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Courtesy: Duke Field Hockey
Blazing, Paolino and Fee
Paolino Earns First International Cap with Team USA
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 02/22/2018
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CHULA VISTA, Calif. – Duke sophomore Margaux Paolino earned her first international cap with the United States senior women’s national team Wednesday in a match against Canada.

Paolino notched a goal in her debut with Team USA, taking the field alongside Blue Devil alumnae Lauren Blazing and Stefanie Fee.

A midfielder from Villanova, Pa., Paolino was a second team All-America selection by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association of America (NFHCA) this past fall. She led Duke in assists (10) for the second time in as many seasons and notched two goals. Paolino also received first team All-South Region and All-ACC honors during her sophomore campaign.

A 2011 graduate of Duke, Fee garnered her 100th international cap with Team USA earlier this month during a four-game series with The Netherlands. Blazing, a 2016 graduate of the university, owns seven international caps with the U.S. senior squad.

Team USA’s closed test series with Canada continues through Sunday in Chula Vista, Calif. Later this spring, the U.S. will host Chile in a test series slated for April 9-14 at the home of USA Field Hockey in Lancaster, Pa.

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