Bryn Boucher is now in her third season as an assistant coach at Tufts. A Division I player at the University of Maryland, she came to Tufts right after college.
In 2018, Boucher was part of the Jumbo coaching staff which led Tufts to a 13-5 record, the most wins the program has seen since 2009. The team also made it to the second round of the NCAA Championship for the first time since 2015. Tufts finished the 2018 season ranked 13th in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) poll. In her first year with the Jumbos in 2017, Tufts won 10 games.
At the University of Maryland, Boucher played lacrosse for all four years. As a senior she started all 23 games for the Terrapins at midfield and accumulated 21 goals and five assists for 26 points along with 14 ground balls and 13 draw controls. In her four years, the team went 88-4, won three conference championships, made it to the NCAA Championship all four years and won two NCAA Division I titles.
After college, Boucher began playing for the Philadelphia Force of the United Women’s Lacrosse League.
Originally from Hingham, Massachusets, she attended Thayer Academy where she was a part of the 2012 ISL Championship team. She was a 2012 Under Armour All-American and an All-League honoree there.