CRISTA Cullen has earned her 150th international cap.
The Boston-born hockey player reached the landmark while representing Great Britain in a tour of the USA this week.
And the game also finished on a high for the 26-year-old as GB won 4-0 in San Diego, earning a 5-0 clean sweep against the US.
“Great to finish the USA tour with a win 4-0 and feel totally honoured to get my 150th cap for my country,” she wrote on Twitter on Monday.”
Cullen’s 150 caps have come in combined appearances for both England and Great Britain.
She has enjoyed great success at international level, having helped England to bronze at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.
She was also Great Britain’s top scorer at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Cullen now hopes to add to her international caps, with her sights set on glory at London 2012.
She curremntly plays her club hockey for Leicester.