Keelin Winters is an American retired soccer defensive midfielder who last played for the Seattle Reign FC of the National Women's Soccer League, a team she captained to two consecutive NWSL Shield wins. She previously played for 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam in the Frauen-Bundesliga, Boston Breakers in Women's Professional Soccer, the Seattle Sounders of the American USL W-League, and Western Sydney Wanderers in the Australian W-League With Turbine Potsdam, she competed in three games of the 2012–13 UEFA Women's Champions League helping lift the team to the Round of 16. She played collegiate soccer for the University of Portland and was named West Coast Conference Player of the Year in 2010. Winters represented the United States on the U-20 and U-23 national teams. She was a member of the senior national team's player pool and was allocated by U.S. Soccer during the NWSL Player Allocation, but did not play during an official international match.
About Keelin Winters
Professional soccer midfielder known for her play with the Seattle Reign of the National Women's Soccer League. She captained the United States to the 2008 Women's World Cup title.
Keelin Winters Before Fame
She played her college soccer at the University of Portland, where she was named West Coast Conference Player of the Year as a senior in 2010.
Achievement of Keelin Winters
She's also represented the United State at the U23 level and has played for the Seattle Sounders and Western Sydney Wanderers.
Keelin Winters Family Life
Her father is former NBA player and coach Brian Winters. She married Paige Pattillo in 2015.
Associations of Keelin Winters
She and Haley Kopmeyer have been teammates on the Seattle Reign.
Information related to Keelin Winters
- Seattle Sounders Women players
- Portland Pilots women's soccer players
- Boston Breakers (WPS) players
- Western Sydney Wanderers FC (W-League) players
- Women's Professional Soccer players
- University of Portland alumni
- 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam players
- Soccer players from Colorado
- LGBT people from Ohio
- Soccer players from Washington (state)
- LGBT association football players
- W-League (Australia) players
- Expatriate women's footballers in Germany
- LGBT sportspeople from the United States
- Lesbian sportswomen
- National Women's Soccer League players
- Sportspeople from Cleveland