- Five 9er since 2019
from Lawrenceville, GEORGIA
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- NCAA Division 1
- Starter all years
- 20 shutouts (4th in the nation senior year)
- SEC defensive
player of the Week (x2)
- starter 10 games
- Player of the Game vs Göteborg (Swedish Champion 2020)
- Player of the Game vs Rosengård 2020
-1+1 year contract with the OL Reign starting January 1st 2021
GPSO 92 Issy
July 2021- June 2022
- On loan from OL Reign
- D1 Arkema (French Top League)
From college straight to pro
Cosette Morché (or Cozy as she is usually called) started her college career at Louisiana Lafayette. She played there for 2 years before transferring to Texas A&M - one of the best college teams in the nation.
Adjusting to the higher level immediately, she played every single minute for Texas A&M. Her senior year she was 4th in the nation in shut-outs, with a total of 12.
After graduating in May 2019, she signed her first professional contract with Eskilstuna United.
Back to the States
Cozy was recruited as the second goalie of Eskilstuna when she arrived, but managed to take the starting spot in 10 of the Swedish league games. Two of them were against Göteborg and Rosengård, and she got Player of the Game in both!
After the 2020 season we received interest from OL Reign. It was an opportunity she happily said yes to, as she has always dreamed of playing in the NWSL.
Contract extension and loan
Morché joined a team full of superstars at OL Reign. Rose Lavelle, Megan Rapinoe, Eugenie LeSommer, Dsenifer Marozsan...
She also had tough competition from keepers such as Sarah Bouhaddi, with over 100 caps for France. Consequently she did not start any official games with the club. However, she pushed herself to the next level by daily stopping shots from the best forwards in the world.
In the summer of -21 it was time to prioritize playing time over top quality training. OL Reign extended Cozy´s contract and sent her on loan to GPSO 92 Issy in France.
After a small quad injury in the first games of the season, Cozy took her spot as the starting goalie. She quickly became a key player for the Paris team, stacking up strong performances week after week in her new country.
In September she was selected to the "Team of the Week" in the whole French top league.