Senior water polo captain Mia Solorzano has committed to Loyola Marymount University to further her academic and athletic career. Mia has been a three-year All-CIF and All-Trinity League performer, in addition to competing for Team USA at the age-group level. She will live forever in Rosary history as one of the essential components of the 2020 CIF championship team.
Head water polo coach Rory Bevins commented, "I am beyond happy and proud for Mia as she makes this important decision. In my ten years of coaching, she is by far one of the hardest workers and best captains I have ever seen. She is the only player I have ever had to become captain as a sophomore and continue the role her junior and senior years. She is a passionate young woman that fights for her team and with everything she has. She always led by example and never took a game, practice or drill off. She always gave 100% of herself to make her team better. I can't wait to see her compete at the collegiate level and know that her grit, intensity, drive, and passion will push her towards success in the pool and in the classroom."
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