Grace's Abbey Bosco To Play Soccer For Trevecca

Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Abbey Bosco
Abbey Bosco

Grace Academy Senior Goalkeeper Abbey Bosco will be signing to play for NCAA DII Trevecca University in Nashville next year.

Bosco was a four-year starter for Grace and captained the team her junior and senior seasons.  During her tenure at Grace under head coach Gretchen Hammel, she helped her teams earn one post season and one regular season district title and appeared in two regional finals with two sub-state tourney appearances.  As a Senior, she helped lead Grace to a school record 17 wins with 13 shut-outs, earned District MVP and All Region honors and along with her stellar Defense lead the State for most of the season in Goals Against Average finishing the with an overall GAA of 0.59.
 
At Trevecca, she will be joining upper class Chattanooga soccer standouts; Brooke Gann (Soddy Daisy), Anna Hoffman (CCS); Sisters Ryan and Abby Alosi (Silverdale) and fellow incoming freshman Mckenzie Nadeau (Notre Dame).  Abbey and McKenzie are part of 2nd-year coach Mark Foster’s first recruiting class which includes a total of 15 players.
 
Bosco played club soccer for Chattanooga Futbol Club under coach Patrick Winecoff for 3 years and has also been offered a spot to play with the newly formed CFC Women’s Semi-Pro Team this summer as the team's youngest player.   The opportunity would allow her to play with new Trevecca teammates Gann and Hoffman as well as her former Grace Head Coach, Gretchen Hammel.
 

 
 


 


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