19 Sasha Moscatello
19 Sasha Moscatello
Height: 5-7
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Mililani, Hawaii
High School: Mililani HS
Position: MF

2012 (Sophomore)
After a long recovery from two ACL surgeries, Sasha made her season debut against Colorado College on Sept. 14. She played in 10 matches for the Tigers, making six starts. Sasha scored her only goal of the year in Pacific's 2-1 win over Arizona on Sept. 23. She had an assist in the Tigers' 3-2 overtime win at Saint Mary's on Sept. 20. She was rewarded for her hard work by being named Big West Conference Player of the Week on Sept. 24. Excelling in the clasroom, she was a Pacific and Big West Scholar Athlete. She was also voted Most Inspirational by her teammates.


Sasha did not play in 2011 after another ACL surgery. 

2010 (Freshman)
Red-shirted the 2010 season after being limited to just one game due to an ACL tear. Started the second half at Hawai’i in the season opener and logged nine minutes.

High School
Sasha joins Pacific from Mililani High School in Mililani, Hawaii. At Mililani HS, Sasha was named team captain her senior year to put an exclamation mark on three years as a varsity starter. For her efforts on the year she was named First Team Advertiser All-State as a center midfielder. That season the Trojans were the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I Champions and went on to become Hawaii State finalists for the second-straight season. Individually, Moscatello was the team’s third-leading scorer with nine goals in 2009. During her junior season, Sasha was named the Trojans’ MVP and she also was honored on the Star Bulletin First Team All-State list for her defense. As the team had done in her sophomore year, Mililani HS was the OIA Division I Champion and Moscatello brought home MVP accolades in the tournament. Kicking off three-consecutive years of making the OIA Division I Championships, Sasha was named Honorable Mention All-State as a defender her sophomore season. Alongside future Tiger teammate Shanelle Kapaona, Sasha played for the Leahi 93 Premier club team. Leahi was the state champion in 2007 and 2009, with a national ranking as high as 17 and a regional ranking of No. 6. The two are two-time HYSA State Cup Champions with Leahi.

Sasha Moscatello was born in Fernandina Beach, Florida and is the daughter of Joseph and Karen Moscatello. She has one younger sister, Malia. She is a sports medicine major with plans to become a physical therapist.