Goal Keeper Hope Solo #1 of the United States warms up against Canada on September 22, 2011 at Jeld-Wen Field in Portland, Oregon.
Wambach became a household name for her heroics in the summer of 2011. In London, she'll remain the focal point of the U.S. attack.
"A-Rod" is in the process of being converted from an along-the-line forward to a wide attacker. Regardless, she'll be in coach Pia Sundhage's plans come July.
Morgan's made more waves off the field than on in 2012 as a swimsuit model. Come July, people will be reminded soccer's her meal ticket.
The best right wing in the world, O'Reilly will be able to consistently create chances down her flank with Abby Wambach the likely beneficiary.
As the newest contributor to the national team, the 21-year-old Canada-born Leroux was a long shot to make an Olympic team already rich in attacking options.
Rapinoe has the talent to start for almost any team in the world -- and she's starting for the United States.
Possessing as much skill as anybody on the team, Heath will provide coach Pia Sundhage a flair option off the bench.
Lloyd is the deep-lying threat in the U.S. midfield. Look for her to make at least one long-range goal in London.
The veteran Boxx will be tasked with destroying opposition attacks before they even reach Hope Solo's penalty area.
One-time WPS iron lady, Sauerbrunn is right on the cusp of breaking into the starting line-up. She'll be a crucial piece in England.
The last active member of the 1999 World Cup winners, Rampone remains among the best defenders in the world. She'll be 37 years old in London.
Winner of the Hermann Trophy as the NCAA's best player in her final year at Stanford, O'Hara's future on the national team looks destined to be at fullback despite having played attacker for most of her career.
In Germany in 2011, Cheney emerged as a core player for the team. Since then, she has been moved from a wide attacker to a through-the-middle fulcrum.
One of the team's veteran faces, London could be the last major tournament for Mitts, who is in contention to start in place of the injured Ali Krieger.
A central defender in her club world, Amy LePeilbet has soldiered on as a left defenseman for the national team, though she is getting increased competition from attacking options.
Rachel Buehler is an incumbent in central defense, likely to line up next to Christie Rampone in July.
You may know her for Dancing with the Stars or just as a face of the U.S. women's national team. We know Hope Solo as the world's best goalkeeper.
Barnhart will likely serve as the number two in goal behind Hope Solo, just as she did in Olympic qualifying in Vancouver.