7 - Mackenzie Staffier
|High School:||Bullis School|
Staffier pushes herself and her teammates with her skill, dedication, and personality. She has a natural vision and a high level of skill, which adds depth to the Bears attack ... 2006: Staffier played in eight games, while starting one ... Scored twice against New Hampshire ... Also had one ground ball and one caused turnover against the Wildcats ... 2005: Appeared in two games, while taking one shot on goal ... Before Brown: A three-sport athlete at the Bullis School, Mackenzie played field hockey for three years, lacrosse for four, and soccer for one ...Recipient of Most Improved Player award in field hockey as a sophomore ...National Tournament (lacrosse) participant as a sophomore ...Captain of the lacrosse team as a junior and a senior, earning Honorable Mention All-County honors ... Participated in the National Tournament for the second straight year as a junior ...Recipient of the Best Defense Award in field hockey as a senior ...Played club lacrosse for the Future-Elite Lacrosse Team from 9th-11th grade ...Missed her senior lacrosse season with a knee injury ...Personal: The daughter of John and Bonnie Staffier, Mackenzie has one sister, Samantha, and one brother, Alex, who plays lacrosse at Penn ...Concentrating in American Civilization.