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image1.jpgMeet Maryn Macha

School: Mission Viejo

Position: Midfield

Maryn is a two-time returning National Team player and has been playing lacrosse for five years. She has played on Team OC and Pacific Falcons club teams and has been on the varsity team at Mission Viejo High School for three years. Maryn has been recognized as 1st Team All League 2014, MVP at Mission Viejo High School, and has been chosen to play in the 2014 Under Armour All American Team and the 2013 U15 National Team. Most notably Maryn is a verbal commit to the University of California, Davis.

Why are you most excited about being able to play for the National Team? The national team is a great way to meet girls that you usually play against in season. I’m super excited to go back East and show them how far California has come in lacrosse. We’re definitely a force to be reckoned with.”

What is your favorite lacrosse memory? My favorite lacrosse memory would probably have to be last year’s National team. We tied the best record the national team has ever gotten. We went 3-2.”

 If you could describe yourself in four “hashtags” what would they be? #dedicated #dontmesswiththezohan #hardworking #greatful”

 If you were told you had to live the rest of your life as an animal what animal would you be and why? An elephant would be so sweet cause you could pick stuff up with your nose and you’re massive.”

“Do it all, throwback midfielder. Plays defense, offense, takes all draws. She executes in a way you as a coach feel confident to throw anything at her. Maryn, as good as you are, please don’t ever think you have arrived. Continually strive to be the best at all aspects of the game.” – Mission Viejo Coach, Jenna Porter