Senior (2017): Captain … NEILA Academic All-New England … appeared in eight of the team's games and started all but one of them … was fourth on the team in goals (8) and points (20) and second in assists (12) … was tied for second with two man-up goals … grabbed nine ground balls … had at least one point in seven games and had six multi-point performances … had five assists in Dartmouth's 11-9 win over Vermont.
Junior (2016): Captain … was one of two players to appear in and start all 14 games … led the team in goals (20), assists (13), points (33) and shots (88) … he was fourth among the Big Green with 29 ground balls … netted two man-up goals throughout the season … scored at least one point in 11 games and had 10 multi-point performances … had a season-high six points from six goals against NJIT, scoring all but one of Dartmouth's markers … grabbed a season-high 10 ground balls against UMass Lowell.
Sophomore (2015): Appeared in and started all 13 games … led the team in both assists (21) and points (33) and was third in goals (12) … ninth in the Ivy League in assists … grabbed 13 ground balls … had multi-point performances in eight games throughout the season.
Freshman (2014): During his first season with the Big Green, he appeared in all 12 games and made five starts … in conference action, he played in six games, making three starts … recorded 10 goals, which was good for a three-way tie for second on the team, and one assist for a total of 11 points … scooped 11 ground balls.
Before Dartmouth: Osborne was a four-year member and two-year captain of the varsity lacrosse team at the Menlo School ... named the school's Freshman Athlete of the Year ... earned All-League honors four times ... was the team's offensive MVP during his sophomore and junior seasons ... Academic All-American as a senior ... SCVAL League Champions in 2010-11.
Personal: William deJongh Osborne is the son of Stephanie and Nicholas ... has two brothers.
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