Tiffany Mibrett is an energetic and considerate Olympic soccer player, inspiring the younger generation to follow their own dreams.
Member of the Gold Medal winning U.S. Women's National Team at the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. Scored 2 goals at the Olympic Games, including the match-winner versus China to capture the gold medal.
Member of the 1995 world championship team that finished third in Sweden. Tied with Kristine Lilly and Tisha Venturini as the team goal scoring leader at the Sweden '95 with three. Played with the team that won the title at the 1994 CONCACAF Qualifying Championship in Montreal and helped the team qualify for the 1995 FIFA Women's World Championship in Sweden.
Made her debut with the U.S. Team Aug. 4, 1992 against Norway. Member of the U.S. Team that won the silver medal at the 1993 World University Games in Buffalo, NY. Member of the under-20 Women's Team from 1992-93 which won the 1993 International Women's Tournament in Montricoux, France. Three-time participant of the U.S. Olympic Festival playing for the West in 1990, '93 and '94, winning a gold medal in 1993 and a silver in 1994. College/High School: Completed a successful collegiate career at the University of Portland as the school's all-time leading scorer with 103 goals and assist leader with 40 in 74 games as a starter. Finalist for the 1991, '92 and '94 Hermann Trophy and Missouri Athletic Club Award. Three-time NSCAA All-American, 1991-92, and '94 and West Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 1992 & '94. Four-time first-team All-Far West Region selection, 1991-92 & '94. Led the nation in scoring with 30 goals and 8 assists in 1994. Redshirted in the 1993 season in an effort to prolong her collegiate career and prepare for the 1995 world championship and 1996 Summer Olympic Games. The nation's second-leading scorer in 1992 with 30 goals and 12 assists. She led the team with 25 goals and six assists in 1991. Soccer America's National Freshman of the Year, led the team in goals scored with 18 and was named Portland's MVP in 1990. Two-time Parade Magazine All-American while attending Hillsboro High School in Portland. She holds Oregon high school records with 54 goals in a season and 131 for a career. Club: Played in fall 1995 and 1996 with Shiroki Serena of the women's J-League in Japan.