|Hometown:||Mission Viejo, Calif.|
|High School:||Capistrano Valley HS|
AS A SENION IN 2009: Earned All-WCC First Team Honors ... received NSCAA All-West Region First Team recognition ... named a second-team NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-American ... named to the All-WCC Academic Team ... named WCC Player of the Week (Sept. 21) ... earned a spot on the WCC Preseason All-Conference Team ... selected in the third round with the second pick in the 2010 Women's Professional Soccer draft by the L.A. Sol, but allocated to the F.C. Gold Pride following the fold of the Sol ... started all 23 games for the Broncos ... led the team with seven assists and was second on the team in points (13) ... all three of her goals scored in the season were game winners (Aug. 21 at SJSU, Sept. 20 vs. Colorado, and Oct. 16 at USF).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2008: Team Tri-Captain ... started at forward in 14 matches ... missed remainder of season due to a knee injury ... started season opener at San Jose State (Aug. 22), notching an assist on Anessa Patton's second half goal (Aug. 22) ... started game vs. West Virginia (Aug. 29), but saw limited time due to illness, had three shots ... had two shots and one shot on goal vs. then-No. 5 Notre Dame (Aug. 31) ... posted two shots vs. then-No. 5 North Carolina (Sept. 14) ... attempted five shots against Cal Poly (Sept. 19) ... had seven shots vs. Arizona (Oct. 5), three were on goal ... scored first goal of the season vs. then-No. 20 USD (Oct. 12).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007: Started in all 21 of the Broncos contests ... received NSCAA All-West Region Second Team honors ... named to All-WCC First Team (Nov. 14) ... finished the season with a team-best 20 points and tied for first on the team with seven goals ... earned Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Season honors (Nov. 14) ... scored the game-winning goal against San Francisco (Nov. 4) ... netted the equalizing goal against Pepperdine (Oct. 19) ... attempted seven shots against UCSB (Oct. 17) ... scored the first goal of the game and chipped in with an assist on Chioma Igwe's goal against CS Fullerton (Oct. 12) ... attempted one shot against then-No. 2 UCLA (Oct. 7) ... took two shots against then-No. 1 Stanford (Oct. 5) ... had four shots against then-No. 22 Cal (Sept. 30) ... dished out two assists against Cal Poly (Sept. 28) ... scored the game-winning goal against Arizona State (Sept. 21) ... dished out an assist on Courtney Lewis' game-tying goal against then-No. 20 Missouri (Sept. 16) ... had four shots against then-No. 12 Rutgers (Sept. 14) ... earned Soccer Buzz and TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week honors (Sept. 3-9) ... named to the Santa Clara adidas Classic all-tournament team (Sept. 9) ... score two goals and assisted on Courtney Lewis' goal against then-No.2 Notre Dame (Sept. 7) ... made three total shots, two on goal, in Season Opener against San Jose State (Aug. 31).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006: Started 19 of 21 matches ... earned a spot on the Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America Third Team ... named to All-WCC First Team and WCC All-Freshman team ... was named WCC Player of the Week and to the National Teams of the Week of Soccer America and Soccer Buzz for performances during week of Oct. 16-22 ... scored third goal of the year against Gonzaga on Oct. 22 ... netted game-winner in 3-2 win over Portland on Oct. 19, making highlight reel run through Pilot defense to score in lower corner ... had two assists in 6-0 win over San Jose State on Oct. 4 ... assisted on each of the team's goals in 2-0 victory over Stanford on Sept. 30 ... scored her first collegiate goal on Sept. 22 against No. 3 UCLA ... recorded an assist on team's lone goal at Notre Dame on Sept. 3 ... assisted on team's second goal against Harvard on Sept. 1 ... named to Notre Dame adidas Classic All-Tournament team ... earned assist on game-winner of 1-0 victory over Wake Forest on Opening Night in collegiate debut ... was named Santa Clara adidas Classic MVP and to Soccer America's National Team of the Week for her performance over Opening Weekend.
NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: A member of the U-17 National team in 2004 ... named as an alternate to the U-19 National team, which played in the FIFA U-19 World Championships ... member of ODP regional team from 2000-04 ... a member of the U.S. U-23 National team from 2007 to the present ... scored one goal against England at the 2008 Nordic Cup.
CLUB TEAM: Played for the Southern California Blues U-19 team ... also played for the Laguna Hills Eclipse with Bronco teammates Courtney Lewis, Brittany Klein and Jenna Belcher ... team swept the state, regional and national titles in 2005 ... won national title in 2002.
AT CAPISTRANO VALLEY: Graduated a semester early in 2006 ... previously attended and played soccer for Santa Margarita Catholic ... was named Serra League Defensive MVP all three years as well as All-CIF ... twice named to All-County team ... did not play soccer senior year due to early graduation ... named to Honor Roll all four years ... one of three students from her school awarded the KIWANIS Club Community and Academic Achievement Award.
PERSONAL: Full name is Kiara Bosio ... born in Anaheim, Calif. ... parents are Angelo and Shoneen Bosio ... has one older sister, Daniella, who played soccer at Pepperdine ... enjoys music and dancing ... major is undecided business.
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