|High School:||Bryn Mawr|
Brosi made vast improvements to her game last season, appearing in three games ... Posted a 2.68 GAA with a .800 save percentage ... Appeared in one game as a rookie, playing 5:29 against Boston College ... Made one save, while allowing no goals ... Before Brown: A three-year letterwinner in field hockey at the Bryn Mawr School, Brosi also played softball, basketball, and ice hockey ... A two-time National Goalkeepers Academy All-Star ... Earned First Team All-State recognition ... Participated in the 2002 and 2003 USFHA National Tournament ... Also helped to lead indoor team to a National Indoor Championship in 2003 ... Helped to lead varsity team to an undefeated season in 2000, en route to a Conference Championship ... Team won 2nd Conference Championship in 2001 ... Posted a .968 save % over three years of varsity competition ... Was also a member of East Coast Field Hockey ... Received several accolades including the Ann Pugh Award for athletic excellence and sportsmanship, the Mayor of Baltimore Citation, and the Maryland Senatorial Citation for Community Service ... Also a National Merit Commended Scholar ... Personal: Daughter of Fred and Kathleen Brosi ... Concentrating in Public Policy.