From the way her coaches talk about her, you would think Brianna Mahn can do it all. She’s a lengthy lefty attacker and skilled on the draw. Bri’s game is built on strong stick skills, quickness, and a strong IQ. With over 8 years of lacrosse on her resume, it seems she’s figured it out pretty well by now.
Playing lacrosse competitively since the 3rd grade, Bri has played the game on travel, select, club and high school teams nearly year-round. Heading into her junior year, Bri is expected to make a major impact for Morris Knolls High School this spring. In the summer and fall, she’s running with the Tri-State All-Stars and staying active with multiple indoor leagues in the winter.
“I truly love the sport of lacrosse and enjoy putting in the effort, in both practices and games, that it takes to thrive at the highest level.”
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How she finds time to maintain a 3.89 GPA and serve as the class treasure for two years running is hard to imagine. Cutting out basketball last season to chase her lacrosse dreams, Bri played competitively from 5th through 8th grades. She wants to be challenged in the classroom and on the field. Bri is going to be an exceptional role player wherever she lands at the next level.
Brianna Mahn According To Coach:
“Bri is a very team oriented player. Her game has really risen over the last few seasons. In the 2015 youth select team season, she moved to defense to help the team and was a stalwart defender. Now she primarily plays midfield/attack and is a shifty lefty! Well rounded player!”
– Doug Dolan