Siri Lynn Mullinix
Siri Mullinix led Ragsdale to the 1994 NCHSAA State Title and was named the Most Valuable Player. Skipping her senior year in high school, Mullinix went to North Carolina to play soccer where she was a three-year starter playing in 90 career games, won three ACC Championships and four NCAA Championships. In 1997, Mullinix was named the Defensive MVP of NCAA Championship game in Greensboro. Mullinix was a member of the U.S. National Team which won a silver medal in the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. As the starting keeper for the U.S. team in 2000, Mullinix appeared in 29 matches, recording 15 shutouts and an 18-5-5 mark. Mullinix was named the best goalkeeper at the 2000 CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup. She spent three seasons with the Washington Freedom of the WUSA making back-to-back Founders Cup game appearances in 2002 and 2003 and won the 2003 championship and a place on the WUSA All-Star team. In May of 2009, Mullinix joined Mia Hamm as the first-ever inductees to the Washington Freedom Hall of Fame.