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Catherine Reddick Whitehill (born Catherine Anne Reddick; February 10, 1982) is an American retired professional soccer defender, who was also an assistant coach of the Boston Breakers in the NWSL. Whitehill last played for the Boston Breakers in 2015 and previously played for the Washington Freedom and the Atlanta Beat in the WPS as well as the United States women's national soccer team from 2000 to 2010. On November 28, 2012, while serving as a television commentator for a match between USA and Republic of Ireland, Whitehill expressed an interest in working her way back into the national team.

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  • Catherine Reddick Whitehill (born Catherine Anne Reddick; February 10, 1982) is an American retired professional soccer defender, who was also an assistant coach of the Boston Breakers in the NWSL. Whitehill last played for the Boston Breakers in 2015 and previously played for the Washington Freedom and the Atlanta Beat in the WPS as well as the United States women's national soccer team from 2000 to 2010. On November 28, 2012, while serving as a television commentator for a match between USA and Republic of Ireland, Whitehill expressed an interest in working her way back into the national team.
  • Catherine Anne Reddick Whitehill (* 10. Februar 1982 in Richmond, Virginia als Catherine Anne Reddick) ist eine ehemalige US-amerikanische Fußballspielerin. Sie spielte zehn Jahre in der US-amerikanischen Nationalmannschaft.
  • Catherine Reddick Whitehill (Richmond, Virginia, Estados Unidos; 10 de febrero de 1982) de soltera: Catherine Anne Reddick, es una exfutbolista estadounidense. Jugaba como defensa y su último equipo fue el Boston Breakers de la National Women's Soccer League de Estados Unidos.​
  • Catherine Anne Whitehill, née Catherine Anne Reddick à Richmond (Virginie) le 10 février 1982, est une joueuse américaine de soccer. Elle évolue au poste de défenseur.
  • Cat Whitehill, właśc. Catherine Anne Whitehill, z domu Reddick (ur. 10 lutego 1982 w Richmond) – amerykańska futbolistka, była zawodniczka Uniwersytetu Karoliny Północnej, reprezentantka Stanów Zjednoczonych, uczestniczka mistrzostw świata w 2003 (III miejsce) i w 2007 (III miejsce), złota medalistka Letnich Igrzysk Olimpijskich 2004 w Atenach. Do wyjścia za mąż w 2005 grała jako Cat Reddick.
  • Catherine Reddick Whitehill (nascida Catherine Anne Reddick), mais conhecida como Cat Whitehill (Richmond, 10 de fevereiro de 1982), é uma futebolista estadunidense que atua como zagueira. Atualmente, joga pelo Washington Freedom.
  • Catherine "Cat" Reddick Whitehill, född den 10 februari 1982 i Richmond, Virginia, är en amerikansk fotbollsspelare. Vid fotbollsturneringen under OS 2004 i Aten deltog hon i det amerikanska lag som tog guld.
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