Junior defender Abby Bosco and senior attacker Gabby Rosenzweig of the women’s lacrosse team have earned All-American recognition from Inside Lacrosse. Bosco is a Third-Team All-American and Rosenzweig is an honorable mention.
The Quakers played five games before the rest of the season was canceled because of the coronavirus. They went 4-1, including a 17-6 win over No. 19 Georgetown in the season opener.
Bosco, from Suffern, New York, had 13 ground balls, 12 caused turnovers, and 12 draw controls in the five-game season. She averaged 2.40 caused turnovers per game, tops in the Ivy League and fifth in the nation. Last season, she started all 18 games and was a Second-Team All-Ivy selection.
Somers, New York, native Rosenzweig amassed a team-high 22 points in the five games—11 points and 11 assists. Against Georgetown in Washington, D.C., she had three goals and five assists for a total of eight points. A week later against Johns Hopkins at Franklin Field, she became the women’s lacrosse team’s all-time leading points scorer by notching five points in Penn’s 15-12 victory.
Rosenzweig averaged 4.40 points per game in the shortened season, third in the conference, and 2.20 assists per contest, the best in the Ivy League.
In three of her four years wearing Red & Blue, Rosenzweig earned All-American recognition from Inside Lacrosse. She was an honorable mention her sophomore season and a Third-Team All-American last season.