Missy Wycinsky Pruden

Missy Wycinsky Pruden (Player) - Inducted 2021

Missy played most of her youth soccer for the McLean/Braddock Road Zephyr (aka Astros); in 1998, her Zephyr team won the USYSA National Championship. She was a member of the Region I ODP team from U-14 through U-19. Missy played her collegiate soccer at the College of William & Mary; she remains W&M's leader in points (202), assists (52), and games started (92). Missy was a 3-time NSCAA All-American, was twice named the CAA Player of the Year, was a 2-time Hermann Trophy finalist, and 3-time CAA Scholar Athlete. In her senior year, Missy was named W&M's Female Athlete of the Year. She was inducted into W&M's Hall of Fame in 2011 as an individual; her entire 1997 W&M Women's Soccer Team was later inducted in 2019. Missy was drafted by the San Diego Spirit in the inaugural 2001 WUSA draft and played there for 1 season. After retiring from soccer, Missy graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law; she practices law and lives in Richmond with her husband and two kids.