Carli Lloyd lives for big occasions. This is, after all, a player who twice has scored the game winner in an Olympic final. The U.S. international also has been a remarkably consistent performer. If all goes well at this summer’s Women’s World Cup, Lloyd will likely earn her 200th cap during the tournament, making her the 10th U.S. woman to reach the mark. And she’ll do so as one of the team’s main attacking weapons, able to punish opposing defenses with a pass or shot or off the dribble.