29 Macie Winship
29 Macie Winship
Height: 5-6
Year: Senior
Hometown: Shrewsbury, MA
High School: The Taft School
Position: D

2010: Made the switch from attack to defense at the start of the season … Played in 14 of the Bears’ 15 games, starting in four … Finished the year with five ground balls, five draw controls, and two caused turnovers … Earned a career-high three draw controls against Duke … 2009: Appeared in one game and scored two goals against Bryant ... 2008: Played in one game, scoring her first career goal against Manhattan ... Before Brown: A three-sport athlete in high school, Winship played lacrosse, soccer and ice hockey at Shrewsbury High School, before finishing her career at the Taft School ... Named a 2005 Central Massachusetts All-Star, while helping to lead Shrewsbury to the 2005 Central Massachusetts District Championship ... Was named Shrewsbury lacrosse team MVP ... While playing with the Boys’ hockey team at Shrewsbury, Winship became the first girl to ever score a goal in Shrewsbury’s 26-year history ... Played club lacrosse for Revolution and club hockey for Assabet Valley ... Personal: The daughter of Frank and Virginia Winship, Macie has one sister, Carrie ... Concentrating in Commerce, Organizations & Entrepreneurship.

Winship’s Career Highs
2, vs. Bryant (4/7/09)
Points: 2, vs. Bryant (4/7/09)
Shots: 2, vs. Bryant (4/7/09)
Ground Balls: 1, 5x, last at Manhattan (4/11/10)
Caused Turnovers: 1, 2x, last at Penn (4/25/10)
Draw Controls: 3, at Duke (5/9/10)

Winship's Career Stats

Off the field with Macie
Why I chose Brown…Brown is an amazing place with so much history. I wanted to be a part of something bigger than myself
Favorite class at Brown…ENGN 9
Favorite Brown tradition…Campus Dance
Favorite Brown athletics tradition…Homecoming Weekend
People who have had the greatest influence on my athletic career…My parents, who gave me opportunity, and my coaches, who taught me what to do with it.
Favorite Food...Pizza (Preferably from Nice Slice on Thayer)
Pre-game ritual…Eating a Ratty omelet and an English muffin washed down with orange-passo-guava, followed by dancing to our locker-room mix and suiting up in a specific order and routine.
What I wouldn’t do for a million dollars…Eat snails
My life's theme song...“Good Vibrations” (Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch)
Favorite movie from this past year...Inception
TV show I want to be on...Wheel of Fortune
Favorite book…The Great Gatsby
Favorite character in literature…Atticus Finch
Hidden talent…Yo-yoing
My first job was…Babysitting
Teammate I would describe as “team mom”…Margaret Polanin
What three things I would take with me on a deserted island…A beach umbrella, a solar-powered ipod and a bottomless ice-cream cone
Place I want to travel...The Great Barrier Reef in Australia
Favorite sport other than lacrosse...Ice Hockey
Favorite Olympic sport…Synchronized Diving
If I could be a professional athlete, I would compete in…Tennis
Favorite Coach McDonald quote…“Every kid on this team is on a mission.”
Pet Peeve...Chewing on pens
Where I would spend $1,000...The Brown Bookstore
My dream car...The Batmobile
My ideal day...Sunny day at the beach with my lax stick and friends
Item that best describes me…A sweater—warm, fuzzy and dependable
Favorite pair of shoes...Nike Dunk Highs
Top five most-played songs on my iPod … "Mayberry" Rascal Flatts, "Bad Romance" Lady Gaga, "You Belong With Me" Taylor Swift, "American Saturday Night" Brad Paisley, "King of Anything" Sar Bareilles
Most notable thing about my hometown…Home of Artemas Ward (1727–1800), American Major General in the Revolutionary War
Person in history (past or present) I would most like to meet…Bill Gates
If I had 24 hours to live, I would…Go skydiving and try every flavor of ice cream on the market
If I had to compete on the Amazing Race, the teammate I would pick as my
partner would be…Alexa—She is very fast and a light packer. Together we would win the million.
Where I see myself in 10 years…Starting a family and cashing in on my first successful start-up
My post-school ambition…To do something worthwhile with my Brown education