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Quinnlyn Mason
School: Aliso Niguel High School
Grade:  Freshman
Position: Attack

Quinnlyn is a first year varsity player at Aliso Niguel High School and will also be joining the National Team for the first time. She has been playing lacrosse for three years and has played for Storm and Generation Next club teams. She has an impressive eight goals, three assists, and seven takeaways in her first high school lacrosse season with an overall 53% shooting percentage.

Why are you most excited about being able to play for the National Team? I am excited to meet new players, play against hard teams, and travel to the east coast.”

What is your favorite lacrosse memory? My favorite lacrosse memory was when I scored my first high school goal against Mater Dei, and my coach gave me the ball I scored with.”

 If you could describe yourself in four “hashtags” what would they be? #sarcastic #trampletheweakhurtlethedead #lifeisgood #nevergiveup”

 If you were told you had to live the rest of your life as an animal what animal would you be and why? I would be a bird because I would have two ways of getting around walking and FLYING.”

 Quinlynn Mason is a young, up and comer with a uncanny sense of where to be and when to be there.  Her enthusiasm and work ethic will make her a very valuable member of the team this year, and I know she’ll be excited to learn even more from the older leaders of the team.” Aliso Niguel Coach, Dave Elkins