Lilly retired in 2011 as the world’s all-time leader in appearances (352 caps). The three-time U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year finished with 130 international goals and 105 career assists, second only to Mia Hamm in national team history. Before becoming both the youngest and oldest player to record goals for the U.S. in a career that spanned four decades, Lilly helped the University of North Carolina to four consecutive national titles. In 1994, the Tar Heels retired her No. 15 jersey.
Stanford neuroscientists host the world’s first love competition, asking contestants between the ages of 10 and 75 to spend 5 minutes in an fMRI machine thinking deeply about the person they love. The results are certain to bring a tear to your eye.