LYON, France -- The United States women’s soccer team claimed its fourth Women’s World Cup title on Sunday, repeating as world champions In a game that was scoreless through the first 60 minutes. The U.S. Women's Soccer Team scored twice down the stretch for a 2-0 victory over the Netherlands to win the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Tobin Heath, a 2006 graduate of Ridge High School, is a member of the championship winning U.S. team. Heath started and saw extensive playing time Sunday, but she did not score in the championship game.

Heath had previously won two Gold medals for the U.S. Women's Team in Olympic play. She plays professionally for Portland Thorns FC of the National Women's Soccer League. Heath has 30 goals and 38 assists in her career in international competition.

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Carlie Lloyd, born in Delran, and a veteran of Team USA since the 2008 Olympics, also saw playing time in the second half on Sunday. Lloyd is also a member of New Jersey's Sky Blue FC of the National Women's Soccer League. 

After a penalty kick from Megan Rapinoe gave Team USA a 1-0 lead 61 minutes in, Rose Lavelle scored in the 69th minute to extend the lead to 2-0. Team USA attempted 17 shots to just five for the Dutch team. With Heath helping control things in the offensive end, the U.S. had possession for 54 percent of the championship match.