Allysha Chapman - Defender

Name: Allysha Chapman
Pronunciation: ah-LEE-sha chap-man
Position: Defender
Height: 5-3
Jersey number: 2
Date of birth: Jan. 25, 1989
Age: 28
Hometown: Oshawa, Ontario
Citizenship: Canada
College: Louisiana State University
Last club: Houston Dash
How acquired: Acquired via trade on Nov. 29, 2016.
Follow on Twitter: @allyshachapman

Professional: In 2017, appeared in 19 games for the Breakers, logging 1,642 minutes ... In 2016, started eight of the nine matches she appeared in for the Houston Dash, logging 710 minutes … In 2015, Made NWSL debut with the Dash on the road at Sky Blue FC on April 18, 2015 ... Made five appearances (four starts) in 2015 … In 2014, joined Eskilstuna DFF in the Damallsvenskan … Appeared in 19 matches (17 starts) and scored three goals in league play … 2013: 17 games (15 starts) with IK Sirius FK in the Elitettan (Swedish second division) … Helped anchor league's best defense, conceding only 16 goals in 26 games … Scored one goal … 2012: Joined IK Sirius FK … Started 24 matches as Sirius finished second in Division 1 (lost in promotion playoffs) … Helped team to league's best defense, conceding 14 goals in 22 matches.

International: Member of the Canadian Women’s National Team … Capped 88 times for the senior team … Has one goal and two assists through 2017 … In 2016, won bronze at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio and claimed silver at the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship and was on Canada’s team that finished first at the 2016 Algarve Women’s Cup … 2015: Started in 13 of 14 matches in 2015 for the Canada national team including 5 matches in the Women’s World Cup … Played every minute of every match for the Canada national team in the Women’s World Cup … Scored first international goal on 3/9 against Italy in the Cyprus Women’s Cup … Part of Canada's roster for Four Nations Tournament in China … 2014: Earned first senior cap in October vs. Japan … YOUTH: Canada youth international … Started three matches at 2008 FIFA Women's U-20 World Cup in Chile … Started five matches as Canada won gold at 2008 CONCACAF Women's U-20 Championships … 2008 Canada Women's U-20 Player of the Year runner-up.

College: Three-year letterwinner at LSU … 2011: SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Year … All-SEC First Team … NSCAA All-South Region First Team … SEC Academic Honor Roll … 22 appearances, one goal, two assists … 2010: All-SEC First Team … NSCAA All-South Region Third Team … SEC Academic Honor Roll … 21 appearances, three assists … 2009: All-SEC Second Team … NSCAA All-South Region Third Team … SEC Academic Honor Roll  … Started 24 matches, notched two assists … 2008: Transferred to LSU … 2007 (UAB): Conference USA All-Freshman Team … Made 18 appearances, tallied one assist.

Personal: Born Allysha Lyn Chapman to Brian and Karen Chapman … Grew up in Courtice, Ontario.

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