2013 NWSL Regular Season Champions

2012 WPSL-E Champs | 2011 WPS Champs | 2010 USL W-League Champs

    • Samantha Kerr

    • Number: 4
    • Position: F
    • Height: 5-8
    • Birthday: 09/10/1993
    • Hometown: Perth, Australia
    • Previous Team: Sydney FC (Australia)
    • Player Acquired: Signed as a free agent
  • Player History

  • Professional
    2013: Made her rookie debut with the WNY Flash, helping the team to the NWSL Shield as regular-season champions and to the NWSL Championship game … Appeared in 21 games, starting 19, including the Flash’s two playoff games … Tallied six goals and five assists in 1,605 minutes played … Took 44 shots, 24 on goal … Scored the game-winning goal in a 3-0 victory over Sky Blue FC, assisting on the third goal to Abby Wambach, 6/8 … Spent the 2013-14 offseason with Sydney FC of the W-League in Australia, reaching the semifinal round before bowing out to Melbourne Victory … Played in all 12 of the club’s matches, starting 11 for a total of 958 minutes played … Netted four goals on the season, including one in the semifinal match … 2012: Signed with Sydney FC in the Australian W-League … Played in 12 games, started in 11 and scored nine goals … Ninth goal of the season came in the form of a diving header in the W-League Championship game … The goal ultimately led Sydney FC to their second championship … Was named W-League Player of the Year … 2010: Scored three goals in ten appearances with Perth in the 2010-11 season …  2009: Played her second season with Perth … Made five appearances with one goal … Was named Players’ Player of the Year … Was awarded Goal of the Year for a goal against Sydney FC … 2008: Started her professional career with the Perth Glory of the W-League.

    Australia Women’s National Team
    2011: Played in three games at the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup … Made two starts … 2010:  Played with the Matildas in the Asian Cup … Made five appearance with one start … Scored one two goals in the tournament to help Australia earn a spot in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup … Scored the team’s lone goal in the Cup final against Korea DPR, making Australia the AFC Women’s Asian Cup Winners … 2009: Made her international debut at age 15 against Italy.