Carli Lloyd played in her 310th international match. (Jack Gruber-USA TODAY Sports)

Some interesting facts and figures about the U.S. women’s national team after advancing to the Olympic tournament semifinals Friday.

U.S. Soccer supplied the information.

The USA’s record against the Netherlands now stands at 8-1-1, as the match officially goes down as a draw. It was their second meeting in the knockout rounds of a world championship after winning the 2019 Women’s World Cup Final 2-0 vs. the Dutch in Lyon, France on July 7, 2019.

With the result, head coach Vlatko Andonovski is 23-1-3 in his first 27 games.

Andonovski made five changes from the starting line-up against Australia on Monday. Abby Dahlkemper replaced Tierna Davidson on the back line, Lindsey Horan replaced Rose Lavelle in midfield while Tobin Heath, Carli Lloyd and Lynn Williams replaced Alex Morgan, Christen Press and Megan Rapinoe up front.

Crystal Dunn and Alyssa Naeher have started all four matches for the USA so far at the Olympics.
Horan and Lloyd are the only two players to appear in all 16 matches for the USA so far in 2021.

With her appearance against the Netherlands, Lloyd earned her 310th cap for the USWNT and is now just one shy of tying Christie Pearce Rampone for the second-most caps in international soccer history.