Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN


June 21, 2013

Orioles duo preparing for leap to DI


Both girls mentioned anytime they beat Brownsburg as highlights of their 4-year careers at Avon. The duo also highlighted the friendships they built from their time as Orioles.

“I’ve enjoyed it so much,” Lasky said. “It’s a great group of people and a great coaching staff. Some of the girls on the team are some of my best friends. It’s just been a overall great experience.”

Muchow said she enjoyed getting to compete alongside one of her closest friends.

“It was fun to work with one of my best friends, sharing the captain roles,” she said. “It was a lot of responsibility and we know how we interact with each other so we could always lean on each other and lift the team up.”

Lasky echoed those sentiments and said she’ll miss her other teammates as well.

“She’s one of my best friends and I’m really going to miss playing with her and some of the underclassmen on the team and helping them get better and them helping me get better,” she said.

Muchow has yet to choose a major, but said she’s thinking about sports marketing and to hopefully one day work for the NFL. The Butler education will be a great learning experience for her on the field and in the classroom.

 “I’ve heard many people come out of Butler and they always have nice things to say about it,” Muchow said. “I think it will challenge me academically and in soccer.”

Both of Lasky’s parents went to Purdue and an Oriole alum, Jessica Warren (Class of 2009), provided much familiarity to West Lafayette. So Laskey plans on majoring in business and using Warren as a resource.

“She’s very happy that I’m going there,” Lasky said. “It’s kind of like if I have any questions, then I can ask her. It’s nice to know that someone from my position right now got through it too.”

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