Mirjana Bosevska is in her first season as a volunteer assistant coach for the Cavaliers after four successful years swimming for the program. While serving as an assistant coach, Bosevska will continue training for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.
During her swimming career at Virginia, Bosevska was a 15-time All-American, including eight first-team honors. She won four consecutive ACC titles in the 400 individual medley. Bosevska currently holds the pool record (4:11.98) and the school and ACC records in the 400 I.M. (4:09.75) and set the school and ACC marks in the 200 I.M. (1:59.31). She is ranked second in school history in the 200 butterfly and third in both the 1000 and 1650 freestyle events. Bosevska was also a member of the fastest 800 free relay in school history.
Bosevska is a two-time Olympian, competing for her native country, Macedonia, in the 1996 Games in Atlanta and the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia. In 2002, Bosevska was named the Macedonian Women’s Athlete of the Year, the most prestigious award given by the Macedonian Olympic Committee. In the 2000 Olympics, Bosevska competed in the 400-meter I.M. (17th), 800-meter freestyle (18th), and 200-meter butterfly (20th).
Bosevska was named the 2002 Atlantic Coast Conference Swimmer of the Year as well as the Most Valuable Swimmer of the 2002 ACC Championship. In 2000, she was named ACC Rookie of the Year. Bosevska was selected to the ACC 50th Anniversary Swimming and Diving Team in August of 2002. Bosevska graduated in May 2003 with a degree in psychology and was the recipient of a Weaver-Corrigan-James Award for academic and athletic excellence.