|Title:||Assistant Coach, Women's Basketball|
Brittany Boslet returned to the Penn State Altoona women's basketball program in 2017-18 as an assistant coach for the team.
Boslet was a four-year starter at Penn State Altoona, playing from 2013-17. She holds team records for three-pointers made all-time (181), in a single season (59, 2016-17), and in a single game (7, Jan. 23, 2014). Boslet finished her playing career as the women's basketball program's seventh-leading scorer in team history with 874 career points, and she also ranks second all-time in minutes (3,265) and minutes per game (33.3), third in games played (98) and games started (88), fourth in assists (196), sixth in three-point percentage (.319), seventh in field goals made (288), and ninth in defensive rebounds (236).
Boslet graduated from Bishop Guilfoyle High School in Altoona, where she was a two-year letter winner from 2010-13 on the varsity girls basketball team. During her four-year high school career, her team won the District 6 title all four years and was the state runner-up one year. Boslet also won the District 6 sportsmanship award.
A native of Altoona, Boslet graduated from Penn State Altoona in 2017 with a degree in Criminal Justice and minors in Sociology and Psychology. She volunteers as an AAU coach for the Doug West Defenders, and she is currently employed at Manpower as a recruiter.