Carrie Moore O'Keeffe (Player) - Inducted 2022
Carrie Moore played for the Roanoke Star Soccer Club from 1987 to 1995. In 1996 Carrie joined the McLean Zephyr who went on to become the U-18 VYSA State Champions, the USYS Region I Champions and the USYS National Runners-up. In 1997 the Zephyr moved to the Braddock Road Youth Club (BRYC) and as U-19’s they were the VYSA State Champions and the USYS Region I Runners-Up. As U-20’s the BRYC Zephyr went on to become the U-20 State Champions, the USYS Region I Champions, and the USYS National Champions. Carrie was a member of the VYSA ODP State Team from U-14 through U-19, and a member of the USYS Region I Regional team from U-16 through U-19. She was a four-year varsity starter for Patrick Henry High School in Roanoke.
At the collegiate level, Carrie was a four-year starter for William & Mary. As a defensive midfielder, she was a key component of the squad during one of its most successful eras. She was selected as one of the TOP 25 players in the Women’s Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) history. She earned All-CAA selection all 4 years, earned First Team Honors for 3 years, and earned CAA All Region selection for 2 years. She was 5th in W&M Most Appearances: 90 Games played, including 88 starts. Carrie was inducted into the William & Mary Hall of Fame – Class of 2014.
After college, Carrie was a first-round draft choice for the Washington Freedom; 14th overall pick of the inaugural WUSA Draft. She played central defender for the Freedom from 2001 to 2003, earning a spot on the WUSA All Star squad in 2002.