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Emily Ogle
U.S. Under-20 Women's National Team

Emily Ogle

Midfielder Caps/Goals -
  • Date of Birth

  • Height

    5-5

  • Hometown

    Strongsville, Ohio

  • Club

    Internationals SC

She played for the U.S.U-14 GNT in 2010, the U-18 WNT in 2014 and the moved up to the U-20 WNT for this cycle … Heads into the Women’s World Cup with 16 caps and one goal, scored against Venezuela on Oct. 10 in the USA’s final match before the World Cup …  Traveled to Papua New Guinea for a pre-World Cup test run and matches in May of 2016 … One of eight players on the roster that was not on the U.S. team that won the 2015 CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship in Honduras as she was helping Penn State win the NCAA title.

College / High School: Attends the Penn State University, but is red-shirting what would be her junior season to play in the World Cup … As a sophomore in 2015, she helped Penn State win the NCAA Championship and was named to the Women’s College Cup All-Tournament Team ... An NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region First-Team honoree ... Named to the All-Big Ten Second Team … Started all 27 matches in the Nittany Lion midfield and opened the year with a game-winning goal in the 68th minute against Hofstra … Played the full time in 13 matches … Played all 90 minutes in Penn State’s 1-0 victory over Duke in the College Cup Final ... Finished fourth on the team in minutes played (2,098) and finished the season with seven goals and five assists … As a freshman in 2014, she was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year and to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team ... Started all 24 games, scored a goal and added an assist in her collegiate debut vs. West Virginia …  Had six assists on the season with three goals: one apiece vs West Virginia, Bucknell and at Wisconsin … Logged 1,922 minutes of playing time and played at least 90 minutes in 11 games … An NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Third-Team honoree … Attended Strongsville High School where she scored 13 goals with 10 assists in 2011, helping the Mustangs to a Division I State championship ... Had 15 goals and 13 assists as a freshman in 2010 ... Was a 2011 ESPN State All-Star … Did not play high school soccer her last two seasons.

Club: Played from U-10 through U-12 for Cleveland United SC and the moved to Internationals SC from U-12 through U-18 … Won the OYSAN State Cup from 2009-2012 … Helped Internationals win the 2012 U-16 U.S. Club National Championship while played … Also helped her U-15 club to the 2012 U.S. Youth Soccer Region II championship game and to 3rd place in Nationals … Was the Golden Ball and a member of the Best XI at Nationals.

Full name is Emily Helena Ogle … Nickname is Ogie … Majoring in Kinesiology … Named Academic All-Big Ten in 2015 and was a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar … Was in the National Society of High School Scholars at Strongsville … Won the school Scholar Athlete award in 2010, 2011 and 2012 … Was on the honor roll during all four years of high school … Won outstanding academic achievement awards in social studios, Spanish and Pre-Med … Member of the Math Club and Mu Alpha Theta … Member of the National Honors Society … Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes … Enjoys getting her nails done, coloring and watching Netflix … Mom Donna is a CPA and dad Jeff is a mechanical engineer … Also loves to dance, long board and roller blade … She has four brothers, the youngest of which are twins … Three words that best describe her on the field are “technical, analytical and competitive” … Favorite classes are math and anatomy …She does not have her ears pierced … Favorite men’s soccer player is Lionel Messi … Lists her biggest athletic inspirational as Ohio’s own LeBron James … Has two dogs, a black lab named Nala and a miniature schnauzer named Lucy … Favorite TV shows are One Tree Hill, This is Us and Jane the Virgin … Favorite musical artists are Chainsmokers, Wiz Khalifa and Chris Brown  … Favorite snack is over-easy eggs on an English muffin with jelly … Favorite dessert is frozen yogurt.
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