Christen Press (11) celebrates her goal against New Zealand with forward Alex Morgan (13). (Jack Gruber-USA TODAY Network)

Here are some interesting tidbits and information about the U.S. women’s national team after its’s 6-1 win over New Zealand in the Olympic soccer tournament Saturday.

U.S. Soccer supplied the info.

The USA’s record against New Zealand now stands at 16-1-1 and 4-0-0 at the Olympics.

* With the victory, head coach Vlatko Andonovski is now 23-1-1 in his first 25 games.
With their inclusion in today’s match day roster, Jane Campbell, Casey Krueger and Catarina Macario are now officially deemed Olympians by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

* Horan became the 41st player in USWNT history to reach 100 caps and the first to do so since Julie Ertz made her 100th international appearance on March 5, 2020 vs. England.

* At 27 years and 59 days old, Horan is the 18th-youngest player to reach the milestone and the youngest to do so since Alex Morgan hit the 100-cap mark at 26 years and 211 days in January of 2016.

* Horan and Carli Lloyd are the only two players to appear in all 14 matches for the USA so far in 2021.
With her start, Lloyd is the second-most capped Olympian in USWNT history, trailing only Christie Pearce Rampone (22 games) and her 18 Olympic caps rank in the top-10 all-time in the history of the Women’s Olympic Tournament.

* The opening goal was Lavelle’s second career strike against New Zealand. She also scored against the Football Ferns in the 2019 Send-Off Series.

* With her assist on Lavelle’s goal, Tobin Heath earned her 40th career assist and 6th career assist at the Olympics.
Horan became the seventh USWNT player to score a goal during her 100th cap, joining Mia Hamm, Michelle Akers, Tisha Venturini, Tiffeny Milbrett, Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan.

* Horan’s goal was also her first in an Olympics Games and her fourth of 2021.

* Captaining the USA against New Zealand, Megan Rapinoe earned her 181st career cap and her 10th appearance and eighth start overall at the Olympics.

* Emily Sonnett, Catarina Macario and Casey Krueger made their Olympics debuts, with Sonnett — an alternate in 2016 — starting the match and Macario and Krueger coming on in the second half. Nine different players have made their Olympic debuts for the USA during the 2020 Games