UND Roster

2020-21 Softball Roster

#20 Bryn Boznanski


Height 6'0"
Class Freshman
Hometown Irvine, Calif.
High School Rosary


  • Majoring in Chemistry
  • Instagram: @brynboz20
  • “Bryn will add an offensive punch to our program,” head coach Deanna Gumpf noted. “She has massive power and a great presence on the field.”
  • “I chose Notre Dame because it offers for me the perfect combination of world-class academics and top-notch softball,” Boznanski declared. “Notre Dame has always been where I wanted to be, and I look forward to continuing the third generation of my family’s lineage there and to help bring the Fighting Irish to the College World Series.”
  • Named Salutatorian of high school class
  • Royalette Award winner, the highest honor one can receive for overall contribution to Rosary school community
  • Earned highest award for math, science and leadership
  • Rosary Outstanding Athlete of the Year (2020)
  • Trinity League Scholar Athlete of the Year (2020)
  • Named Second-Team All-Trinity League for Basketball, also won the California State Championship in basketball three times (2017, 2019, 2020)
  • Freshman to junior stats:
    • .435 batting average (fourth all-time in Rosary HS history) and .478 on-base percentage
    • 101 hits, 24 doubles, 52 runs scored, 55 RBI
    • Boasted a .994 fielding percentage (1 error in 160 chances) and boasted a 11-for-21 (.523) batting average with runners in scoring position as a junior.
    • Had a 13-for-19 (.684) batting average with runners in scoring position as a freshman.
  • Third-generation Domer – her father, Irish football punter Brent (’94) and grandfather, Carl (’58) attended Notre Dame.
  • Named first-team California All-State (2019)
  • Also received first-team All-CIF (region), OC Register first-team All-Orange County (district) and first-team all-conference honors (2019)
  • Played in the Trinity League, the same league which boasts Irish products Emma Clark (sophomore outfielder) and Miranda Johnson (freshman infielder).
  • Earned multiple awards from Rosary HS, including 2019 Junior Multi-Sport Athlete of the Year and Softball Varsity Rookie of the Year