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Rose
Lavelle

  • Position Midfielder
  • Number 16
  • Date of Birth May 14 1995
  • Hometown Cincinnati, OH
  • Height 5' 4"
  • Club Manchester City (England)

Wisconsin Badger

The 5'4" petite midfielder flew under the radar—none of the bigger schools she visited saw her as someone who would have an immediate impact. While playing for the regional team, she was coached by the University of Wisconsin’s Paula Wilkins. Lavelle shyly emailed the coach her game schedule, saying something like, hey, if you want to come…
 
“I honestly thought she might not want to,” says Lavelle. “But she had so much confidence in me, even when I didn’t have confidence in myself.” Under Wilkins’ guidance, Lavelle’s game continued to expand. Her deft, gasp-inducing touches and imagination didn’t go unnoticed: her junior year, she earned her first call-up to the U.S. National Team. She was the number one overall draft pick at the 2017 NWSL College Draft by the Boston Breakers. 
 

In Pursuit of Fun

As an 11 year old, a parent recorded a very skinny Rose Lavelle doing what she always did: juggling tricks in the backyard, by a playground set and soccer goal. As an 18 year old on the U-20 National Team, she recreated the same tricks. Lavelle has always had an infectious enthusiasm for the ball and what can be done with it—and this playfulness is exactly what makes her so dangerous. “I want to keep getting better so that I can have more fun,” says Lavelle. “The better I am, the more fun I’m having.” 
U.S. Soccer Fans In Stadium
U.S. Soccer Fans In Stadium