Chat with Kristine Lilly

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Lilly passed her No. 13 down to current U.S. player Alex Morgan.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Wednesday, retired U.S. Women's National Soccer team great Kristine Lilly stops by to chat about her career and Title IX.

Lilly retired in Jan. 2011 as the most capped player in world history in either men's or women's soccer with 352. Her 130 career goals is second only to Mia Hamm in U.S. history. She is the only woman to ever play in five World Cups, helping win two and finishing third three times. To go with her four NCAA championships, she also won two Olympic gold medals and one silver.

Lilly made the U.S. team as a 16-year-old junior in high school in 1987, playing in just the 16th match in the history of the U.S. women's team. She is both the youngest and oldest player to ever score a goal for Team USA.

Send your questions now and join Lilly Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET!

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