The Wake Forest graduate student came back for a fifth year (COVID season) on the women's golf team after not playing in 2021-22. This will be her third U.S. Women's Open after getting into the all-exempt 2020 championship due to her high position in the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking, and qualifying in 2018 at Shoal Creek. Migliaccio, a native of Cary, N.C., posted 11-under-par 133 to garner the second and final qualifying spot at Starmount Forest Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. Migliaccio competed on a pair of victorious USA Curtis Cup Teams in 2021 (Conwy Golf Club in Wales) and 2022 (Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa.). She also advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2020 U.S. Women's Amateur. In 2021, she lost in a sudden-death playoff to Tsubasa Kajitani at the Augusta National Women's Amateur. A year later, she won the North & South Women's Amateur at Pinehurst. In May, Migliaccio helped Wake Forest capture its first-ever NCAA women's title as it defeated the University of Southern California in the title match, going 2-1 during the match-play portion of the competition. Migliaccio has spent the past two years working as a writer/on-course commentator at Golf Channel. She has stated that she has no desire to turn professional and is focusing on writing and television work. As a junior golfer, she was a member of the victorious USA Junior Ryder Cup (2016) and Junior Solheim Cup (2017) Teams. She also competed in four Palmer Cups for the USA. She also teamed with Brandon Wu, Stewart Hagestad and Rose Zhang to captured the mixed team gold medal for the USA in the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, while also taking individual gold in the womens competition. Migliaccio's mother, Ulrika, played on the University of Arizona women's golf team in the early 1990s with future World Golf Hall of Fame inductee and three-time U.S. Women's Open champion Annika Sorenstam. Her mother is Swedish and father is Italian.