Chantel Osahor has spent her life immersed in the sport of basketball. Growing up in Phoenix, Arizona, Osahor had an extremely successful prep career winning three straight Arizona state titles and a national championship while all receiving numerous personal accolades including being named a Maxpreps All American in 2012 and East Valley Tribune Player of the year in 2012 and 2013, respectively.

At the University of Washington, Osahor compiled one of the most storied careers in program history. In her four years with the Huskies she helped propel the program to the national prominence as a key piece of three straight NCAA tournament appearances including a run to the 2016 Final Four.

Individually Osahor gained a reputation as one of the highest IQ players in the country. Her dedication to studying the game and honing her skills took her from being a solid contributor as a freshman to leading the nation in rebounds and double-doubles while earning All American honors her senior season. After graduating with a bachelors degree in political science and a minor in gender studies, Osahor was drafted and played in the WNBA for the Minnesota Lynx before pursuing her passion of coaching. She currently is a graduate assistant at Drake University.