Brook LaFloe ~ Ojibwe

Published on March 24, 2013 by Carol

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Brook LaFloe

Tribe: Turtle Mountain Ojibwe

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College: Macalester College

Position: Defensive Specialist

Class: Sophomore

Home town: St. Paul, Minn.

High school: Johnson HS

Brook LaFloe is a two sport athlete at Macalester College, this is her Volleyball profile.

Number: 5
Year: Sophomore
Position: Defensive Specialist
Hometown: St. Paul, Minn.
High School: Johnson
Major: Neuroscience / International Studies

Why I chose Macalester:
I choose MAC because the campus felt right, it allowed me to stay close to home and I wanted to choose a school that would challenge me academically.

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