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Johnny Orozco

 
Profile
In his first season with the Big Red, Orozco helped coach the team to a 4-3 Ivy League record for a third-place league finish.

Cornell closed the 2019 season with 10 wins and seven losses, including a historic win over Syracuse (first victory at home, first win since 2007).

Playing Career
Before coming to East Hill, Orozco spent eight years on the US Men’s National Field Hockey Team. A current member of the team, Orozco has built a career in international field hockey, since 2011; it includes several games starting with the first one in Brazil for the World League Round II in 2013. Also competing in the Pan American Junior Championship in 2012, Orozco participated in at least one series each year from 2014 on. He competed in a summer series in California against Argentina, Mexico and Chile in 2014, a series against Argentina in Boston in 2015, a European Tour series (also in 2015), a series against Canada in 2016, against France in 2017, a European Tour in 2018, and a series against Korea in 2019. As a member of the Men’s National Field Hockey team, Orozco helped the USA to achieve the following international achievements (organized by year and finish):
Silver - 2019 3 Nations Invitational in Benalmadena, Spain
Bronze - 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru
4th place - 2019 Hockey Series Final in Bhubaneswar, India
Gold - 2018 Hockey Series Open in Salamanca, Mexico
5th place - 2018 5 Nations Tournament in Malaga, Spain
Bronze - 2017 Pan American Cup in Lancaster, Pa.
Bronze - 2017 World League Round II in Tacarigua, Trinidad & Tobago
Gold - 2016 World League Round I in Salamanca, Mexico
5th place - 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada
7th place - 2015 World League Round II in Chula Vista, California