Women's Soccer


Allie Osoba
Allie Osoba
17

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Orland Park, Ill.

High School:
Carl Sandburg

Height:
5-6

Position:
M

Birthdate:
02/16/1992

Club Team:
Windy City Pride

07/09/2014

45 Illini Recognized as Big Ten Distinguished Scholars

Student-Athletes Honored for Earning GPAs of 3.7 or Higher, Including Seven 4.0 GPAs at Illinois

02/04/2014

2013 Illinois Soccer Season Review

Illini Reached Fourth NCAA Sweet Sixteen; Flaws Broke School Record with NCAA-Best 23 Goals

10/28/2013

2013 Senior Reflections

Seven Illini Seniors Reflect on Memories from Illinois Soccer

10/27/2013

Flaws Sets School Record in Shutout of Michigan State, 2-0

Osoba Scores Game Winner, Flaws Nets Program-Best 19th Goal on Free Kick

10/17/2013

Flaws' Hat Trick Ties UI Record in 3-1 Win at NU

Illini Forward Equals Emily Brown's School Record, Takes Over Top Spot in Nation with 18 Goals

10/27/2013

Illinois vs. Michigan State - Senior Day - 10/27/13

Photos from Illinois' Senior Day shutout (2-0) of Michigan State at the Illinois Soccer Stadium

08/31/2013

Illinois vs. College of Charleston - 8/30/13

Photos from Illinois' 6-2 victory over College of Charleston in the home opener at the Illinois Soccer Stadium

03/06/2012

Midfielder Allie Osoba

Midfielder Allie Osoba.

Allie Osoba Photo Gallery

AT ILLINOIS

2013 - Senior: Played in all 23 games and made 19 starts ... Ranked third on the team with five goals ... Tied for fourth on the team with 11 points (5 goals and one assist) ... Scored goals against College of Charleston (8/30), Illinois State (9/1) and Indiana State (9/13) ad had the game-winning goals against Iowa (9/27) and Michigan State (10/27) ... Scored the second-fastest goal in school history against Illinois State, finding the net 16 seconds into the game off the opening kick off ... It was three seconds shy of the fastest goal in school history, which was 13 seconds by Lindsay Johnson against Penn State on Nov. 11, 2001 ... Took 22 shots and played 1,430 minutes ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.

2012 - Junior: Academic All-Big Ten ... Started in nine of 19 games played... Scored the game-winning goal in the 2-1 win at Indiana... Scored in back to back post-season games with goals vs. Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship game and at Missouri in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

2011 - Sophomore: Joined the Illini as a walk-on during the spring semester. Saw her first collegiate minutes against Gonzaga ... Tallied her first collegiate goal against Toledo ... Also saw time against Ball State, Oregon, Penn State and Indiana as a reserve midfielder.

2010 - Freshman: Was not a member of the Illini soccer team.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
2010 Chicago Tribune All-Area and All-State First Team ... 2009-10 Chicago Southtown Star All-Area Team ... Four-time All-Southwest Suburban Conference ... Three-time All-Sectional honoree ... Was the leading scorer on the 2010 Carl Sandburg team and captained the team for two seasons ... Led Carl Sandburg to second place (2010) and third place (2009) finishes in the Illinois State Championships ... Won the 2007 WAGS and 2008 US Club Regional Championships with the Windy City Pride ... 2008-10 National Honor Society member at Carl Sandburg.

PERSONAL
Daughter of Wayne and Mary Pat Osoba ... Has three sisters, Laura, Sara and Emily ... Major is Community Health ... Joined the Illini as a walk-on during the Spring, 2011 season ... Remains active in the Foundation for International Medical Relief for Children (FIMRC) and Volunteer Illini Projects (VIP) while volunteering at Crisis Nursery ... 2011 National Society of Collegiate Scholars, 2011 James Scholar and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society at the University of Illinois.

Getting to Know Allie: Favorite Athletic Teams: The Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago White Sox ... Favorite Musicians: Brad Paisley and Rascal Flatts ... Favorite TV Shows: The Office and Desperate Housewives ... Favorite Illini Athlete: Dee Brown ... Most Influenced By: "My family, they always supported me and pushed me to be the best I could be."

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Updated January 2014

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