Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Brooke Martini SoCal Express Tustin CA
High School Scott Leong
Primary Position Middle
Career 16 50 50
Season 8 15 15
S Pts G FO % A
Career 150 107 66 - 38
Season 99 79 45 - 34
Lacrosse Honors

2018-19 Upcoming Varsity Captain // 2017-18 HS Team won league - AWARDS: First Team All League & Scholar Athlete - 45 goals & 34 assists-highest team assists // 2016-17 HS Team won league undefeated - AWARDS: First Team All League, 110% Player of the Year, Scholar Athlete // 2015-16 Brand new to lacrosse - First time HS team won county-wide Tournament - AWARDS: Tournament MVP // CLUB HONORS: Selected 2 out of 2 times by team to take Brave Heart field spot in tournament tie games - Summer 2018 Riptide Tournament - AWARDS: Game MVP Chosen 2 out of 2 times by opposing team's coach

Lacrosse Additional

Primary Draw Specialist for HS and Club Team - Draw stats have been recorded incorrectly. Only recorded for self wins instead of including both self and team. Should be MUCH higher, which is why I am primary draw for both my teams! Working on getting stats corrected.


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High School
Trabuco Hills High School
School City
Mission Viejo
School State
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School Division
South Coast
Major Category
Early Childhood Education and Teaching
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Personal Highlights

Active in church & community - 600 volunteer hours

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I love playing sports and am super competitive. It makes me happy and is a big part of who I am. I played soccer my whole life since I was 4 years old. In high school I tried lacrosse to keep me busy in the off season. I loved it so much, that lacrosse became my main sport.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I believe in supporting all players, even those that do not play much. In lacrosse, I encouraged everyone and would set up plays and pass the ball to those that never scored to give them the opportunity. Off the field, I am exactly the same. I include everyone and invite anyone that wants to join in to activities to do so. To me, being a leader doesn't mean being popular or bossing everyone around. It means working & playing hard, being a great role-model demonstrating work ethic, and also being kind and inclusive of everyone on and off the field, no matter their ability or disability.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

As each year goes by, I see more and more people going down the wrong path. I have learned from my church and parents where that will take you, so I have remained on a healthy, drug-free path and am 100% sure this is a decision I will never regret. I maintain a healthy body, mind, and spirit through a positive attitude and lifestyle.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I have done community service regularly since I was 8 years old. I've mostly helped with special needs, children, & homeless, and have also done work with animals. I have two disabled older brothers, so I understand the impact volunteering in this area has, which is why this is important to me.. I also love working with children and want to be a teacher, so that has been a natural choice for community service efforts. :)

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