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Mia Abello

Houston, Texas
The Kinkaid School
High School
Mia Abello - Field Hockey - Virginia Cavaliers

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2023 – NCAA Semifinals

  • Started all 21 games, scoring four goals with an assist for nine points
  • Made her collegiate debut against Penn State (8/25). Was the only newcomer in the starting lineup for that game
  • Scored her first collegiate goal on a penalty corner at Saint Joseph’s (9/1)
  • Scored another goal off a corner at Temple while assisting on another, giving her two goals (five points) in her first four games (9/3)
  • Scored the game-winning goal at William & Mary, giving her three-straight games in which she scored a goal (9/8)
  • Scored her fourth goal of the season against Duke (10/06)
  • NFHCA NCAA Division I Preseason Watchlist
  • All-ACC Academic Team
  • NFHCA National Academic Squad


  • 2023-24 US Women’s National Team
  • 2022-23 US Women’s National Team
  • 2023 US Junior Women’s National Team
  • Member of the US U21 team competing at the 2023 FIH Hockey Women’s Junior World Cup in Santiago, Chile in December
  • Won gold with the US U21 Junior National Team at the 2023 Junior Pan American Championship in Barbados, helping the team qualify for the Junior World Championships (4/18)


  • 2022 Texas/Oklahoma Max Field Hockey Player of the Year
  • Named an NFHCA First Team All-American in 2022 after earning second-team honors the previous year
  • Four-time All-South Preparatory Conference
  • Competed for the 2022 US Rise National Team, playing in a four-game series against the Canadian U18 squad


  • Daughter of April and Carlos Abello
  • Older brother, Carlos, plays baseball at Princeton
  • Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences