Allie Osmundson enters her third year with the Fighting Illini Soccer program, assisting the team during practices and with game day management duties. A native of Iowa, Osmundson comes to Illinois from Marshalltown High School where she previously served as the Head Girls’ Soccer Coach. Under her tenure, she led Marshalltown to back-to-back winning seasons, tripling the program’s wins from 2012 to 2013. She has coached 25 All-Conference players, four All-District players, one All-Division player and one All-State team player.

In addition to her responsibilities at Marshalltown, Osmundson also served as the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at Marshalltown Community College. Her main responsibilities with men’s program included preparing drills and scouting reports as well as managing equipment and travel arrangements. She helped guide the team to the 2012 NJCAA Tournament and has coached three NJCAA All-Americans.

Osmunsdon also has coaching experience with the Marshalltown Strikers, an Iowa club soccer program, and the Lake Country Soccer Club in Springfield, Mo.

A Division I soccer player, Osmundson was a member of the Missouri State Women’s Soccer team from 2005-08. She made the Missouri Valley All-Conference team three times in her career, and was named team captain in 2008. She was twice named the Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Week and was recognized on the Missouri Valley Conference All-Tournament Team in 2007.