Former Alaska Anchorage standout Marie-Sophie Boggasch rejoins the Seawolves for her second season as a graduate assistant coach in 2019-20.
In her first year on the staff, UAA produced the top season in program history, setting 17 school records, including bars, beam, floor and overall average and NQS marks.
A four-year letterwinner (2013-16), the native of Schwarzenbach am Wald, Germany, competed on vault, bars and floor exercise for UAA, helping the Seawolves break school records for team season average and RQS as both a junior and senior. A three-time Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic Team honoree, she tied for runner-up on uneven bars at the 2015 MPSF Championships.
Boggasch graduated from UAA with a 4.00 grade-point average in 2016, earning her bachelor’s degree in aviation technology. Now a professional pilot, she flies seasonally for Regal Air. Boggasch is currently pursuing a master of science degree in interdisciplinary studies at UAA. After completing her competitive career at Michigan State in 2015, Cartwright served as a student assistant for the Spartans in 2016, helping the team qualify for the NCAA Championships.
|Position:||Graduate Assistant Coach|
|Hometown:||Schwarzenbach am Wald, Germany|
|High School:||Otto-Hahn Gymnasium|