Left-Wing: Megan Rapinoe
Megan Rapinoe is ending the decade as well as anyone could dream, winning the Ballon D’Or and the Golden Boot at the 2019 World Cup but she was performing for the squad before her historic year. In 2011 she broke onto the scene with her cross to Abby Wambach in the 122nd minute against Brazil to send the match into penalty kicks which the US would later win. She continued her form into the 2012 Olympics scoring three goals in six matches played.
The 2015 World Cup gave Rapinoe another chance to shine and she did just that, scoring two goals and earning two assists in the tournament. Her time at the 2016 Olympic games was limited due to injury but that would not stop what would eventually become a historic 2019 for the forward.
Right-Wing: Alex Morgan
Like Rapinoe, Alex Morgan came onto the scene in 2011 scoring two times and earning an assist despite not starting in any World Cup matches. She scored three goals in the 2012 Olympics, most notably a late winner against Canada in the semifinals. Morgan would only score three times between both the 2015 World Cup and 2016 Olympics.
However, she scored six goals and three assists in the 2019 tournament. Five of her six goals coming in the 13-0 win over Thailand in addition to all three assists. Her lone goal outside the match came at a vital time as it was the game-winner against England in the semifinals to send the USWNT to the final against the Netherlands.
Striker: Abby Wambach
Saving the best for last, Abby Wambach goes down as not only one of the best to ever play for the USWNT, but perhaps the best the world has ever seen. Her career ended in 2015 but she still was one of the most influential players this decade. She scored four goals in the 2011 World Cup, most notably the last-minute equalizer against Brazil in the semifinals. Following 2011, her 2012 year ended with five goals en route to the Olympic gold.
The 2015 World Cup would be the last fans saw of Wambach as she ended her career as a World Cup champion and one of the best players to ever play the game.