Career years: 1994-2010
Clubs: Atlanta Beat, Washington Freedom
Accolades: 1999 World Cup Best Goalkeeper Award, 2003 WUSA Goalkeeper of the Year

The goalkeeper on two Olympic gold medal teams and one World Cup champion team, Briana Scurry—with apologies to Hope Solo—is the best keeper the American women's game has ever seen. Her 173 international caps is the most among female goalkeepers, and she recorded 71 shutouts in her 159 international starts. Her greatest performance came at the 1999 World Cup, where she played every minute, and only allowed three goals across six matches, keeping four clean sheets en route to winning the whole damn thing. That's stonewall.