Hope, 30, is not only hot, she's widely considered the best goalkeeper in the world and has been the starter for the United States women’s national team since 2005. She scored 109 goals as a high school forward before moving to goal at the University of Washington near her hometown of Richland, WA. At the 2011 World Cup, Hope recorded two shutouts in group play, and then, in what is considered one of the greatest soccer games in history, made a save in a penalty shootout against Brazil in the quarterfinal, helping the Americans advance to the semi-finals. The U.S. reached the final, falling to Japan in a penalty shootout after a 2-2 draw. Hope was awarded the Adidas Golden Glove by FIFA as the tournament’s top goalkeeper. She loves traveling the world and gives back through community service projects. She's also known for being outspoken, publicly challenging her coach's decision to bench her at the 2007 World Cup.