Natalie Kosko

Natalie Kosko
USA Rugby Eagle Profile
BornMarch 9, 1993

Natalie Kosko discovered rugby in 2012 during a run around Vero Beach where she was training to be part of Cirque du Soleil. As a State Champion Gymnast all through high school, Kosko immediately gravitated towards rugby when a flyer for Indian River Rugby caught her eye. Shortly after, the emerging talent attended a USA U20 Camp where she caught the eye of Quinnipiac University who offered her a full scholarship to play.

In just her first year, Kosko was chosen to compete in the 2012 Nations Cup in England where she followed her success with a 2013 Women’s U20 Player of the Year honor by Rugby Magazine and lead the Northeast Conference in overall points (165) and tries (33). By the time she left Quinnipiac for Lindenwood Rugby, Kosko was a 2-time Collegiate All-American and joined the Women’s Eagles Sevens for the end of the 2016-17 HSBC World Sevens Series.

After helping her squad achieve a record 6th place finish, Kosko joined the Women’s Premiere League where she scored in her very first match with New York Rugby Club.

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