College student in California wins $2.3 million

Michael Garcia of San Jose California is a 22-year-old college student who won $2.3 million from the May 18 Powerball drawing.

While most of his classmates are worried about how to pay for students loans, Michael Garcia received the best possible way to pay off his schooling. Garcia won $2.3 million form Powerball with Match 5 plus Power Play.

After taxes, Garcia will receive $1.7 million for his winning ticket. Garcia had bought 9 tickets after them an in front of him in line bought Powerball tickets. He decided to try his luck, not knowing he would soon be a winner.

Garcia is a responsible college student, who changed his life by taking a small study break to run to the store. He knows the impact the money will have on himself and his family. He is pleased to know that his future plans will now be a little easier.

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Written by LotteryHUB News Staff Writers

The LotteryHUB News team collaborated to provide this article for our readers. As always, good luck with your next bet! We’re always here to keep you on top of your game.

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