Suffern, New York
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Personal: Bosco is the daughter of Traci Bosco-Myhal and the late Richard Bosco. Her mother is remarried to Thomas Myhal. Richard played basketball at SUNY-Geneseo. Bosco has a younger sister named Jenna Myhal, who plays lacrosse at the University of Tampa, and an older brother named Rich. She also coaches travel lacrosse.
2023 Season: In the 2023 season, she was chosen as one of the 11 players in the Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse College Draft.
At Maryland: Bosco started all 43 games for the Terrapins. She scored two goals and provided one assist while collecting 106 ground balls and causing 73 turnovers. She also ranked seventh on Maryland's career draw controls list with 187 over two seasons. Bosco was nominated twice for the Tewaaraton Award and received two First-Team IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region commendations. In the 2023 campaign, she was selected as a Second-Team All-American by IWLCA and Inside Lacrosse. In 2022, she earned First-Team IWLCA All-America notice. Bosco was also named to the USA Lacrosse Magazine All-America Team twice, receiving First-Team honors in 2022. She was named the 2022 Big Ten Conference Defender of the Year and received First-Team All-Big Ten distinction in both years at Maryland. During her graduate season, she recorded a team-high 43 ground balls and ranked second on the team with 98 draw controls. In 2022, she ranked second in NCAA Division I with 63 ground balls, which is the eighth-best in Maryland's history. She also led the team with 26 caused turnovers and finished second with 89 draw controls.
At Penn: Bosco was a four-year letter winner at Penn. She started 42 out of 43 contests for the Quakers from 2018-2021. During her time at Penn, she scored 18 goals, provided two assists, collected 90 ground balls, and recorded 81 draw controls. As a sophomore, she received Second-Team All-Ivy League recognition after leading the conference with 54 ground balls. She also earned Academic All-Ivy accolades during the COVID-shortened 2020 season. In 2018, Bosco led the Quakers to the Ivy League regular season title.
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