The Villanova midfielder still managed to tally 25 points and help the Wildcats to a 9-5 record. He was in the starting lineup as a sophomore after spending his freshman year coming off the bench and learning how things were done at the college level.
"It's much more intense in college," Rosato said. "The players are much better, too."
Rosato scored 3 goals in a 17-7 win over St. John's last month.
He also scored a goal in a 10-9 overtime win over Adelphi.
Still, Rosato believes there is room for improvement.
The former high school all-American hopes to score more on the field and in the classroom next year.
"I know I can do better," he said.
"I just had a lot of other things on my mind this year.
"I had to spend a lot of time in the lab."
Two cousins have been selected to receive the Fritz Brennan Scholarship. Lower Merion offensive and defensive lineman Richard Shippen and Harriton running back and strong safety Terrance Shippen each will get the $500 award, named after the former Lower Merion head football coach.
Terrance Shippen was Harriton's second-leading rusher, with 853 yards.
Richard Shippen was a three-year starter for Lower Merion.
The award is based on academics, football ability and need, said Bill Paolantonio of the selection committee.
The Bucknell women's lacrosse team had a disappointing year, finishing 4-13. But two area high school graduates had outstanding individual seasons despite the team's problems.
Junior Leslie Why, a Radnor High graduate, scored 18 goals and had 8 assists to finish third on the team in scoring.
Why, who scored 3 goals in a recent 17-8 win over East Stroudsburg, is Bucknell's top active scorer.
She has 56 goals and 34 assists in her career.
Freshman Tricia Way, from Phoenixville High, finished with 9 goals and 2 assists.
The Bucknell midfielder scored 2 goals in a recent 9-7 loss to Villanova.
Conestoga High graduate and West Chester University junior Jody Durante recently shot a 238 to finish 13th in the 54-hole Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championships at Treasure Lake Golf Club in Dubois, Pa.
Durante fired an 83 in the first round on the par-72 course.
He shot a 78 in the second round and a 77 in the third.
Durante was West Chester's top finisher and earned second-team all- conference honors with his 13th-place finish.
Malvern Prep soccer coach Bob Martin will conduct a soccer clinic in two sessions: June 24-28 and July 8-12. The sessions, for boys and girls ages 7 to 16, will be held daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Two varsity head coaches, a college assistant, an English First Division player and other guest speakers will teach at the camp.
For more information, call Martin at 644-5454 during the day or 344-9097 at night.
Malvern basketball coach Bud Tosti will conduct a basketball clinic in three sessions. The sessions, for boys and girls ages 7 to 16, will be held June 17-21, July 15-19 and July 29-Aug. 2.
Three varsity head coaches and two college assistants will participate in the instruction.
For more information, call Tosti at 644-5454 during the day or 353-3062 at night.