|Title:||Assistant Coach of Heavyweight Crew|
|Organization:||Women's Heavyweight Crew|
Cory Bosworth serves as Radcliffe's heavyweight assistant varsity coach and recruiting coordinator, a position she has held since the fall of 2002.
Radcliffe has reached the NCAA Championships in nine of Bosworth's previous ten seasons, and in her first season, she helped coach the 2003 squad to the national title.
Bosworth earned an undergraduate degree in English at the University of California, Berkeley, where she was a four-year member of the rowing team after originally entering the program as a walk-on. She served as captain as a senior in 1999 when the Golden Bears took a bronze at the NCAA Championships. Bosworth was a Chancellor's Scholar at California and upon graduation was given the Anna Espenschade Award as the best female student-athlete at Cal.
Bosworth first came to Radcliffe as a coaching intern and spent two fall seasons working with the novices, both heavy and light. In the spring, she coached the 2000 varsity four to a seventh-place finish at the NCAA Championships and the 2001 four to an undefeated dual season and 10th-place NCAA showing.
In the fall of 2001, Bosworth returned to California, where she earned a master's in education in the Athletes and Academic Achievement Program. She worked as a volunteer coach with California's novice program over that year.
Bosworth returned to Radcliffe to take the reins of the novice program and recruiting efforts. She has worked with novice crews and, most recently, the varsity fours. Her crews consistently finish at the top of both the Head of the Charles Regatta and Foot of the Charles Regattas in the fall and in the grand finals at the Eastern Sprints Regatta in the spring. Her recruited freshmen impact varsity boats as early as their first year and consistently over four years, while those who learn to row as walk-ons also continue on to become competitive Division I rowers. In 2006 and in 2011, Bosworth was recognized by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association as the New England Regional Assistant Coach of the Year.