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22 Makayla Gallen
Makayla  Gallen

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Glen Mills, Pa.

High School:
Cardinal O'Hara

Height:
5-5

Position:
Striker


06/20/2018

Five Cavaliers Competing at the Young Women’s National Championship

Tournament takes place June 25-29 in Lancaster, Pa.

09/01/2017

Virginia Blanks Columbia, 9-0

Tara Vittese scored a hat trick and assisted on three goals

05/02/2017

Virginia Field Hockey Signs Six Recruits

Head coach Michele Madison announces the six players who will make up the 2017 freshman class

AT VIRGINIA

2018

  • Selected to compete in the 2018 USAFH Young Women's National Championship in June
2017
  • Was in the starting lineup for her collegiate debut against Fairfield (Aug. 25)
  • Scored her first collegiate goal in the win over Columbia (Sept. 1)

High School/Club Hockey
  • Current midfielder for the US U19 Junior National Team
  • Was a forward on the US U17 Junior National Team
  • Also was a member of the 2015 US Indoor National Team
  • Four-time All-Delco and All-Catholic
  • League MVP in 2015 at Cardinal O'Hara
  • Played for the WC Eagles club team

Personal

  • Daughter of Sharon and Michael Gallen
  • Has two older brothers, Tyler and Tory, and a younger brother, Drew

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