2010: Vosburgh continued to reign as an offensive force for Penn State in 2010. Playing in every game, the veteran middie had 12 points off eight goals and four assists. He had three two-goal games (Robert Morris, UMass and Delaware). Vosburgh had four ground balls and a .485 shot-on-goal mark.
2009: Vosburgh emerged as an offensive force for the Nittany Lions in 2009, playing in all 14 games and ending the year fifth on the team in scoring. He had ten goals and seven assists, took 35 shots and grabbed ten ground balls.
2008: Vosburgh played in six games in 2008, scoring one goal and grabbing three ground balls.
Vosburgh was a four-time all-league pick, a first team all-state selection and a first team high school All-American during his four years as a letterman at Unionville High School. He scored 173 goals and had 77 assists for 250 career points and helped lead his team to a league title in 2004. Vosburgh also lettered in football for Unionville and helped turn around a program that had won just one game in three years into a team that had three straight undefeated regular seasons. Vosburgh was also on the Honor Roll four straight years. He is the son of Bruce and Terry Vosburgh and has one sister, Erin. His father played lacrosse and football at Delaware. Vosburgh is a business major at Penn State.