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Sofia Naumovski
School: El Dorado High School
Grade: Junior
Position: Goalie

Sofia will also be joining the national team for the first time this year. She has been playing lacrosse for four years and has played for both Team OC and LA Wave club teams. She is a three-year varsity player at El Dorado High School and has been recognized as 2013 MVP at the MidWest Showcase in Chicago, a Scholar Athlete for three years straight, along with 1st Team All League MVP in 2014.

Why are you most excited about being able to play for the National Team? Getting the chance to work with talented players and coaches from across Orange County.”

What is your favorite lacrosse memory? MAKING THE NATIONAL TEAM.”

 If you could describe yourself in four “hashtags” what would they be? “#Fierce #Fast #Intense #TinyButMighty”

If you were told you had to live the rest of your life as an animal what animal would you be and why? A lion because they are super fierce, beautiful creatures that don’t give up the fight and the Lion King is my favorite movie.”

 “Sofia Naumovski is an amazing competitor. She works hard in practice, plays as much as she can, and takes every goal personally. I expect a lot from her, and I believe she expects even more from herself. She has been my goaltender since her freshman year and she will lead the team as a senior. She is representing El Dorado through the national team and we are excited and very proud.”Coach Patrick O’Donnell