Name: Adrianna Franch
Position: Goalkeeper
Sport: Soccer
Height: 5-9
DOB: 11/12/1990
Birthplace: Salina, Kan.
Hometown: Salina, Kan.
High School: Salina South High School (Salina, Kan.) ‘09
College: Oklahoma State University ‘12, Graphic Design, Web Page Development
Team/Club: Portland Thorns FC
Coach(es): Mark Parsons
Olympic Experience
  • One-time Olympian (2020), one-time Olympic medalist (bronze)
  • Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, bronze
Other Career Highlights
  • 2019 SheBelieves Cup
  • Set the record for shut-outs at Oklahoma State with 36, the sixth most in NCAA history
  • First OSU player to make the U.S. Women’s National Team
  • The 2017 and 2018 NWSL Goalkeeper of the Year, the first player to ever win the award twice
Personal: Prefers to be called “AD”...Grew up in a small town in Kansas with her mother Raqual Franch and two siblings, her brother Malik Veal and sister Patricia...Getting a home from Habitat for Humanity changed their lives...The first player from Kansas to make a U.S. Women's World Cup Team...Still describes herself as a small-town girl at heart…Listens to country before every game…Eats home-style southern breakfasts of biscuits and gravy in the mornings as often as she can...Married Emily Boscacci in 2019.