North Shore’s Micaela Fitzpatrick is a silent assassin. She has the ability to quietly take you apart. She says that her best asset is the way she uses her height to get to the spots of the field she needs to get to in order to be productive scoring and feeding. Last year as a junior, Micaela had a strong season which saw her score 20 goals and rack up 15 assists. Now that her time at North Shore has come to an end, Micaela will be attending Iona College in the fall where she will start a new chapter in lacrosse career. Read below to learn more about North Shore girls lacrosse Unsung Hero:
Q: What were some of the factors that led you to select Iona?
A: The campus was a perfect size and the closeness of the team along with the family-like environment really stood out to me.
Q: What are some of the things you have been doing to stay active while you have been home?
A: I have been doing lacrosse drills, shooting, running, lifting, Crossfit, and peloton workouts.
Q: Is there one particular memory from North Shore Lacrosse that stands out?
A: Last year, as a team, we went down to the US Lacrosse headquarters. We played a game and worked out in their facilities. It was a really cool experience and we had a really fun time together.
Q: Who are some of the People that have helped you get to where you are today?
A: My parents are definitely my biggest supporters and always push me to do my best. Also, my travel team coach, Dave Kotowski, and high school coach, Megan McCormack, have each helped me grow as a player.
Q: What are you most looking forward to when you get to Iona College?
A: I am most looking forward to getting to know everyone on the team and getting to play at the next level.