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Lila Bennett -1/2/3/5
In the Fall, Lila will be a senior at the University of Kentucky where she competes on the women's varsity polo team. Lila is excited for another great summer and an exciting year of college polo!
Olivia Stringer Berube 0/2/4/5
Liv, a Maryland girl, began riding at an early age, competing in show hunters, equitation and eventing before discovering polo at age 14. She played for the first Baltimore Interscholastic team, going on to play for Colorado State University where she was a 3 time All American and 3 time National finalist. She and her husband, MPC club manager Nate Berube, operate Berube Polo, a professional farm based in Aiken, South Carolina, with their two dogs and 25 horses. She particularly enjoys the process of breeding and training their homebred polo ponies.
Nate Berube 2/4
Nate grew up in New England playing Interscholastic polo for SeaCoast, then captaining the University of Connecticut team. He spent several seasons in Wellington, FL and Santa Barbara, CA working for former 10-goaler Mike Azzaro. He plays professionally in Aiken, SC most of the year based out of his farm, Berube Polo, which he operates alongside his wife, Liv Stringer Berube. He loves spending time with their dogs and travelling in the off season, especially to play polo.
Jake Brown 2/5
Jake learned to play polo at a young age from his father and two older sisters. For him it wasn't a matter of if he would play, but when. Growing up he played grass and interscholastic polo at Brandywine Polo Club in Pennsylvania. Jake then went on to Colorado State University and played intercollegiate polo.

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