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Aaron Osborne Signs with Division I Soccer Program

Savannah Christian Preparatory School’s Aaron Osborne will sign a National Letter of Intent to play soccer for the University of Memphis which is a division I school.  Aaron signs on National Signing Day, Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 1:15 pm in the beautiful pecan grove on the SCPS campus.

First an honor student, Aaron has been accepted to the honors program at Memphis as one of only 30 out-of-state students.  He is receiving an academic scholarship as well as an athletic scholarship for soccer.   He has a 3.5 GPA at our challenging college-prep school while taking advanced and AP course work.  Top level academic success, proven athletic abilities and demonstrated student leadership will make Aaron a dynamic addition to the student body at the University of Memphis.

He is the son of Dan and Lori Osborne of Savannah.  His younger sister, Alex, who is a student at SCPS and photographer, has captured gorgeous shots of her brother in action.

As a Raider Aaron is only five assists away from tying the most assists in school history.  He may also retire from SCPS in second place as with the most goals scored.  Aaron was also named the Georgia Class A Soccer Player of the Year in 2015 by Divarsity.  In addition he has earned the following:

  • All Area Champions 2013, 2014, 2015
  • All Area 2nd team 2013
  • All Area 1st team 2014, 2015
  • Four year letterman in Soccer
  • Four year letterman in Basketball
  • Scored 35 goals in 2015- career high
  • Scored 20 assists in 2015- career high

In club teams Aaron made it to the national regional semi-finals this past summer as well as taking the title of second leading goal scorer.

When asked about his decision to sign with Memphis, Aaron responded, “I chose Memphis because they have an outstanding international business program.  The soccer program is on the rise, and I fell in love with the city.  The university has close ties with major companies headquartered in Memphis, and I will have many exceptional career options after college.”