A graduate of Millbrook High School, Monica Koralus was a three-sport performer in high school, excelling in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse. A team captain in soccer, she was also voted the Most Athletic Award recipient. She also earned a spot on the Section 9 Lacrosse All-Star Team.
In soccer, she was part of the 2009 National Soccer Hall of Fame championship team, while also leading her 2011 team to the MHAL Championship after leading her team to four straight sectional finals appearances. She also helped her lacrosse team to the sectional finals as a senior.
A two-year letterwinner in women’s soccer at Sage, she played in 15 games with 13 starts in 2013. She contributed a goal and an assist for the 2013 team. This past fall, she helped the Gators produce a school-record as they finished the season with the best finish in the program’s history as the team posted a record of 12-6-2 after setting the record for most wins in a season (12) and most Skyline Conference wins (6). She played in all 18 games with a goal and two assists for four points.
In lacrosse at Sage, she played in all 12 games in 2014 and was the second-leading scorer with 20 points on 15 goals and five assists. She added 14 ground ball pickups with 19 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers.
A Principal’s List honoree, she is the daughter of Leszek and Sophie Koralus. Her father played semi-professional soccer in Poland and Germany as a goalie. She is majoring in physical therapy.
My Favorite Professional Athlete is:
My Favorite Sports Team is:
U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team
The Thing I like Best about Sage is:
The small class sizes