5'4 (1.63 m)"
As a senior, she started all 23 games she played in, scoring 10 goals with eight assists and finished her college career with 30 goals, an impressive number from the midfield ... Helped UNC to a 23-1-1 record in her final college season ... Named First-Team NSCAA All-American for the second year in a row, and First-Team All-ACC for the third year in a row ... Also named a University of North Carolina
Height: 5-4 (1.63 m)
Born: Jan. 29, 1984 in St. Louis, Mo.
Hometown: St. Louis, Mo.
College: University of North Carolina
U.S. National Team: Won Gold medal at the Olympic Games in Beijing, China ... Voted the 2005 U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year ... Earned first four caps for the full national team in 2001, playing against Italy in Rieti, Italy and then playing three matches in the 2001 Algarve Cup in Portugal, starting against Portugal and coming on as a substitute vs. Sweden and Norway ...
2008: Switched from the midfield to outside back, which is where she started her WNT career, and has played 13 of the USA's 14 matches there so far leading into the Peace Queen Cup ... One of the USA's leaders in minutes played in pre-Olympic matches ...
2007: Played in every game in 2007, one of just two players to do so ... Started 23 of the 24 games the USA played, including all six at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup ... Played every minute of every game at the WWC, one of two players to accomplish that feat ... Scored twice at the Women's World Cup, including the game-winner in the 1-0 victory over Nigeria to finish group play ... Also scored against Norway in the third-place match, where she also had an assist ... Had four goals and three assists during the year ... Scored against China at the Four Nations Tournament Championship in January in Guangzhou, China, helping the U.S. to a 2-0 win and the tournament title... Also scored in a 6-2 win against Canada in a May friendly ...
2006: Started two games at the 2006 Four Nations Tournament in China, but suffered a serious concussion in that tourney against France and was out of action for four months ...
2005: Had a breakout tournament at the Algarve Cup, starting all four matches for the USA, playing mostly at left back, as the USA did not allow a goal and won the tournament championship ... Played in six total games during the year, starting them all, and scored one goal, that coming against Canada ...
2004: A member of the 2004 Olympic Residency Training Camp, she played in four matches during the year, scoring her first career goal on May 9 against Mexico ...
2003: Earned one cap in 2003, that coming against Italy ...
Youth National Teams: A key member of the USA's 2002 Under-19 World Championship Team, she was the unsung hero of the team for her tireless work and poise in the midfield ... Also a key member of the U.S. team that qualified in T&T for the World Championship ... Helped the U.S. U-21s to the Nordic Cup titles in 2003 in Denmark, 2004 in Iceland and 2005 in Sweden ... Also a member of the USA's 2001 Under-21 Nordic Cup championship team, scoring two goals in the tournament, one against Denmark and then against Sweden in the championship game ... Earned 14 Under-21 caps and 21 Under-19 caps during her youth career ... Also played with the U.S. U-16 National Team in 2000, meaning that by the age of 17, she had played for the USA at four levels ...
First Appearance: March 7, 2001, vs. Italy ...
First Goal: May 9, 2004, vs. Mexico.
College / High School: As a senior, she started all 23 games she played in, scoring 10 goals with eight assists and finished her college career with 30 goals, an impressive number from the midfield ... Helped UNC to a 23-1-1 record in her final college season ... Named First-Team NSCAA All-American for the second year in a row, and First-Team All-ACC for the third year in a row ... Also named a Soccer America MVP ... As a junior, she started 22 of 23 games she played for the Tar Heels, scoring six goals with five assists ... She was named First-Team All-ACC and a First-Team NSCAA All-American ... As a sophomore, she had a stellar season, helping UNC to the NCAA title and a perfect 27-0-0 record ... Started 26 of 27 games and scored 11 goals with 12 assists ... Named First-Team All-ACC and an NSCAA Second-Team All-American ... Named to the ACC All-Freshman Team in 2002 ... Due to injuries, she missed a large part of the second half of the season, but played in 16 games, starting 11 and had three goals and seven assists ... Attended Nerinx Hall in St. Louis, Mo. ... Was an All-Conference and All-State selection as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Helped the Markers to an undefeated regular season as a junior ... Named NSCAA and Parade All-American as a junior and senior.
Club: Played for the Gateway Strikers at a forward from 1994-'95 before moving to JB Marine, where she played for eight years ... Won the U-23 national championship with JB Marine in 2004.
Personal: Full name is Lori Christine Chalupny ... Nickname is "Chalupa" or "Chalups" ... On the Honor Roll at Nerinx Hall as a sophomore, junior and senior...Volunteered for the St. Louis Crisis Nursery, a haven for troubled kids ... Enjoys tennis, hanging out with her 14-year-old sister Casey and chasing around her black lab, Mr. Eko ... Honored for maintaining an "A" average in math for all four years at Nerinx ... Eats filet mignon dinner the night before leaving for any national team trip.