Micaela DeSimone

Micaela DeSimone

Micaela attended Suffern High School where she was an All-American defender for the Mounties. While at Suffern, Micaela was a four-year starter earning All-Section, All-League, and All-County for three years, as well as Captain both her Junior and Senior years. Additionally, Micaela was a member of the 2008 and 2009 Empire State Games, and played on the Hudson Valley team in the Women’s Division National Tournament in 2008 and 2009. Micaela went on to play lacrosse at Union College, where she was a four-year starting defender. While there, Micaela earned All-League, and All-Region honors, as well as four-time Liberty League Defensive Player of the Week. Additionally, Micaela was named Captain both her Junior and Senior year at Union. Upon ending her career, Micaela totaled 124 ground balls (2nd all-time) and 64 caused turnovers (3rd all-time). Following graduation Micaela accepted a job teaching English and coaching Varsity Lacrosse at the Taft School, while simultaneously enrolled in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Micaela is now a special ed teacher, head coach of the Metro Magic 2020 team, and recruiting coordinator.

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