Mallory Pugh
Name: Mallory Pugh
Occupation: Soccer Player
Current Team: Sky Blue FC
Gender: Female
Birth Day: April 29, 1998
Age: 22
Birth Place: Highlands Ranch, United States
Zodiac Sign: Taurus

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Mallory Pugh

Mallory Pugh was born on April 29, 1998 in Highlands Ranch, United States (22 years old). Mallory Pugh is a Soccer Player, zodiac sign: Taurus. Nationality: United States. Approx. Net Worth: Undisclosed. Mallory Pugh plays for the team Sky Blue FC.


She signed with UCLA to play college soccer as part of the class of 2020.

Net Worth 2020

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Before Fame

She played a prominent role on both the U17 and U20 US National Teams, winning the Golden Boot in the 2015 CONCACAF World Championship.


Mallory Pugh plays for the team Sky Blue FC

Net Worth Comparison

Team Sky Blue FC Net Worth / Salary
# Name Age Net Worth Salary Nationality
#1 Mallory Pugh 22 N/A N/A United States
#2 Carli Lloyd 38 $2 Million N/A United States

Biography Timeline


Born in Littleton, Colorado to Karen and Horace Pugh, Mallory was raised with her older sister Brianna in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Her mother was a long-distance runner and her father ran track and played football. Growing up, Pugh considered her older sister Brianna as a role model and cites her as a reason she got started in soccer. She started playing soccer at the age of four and then followed in her sister's footsteps and played club soccer with Real Colorado in the Elite Clubs National League. She played on the competitive team with the club at the U-11 through U-18 levels; although she started playing recreational soccer at the U-5 level. During her last two years with the team, she often trained with the club's Boys Development Academy team. Pugh helped Real Colorado win state titles in 2010 and 2011. In addition, the team made it to the Elite Clubs National League finals in both 2013 and 2014. At the U-16 level, Real Colorado won state and regional titles and became runner-up at nationals. Pugh was named the MVP of the regional tournament that year.


In 2011, Pugh attended the annual United States under–14 girl's national team identification camp from July 13 to August 7 in Portland, Oregon. The camp was used as an evaluation for U–14 training camp held in September. Pugh was then called into the U–14 national team training camp at Home Depot Center in Carson, California from September 18 to 25. In 2012, Pugh attended a U–15 national team training camp from February 11 to 18. She then joined the team for a second training camp from June 3 to 10 at The Home Depot Center. Also during the summer, the U–14 national team conducted three separate training camps to replace the large identification camp of previous years. Pugh attended the second camp, which ran from August 12 to 19.


In 2013, Pugh attended a U–15 national team training camp from February 24 to March 2 at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. She then moved up to the U–17 national team and traveled to San José, Costa Rica for an international tournament in late April. Following the tournament, Pugh joined the U–17 team for a training camp from June 9 to 16. In preparation for the 2013 CONCACAF Women's U–17 Championship, Pugh attended another U–17 training camp from July 21 to 31 in Columbus, Ohio as well as a camp in Lakewood Ranch, Florida from September 15 to 22.


Pugh remained with the U–17 national team for a short time in 2014. She started off the year with the team at a training camp from January 11 to 19 in Carson, California. The camp served as a preparation for an international tournament held in February. Pugh was on the roster for the tournament, which was held at the U.S. National Team Training Center in Carson. In their final match of the tournament on February 9, the United States faced Japan. During the game, Pugh scored her fourth goal of the tournament to help the United States pull away the 2–1 victory and win the tournament title.


In November 2015, Pugh was named to the roster for the 2015 CONCACAF Women's U–20 Championship in December. Pugh was the most experienced player on the roster and also captained the team. In the first match against Mexico on December 4, Pugh scored on a penalty kick in the 20th minute. The United States qualified for the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup after defeating Honduras in the semifinal on December 11. Pugh helped the team win the tournament with a 1–0 win over Canada on December 13. Following the tournament, Pugh was awarded the Golden Boot for most goals scored and the Golden Ball for best player of the tournament. On December 18, Pugh was named the 2015 U.S. Soccer Young Female Player of the Year.


In January 2016, it was reported that Pugh had rejected college in order to turn professional and play for National Women's Soccer League club Portland Thorns FC when she finished high school. Later that week, her father said the reports were false and that Pugh would join the UCLA soccer team as originally planned. In July 2016, it was announced she delayed entrance to UCLA until January 2017, due to national team commitments for the Rio Olympics and the 2016 FIFA U–20 Women's World Cup. She appeared in three non-competitive Spring scrimmages in early 2017 before departing UCLA to pursue a professional career prior to starting her freshman season.

Despite being a member of the senior national team in 2016, Pugh at age 18 was still comfortably age eligible for the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup. After returning from the Olympics, Pugh joined the U-20 team at a training camp on September 1, 2016. Pugh captained the U-20 United States team at the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup where she was the most experienced player on their team with 23 international matches and 17 goals. In the second group stage game against New Zealand the United States won 3-1, Pugh scoring and receiving player of the match honors.

By participating in the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics, Pugh made history by being the first United States women's player to play in both tournaments in the same year. Pugh would still be age eligible for the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.

Following a successful run with the U-20 women's national team, Pugh was called up to the senior national team for the first training camp of 2016 from January 5 to 21 leading up to a match against Ireland. At age 17, she was one of the youngest field players to be called up to the team in 15 years. On January 23, 2016, Pugh earned her first cap for the team during the match against Ireland, coming in for Alex Morgan in the 58th minute. She was the youngest player to debut for the national team since Heather O'Reilly's debut in 2002. She then became the 19th United States player to score in her debut when she scored her first international goal in the 83rd minute to secure the United States' 5–0 win.

On July 12, 2016, Pugh was named to the 18–player team that would represent the United States at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. She made her Olympic debut on August 3 in the team's opening group match against New Zealand. On August 9, Pugh came in for Megan Rapinoe in the 33rd minute of the team's final group match against Colombia. She scored in the 59th minute, becoming the youngest United States player to score a goal in the Olympics. She put the United States ahead 2–1 with her goal; however, the match ended in a 2–2 draw. In the quarterfinals, Pugh started in the match against Sweden on August 12. The game was tied 1–1 after regulation time and Pugh was replaced by Lindsey Horan in the 114th minute in extra time. The United States were then defeated by Sweden in penalty kicks.


After much speculation as to where she would go when she turned pro, Pugh officially joined the Washington Spirit of the NWSL on May 13, 2017. She made her professional debut for the Spirit on May 20, 2017 versus FC Kansas City. Pugh scored 6 goals in her rookie season and was named a finalist for NWSL Rookie of the Year.

Since December 2017, Pugh has been dating Atlanta Braves shortstop, Dansby Swanson. The couple met through Pugh's brother-in-law and Swanson's former teammate, Jace Peterson.

In May 2017, Nike announced it had signed a long-term partnership with Pugh, describing her as a "soccer phenom." She has since appeared in multiple promotions and advertisements with Nike, including the Dream With Us ad as part of the Just Do It campaign.


Pugh started 2018 off strong with her first career brace on January 21, 2018 against Denmark, the United States winning the game 5-1. In her last game as a teenager on April 8, 2018 against Mexico she scored her fifth goal of the calendar year. For her teenage national team stats, Pugh was second all-time in starts before the age of 20 with 27, second all-time in caps before the age of 20 with 35, tied third all-time in goals before the age of 20 with 11, and first all-time in assists before the age of 20 with 12.

On June 8, 2018, Pugh injured her PCL in her right knee. She made her comeback on August 31, 2018 in a game against Chile. The United States won 3-0, Pugh assisting the third goal scored by Christen Press who was being honored that game for 100 national team caps.


Pugh scored the first goal of the year for the United States in a 3-1 loss against France played at Le Havre. She played in the 2019 SheBelieves Cup where the United States finished as runners up. On April 4, Pugh scored her second career brace in a match against Australia, the United States winning 5-3. Her first goal in that game came just 37 seconds after she had subbed onto the pitch in the 67th minute. Pugh also scored against Mexico in the final send off series game for the United States before the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Pugh was called up for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup and scored her first World Cup goal in the game against Thailand on June 11, 2019. She appeared in all three group stage games against Thailand, Chile and Sweden.

In 2019 Pugh appeared in two promotions for Gatorade, one titled Bring the Heat which featured Lionel Messi and the other titled Every Day is Your Day which featured Mia Hamm.


On January 16, 2020, at the NWSL College Draft, Pugh was traded to Sky Blue FC for 4 draft picks. She made her Sky Blue debut on September 5, 2020 against the Washington Spirit, entering the game in the 61st minute. Sky Blue won 2-1, Pugh assisting Margaret Purce on the game winning goal in extra time.

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