Sprints Coach

Desirae Osley is currently a graduate student at La Salle University pursuing her master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy while working as a behavioral health technician. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and criminal justice from La Salle University in May 2020. She began running track at 7 years old at the youth level and her passion for the sport continued throughout middle school, high school, and college. During her undergraduate years, she ran on La Salle University’s Division 1 women’s track and field team where she is part of the record holding 4x100m team.

 

Desirae Osley is originally from South Brunswick, NJ where she was a part of South Brunswick High School’s Varsity track & Field team. She earned 9 varsity letters for winter track, spring track, and cross country, received two “Athlete of the Year” awards, two “Rookie of the Year” awards, and three “Team MVP awards.” Her contributions include indoor school records in the 200m and 300m, 3 class records in 400m, 2 class records in the 200m, a school record in the 800m sprint medley, 4-time Central Jersey Sectional Champion holder in 400m, 3-time GMC/Middlesex County Champion holder in 400m, GMC/Middlesex County Champion holder in 200m and 55m.