Maq Dimastrantonio

Maq Dimastrantonio

  • Height:
    5-7
  • Year:
    Sr.
  • Hometown:
    Shapleigh, Maine
  • High School:
    Massabesic

ACCOLADES

2018: Saint Anselm Fall 2018 Dean's List

2017: Northeast-10 Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll

AT SAINT ANSELM

2018: Competed in four events for Saint Anselm as a junior, debuting at the Shacklette Invitational on Sept. 1, logging a 5K time of 22:00 to finish 34th out of 74 competitors...Navigated the 5K course at the Bruce Kirsh Cup on Oct. 20 in 19:34.9, placing 20th in the field of 124 runners...Placed 84th at the NE10 Championship on Oct. 4, recording a 6K time of 25:22.44.

2017: Raced in two events for the Hawks, making her season debut with a 99th place finish at the NE10 Championship on Oct. 21 (26:06.68)...Finished the 6K NCAA East Regional in 137th place with a time of 27:54.8 on Nov. 4.

2016: Competed in three races for the Hawks...Finished 19th at the Shacklette Invite on Sept. 4 with a time of 22:09...Finished 105th at the NE10 Championships on Oct. 22...Placed 208th at the Purple Valley Classic on Sept. 24 with a time of 26:32.4.

BEFORE SAINT ANSELM: Competed in four years of cross country, indoor track and lacrosse at Massabesic High School...Named to Maine All-Academic Team in all three sports in 2013, 2014 and 2015...Four year varsity runner for the Mustangs...2014 Southern Maine Athletic Association (SMAA) Second Team All-Conference...2015 SMAA Honorable Mention All-Conference...2014 Maine Regional Champions...2012 and 2013 Maine Regional Champion Runner-Ups...2012, 2013, 2014 Maine State Championship Runner-Ups...2014 Coaches and Most Improved Lacrosse Player Award...Four-time runner at New England Cross Country Championships...Indoor State and Southwestern qualifier in the long jump, triple jump, 800m, mile, and 4x800 relay...Graduated with High Honors...A member of the National Honor Society and received the Math and Physics Excellence Award...Was a two-time team Most Valuable Player for lacrosse...Was a three-time All-Conference pick in lacrosse...Was named the Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year in 2016...Was the Most Improved Award recipient in cross country in 2015 and was the team's Most Valuable Player in indoor track in 2015 and 2016...Second Team All-Conference in cross country in 2016 while also receiving the Coaches Award.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Nicholas Dimastrantonio and Michele Wargo...Sister of Nick Dimastrantonio, Ryan Dimastrantonio, Amber Hume and Courtney Cook...Majoring in Biochemistry...Minoring in Mathematics...Aspires to attend medical school to be a pediatric physician or nutritionist...Wants to coach lacrosse after collegiate career and continue running 5K's, half-marathons and possibly run marathons...Enjoys running, hiking, volunteering, coaching lacrosse to younger individuals and spending time with family.