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Q&A: Hannah Marafioti

Q&A: Hannah Marafioti

CORTLAND, N.Y. - This week's State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Q&A is with the Women's Lacrosee Offensive Player of the Week, Geneseo's Hannah Marafioti (Fairport, N.Y.).

Marafioti led Geneseo to wins over two nationally-ranked teams last week. She scored a career-high 10 points on eight goals and two assists, including the overtime game-winning goal in Saturday's 19-18 comeback victory over No. 18 Cortland. Marafioti scored three of the Knights' last four goals and assisted the other as the Knights beat the Red Dragons for the first time since 2005 while handing the 20-time defending SUNYAC Champions only their second loss to a conference opponent in 90 games dating back to 2009. Marafioti also totaled three goals and an assist in Geneseo's 13-11 victory at No. 25 Brockport on Wednesday. She leads the SUNYAC with 74 points and is second with 54 goals.  

Hannah Marafioti
Sport: Women's Lacrosse 
Position: Attack
Year: Sophomore

If you had to choose another sport to play in college what would it be and why?

I would play soccer because I played when I was younger and I wish I continued it throughout high school.

What's your favorite pro sports team and why?

The Buffalo Bills are my favorite pro sports team because I grew up watching and going to the games with my family. 

Do you have any hidden talents? If so, what are they?

I taught myself how to play the guitar 

If you could have one song play every time you score, what would it be? 

The Way Life Goes -Lil Uzi

What's your favorite sports memory?

Beating Cortland this year and scoring the winning goal- also scoring my first collegiate goal against William Smith last year

Do you have any pre/in-game rituals? What are they? 

I am the least superstitious person out there, but I make sure to click sticks with everyone on the team before the game starts. 

Who inspired you to play your sport?

My dad signed me up for lacrosse when I was in first grade and I have stuck with it ever since.

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