Celeste Boureille

Celeste Boureille
Celeste Boureille
Celeste Boureille
Midfielder
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Real Name: Celeste Boureille
HT: 5' 9"
Pronunciation: BOO-ray
Age: 24 (04/20/1994)
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.

2018: Made 21 appearances (18 starts), career highs in both categories, logging 1586 minutes...Appeared in her first NWSL playoff game against Seattle on Sept. 15...Started for a 12th consecutive match, her 21st appearance of the season, on Sept. 7 against Seattle...Made her seventh start of the season, logging 90 minutes against Houston on June 22...Appeared in her ninth game of the season, playing 30 minutes against Chicago on June 16...Logged 45 minutes in a starting role against Seattle on May 5...Started and played all 90 minutes in four consecutive matches (March 24-April 20). 

2017-18: Played on loan during the NWSL offseason with the Brisbane Roar of the Australian W-League,  helping guide the side to a W-League Premiership....Started and played in all 12 regular-season matches for the Roar...Scored her first professional goal, the game-winner, in a 2-1 win over Melbourne Victory.

2017: Appeared in 17 matches (13 starts), logging 1,181 minutes...Made her 17th appearance of the season, earning her 13th start, on the road against Boston on Sept. 10...Logged three consecutive substitute appearances (July 22-Aug. 12)...Made her 12th start of the season, playing 90 minutes against North Carolina on July 15...Appeared in her 11th straight match, logging 23 minutes as a substitute against FC Kansas City on June 28...Made her ninth straight start against Sky Blue FC on June 24...Started and logged 90 minutes in five consecutive games (April 15-May 13). 

2016-17: Played on loan in the offseason for W-League side Canberra United, helping lead the team to a regular-season title and a spot in the W-League playoffs...Started and played in all 13 games, including an extra-time semifinal loss against eventual W-League Champion Melbourne City FC...Made her professional debut with Thorns FC, starting and playing all 90 minutes against Seattle on May 29...Played in six games (5 starts), logging 422 minutes during the regular season...Started four straight games, playing all 90 minutes from July 2-July 30...Made an appearance as a substitute on Sept. 4 at home against the Boston Breakers.

Youth International
2017:
Called into camp with the US U-23 Women’s National Team for three games in La Manga, Spain, making three appearances and earning one start.

College (University of California-Berkeley)
2015: Earned second-team All-PAC 12 honors, helping lead California to the NCAA Tournament ... Started and played in all 22 matches, tallying five goals and two assists. 2014: Played in 19 games (15 starts), recording six goals and five assists ... Registered a brace against Stanford on Nov. 6 ... Tallied the game-winning assist in a win over #24 Santa Clara on Sept. 14. 2013: Appeared in 21 games (7 starts) ... Scored a pair of goals, both game winners. 2012: Played in all 22 games as a freshman, starting in 7 matches ... Scored three goals, including a pair of game winners.

 

 


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