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KAI LOOKING TO MAKE HISTORY FOR HAWAI'I (Posted: 3/4/2006)

As close as we can tell, 29 states have produced players who have registered at least one cap for the U.S. Women's National Team. That number could move to 30 next week. As the only uncapped player on the Algarve Cup roster, forward Natasha Kai will make history for her home state if she gets into a game, becoming the first-ever player from Hawai'i to play for the full U.S. Women's National Team. Visit ussoccer.com next week for a feature on Kai, a former star for the University of Hawai'i Rainbow Wahine (and Leahi Alum!).