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Former Newport Harbor Sailor Laura Tran walks on at UC Davis.
Keiser, the first athlete to receive WOTW honors more than once, played in all 21 games for the Monarchs last season and significantly upper her production from 2016. She scored 39 points (21 goals, 18 assists) in 2017 compared to three points (2g, 1a) in 2015. After a strong summer, Keiser appears ready to elevate her game to another level in 2018.
Sepulveda led the OC Crush Varsity to an Orange County Box Lacrosse League 3peat at the Victory Athletic Center on Saturday.
San Juan Hills senior Mandy Muhr is the Athletes Choice Workhorse of the Week.
To our knowledge, Garret is the first, and so far only, member of the OC class of 2014 to be named the captain of a Division 1 men's lacrosse team.
On September 7, 2017, just 13 months after losing her leg in a moped accident, Noelle Lambert passed the UMass Lowell run test with a prosthetic, something she did not do before the accident.
Reynosa does it all for the Dolphins. He is the team's top faceoff athlete but as head coach Chris Iltis reports "Maximus" is no FOGO. He's actually a FOSO - faceoff, stay on. Reynosa took most of the team's face-offs last year and then, win or lose, stayed on doing what needs to be done on both ends of the field as a two-way middie.
Barkate "brings the definition of work to the next level," coach Holly Reilly said by email. "She motivates our entire team."
Second year player Alex Clayton is improving rapidly and could be a force for the Woodbridge Warriors in 2018.
Ten-year-old Davonte Curtis is a5th grader who plays up as a starting forward on the 7th/8th grade Blackhorse box lacrosse team.
Former Aliso Niguel goalie Clare Laughery ('14) is the Athletes Choice...
Corporal Michael Stone, an active-duty United States Marine, is the Athletes Choice Workhorse of the Week....