carla Overbeck were the only two players to play in all 23 games in 1995 ...
Led the nation in scoring in 1991 with 58 points, 21 goals and 16 assists, her goals where the most scored by a freshmen since Mia Hamm had 21 in 1989 ... Attended Grace Davis High School in Modesto, CA ... Led Davis to a four-year conference record of 54-0-2, scoring 107 goals and adding 37 assists. Personal:
Full name Tisha LeaVenturini. National Spokesperson for Produce for Better Health. Graduated from UNC with degree in Physical Education.
Full-International Appearances: 88
Full-International Goals: 33
First Appearance: Aug. 14, 1992, vs. Norway
First Goal: April 10, 1993, vs. Germany