Leslie Osborne

Leslie Osborne

Midfielder at Boston Breakers

Location:
200 Dexter Ave., Watertown, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(617) 945-1704

General Information

Experience

Chief Marketing Officer  - Sweat Cosmetics

Director of Leadership Development and Special Projects; Director of Jerry Smith Coaching for Life  - Santa Clara University

Studio and Analyst  - FOX companies

Education

Catholic Memorial High School

B.A.  - Communications , Santa Clara University

degree  - communications , Santa Clara University

Affiliations

Color Commentator  - FOX Soccer Plus

Professional Athlete  - Chicago Red Stars

Advisory Boards Member  - America SCORES Boston

Member  - U.S. National LLC

National Advisory Board Member  - Positive Coaching Alliance

American Soccer Defensive Midfielder and Member  - the United States Women's National Soccer Team

U.S. National Soccer Team Member  - Mistura Beauty Inc

U.S. National Team Member  - USA CUP

U.S. National Team Member  - BananAlbum

US Soccer Team Member  - Miller Children's Hospital

Member  - U.S. Women’s National Team. Osborne

Member  - FC Gold Pride

Women's Team Member  - U.S. Soccer Development Academy

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Leslie Osborne
Leslie Osborne remains to this day the only female soccer player from Wisconsin to play in a FIFA Women's World Cup. She began her athletic career as a talented tennis and soccer player. One day, her dad, John Osborne, encouraged Leslie to pick between the two sports, Leslie chose soccer, and the rest is one of the best stories in Wisconsin soccer history. That team won the ODP Regional Tournament, and Leslie played effectively as the left midfielder on that team, even though she was only 12 years old at the time. She went on to play many successful years of club soccer with FC Milwaukee Nationals and Chicago Eclipse. During her high school playing career at Catholic Memorial, Leslie led her team to state championships and the NSCAA/adidas Final #1 High School National Ranking in 2000. Leslie twice led her Catholic Memorial team to top-10 finishes in the National High School rankings, and led her varsity team to four consecutive Academic All-American Team Awards. At CMH Leslie recorded 97 goals and 79 assists while leading her prep squad to a 83-5-6 record. At the University of Santa Clara, Leslie earned the NCAA's prestigious Honda Award as the nation's top female athlete in her sport, and finished her Bronco career with 44 goals and 34 assists. In addition, Leslie was named the WCC Defender of the Year, becoming the first player in league history to be selected as both the Player of the Year (which she accomplished in 2003) and Defender of the Year. Leslie also won a women's club national championship, a U-19 FIFA Women's World Cup championship, and an NCAA National Championship with the University of Santa Clara. In the U-19 World Cup final, Leslie played in the ball that led to the golden goal to defeat Canada. During her professional career, Leslie has played in the Women's professional league, most recently for the Boston Breakers as their captain. Most notably, Leslie has earned 61 caps on the United States Women's National Team.

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Leslie Osborne
Leslie Osborne remains to this day the only female soccer player from Wisconsin to play in a FIFA Women's World Cup. She began her athletic career as a talented tennis and soccer player. One day, her dad, John Osborne, encouraged Leslie to pick between the two sports, Leslie chose soccer, and the rest is one of the best stories in Wisconsin soccer history. That team won the ODP Regional Tournament, and Leslie played effectively as the left midfielder on that team, even though she was only 12 years old at the time. She went on to play many successful years of club soccer with FC Milwaukee Nationals and Chicago Eclipse. During her high school playing career at Catholic Memorial, Leslie led her team to state championships and the NSCAA/adidas Final #1 High School National Ranking in 2000. Leslie twice led her Catholic Memorial team to top-10 finishes in the National High School rankings, and led her varsity team to four consecutive Academic All-American Team Awards. At CMH Leslie recorded 97 goals and 79 assists while leading her prep squad to a 83-5-6 record. At the University of Santa Clara, Leslie earned the NCAA's prestigious Honda Award as the nation's top female athlete in her sport, and finished her Bronco career with 44 goals and 34 assists. In addition, Leslie was named the WCC Defender of the Year, becoming the first player in league history to be selected as both the Player of the Year (which she accomplished in 2003) and Defender of the Year. Leslie also won a women's club national championship, a U-19 FIFA Women's World Cup championship, and an NCAA National Championship with the University of Santa Clara. In the U-19 World Cup final, Leslie played in the ball that led to the golden goal to defeat Canada. During her professional career, Leslie has played in the Women's professional league, most recently for the Boston Breakers as their captain. Most notably, Leslie has earned 61 caps on the United States Women's National Team.

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Leslie Osborne - Boston Breakers 2010-2012
Leslie Osborne was a midfielder who played with the Breakers in two seasons of Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) and one season in the Women's Premier Soccer League Elite. Osborne was acquired by the Breakers on Oct. 12, 2009 after playing the 2009 WPS season with FC Gold Pride. The Brookfield, Wis. native played in 51 games (50 starts) in three seasons (2010, 2011, 2012) with the Breakers, logging 4,259 minutes. She served as Boston's captain in each of her three seasons. Capped 61 times for the U.S. Women's National Team, Osborne played in the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup, helping lead the U.S. to bronze. Her first appearance with the U.S. came on Jan. 30, 2004, vs. Sweden. She scored her first goal on Oct. 1, 2006, vs. Chinese Taipei.

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