At Delaware: Third-year letterwinner • expected to contribute again on both sides of the ball • has played in 46 career games with 36 starts at Delaware.
2012 Season: Started in 15 of the 16 games she saw action • dished out one assist on the season against Colonial Athletic Association foe Georgia State • registered one shot on goal • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the CAA quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda.
2011 Season: Appeared in all 21 games while starting 17 on defense as a sophomore • led team to 10-7-4 record and CAA Tournament semifinal berth for Grzenda • had only point of the season with an assist in 4-1 victory over Siena on Sept. 9 • took one shot vs. Stony Brook on Aug. 26.
2010 Season: Saw action in nine games as a freshman • started in four of the last five games • took one shot in four games, with one on goal • made first career start vs. VCU (Oct. 15) • team outscored opponents 16-10 in games she played • team went 8-10-1.
High School: Four-year letter winner under head coaches Chris Godart and Kristi Williams at Westfield High • two-year captain at the midfield and forward position • helped team to a 12-5-2 overall record and a Northern Region semifinal appearance in 2010 • named to the first team All-District team in 2009 and 2010 • placed on the all-region second team in 2009 and 2010 • Washington Post Honorable Mention All Metropolitan, 2009 • Washington Post first tem All-Metropolitan, 2010 • Virginia State Cup winner while playing for Vista Fury from 2000-2009 • moved to Loudoun Soccer club in 2009, Virginia State Cup Finalist • honor roll student • wrote for the high school newspaper, Bulldog Newspaper.
Personal: Brittany Mary Bonzano ("bon-zahno") • daughter of Jim and Kathy Bonzano • born Dec. 27, 1991 • health behavior science major at Delaware with a minor in public health • has three younger siblings, Nicole, Dominic and Natalie • works as a nanny during the summer • father is a Fire Battalion Chief • lists Alexander Ovechkin (NHL Washington Capitals) as biggest influence in athletic career for his determination to win and abilities as a team leader.
Career Statistics at Delaware