Michaela ‘Miki’ Spano (born 8 April 1997) is an Australian field hockey player.
Spano was part of the Australian women’s junior national team ‘The Jillaroos’ that won bronze at the 2016 Hockey Junior World Cup in Chile.
Spano was born in Adelaide, South Australia, and made her junior international debut 2016 Junior Oceania Cup. Spano currently lives in Toorak Gardens, South Australia and is a scholarship holder at the South Australian Institute of Sport (SASI).
Spano first represented Australia at the 2016 Junior Oceania Cup, playing in each of Australia’s matches against New Zealand. The tournament served as a qualifier for the 2016 Junior World Cup in Santiago, Chile.
In 2017, Spano represented the Australia U23 team in a tour of Europe, as well as the Australia Development Squad in a tour of Japan.
In August 2017, Spano was named to the national junior squad for the third time.
Spano again represented Australia in 2018. In November, she represented the Under 23 side in a tour of China. She will also represent the Jillaroos in a test series against the New Zealand Under 21 side in Hastings, New Zealand.
In December 2018, Spano was named in the Australian Development Squad for the 2019 calendar year.