Kathleen Ann Ridgewell-Williams is an American former soccer player who played as a forward, making three appearances for the United States women's national team.Career Ridgewell-Williams attended Enumclaw High School and Auburn Senior High School, where she played soccer. She attended college at Green River Community College for her freshman year. For her sophomore year, she transferred to Western Washington University, where she played soccer for the Vikings in 1985, finishing the season as the team's top scorer with thirteen goals while also registering four assists. She was selected as a NAIA First-Team All-American, and was also included in the NAIA All-District First Team. However, she decided to sit out the following season in order to focus on making the U.S. team at the Olympic Festival. She was also listed on the roster of the Colorado College Tigers from 1986 to 1987. For her senior year, Ridgewell-Williams played for the California Golden Bears in the 1987 season. There she was chosen as an NSCAA Third-Team All-American and was included in the NSCAA All-Region selection. In 2016, she was included in the Top 50 Women Players ranking by Washington Youth Soccer.Source: Wikipedia
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