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2009 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S WATER POLO MEDIA GUIDE


2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

UCSD QUICK FACTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ..............................La Jolla, Calif. Founded: ..............................................1960 Enrollment: .......................................25,278 Colors: .................................. Blue and Gold Nickname: ........................................ Tritons Affiliation: ...................... NCAA Division II Conference: ..................................... WWPA Facility: ........................... Canyonview Pool Chancellor: ................. Dr. Marye Anne Fox Athletics Director:.............Earl W. Edwards UCSD Athletics Phone: ........ 858-534-4211 UCSD Athletics Fax: ............858-534-8172

Coaching Staff ................................... 2-3

WOMEN’S WATER POLO HISTORY First Year of Water Polo: ......................1985 All-Time Record: ............. 413-260-4 (.612) Collegiate National Appearances: ..............9 Collegiate National Championships ..........5 WWPA Championships..............................1

Roster ...................................................4 Student-Athletes Bios ...................... 5-14 2008 Statistics ......................................16 Triton Honors .......................................16 2008 Results .........................................17 UCSD Record Book.............................18 Postseason History ...............................19

SPORTS INFORMATION Associate AD/SID: ...................... Ryan Hall Office Phone: ........................858-534-8437 Cell Phone: ............................858-967-5346 E-Mail: ............................. r2hall@ucsd.edu Assistant SID: ...................... Mark Oshidari Office Phone: ........................858-534-8451 Cell Phone: ............................858-210-5853 E-Mail: .......................moshidari@ucsd.edu SID Fax: ................................858-534-8475

All-Time Results ............................ 20-22

WATER POLO STAFF Head Coach: .......................... Larry Sanders Alma Mater: ..................UC San Diego, ‘88 Record at UCSD (years): ..........168-138 (9) Assistant Coach:....................Kirsten Frazer Assistant Coach:......................Glenn Busch Water Polo Office:.................. 858-8223578

Canyonview Pool .................................25

All-Time Opponents ............................22 UCSD Athletics Overview ...................23 Community Outreach ...........................24 Performance/Sports Medicine..............26 San Diego-America’s Finest City ........27

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Overall Record: ......................... 19-17 2008 WWPA Finish: .............................. 3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ..............11/8 Starters Returning/Lost: ......................... 4/3 Newcomers: ...............................................6 MEDIA SERVICES Internet Home Page: .......... ucsdtritons.com CWPA................... collegiatewaterpolo.com WWPA ......................westernwaterpolo.org

CREDITS

The UC San Diego women’s water polo media guide was written, edited and designed by Mark Oshidari, Assistant Sports Information Director, Photographs by Brock Scott, Jimmy Gekas, the UCSD Sports Facilities Office and the UCSD Regents Office.

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COACHING STAFF 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Larry

Head Coach • 10th season UC San Diego ‘88

Sanders

Head Coach Larry Sanders begins his tenth season as head coach of the UC San Diego women’s water polo team in 2009. He first joined the UCSD staff in 1993, serving as the men’s water polo assistant coach and director of the team’s recruiting efforts. In eight seasons at the helm of the highly successful UCSD women’s water polo team, Sanders has led the Tritons to a 168-138 record, with a WWPA Championship in 2000 and three runnerup finishes. Sanders took over the team during an exciting time for women’s water polo. UCSD had established itself as one of the nation’s top teams, winning five national championships from 1986 to 1994. But in 2000, the NCAA officially recognized women’s water polo as a championship sport, providing Sanders with new opportunities and challenges never before presented to the team. While water polo continues to be added as an NCAA sport at more and more institutions, Sanders has done an outstanding job maintaining UCSD’s level of national prestige. Sanders was selected Division II coach of the year in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 while he also was the WWWPA Coach of the Year in his rookie season. His Tritons have also boasted 28 All-Americans since the move to Division II, including six Player of the Years (Emma Kudritzki in 2002, Dana Tucker in 2003, Tobi Lyman in 2005, Kaitlin Foe in 2006, Sarah Bajorek in 2007 and Kim Hockett in 2008).

YEAR 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 Totals

Year-By-Year Team Results RECORD 19-17 19-13 16-18 18-17 16-20 24-14 22-13 20-13 14-14 12-17 9-17 5-19 14-16 25-6 28-2 15-5 21-4 13-2 25-0-1 15-2-1 20-5 10-12-2 19-4 14-11 411-260-4

PCT. .528 .593 .471 .514 .444 .632 .629 .606 .500 .414 .346 .208 .467 .806 .933 .750 .840 .867 .981 .861 .800 .458 .826 .560 .612

NCAA FINISH 16th 14th 17th 17th 17th 12th 9th 12th 13th 12th 12th 8th 7th 4th 1st 3rd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 3rd

All-Time Triton Coaching Records:

Coach Larry Sanders Denny Harper Totals

1st

2

Years 2000-2008 (9) 1985-1999 (15) 1985-2008 (24)

Games 307 371 678

Record 168-139 245-122-4 411-260-4

Pct. .547 .666 .612


COACHING STAFF 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Kirsten

Assistant Coach • 1st season UC San Diego ‘07

Frazer

Kirsten Frazer begins her first season as an assistant water polo coach at UC San Diego. Frazer attended UCSD from 2003-07, including time on the water polo team scoring 16 goals as a senior. The San Diego native also attended San Diego Mesa JC and has been coaching as the head coach for the Grossmont HS girls water polo team. Frazer is also a U.S.A. water polo referee for ages 12 and under through 18 and under. Frazer also presently plays awater polo as part of the OMVAC Women’s Masters Water Polo Club.

Glen

Assistant Coach 1st Season

Busch

Glenn Busch is in his first as an assistant coach for the women’s water polo team at UC San Diego. Glenn played on the UCSD men’s water polo team from 1997-2000 and earned All-WWPA honors twice and was named an All-American his senior season. Glenn made the crucial save to seal the upset win over USC in the 2000 National Championship Semi-Final game advancing UCSD to its first ever National Championship game appearance. Busch is also an assistant coach for the UCSD men’s water polo team. Before joining the coaching staff at UCSD, Glenn spent six seasons at Torrey Pines High School as the boy’s water polo junior varsity coach and assistant varsity coach. He helped the school reach three consecutive San Diego Section CIF Division 1 Championship games. Glenn graduated from UCSD with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Animal Physiology and Neuroscience. He also obtained his Masters in Educational Sciences from UCSD.

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2009 ROSTER 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

NO. 1 1 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 RS RS

NAME Markayla Quane Ebey Sorenson Kristen Ostosh Kirsten Bates Sydney Gstettenbauer Rebecca Gearty Bridgette Bugay Stephanie Bocian Naydine Shnayderman Audra Bloom Judy Emaus Kelsey Schultz Stephanie Heinrich Janice Aguilar Jessica Tran Amanda Wong Hanalei Crowell Monica Hanson Christina Allison Alexandra Taylor

POS. GK GK GK 2M Attacker 2MD UTL UTL UTL Attacker 2M UTL UTL 2M Attacker UTL Attacker Attacker UTL GK

HT. 5-8 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-6 5-10 5-4 5-9 5-8 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-6

YR. Jr. So. RFr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. RFr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Head Coach: Larry Sanders (UC San Diego, 1988) 10th season Assistant Coaches: Glenn Busch, Kirsten Frazer

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HOMETOWN El Segundo, Calif./El Segundo Martinez, Calif./College Park La Jolla, Calif./La Jolla Reedley, Calif./Kingsburgh Ventura, Calif./Ventura Huntington Beach, Calif./Huntington Santa Barbara, Calif./Santa Barbara Riverside, Calif./Riverside Poly Long Beach, Calif./Los Alamitos Nuevo, Calif./Perris East Lansing, Mich./Okemos Ann Arbor, Mich./Dexter Glendora, Calif./Charter Oaks San Diego, Calif./Westview Irvine, Calif./Irvine Palo Alto, Calif./Palo Alto Senior HS Kailua, Hawaii (Kamehameha Schools Kapalama) Oakland, Calif./Bishop O’Dowd Tehachapi, Calif./Otay Ranch Los Alamitos, Calif./Los Alamitos


STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Bridgette

Senior • Utility • 5-4 Santa Barbara, Calif. • Santa Barbara HS

Bugay

#6

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Scored two goals with nine assists and three steals in 2008... saw action in 89 quarters, taking 15 shots on goal... scored five times with 10 goals and 12 steals in 96 quarters in 2007... named to the 2007 WWPA All-Academic Team... 2006 included 70 quarters of action with four goals, five assists and two steals.

member of the Paradise and Santa Barbara Club teams... also competed in swimming. PERSONAL: Born March 4, 1987... parents are Phil and Terrie Bugay... Phil played rugby and soccer at UC Santa Barbara... has a younger sibling named Braden... a Political Science major in Warren College... hobbies include playing the guitar and singing.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Santa Barbara HS where she was part of the CIF and League Championship team for four-years... team was ranked No. 1 in the nation during the 2003-04 season...

Sydney

Gstettenbauer AT UC SAN DIEGO: Earned All-WWPA and CWPA AllAmerican honors in 2008... also scored 82 goals, the second highest single-season mark in school history... added 47 assists and 46 steals... took 185 shots on goal and connected on a teamhigh 44 percent on goals... played in a team-high 127 quarters with 35 goals on 82 attempts in 2007... also added 30 steals and 29 assists... earned a spot on the 2007 WWPA All-Academic Team... appeared in 30 quarters with 10 goals, six assists and two steals as a redshirt freshman in 2006. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Ventura HS where she was a member of the volleyball, water polo and swimming teams... water polo team advanced to the CIF division II finals... named first-team All-County, All-Tri County, the senior all-star team and Ventura Star Student Scholar Athlete... senior season stats included 54 goals, 29 assists, 19 ejections drawn and 15 saves... other clubs and honors included the Girl Scout Gold Award, NHS, CSF, Varsity Club, Cougar Connect, AIDS walk and Juvenille Diabetes walk... also a member of the Ventura Coast club team which went to the Junior Olympics. PERSONAL: Born November 3, 1986 in San Luis Obispo, Calif.... parents are James Gstettenbauer and Linda Yen... undeclared major in Warren College.

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Senior • Driver • 5-6 Ventura, Calif. • Ventura HS

#3


STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Christina

Junior • Attacker • 5-8 Tehachapi, Calif. • Otay Ranch HS

Allison

RS

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Otay Ranch HS in Chula Vista... water polo team finished in third place at the South Bay Championships... varsity captain and first-team all-league during her junior and senior seasons... an All-Academic athlete for the Union-Tribune and holds the record for most ejections drawn in a single South Bay League game. PERSONAL: Born August 27, 1988... parents are Steve and Priscilla Allison... has two siblings named Robyn and Robert... a Communications major in Muir College... lists hobbies as reading, dancing, traveling, taking photos, going to the beach and socializing... career goal is to become a Marine Mammal Trainer.

Audra

Junior • Attacker • 5-7 Nuevo, Calif. • Perris HS

Bloom

#9

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Scored 18 goals with 25 assists and 39 steals in 2008... took 82 shots on goal in 139 quarters... appeared in 45 quarters with five goals in 13 attempts... also added five steals and three assists. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Perris High School in Perris, Calif… set the school record for most steals in a season… helped team to two Sunbelt League Championships… also a member of twotime CIF qualifying squad… participated in Elite Water Polo from 2005-2006. Riverside Water Polo in 2004, and the 18 and under Junior Olympics with Elite Water Polo in 2006… finished 26th in the 2006 Junior Olympics. PERSONAL: Born September 19, 1988… parents are William Bloom and Mary Contreras… has an older brother named Billy and two younger sister named Briana and Kayley… Biochemistry major in Eleanor Roosevelt College… interests include motorcycles, surfing, tennis, jet skis, and ultimate Frisbee.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Stephanie

Junior • Utility • 5-9 Riverside, Calif. • Riverside Poly HS

Bocian

#7

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Earned All-WWPA and CWPA AllAmerican honors in her second year at UCSD... scored 18 goals with a team-high 50 assists and 41 steals in 2008... took 104 shots on goal in 149 quarters... scored five times with six goals and 21 steals in 93 quarters as a freshman in 2007... named to the 2007 WWPA All-Academic Team... redshirted the 2006 season. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Riverside Poly High School in Riverside, Calif… named to the First Team CIF Division V in 2006… helped team to CIF-SS Finals in 2003 and CIF-SSS Semi-finalists from 2004-2006… team won the Ivy League Championship in 2003 and 2004… part of Women’s National 20 and Under Champions in 2005 and second-place team in 2006… competed in the Junior Olympics from 2001-2006, earning gold in 2001, 2002, 2004, and 2006, and silver in 2003… earned Junior Olympics All-American Honorable Mention in 2004. PERSONAL: Born June 13, 2006… parents are David and Kathleen Bocian… both parents work at UC Riverside, David as a Chemistry Professor, and Kathleen as an Education Researcher… has an older brother named Matt… Human Biology major in Earl Warren College… career goals include becoming a sports therapist and owner a sports clinic.

Rebecca

Junior • 2M • 5-10 Huntington Beach, Calif. • Huntington Beach HS

Gearty

#5

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Tallied 26 steals with five goals and two assists... had 18 attempts on goal in 76 quarters in 2008... recorded four goals on eight attempts in 29 quarters during the 2007 year... also recorded six steals and one assist... redshirted the 2006 season.

Junior Olympics participant. PERSONAL: Born January 29, 1987... parents are Michael and Sari Gearty... has two younger brothers named Colin and Austin... her relative Stephen Gearty plays football for San Diego State... is an Aerospace Engineering major in Marshall College... hobbies include surfing and reading.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Huntington Beach HS where she was a member of the water polo team that went 17-10 in 2005, the best record in school history... team reached the CIF playoffs... had 105 goals, 139 steals, 39 assists and 67 ejections drawn in her career... part of the Golden West Water Polo club team and a 2000

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Stephanie

Heinrich AT UC SAN DIEGO: In 2008, Heinrich scored 18 goals with 16 steals and 15 assists... attempted 61 shots on goal in 122 quarters... appeared in 25 quarters as a freshman in 2007... scored one goal with three assists and four steals... redshirted the 2006 season.

Junior • Utility • 5-6 Glendora, Calif. • Charter Oaks HS

#12

February-March of 2005. PERSONAL: Born December 17, 1986... parents are Darrell and Linda Heinrich... has a younger brother named Christopher... an undeclared Biological Science major in Muir College... hobbies include long boarding, wakeboarding and photography.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Charter Oaks HS where the water polo team went 18-12 and advanced to the CIF playoffs... has 102 goals, 28 assists, 48 steals and 44 ejections drawn in her junior year... in 2005 tallied 95 goals, 38 assists, 73 steals and 38 ejections drawn... participated on an undefeated all-star team in

Markayla

Junior • Goalie • 5-8 El Segundo, Calif. • El Segundo HS

Quane

#1

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Recorded 71 saves in 2008... saw action in 28 quarters with three assists and six steals... appeared in 29 quarters recording 60 saves in her first season on the La Jolla campus. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended El Segundo HS and was part of the 22-6 water polo team in her senior year... team won the Ocean League Championship and Henry Stuart Championship and advanced to the CIF semifinals... team MVP of Kai Water Polo Club... A-Team member of the Los Angeles Water Polo Club for three years and named Most Valuable Goalie at the Alberta Open Tournament. PERSONAL: Born September 25, 1987... parents are Mark and Linda Quane... has a younger sister named Elle... is an Animal Physiology and Neuroscience major in Revelle College... hobbies include hiking, snowboarding and whitewater rafting.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Janice

Sophomore • 2M • 5-7 San Diego, Calif. • Westview HS

Aguilar

#13

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Scored 20 goals with a 34 percent shooting percentage in 2008... drew 18 ejections, two assists and five steals in 107 quarters... did not play in the 2007 year... redshirted the 2006 season. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended nearby Westview High School… season bests of 127 goals and 54 ejections drawn… career totals of 349 goals, 178 steals, 167 ejections drawn, and 88 assists… helped team to a 17-12 record and the 2006 CIF Semi-finals… member of Sunset, Pacific Swim, and Pacific Polo teams… competed at Junior Nationals with Sunset, Junior Olympics and Far Western Championships with Pacific Swim, and Pier Swim with Pacific Polo. PERSONAL: Born May 13, 1988… parents are Jorge and Linda Aguilar… has an older sister named Jessica… Political Science major with emphasis in Public Law in John Muir College… enjoys swimming, shopping, and music in her spare time.

Hanalei

Sophomore • Attacker • 5-6 Kailua, Hawaii • Kamehameha Schools Kapalama

Crowell

#17

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Named to the 2008 WWPA All-Freshman team... saw action in 113 quarters as a freshman... took 46 shots on goal with eight goals, six assists and 22 steals... also drew six ejections.

club team experience included the Iolani Water Polo Club, the Hawaiian Islands Water Polo Club, and the Kamehameha swim club. PERSONAL: Born January 25, 1989… parents are Gregory and Margaret Crowell… father is a graduate of the University of Portland, while mother graduated from Hawaii Manoa… has two siblings named Kamaile and Kainoa… Kamaile plays water polo at UCLA… an undeclared major in Sixth College… hobbies include going to the beach, shopping and knitting.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Kamehameha Schools Kapalama in Honolulu… water polo team captured the 2006 State Championship and Interscholastic League of Honolulu title… earned first-team ILH honors and All-American honors in 2007… named the 2006 ILH Player of the year along wilth all-conference and all-american honors in both 2006 and 2005… placed fifth at the 2007 state championship in the 50 free and 100 free…

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Nadine

Sophomore • Utility • 5-8 Long Beach, Calif. • Los Alamitos HS

Shnayderman

#15

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Saw action in five quarters in 2008... recorded one assists and took one shot on goal. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Los Alamitos HS… water polo team won the Sunset League title in 2005 and 2006, advancing to the CIF quarterfinals in 2005 and 2006… a CIF participant in 2007 after a 22-7 record… won the teams’ Coaches Award in 2007… scored 22 goals in the 2007 season and a 100 back time of 1:05.92 on the swimming team… other activities included the Multicultural club and National Honors Society. PESONAL: Born June 1, 1989… parents are Gennady and Lori Shnayderman… has a sibling named Sonny… grandfather played soccer for Dynamo Kiev… a Biology major in Muir College… other interests include spending time with loved ones, watching stand-up comedy, reading and all sports.

Ebey

Sorenson AT UC SAN DIEGO: After redshirting the 2007 season, Sorenson saw action in one game in 2008 with two saves, allowing one score. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, Calif... member of both the swimming and water polo teams in high school... maintained a 3.21 goals against average and recorded career best of 4.1 blocks per game in 2004... top times of 1:56.23 in the 200 Free, 54.11 in the 100 Free, 24.21 in the 50 Free, 1:12.99 in the 100 Breast, and 2:21 in the 200 IM... helped team to first water polo league championship in school history.... swim team went 6-0 in 2005, advancing to the NCS semi-finals... 0member of NCS Scholastic Team in 2004 for team holding highest average GPA... participated in Junior Olympics in 2005 and advanced to the Far Western Championships on three occasions.

Sophomore • Goalie • 5-10 Martinez, Calif. • College Park HS

#1

PERSONAL: Born May 5, 1988... parents are Daniel and Margee Curran... Margee swam distance freestyle at UC Berkley from 1979-1983 and was the first woman to be named an AllAmerican at Cal, earning the distinction three times... has three younger sibling named David, Hannah, and Hope... undeclared major in Eleanor Roosevelt College... hobbies include Black and White photography, reading, and going to the beach.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE PROFILES 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Kristen

Redshirt Freshman • Goalie • 5-10 La Jolla, Calif. • La Jolla HS

Ostosh

#1

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended local La Jolla HS… water polo team reached the CIF semifinals in 2006 and 2007… named to the Pacific Southwest Zone water polo team in 2007… AFC alltournament team and Defensive MVP in 2007… a Union-Tribune All-Academic team member in 2006 and 2007… member of WindanSea Water Polo Club. PERSONAL: Born September 18, 1989… parents are Brian and Marion Ostosh… has an older sister named Annemarie… a Mechanical Engineering major in Muir College… hobbies include going to the beach.

Kelsey

Redshirt Freshman • Utility • 5-8 Ann Arbor, Mich. • Dexter HS

Schultz

#11

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Dexter HS… earned All-Regional, Rookie of the Year in 2005 and team Most Valuable Player in 2007… member of the Great Lakes Water Polo Club in 200507… water polo Junior Olympics in 2005-06 and the Midwest Zone Water Polo team in 2005-06. PERSONAL: Born December 17, 1988… parents are Robert and Sheri Schultz… has two older sisters named Laura and Amanda… a Political Science major and History minor in Sixth College… career goal is to become a Lawyer… lists hobbies as music, concerts, art and traveling.

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NEWCOMERS 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Kirsten

Freshman • 2M • 5-11 Reedley, Calif. • Kingsburg HS

Bates

#2

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Kingsburg HS where she was the leading scorer for the Central Sequoia League title team... earned League MVP and All-Valley first-team honors. PERSONAL: Born on July 4, 1990... parents are Jim and Debbie Bates... has two siblings named Kyle and Kassy... mother swam at Fresno State and played water polo on the national team... father played water polo in college and sister is playing water polo in junior college... hobbies include reading and snowboarding... a Human Development major in Muir College.

Monica

Freshman • Attacker • 5-6 Oakland, Calif. • Bishop O’Dowd HS

Hanson

#18

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Bishop O’Dowd HS in Oakland, Calif.... water polo team won the ACCAL League Title in each year from 2004-07... individual awards include first-team AllLeague in 2006 and 2007... MVP in 2007-08, All-American in 2005 and Coaches Award... also participated with the Oakland Water Polo club from 2003-08). PERSONAL: Born on March 27, 1990... the daughter of James Hanson and Dianne Nicolini... parents are graduates of UC Berkeley... has an older brother named Thomas... hobbies include tennis, hiking, watching movies and keeping up with the news and with politics... a Political Science major and History minor in Roosevelt College.

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NEWCOMERS 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Alexandra

Freshman • GK • 5-6 Los Alamitos, Calif. • Los Alamitos HS

Taylor

RS

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Los Alamitos HS where the water polo team advanced to the 2008 California Southern Section and CIF quarterfinals for three years... also won two league championships... in 2007-08, statistics included 219 saves in 31 games with 148 goals allowed... club experience included 2003-07 with the Viking Water Polo, Golden West Water Polo and Los Alamitos Youth Water Polo. PERSONAL: Born on February 13, 1990... parents are Gregory Taylor and Janine Schott... mother played water polo at UC Santa Barbara... has two siblings named Tim and Trevor... hobbies include scuba diving, surfing, movies and travel... a Biology major in Marshall College.

Jessica

Freshman • Attacker • 5-4 Irvine, Calif. • Irvine HS

Tran

#15

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Irvine HS where she was on the water polo and swim team... in water polo was named the to the South Pacific Zone team, first-team All-League, third team AllCIF in 2007... first-team All-League and second-team All-CIF in 2008... a two-time Scholar Athlete... leading scorer for the water polo team during her senior year. PERSONAL: Born October 23, 1990... parents are Toan and Thuan Tran... has a sibling named Brian... an undeclared major in Roosevelt College.

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NEWCOMERS 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Amanda

Freshman • Utility • 5-8 Palo Alto, Calif. • Palo Alto Senior HS

Wong

#16

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Palo Alto Senior HS as the water polo team won the Varsity League Championship in 2006-07 and 2008... also a Sacramento Valley Tournament 19U Champion and Junior Olympics Gold division champion... awards include varsity second-team all-league, All Central Coast Section secondteam and San Jose Mercury News All High School Honorable Mention. PERSONAL: Born June 30, 1990... parents are Matthew and Mary Wong... has a younger sister named Rachel... hobbies include walking her dog Jessie, lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons at the local pool... an undeclared major in Sixth College.

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2008 STATISTICS 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide ` CAP QT

Name Herman N.

(+0)

(+2)

(+1)

(+1)

(+2)

(+2)

(+1)

(-1)

Att.

Goals

Assists

Steals

KO E

5M

FB

TO

(-1)

(-1)

Sc On O Foul

(-2)

(-2)

KO

4M

(-1)

(+1)

Errors SD

Pos

2

148

122

40

22

41

24

0

4

22

0

3

22

2

0

1

22

Gstettenbauer S. 3

154

185

82

47

46

21

1

4

27

1

3

20

3

0

0

31

Stone B.

4

13

5

0

1

3

2

0

0

2

0

2

3

0

0

0

0

Gearty R

5

76

18

5

2

26

3

0

1

8

1

2

15

2

0

0

11

Bugay B.

6

89

15

2

9

3

10

0

0

14

0

9

15

1

0

0

2

Bocian S.

7

149

104

18

50

41

21

2

3

32

0

2

22

5

0

0

14

Graff C.

8

11

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

Hahn L.

9

141

66

13

11

15

35

5

3

25

0

12

42

0

0

0

13

Emaus J.

10 150

94

39

16

22

91

8

1

28

0

37

38

3

0

0

37

Stiffler N.

11

50

6

0

5

3

3

0

0

7

0

0

3

2

0

0

2

Heinrich S.

12 122

61

18

15

16

13

2

1

29

2

15

15

1

0

0

6

Aguilar J.

13 107

58

20

2

5

18

5

1

21

1

22

6

3

1

0

14

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Shnayderman N. 15

5

Halmay E.

16 132

41

9

10

32

4

1

5

9

0

1

27

1

0

0

2

Crowell H.

17 113

46

8

6

22

6

2

5

6

1

2

6

2

0

0

7

Wong A.

18

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Bloom A.

19 139

82

18

25

39

29

3

4

27

0

7

35

1

1

0

12

Att.

Goals

Assists

Steals

KO E

4M

FB

TO

KO

4M

907

274

235

339

282

29

23

292

272

26

1

Field Players: Goalies

Sc On O Foul

6

117

5/6 Sv+2 5msv+1 Asst +1 St +1 G sc+2 TO -1 4m -1 KO -1

Errors SD 2

1

Pos 205

Errors

Pos

Hockett K.

1

126

237

0

62

6

11

24

1

23

1

0

196

0

0

109

Quane M.

1

28

57

0

14

0

3

6

0

7

0

0

53

0

0

Curran E.

1

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

:20

Sprint

#

W/

Sv +1

1

G ag -1

Time

Outs

2

3

Score by quarter

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT 1

OT2

SD

FINAL

UCSD

74

63

74

54

5

2

1

269

1

Opponent

67

57

56

60

4

4

2

243

2

Counter goals

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT 1

OT2

SD

FINAL

4

33

3 UCSD

12

7

8

4

0

0

0

12

Opponent

13

6

7

7

0

0

0

18

0 0

% 0.30142 0.27941

6 on 5 % 5on 6 %

Ejections 282 0 272 0

#1 Kim Hockett

Scored 85 76

#2 Nicole Hermann

#3 Sydney Gstettenbauer

17

#7 Stephanie Bocian


TRITON HONORS 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

INDIVIDUAL TRITON HONORS

UCSD Captains' Club

Markayla Quane, Sydney Gstettenbauer...............................2009 Nicole Hermann, Kim Hockett .............................................2008 Natalie Hockett, Nicole Hermann .........................................2007 Kaitlin Foe, Flynn LaRochelle..............................................2006 Kaitlin Foe, Jessica Wong, Flynn LaRochelle ......................2005 Meris Bantilan-Smith, Rachael Kleidon ...............................2004 Danielle Boyle, Dana Tucker ................................................2003 Emma Kudritzki, Danielle Boyle..........................................2002 Hilary Smith, Emma Kudritzki .............................................2001 Maryam Hadiashar, Angie Kondrat ......................................2000 Kathryn Ozaki .......................................................................1999 Shawna Caballero .................................................................1997 Amber Reiss-Holt, Shannon Watman, Shawna Caballero ....1996 Julie Swail .............................................................................1995 Julie Swail, Alison Westfall ..................................................1994 Julie Swail, Alison Westfall ..................................................1993 Jamie Daily, Brenda Reiton ..................................................1992 Jamie Daily, Kristen Larson, Christy Parker ........................1991 Jefi Paulsen............................................................................1990 Jefi Paulsen, Carin Crawford ................................................1989 Jefi Paulsen, Carin Crawford ................................................1988 Janelle Lowe, Mary Bolich ...................................................1987 Janelle Lowe, Jenny Honne ..................................................1986 Karen Givens, Karen Kalk ....................................................1985 Dede Stienhoff ......................................................................1984 Dede Stienhoff ......................................................................1983

Jessica Wong

Triton All-Americans

NCAA DIVISION II (Since in 2001) Kim Hockett (Player of the Year) .........................................2008 Sydney Gstettenbauer ...........................................................2008 Judy Emaus ...........................................................................2008 Nicole Hermann ....................................................................2008 Stephanie Bocian ..................................................................2008 Sarah Bajorek (Player of the Year) .......................................2007 Britta Nordstrom ...................................................................2007 Judy Emaus ...........................................................................2007 Kim Hockett ..........................................................................2007 Sydney Gstettenbauer ...........................................................2007 Kaitlin Foe, First Team (Player of the Year) .........................2006 Natalie Hockett, First Team ..................................................2006 Britta Nordstrom, First Team ................................................2006 Michelle Perkins, First Team ................................................2006 Tobi Lyman, First Team (Player of the Year) ........................2005 Courtney Clevenger, First Team ...........................................2005 Lindsay Grossman, First Team .............................................2005 Kaitlin Foe, First Team .........................................................2005 Courtney Clevenger, First Team ...........................................2004 Stephanie Lombardo, First Team ..........................................2004 Meris Bantilan-Smith, First Team .........................................2004 Dana Tucker, First Team (Player of the Year) .......................2003 Samara Silverman, First Team ..............................................2003 Meris Bantilan-Smith, First Team .........................................2003 Emma Kudritzki, First Team (Player of the Year) ................2002 Dana Tucker, First Team .......................................................2002 Emma Kudritzki, First Team .................................................2001 Hilary Smith, First Team .......................................................2001

Tobi Lyman

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2008 RESULTS DATE

OPPONENT

01.24

2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide H/A/N

W/L

SCORE

REC.

Colorado State

A

W

20-8

1-0

No. 7

San Jose State

N

L

5-9

1-1

01.26

No. 1

UCLA

N

L

5-14

1-2

01.27

No. 18

Michigan

A

L

5-6

1-3

01.26

01.27

No. 11

Arizona State

N

L

4-6

1-4

02.07

No. 10

Hartwick

H

L

9-15

1-5

02.09

Indiana

H

W

11-8

2-5

02.09

No. 12

Loyola Marymount

H

L

11-12 OT

2-6

02.10

No. 14

Long Beach State

H

L

7-10

2-7

02.10

No. 16

Cal State Northridge

H

W

8-7 2OT

3-7

02.16

Cal State San Bernardino

H

W

10-7

4-7

02.23

No. 2

Stanford

N

L

3-11

4-8

02.23

No. 10

UC Irvine

A

L

2-6

4-9

02.24

No. 15

Michigan

N

L

10-11 OT

4-10

02.24

No. 13

UC Santa Barbara

N

W

8-7

5-10

03.01

Cal State Bakersfield

H

W

7-5

6-10

03.01

Pomona Pitzer

H

W

10-7

7-10

03.07

UC Davis

N

L

4-5

7-11

03.07

Cal State Bakersfield

N

W

11-6

8-11

03.08

Sonoma State

N

W

11-5

9-11

03.08

Santa Clara

N

L

4-5

9-12

03.14

Colorado State

H

W

9-2

10-12

03.15

Pacific

N

W

14-6

11-12

03.15

No. 7

Princeton

N

L

4-5 OT

11-13

03.29

Cal State San Bernardino

N

W

7-6

12-13

03.29

Cal Baptist

N

W

7-6

13-13

03.30

Pacific

N

W

10-5

14-13

03.30

No. 20

No. 7

04.05

Arizona State

A

L

4-8

14-14

Chapman

H

W

10-1

15-14

04.05

No. 5

San Diego State

H

L

5-6

15-15

04.09

No. 4

Hawaii

H

L

5-7

15-16

04.12

No. 12

Loyola Marymount

A

W

9-7

16-16

04.17

Cal Baptist

H

W

6-4

17-16

04.25

Sonoma State

N

W

8-6

18-16

04.26

No. 12

Loyola Marymount

A

L

3-4

18-17

04.27

No. 17

Santa Clara

N

W

8-7

19-17

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ALL-TIME LEADERS 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide SINGLE SEASON GOALS 84 ..................Julie Swail (‘95) 82 Sydney Gstettenbauer (‘08) 79 ..................Julie Swail (‘94) 69 .............Sarah Bajorek (‘07) 68 .............. Jamie Dailey (‘92) 65 ............ Brenda Reiton (‘92) 63 ...............Dana Tucker (‘03) 62 .........Emma Kudritzki (‘02) 62 .........Emma Kudritzki (‘01) 60 ........... Lillian Lathrop (‘89) SINGLE SEASON ATT. 185 Sydney Gstettenbauer (‘08) 168 ..................Julie Swail (‘94) 166 ..................Julie Swail (‘95) 164 ...............Dana Tucker (‘02) 159 ...............Dana Tucker (‘03) 158 ................ Tobi Lyman (‘05) 155 .............Sarah Bajorek (‘07) 153 .........Emma Kudritzki (‘02) 150 ........... Dede Steinhoff (‘83) 145 ............Jennifer Payne (‘96)

SINGLE SEASON STEALS 87 . Meris Bantilan-Smith (‘04) 85 ...... Samara Silverman (‘03) 74 ...... Samara Silverman (‘02) 70 ........ Britta Nordstrom (‘07) 62 ...... Samara Silverman (‘01) 60 ............. Sarah Bajorek (‘07) 60 .............Christy Parker (‘91) 59 ...... Samara Silverman (‘00) 58 ............ Kristen Larson (‘91) 53 .......Shawna Caballero (‘97) SEASON EJECTS DRAWN 91 ................ Judy Emaus (‘08) 87 ............... Dana Tucker (‘03) 79 ............... Dana Tucker (‘02) 79 ...............Jamie Dailey (‘92) 76 .................. Julie Swail (‘95) 75 ...........Carin Crawford (‘89) 74 .......Shawna Caballero (‘97) 70 ................ Judy Emaus (‘07) 68 ............... Hilary Smith (‘01) 66 .................Jenny Hone (‘86)

SEASON SHOOTING PCT. .540 ........... Lillian Lathrop (‘89) .528 ...............Danell Lowe (‘86) .525 ................Judy Emaus (‘06) .522 .......... Natalie Hockett (‘06) .508 .Meris Bantilan-Smith (‘02) .506 ..................Julie Swail (‘95) .500 ..... Lindsay Grossman (‘05) .481 .........Emma Kudritzki (‘01) .470 ..................Julie Swail (‘94) .468 ............. Vickie Barker (‘78)

SEASON PEN. DRAWN 16 ...........Natalie Hockett (‘07) 12 .................. Julie Swail (‘95) 10 ............... Dana Tucker (‘03) 10 ...............Jamie Dailey (‘92) 8 ................ Judy Emaus (‘08) 8 ...........Carin Crawford (‘88) 6 .................. Julie Swail (‘94) 6 ............... Hilary Smith (‘01)

SINGLE SEASON ASSISTS 60 ........... Danielle Boyle (‘03) 55 ............ Christy Parker (‘91) 51 ........ Michelle Perkins (‘06) 51 ........... Kristen Larson (‘90) 50 ......Stephanie Bocian (‘08) 47 Sydney Gstettenbauer (’08) 44 .........Claudia O’Brien (‘78) 41 .............. Jamie Dailey (‘92) 40 ..................Erin Welsh (‘01)

SEASON GOALIE SAVES 274 .................Jefi Paulsen (‘90) 268 .................Jefi Paulsen (‘89) 266 ............. Megan Hubbs (‘01) 238 .. Stephanie Lombardo (‘04) 237 ............... Kim Hockett (‘08) 224 .............. Leona Mason (‘96) 221 ............... Kim Hockett (‘07) 221 ..................Kaitlin Foe (‘03) 193 Maryam Hadiashar (‘00) 184 ........Jennifer Renwick (‘86)

Natalie Hockett

CAREER GOALS 245 ...................Julie Swail (‘92-95) 218 ............... Jamie Dailey (‘89-92) 210 ..........Emma Kudritzki (‘99-02) 195 ............. Brenda Reiton (‘89-92) 157 ................Dana Tucker (‘00-03) 155 .............Jennifer Payne (‘93-96) 152 .................... Toya Ellis (‘87-90) CAREER ATTEMPTS 551 ............. Dede Stenhoff (‘81-83) 533 ...................Julie Swail (‘92-95) 519 ............... Jamie Dailey (‘89-92) 504 ..........Emma Kudritzki (‘99-02) 481 ............. Brenda Reiton (‘89-92) 438 .............Jennifer Payne (‘93-96) 419 ................Dana Tucker (‘00-03) 418 ................ Mary Bolich (‘83-86) CAREER SHOOTING PCT .460 ...................Julie Swail (‘92-95) .452 ............ Lillian Lathrop (‘86-89) .444 ................. Judy Emaus (‘05-08) .438 .... Christine Townsend (‘88-91) .433 ........... Natalie Hockett (‘04-07) .425 ....... Samara Silverman (‘00-03) .420 ............... Jamie Dailey (‘89-92) .417 ..........Emma Kudritzki (‘99-02) .415 ............... Jennell Lowe (‘83-86) .412 ..Meris Bantilan-Smith (‘01-04) .405 ............. Brenda Reiton (‘89-92) CAREER ASSISTS 125 ............... Jamie Dailey (‘89-92) 118 ............. Christy Parker (‘88-91) 110 ...................Julie Swail (‘92-95) 101 ............ Danielle Boyle (‘00-03) 99 .............Kristen Larson (‘88-91) 86 ..........Claudia O’Brien (‘75-78)

Dana Tucker

Emma Kudritzki

20

CAREER STEALS 280 ........ Samara Silverman (‘00-03) 217 ... Meris Bantilan-Smith (‘01-04) 174 ...............Christy Parker (‘88-91) 169 .........Shawna Caballero (‘93-96) 158 .............. Kristen Larson (‘88-91) 155 .................Jamie Dailey (‘89-92) 154 .......... Britta Nordstrom (‘04-07) 153 .................... Julie Swail (‘92-95) 146 ............... Sarah Bajorek (‘04-07) 145 ...............Brenda Reiton (‘89-92) CAREER EJECTS DRAWN 219 ................. Dana Tucker (‘00-03) 217 .................Jamie Dailey (‘89-92) 201 .................... Julie Swail (‘92-95) 199 ................. Judy Emaus (‘05-’08) 196 .........Shawna Caballero (‘93-96) 192 ................. Hilary Smith (‘98-01) 188 ...............Brenda Reiton (‘89-92) 175 ...................Jenny Hone (‘83-86) CAREER PEN. DRAWN 27 .............Natalie Hockett (‘04-07) 22 .................... Julie Swail (‘92-95) 19 ................. Dana Tucker (‘00-03) 18 .................Jamie Dailey (‘89-92) 14 .................. Judy Emaus (‘05-08) 14 ........ Samara Silverman (‘00-03) 14 .........Shawna Caballero (‘94-97) 13 ........... Emma Kudritzki (‘99-02) 13 ................. Hilary Smith (‘98-01) 12 .............Carin Crawford (‘88-89) CAREER GOALIE SAVES 852 ...................Jefi Paulsen (‘87-90) 701 ................ Leona Mason (‘93-96) 697 ....... Maryam Hadiashar (‘97-00) 635 ................Kim Hockett (‘05-’08) 635 ..........Jennifer Renwick (‘83-86) 634 .................. Kaitlin Foe (‘03-’06) 396 .....Stephanie Lombardo (‘02,04) 324 ............... Megan Hubbs (‘00-01)

Kim Hockett


COLLEGIATE NATIONAL WATER POLO HISTORY 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide 1984 1. 2. 3.

at California UC Davis California Slippery Rock

1994 1. 2. 3.

at Michigan UC San Diego Slippery Rock UC Davis

1985 1. 2. 3.

at UC San Diego Stanford UC Santa Barbara UC San Diego

1995 1. 2. 3.

at Maryland Slippery Rock San Diego State UC Davis

1986 1. 2. 3.

at Harvard UC San Diego Stanford Slippery Rock

1996 1. 2. 3.

at UC Davis UCLA California San Diego State

1987 1. 2. 3.

at UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara Slippery Rock Long Beach State

1997 1. 2. 3.

at Michigan UCLA California San Diego State

1988 1. 2. 3.

at US Naval Academy UC Davis UC Santa Barbara UC San Diego

1998 1. 2. 3.

at Southern California UCLA California Stanford

1989 1. 2. 3.

at UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara UC San Diego UC Davis

1999 1. 2. 3.

at UC Davis Southern California Stanford UCLA

1990 1. 2. 3.

at Brown UC San Diego UC Davis Slippery Rock

2000 1. 2. 3.

at Indiana UCLA Southern California Stanford

1991 1. 2. 3.

at UC San Diego UC San Diego UC Davis Slippery Rock

1992 1. 2. 3.

at Maryland UC San Diego UC Davis Slippery Rock

1993 1. 2. 3.

at UC Davis UC Santa Barbara Slippery Rock Long Beach State

In 2001, the NCAA Officially recognized women’s water polo as a championship sport. 2001 1. 2. 3.

at Stanford UCLA Stanford LMU

2002 1. 2. 3.

at Southern California Stanford UCLA LMU

2003 1. 2. 3.

at UC San Diego UCLA Stanford LMU

2004 1. 2. 3.

at Stanford Southern California LMU Stanford

2005 1. 2. 3.

at Michigan UCLA Stanford USC

2006 1. 2. 3.

at Davis UCLA USC Stanford

Collegiate National Titles 1. UC San Diego 2. UCLA 3. UC Davis 4. UC Santa Barbara 5. Stanford Slippery Rock Southern California

5 4 3 2 1 1 1

NCAA Titles 1. UCLA 4 2. Stanford 1 Southern California 1

WOMEN’S WWPA HISTORY 2008 at Loyola Marymount Third Place Sydney Gstettenbauer ............. 1st Team Nicole Hermann .....................2nd Team Kim Hockett ...........................2nd Team

2004 at LMU

2007 at UC Santa Cruz Third Place Sarah Bajorek .......................... 1st Team Natalie Hockett ......................2nd Team Kim Hockett ...........................2nd Team

2003 at Cal State Bakersfield Runner-Up Dana Tucker ............................ 1st Team Samara Silverman ..................2nd Team Meris Bantilan-Smith .............2nd Team Elizabeth Kessey ........................... H.M.

2006 at UC San Diego Fourth Place Kaitlin Foe .............................. 1st Team Michelle Perkins ..................... 1st Team Natalie Hockett ............................. H.M. 2005 at UC Davis Third Place Tobi Lyman ............................. 1st Team Courtney Clevenger ...............2nd Team Kaitlin Foe .............................2nd Team Lindsay Grossman ........................ H.M.

Runner-Up Meris Bantilan-Smith .............. 1st Team Jessica Wong ................................. H.M. Courtney Clevenger ...................... H.M.

2002 at UC Santa Cruz Runner-Up Emma Kudritzki ...................... 1st Team Dana Tucker ............................ 1st Team Courtney Hemmerly...............2nd Team Samara Silverman ......................... H.M.

2001 at UC San Diego Third Place Emma Kudritzki ...................... 1st Team Megan Hubbs .........................2nd Team Hilary Smith ...........................2nd Team Samara Silverman ..................2nd Team 2000 at Redlands Champions Maryam Hadiashar (MVP) ..... 1st Team Emma Kudrizki ....................... 1st Team Hilary Smith ............................ 1st Team Courtney Hemmerly...............2nd Team Larry Sanders ............Coach of the Year

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MATCH-BY-MATCH SEASON RESULTS 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide

Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 27 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Mar. 1 Mar. 1 Mar. 7 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 8 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 15 Mar. 29 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Mar. 30 Apr. 5 Apr. 5 Apr. 9 Apr. 12 Apr. 17 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 27

2008 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 19-17 Colorado State W, 20-8 San Jose State L, 5-9 UCLA L, 5-14 Michigan L, 5-6 Arizona State L, 4-6 Hartwick L, 9-15 Indiana W, 11-8 Loyola Marymount L, 11-12 OT Long Beach State L, 7-10 CSU Northridge W, 8-7 2OT CSU San Bernardino W, 10-7 Stanford L, 3-11 UC Irvine L, 2-6 Michigan L, 10-11 OT UC Santa Barbara W, 8-7 CSU Bakersfield W, 7-5 Pomona Pitzer W, 10-7 UC Davis L, 4-5 CSU Bakersfield W, 11-6 Sonoma State W, 11-5 Santa Clara L, 4-5 Colorado State W, 9-2 Pacific W, 14-6 Princeton 4-5 L OT CSU San Bernardino W, 7-6 Cal Baptist W, 7-6 Pacific W, 10-5 Arizona State L, 4-8 Chapman W, 10-1 San Diego State L, 5-6 Hawaii L, 5-7 Loyola Marymount W, 9-7 Cal Baptist W, 6-4 Sonoma State W, 8-6 Loyola Marymount L, 3-4 Santa Clara W, 8-7

Feb. 3 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 10 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 29 Mar. 31 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 14

2007 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 19-13 Cal State San Bernardino W, 15-6 Wagner W, 11-5 Princeton W, 10-9 OT Loyola Marymount L, 4-6 Hartwick L, 6-9 Michigan W, 10-7 California L, 5-14 UC Santa Barbara L, 5-8 Santa Clara L, 9-10 OT Michigan L, 8-13 Loyola Marymount W, 5-4 Stanford L, 3-13 Marist W, 12-3 Redlands W, 12-4 UC Santa Barbara L, 3-5 Colorado State W, 12-4 UCLA L, 3-21 Brown W, 8-4 Santa Clara L, 4-5 Cal State Monterey Bay W, 12-10 UC Davis L, 1-6 Cal State San Bernardino W, 6-2 Chapman W, 20-2 Cal State Northridge W, 7-6 San Diego State L, 8-10 Cal State Bakersfield W, 11-9 UC Santa Cruz W, 16-6 Colorado State W, 12-4

Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr. 29

Cal State San Bernardino Arizona State Cal State Bakersfield UC Davis Santa Clara

Feb. 4 Feb. 4 Feb. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Mar. 4 Mar. 4 Mar. 12 Mar. 15 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Apr. 1 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 12 Apr. 15 Apr. 20 Apr. 28 Apr. 29 Apr. 30

2006 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 16-18 Indiana W, 10-9 2OT Long Beach State L, 4-9 Michigan L, 6-8 Slippery Rock W, 18-1 Hartwick L, 6-7 Pomona Pitzer W, 10-5 Long Beach State L, 8-10 Indiana W, 9-3 UC Irvine W, 6-5 Cal Baptist W, 7-5 Cal State Bakersfield W, 10-5 Stanford L, 4-11 UC Santa Barbara L, 8-9 UC Davis W, 5-4 OT Michigan W, 7-6 CSU San Bernardino W, 13-4 UCLA L, 1-7 Long Beach State L, 7-8 Siena College W, 18-3 Colorado State W, 9-2 Loyola Marymount L, 9-10 USC L, 8-15 Stanford L, 4-15 UC Santa Cruz W, 17-6 UC Davis L, 5-6 Santa Clara L, 11-12 OT Colorado State W, 14-6 Chapman W, 14-3 UC Santa Barbara L, 12-13 2 OT San Diego State L, 5-6 CSU San Bernardino W, 6-5 Loyola Marymount L, 4-9 Santa Clara L, 5-6

Feb. 4 Feb. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 5 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Apr. 1 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 2 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 10

2005 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 18-17 Michigan Hartwick (NY) Loyola Marymount UC Santa Barbara UC Davis at Long Beach State CSU San Bernardino Pacific Stanford Indiana UC Irvine Princeton at Chapman at Loyola Marymount Wagner UCLA Bucknell Princeton Redlands Sonoma State CSU Northridge CSU Bakersfield Sonoma State Santa Clara CSU Bakersfield

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W, 9-7 L, 8-9 W, 12-9 L, 6-7 OT W, 7-5

L 4-5 W 7-6 L 2-9 L 5-9 L 3-4 L 4-9 W 10-0 W 7-5 L 3-11 L 4-7 L 5-7 L 1-5 W 17-6 L 6-7 W 9-4 L 3-10 L 4-5 L 4-5 W 10-4 W 15-2 L 5-10 W 10-2 W 12-2 W 7-6 W 13-4

Apr. 10 Apr. 16 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 17 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 29 Apr. 30 May 1

at UC Davis UC Santa Cruz Pacific UC Irvine Cal State Northridge at SDSU Arizona State Sonoma State UC Davis Santa Clara

L 5-6 W 11-2 L 9-11 W 5-2 W 7-5 L 4-9 W 5-2 W 9-5 L 6-7 SD OT W 10-7

2004 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 16-20 Jan. 24 Michigan Jan. 24 Marist (NY) Jan. 25 Indiana Jan. 25 Arizona State Feb. 7-8 Hartwick (NY) Feb. 7-8 Loyola Marymount Feb. 8 Indiana Feb. 8 UC Santa Barbara Feb. 13 CSU Northridge Feb. 20 San Jose State Feb. 21 UC Santa Cruz Feb. 21 UC Davis Feb. 22 Arizona State Feb. 22 SDSU Feb. 28 Stanford Feb. 28 San Jose State Feb. 29 Pacific Feb. 29 UC Irvine Mar. 6 Claremont Mar. 6 Loyola Marymount Mar. 12 Princeton Mar. 13 UCLA Mar. 12 Long Beach State Mar. 26 Redlands Mar. 27 CSU Northridge Mar. 27 CSU San Bernardino Apr. 9 CSU San Bernardino Apr. 10 UC Santa Barbara Apr. 16 SDSU Apr. 17-18 USC Apr. 17-18 CSU Northridge Apr. 18-19 Hawaii Apr. 18-19 UC Irvine Apr. 23 CSU Hayward Apr. 24 UC Davis Apr. 25 Loyola Marymount

L 2-6 W 18-1 L 6-9 L 3-8 W 9-7 L 1-10 L 1-8 L 1-3 L 6-7 W 4-3 W 14-4 W 7-6 W 3-1 L 3-6 L 0-6 L 4-8 W 8-9 W 6-2 W 8-2 L 3-8 L 4-6 L 2-11 L 5-6 W 4-3 L 4-5 W 9-8 W 6-5 L 5-7 L 4-9 L 6-14 L 4-8 W 9-7 W 8-7 W 13-3 W 10-6 L 3-7

2003 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 24-14 Cal Baptist at Redlands Michigan UC Santa Barbara Cal Baptist UC Davis CSU Bakersfield San Jose State UC Santa Cruz at UC Davis Hartwick (NY) SDSU Claremont UC Irvine Loyola Marymount Redlands UC Irvine

W 10-3 W 8-1 W 3-2 L 2-5 W 10-8 W 5-4 W 8-5 W 5-3 W 14-4 L 1-3 W 9-8 L 4-8 W 13-2 W 8-4 L 2-6 W 7-3 W 7-6

Feb. 2 Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 8 Mar. 9


MATCH-BY-MATCH SEASON RESULTS 2009 Women’s Water Polo Media Guide Mar. 9 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 15 Mar. 28 Mar. 28 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Apr. 5 Apr. 5 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 12 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 27

San Jose State Indiana UCLA Princeton Cal Baptist Long Beach State Hawaii UC Santa Cruz CSU Bakersfield UC Davis at Loyola Marymount CSU Bakersfield Cal Baptist SDSU Arizona State UC Irvine CSU San Bernardino at SDSU CSU San Bernardino UC Davis Loyola Marymount

L 8-9 W 9-4 L 1-11 L 5-6 W 7-6 L 6-8 L 4-6 W 10-2 W 10-5 L 4-6 L 5-7 W 13-7 W 13-2 L 6-9 W 9-8 W 7-5 W 13-6 L 5-9 W 11-5 W 6-5 L 6-8

Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 9 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 17 Mar. 29 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Mar. 30 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 14 Apr. 19 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 28

2002 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 22-13 Hartwick W 10-8 Hawai’i L 4-8 Indiana W 9-5 Hartwick L 7-9 San Diego State W 5-4 UCSB W 7-6 San Jose State L 5-10 UC Irvine W 11-9 OT UCSB L 6-7 OT Michigan W 6-4 Michigan W 6-4 LMU L 2-4 Pomona Pitzer W 13-5 Claremont W 13-5 Long Beach State L 9-10 SD OT UCLA L 1-10 UC Irvine W 6-5 SDSU L 4-5 UC Davis W 6-4 UC Irvine W 7-4 Hawai’i W 5-2 Brown W 6-3 San Jose State L 6-8 Santa Clara W 18-4 Santa Cruz W 13-9 UC Davis L 4-7 CSU Northridge W 15-5 UC Irvine W 11-3 USC L 4-18 LBSU W 10-9 OT San Diego State L 7-8 CSUSB W 12-3 UC Davis W 6-5 LMU L 4-8

Feb. 10 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 25

2001 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 20-13 UC Santa Barbara L 6-7 (2 OT) USC L 9-13 SDSU W 10-8 UC Irvine W 10-6 at Hawaii L 5-11 at Hawaii L 6-14 San Jose State L 8-10 University of Michigan L 8-9 (OT) Hartwick College W 11-8

Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 4 Mar. 4 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 17 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Mar. 31 Apr. 7 Apr. 12 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 14 Apr. 14 Apr. 14 Apr. 21 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr. 29

Feb. 4 Feb. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 4 Mar. 10 Mar. 18 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 19 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 14 Apr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 22 Apr. 23

UOP W 8-7 (OT) University of Michigan W 5-2 CSU Bakersfield W 17-2 La Verne W 14-2 Villanova University (PA) W 17-6 SDSU L 4-6 at Long Beach State W 10-8 UOP W 5-4 San Jose State L 4-6 at Loyola Marymount L 3-4 (OT) UC Davis L 7-8 (OT) Redlands W 8-4 Pomona-Pitzer W 17-5 at Loyola Marymount L 2-3 Claremont W 11-1 CSU Bakersfield W 14-2 Occidental W 10-5 at Long Beach State W 3-2 at UC Santa Barbara W 7-6 at UC Irvine W 7-6 at USC L 1-18 Santa Clara W 16-1 UC Davis L 4-5 CSU Bakersfield W 9-5 2000 Head Coach: Larry Sanders 14-14 UCLA L 4-16 at Hawaii L 5-8 UC Santa Barbara L 8-11 San Jose State L 9-10 UCLA L 3-16 Stanford L 1-13 UC Santa Barbara L 2-9 SDSU W 9-7 UC Santa Cruz W 11-6 Occidental W 9-3 at UC Santa Barbara L 3-8 SDSU L 4-8 Loyola Marymount W 6-5 (OT) Villanova University (PA) W 11-5 UCLA L 6-13 Hawaii L 5-11 Chapman W 18-0 Cal Baptist W 9-3 CSU Bakersfield W 15-6 Loyola Marymount W 8-6 at Redlands W 11-3 Loyola Marymount W 7-5 UC Davis W 5-4 SDSU L 2-4 Loyola Marymount W 11-8 SDSU L 2-5 LMU L 5-6 OT Cal Baptist W 8-4

Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 Mar. 10

1999 Head Coach: Denny Harper 12-17 at Hawaii L 6-17 at Hawaii L 4-14 UC Davis L 2-6 UCLA L 7-12 Indiana W 6-3 Long Beach State L 5-8 UC Santa Barbara L 2-5 UC Santa Cruz W 13-6 UC Davis W 5-4 (OT) Stanford L 3-11 San Jose State L 4-5 (OT) at UC Santa Barbara L 5-6 Bucknell University (PA) W 13-2

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Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 27 Mar. 27 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 17 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 24 May 7 May 7 May 8 May 9

University of Massachusetts L 4-5 (OT) UOP W 9-8 at Redlands W 7-6 at Loyola Marymount W 12-9 (OT) at Claremont W 8-5 at Redlands W 8-5 UC Davis L 5-7 (OT) SDSU L 6-7 (OT) Loyola Marymount W 7-4 Long Beach State L 6-8 UC Santa Barbara L 2-4 Loyola Marymount W 10-6 Hawaii L 2-4 Maryland W 5-2 San Jose State L 4-10 Long Beach State L 4-6

Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 Mar. 1 Mar. 1 Mar. 21 Mar. 21 Mar. 21 Mar. 22 Mar. 24 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 10 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 25 Apr. 26

1998 Head Coach: Denny Harper 9-17 UC Berkeley L 2-15 San Jose State W 8-6 (OT) UCLA L 4-13 UC Santa Barbara L 4-7 SDSU L 3-10 USC L 2-5 at Hawaii L 6-14 at Hawaii L 4-9 San Jose State W 8-7 (OT) UCLA L 2-17 SDSU L 5-9 UC Davis L 3-4 Cal Poly SLO W 14-7 Princeton W 4-1 University of Massachusetts L 2-8 University of Maryland W 8-6 UC Berkeley L 3-10 Redlands W 8-2 UCLA L 3-10 UC Santa Cruz W 17-6 SDSU L 6-11 Loyola Marymount W 13-6 UCLA L 2-13 UC Davis L 1-2 University of Washington W 7-6 UOP L 4-8

Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 15 Mar. 29 Apr. 5 Apr. 16 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 May 9 May 9

1997 Head Coach: Denny Harper 5-19 UC Berkeley L 3-18 SDSU L 4-16 Stanford L 1-16 UC Davis L 0-3 UC Santa Barbara L 6-7 USC L 3-9 UC Santa Barbara L 4-6 Redlands W 10-6 Stanford L 0-8 at UC Santa Barbara L 7-8 (OT) Redlands W 7-5 University of Maryland L 5-6 UCLA L 2-10 SDSU L 5-11 at UC Santa Barbara L 3-5 UOP W 7-5 UCLA L 3-8 SDSU L 4-11 UC Davis W 4-2 at UC Santa Barbara L 2-6 UCLA L 1-9 University of Maryland W 9-8 (2 OT)


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Slippery Rock University USC

L 6-7 (2 OT) L 6-8 (2 OT)

Feb. 3 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Mar. 2 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 3 Mar. 3 Mar. 13 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 23 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 24 Apr. 19

1996 Head Coach: Denny Harper 14-16 San Diego State L 3-9 UC Irvine W 9-5 USC W 10-4 California L 8-10 UC Davis L 8-10 USC W 7-4 Stanford L 3-6 UCLA L 4-12 Stanford L 2-4 San Diego State L 6-14 UC Santa Cruz W 10-1 UC Davis W 3-2 UC Santa Barbara W 9-2 SDSU L 3-17 UCLA L 5-10 Maryland W 12-5 Cal Poly SLO W 10-2 Harvard W 19-4 Maryland W 9-4 USC W 5-3 (OT) San Diego State L 5-7

Feb. 3 Feb. 3 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 18 Mar. 25 Mar. 25 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 26 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 15 Apr. 21 Apr. 22 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 23 Apr. 28

1995 Head Coach: Denny Harper 25-6 UC Irvine USC SDSU UCLA USC SDSU USC at UC Irvine Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at Pomona-Pitzer Loyola Marymount Redlands UC Santa Barbara SDSU SDSU at USC at UC Santa Barbara UC Berkeley UC Berkeley at UC Santa Barbara UC Davis UCLA Cal Poly SLO UC Berkeley Stanford SDSU UCLA SDSU

Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Mar. 10 Mar. 26 Mar. 26

1994 Head Coach: Denny Harper 28-2 at UCLA W 12-4 at SDSU L 4-3 (OT) Stanford W 14-3 Cal Poly SLO W 15-2 UC Berkeley W 11-4 University of Colorado W 12-10 UC Irvine W 24-2 Occidental W 19-3 at Pomona-Pitzer W 17-4

W 13-5 W 11-3 W 8-7 W 6-3 W 13-2 L 6-7 W 15-2 W 12-3 W 18-1 W 14-1 W 15-0 W 14-2 W 10-4 W 5-4 L 8-11 W 17-3 W 13-4 W 18-2 W 13-4 W 10-3 L 4-5 W 8-1 W 15-2 W 10-2 W 10-2 L 3-5 W 8-1 W 9-6

Mar. 26 Apr. 8 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 14 Apr. 16 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 17 Apr. 28 Apr. 30 Apr. 30 Apr. 30 May 1 May 13 May 13 May 14 May 14 May 15

Mar. 12 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 10 Apr. 10 Apr. 23 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 May 1 May 2 May 14 May 14 May 15 May 15 May 16

Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Apr. 4 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 5 Apr. 10 Apr. 10 Apr. 11 Apr. 24 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 29 May 2 May 3 May 15 May 15 May 16 May 16 May 17

Redlands UC Irvine Cal Poly SLO at UC Santa Barbara UC Davis Pomona-Pitzer Stanford UC Irvine SDSU UC Davis SDSU at Stanford at UC Davis at UC Berkeley at UC Davis University of Maryland at University of Michigan UC Davis UC Berkeley Slippery Rock University

W 16-2 W 17-3 W 16-4 W 12-4 W 6-1 W 21-7 W 9-2 W 15-1 W 7-1 W 5-1 W 11-8 W 9-3 L 2-6 W 9-4 W 7-3 W 15-2 W 10-3 W 7-4 W W 6-5

1993 Head Coach Denny Harper 15-5 SDSU L 11-12 at Pomona-Pitzer W 15-2 at Cal Poly SLO W 3-2 at UC Santa Barbara W 9-7 at UC Berkeley W 12-3 at Occidental W 27-1 at Claremont W 22-2 UC Berkeley W 5-0 (forfeit) UC Irvine W 14-3 SDSU W 11-7 Cal Poly SLO W 6-4 UC Davis L 6-9 (OT) at UC Davis L 4-6 at SDSU W 6-4 at UC Santa Barbara W 12-6 at University of Michigan W 13-3 at Slippery Rock University L 9-10 (OT) at UC Davis L 6-8 at SDSU W 9-6 1992 Head Coach: Denny Harper 21-4 at UC Berkeley W 5-3 at UC Davis L 5-8 at UC Irvine W 20-4 at UC Santa Barbara W 10-5 at SDSU W 10-5 at UCLA W 18-3 at UC Irvine W 16-2 at UC Berkeley Club L 13-14 at UC Davis W 10-4 at UC Irvine W 21-0 at UC Berkeley W 11-3 at Cal Poly SLO W 6-3 at UC Davis L 2-7 SDSU W 13-4 at UC Davis W 5-0 at UC Berkeley L 8-9 at UC Berkeley W 14-3 at Bucknell University W 18-3 at Slippery Rock University W 7-6 at Cal Poly SLO W 8-6 at UC Davis W 10-9

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ALL-TIME UCSD vs. OPPONENTS (since 1992)

OPPONENT .................................................. Arizona State................................................... Brown.............................................................. Bucknell (PA) .................................................. Cal Baptist....................................................... Cal Poly........................................................... Chapman ......................................................... Claremont........................................................ Colorado.......................................................... Colorado State................................................. CSU Bakersfield.............................................. CSU Hayward ................................................. CSU Monterey Bay ......................................... CSU Northridge .............................................. CSU San Bernardino ....................................... Hartwick (NY) ................................................ Harvard ........................................................... Hawaii ............................................................. Indiana............................................................. La Verne .......................................................... Long Beach State ............................................ Loyola Marymount ......................................... Marist (NY)..................................................... Maryland ......................................................... Massachusetts ................................................. Michigan ......................................................... Occidental ....................................................... Pacific.............................................................. Pomona-Pitzer ................................................. Princeton ......................................................... Redlands.......................................................... San Jose State.................................................. Santa Clara ...................................................... SDSU .............................................................. Siena................................................................ Slippery Rock.................................................. Sonoma State .................................................. Stanford ........................................................... UC Berkeley.................................................... UC Davis......................................................... UC Irvine ........................................................ UCLA.............................................................. UC Santa Barbara ........................................... UC Santa Cruz ................................................ USC ................................................................. Villanova (PA)................................................. Wagner ............................................................ Washington .....................................................

W-L 3-3 2-0 2-1 8-0 9-0 5-0 7-0 1-0 6-0 14-0 1-0 1-0 4-4 12-0 5-4 1-0 2-12 6-3 1-0 3-11 11-18 2-0 6-1 0-2 8-7 4-0 7-2 8-0 3-5 14-0 4-10 6-5 13-31 1-0 3-2 5-0 4-12 11-6 18-24 1-24 5-20 11-22 11-0 7-8 2-0 2-0 1-0


UCSD INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

A Proud Tradition of Academic and Athletic Excellence!

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Women’s Soccer 1989 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 1999 • 2000 • 2001 Women’s Volleyball 1981 • 1984 • 1986 • 1987 1988 • 1990 • 1997 Women’s Water Polo 1986 • 1990 • 1991 1992 • 1994 Women’s Tennis 1985 • 1987 • 1989 • 1994

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Men’s Soccer 1988 • 1990 • 1993

Men’s Volleyball 1970 • 2000

Men’s Golf 1993

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Triton teams have captured 29 National Championships while 36 teams have finished as National Runners-Up. 38 others have achieved National Third Place honors. Individually, 117 Triton student-athletes have captured National Championships and a remarkable 900 student-athletes have been named to All-America teams. UCSD student-athletes have excelled academically as well, earning 23 prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships and 130 Academic All-America selections. Consistently, over 55 percent of the student-athletes earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, placing them on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. Triton Athletics posted a Second Place Finish in the USSA Director’s Cup, emblamatic of the best overall athletics department in the country, during the 2006-07 season. Since moving to the NCAA Division II level in 2000, UCSD has placed in the top six programs in the country on six different occasions. As a D-III member, the Tritons finished first in the Director’s Cup standings following the 1997-98 season. UCSD captured Back-To-Back California CollegiateAthleticAssociation Commissioner’s Cup titles in 2005-06 and 2006-07, an award symbolizing the best overall athletics department in the CCAA.

Our Mission...

Provide a broad base of men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports. Attract students of high academic capabilities and athletic talent who are representative of the diversity of the people of the state of California. Promote healthy physical activity, athletic competition, communications and interpersonal skills, teamwork, and overall personal growth. Promote the principles of ethical conduct, fair play, and respect and understanding of others. Promote the academic advancement and graduation of student-athletes and prepare student-athletes for lifelong learning, future careers, and engaged citizenship. Foster the development of student-athletes’ abilities to live successfully in a diverse and global society. Enhance student life at UCSD and foster campus pride and community support. Participate competitively in an athletic conference that complements and supports the mission and goals of the UCSD Intercollegiate Program and the campus.

Earl W. Edwards - Director of Athletics Earl W. Edwards accepted the position of Director of Athletics at UC San Diego in March, 2000. Under his guidance, the 23-sport program has made a successful transition from the NCAA Division III to Division II. In fact, UCSD has surpassed all expectations in Division II, capturing women’s soccer national championships in both 2000 and 2001, and finishing in the top-10 of the Director’s Cup standings in four of its first five seasons. Edwards’ move to UC San Diego represented a homecoming, as he had previously served as Associate Athletic Director at UCSD from 1987 to 1993. He then took a position as Director of Athletics at East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. During his seven-year tenure at the NCAA Division II institution, he served on numerous NCAA committees, including a 1999 appointment to the Division II Management Council. Edwards is also currently a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Executive Committee. Edwards is a 1972 graduate of East Stroudsburg with a master’s degree in Physical Education and Sports Administration from the University of Massachusetts. In addition to East Stroudsburg, he has athletic administration experience at UMass, UC Davis, the University of Michigan, Drexel University and UC San Diego. While previously serving at UCSD, Edwards initiated the Triton Athletic Associates, the athletic department’s primary fund-raising source. Edwards now presides over a UC San Diego program which is recognized nationally for both its athletic and academic achievements.


CANYONVIEW AQUATIC CENTER UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

Located on the eastern end of campus, between Eleanor Roosevelt College and Warren College, the Canyonview Aquatic Center features two outdoor, Olympic-Size Pools, which can be divided into 8 lanes of 50 meters in length or 19 lanes of 25 yards in length. The west pool is home to the UCSD men’s and women’s water polo teams, as well as the men’s and women’s swimming teams. The east pool is used for recreational swimmers in addition to the UCSD men’s and women’s diving teams who practice and compete while the diving boards and platforms used by the UCSD Diving Teams are located in the complex on the east side.

UCSD POOL QUICK FACTS: • Two Pools, Heated year-round to 80-85 degrees • Bleacher seating for 1,500 and an additional 1,000 more on grass • Men’s and women’s locker rooms with showers • Lights on the deck accommodate night use • Diving Area consists of one 5-meter platform, two 3-meter platforms, two 1-meter platforms


RIMAC ARENA UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

The Recreation, IntraMural, Athletic Complex (RIMAC) is the cornerstone of the UCSD sports facilities. This nearly 200,000 square foot facility is located just south of the 12-acre North Campus Recreation Area Field on the northwest corner of the campus. Opened in January 1995, RIMAC is a multi-purpose facility with the most advanced forms of quality control, state-of-the-art equipment and a strong staff commitment to customer service. Every room in RIMAC is climate controlled and many of the spaces feature an abundance of natural lighting. RIMAC houses the offices of the Intercollegiate Athletics, Recreation and Sports Facilities departments. RIMAC also features a variety of recreational, educational, and meeting spaces which can accommodate a variety of activities. The RIMAC Arena is a multi-use facility capable of accommodating a wide variety of activities ranging from large spectator events including ceremonies and concerts to athletic competitions and tournaments. The 44,000 square foot floor is also capable of accommodating large floor exhibits. The Arena Floor is spring loaded employing the use of Robbins Bio-Cushion I and is curtain divisible for multi-sport use in basketball (total of five courts), volleyball, and badminton. The arena is furnished with 10 retractable glass basketball backboards, and floor plates and sleeves for volleyball and badminton. Employing the use of telescopic bleachers and floor seats, the RIMAC Arena may accommodate up to 5,000 people. RIMAC is home to the UCSD men and women’s basketball teams along with the men and women’s volleyball squads. Over 50 home athletic events are contested in RIMAC every year, and with entusiastic support from both the campus and surrounding communities, the Tritons truly enjoy a home court advantage. Both of the basketball and volleyball teams utilize the main court for both practice and games, while the auxiliary courts, which are located on the third floor, are used only for practices.


COMMUNITY OUTREACH UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS The University of California, San Diego Department of Athletics is committed to actively participating in the community through a variety of outreach events and services. Student-athletes from 23 sports participate in a wide range of service and outreach programs in and around the San Diego area. In 2003-04 the Tritons began the “Team Up!” program. This program assists local elementary schools that do not have a physical education component in their current curriculum. UCSD student-athletes provide healthy physical activity and create an environment for elementary school students that foster positive thinking and team building. The program was run at the Del Mar Heights Elementary School in the morning hours prior to school starting and during the students’ lunch periods during the past two years. Triton student-athletes make the holidays brighter for 12 families in the San Diego area on an annual basis, providing a plethora of gifts and holiday cheer. Triton teams paired up and each tandem purchased presents, food, and goodies to deliver to their adopted family before the holidays. Families were selected by the Neighborhood House Association which runs the Head Start programs throughout San Diego County. Student-athletes contacted the families to find out what special presents the children wanted, as well as what sort of clothing or other needs could be met. Teams delivered the presents in person and spent time with the families, often playing games with the children. Families each received approximately $300-$500 worth of gifts, depending on the number of children. Presents ranged from a bike for one child to clothing and food for the parents. In conjuction with the California Collegiate Athletic Association as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Triton student-athletes have gone to work to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in each of the last three years. The student-athletes held a bake sale during the Annual Sun God Festival on the UCSD campus. Each team brought baked goods for a sale in the evening prior to the festival’s main event. The goal at each CCAA member institution was to raise $1 per student-athlete. Triton student-athletes far exceeded this goal, raising over $1,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in 2005. Additionally, the Intercollegiate Athletics Department holds an annual Blood Drive to benefit the American Red Cross. All coaches, staff and out of season student-athletes participated in the blood drive, while those student-athletes who were in season recruited other students on campus to donate blood on their behalf.

UCSD ATHLETICS COMMUNITY OUTREACH Volunteer Connection Adopt-A-Family Thanksgiving Program Hands Across America St. Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen Row for the Cure Preuss School Clinics Starlings Volleyball Club Habitat for Humanity San Diego Special Olympics California Half Ironman Volunteers Mission Bay - Beach Clean Up Race for the Cure Boy’s and Girl’s Club Sports Clinics


ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE / SPORTS MEDICINE UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

Two integral parts of the UC San Diego athletic department are the Athletic Performance Program and the Sports Medicine Program, both of which provide a tremendous advantage to all 23 of the UCSD intercollegiate sports. The Athletic Performance Program is geared toward teaching each student-athlete how to achieve the highest level of athletic development through enhancement of all components of strength and conditioning. Athlete workouts are monitored and planned out by Rob Mamula, UCSD’s Director of Athletic Performance who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Triton athletics. Mamula represents the only full-time strength and conditioning coach in the entire CCAA. The Tritons work out in the RIMAC weight room that is over 12,000 square feet in size with state of the art equipment. The UCSD Athlete Performance Program is truly designed with the studentathlete’s enhancement in mind. Very few programs at the Division II level have such expertise and first class facilities at the disposal of the student-athlete helping to further distinguish the Triton Athletic Department as one of the premier intercollegiate programs in the country. The UC San Diego Sports Medicine Center is the hub for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries suffered by Triton student-athletes. Under the supervision of head athletic trainer Kevin Messey MS, ATC, CSCS and his staff, UCSD athletes receive the highest quality medical care and access to an extensive network of physicians and other medical specialists. The rest of the training room staff is comprised of two full-time ATCs and an average of 10 athletic training students (ATS). The UCSD athletic training room is a clinical site for San Diego State University’s accredited athletic training education program where some of the athletic training students fulfill their clinical experience. Additionally the UCSD Sports Medicine Center offers a wide variety of options for examination and rehabilitation. From acupuncture to a group of six highly specialized sports medicine, family practitioners and orthopedic surgeons, the UCSD training room has a multitude of options at your disposal to get you healthy and back on the field of competition in no time.

Kevin Messey

Rob Mamula


UCSD - YOUNGEST OF THE BEST UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS UCSD: THE INSTITUTION Innovation is our tradition: Nestled along the Pacific Ocean on 1,200 acres of coastal woodland, UCSD is a powerful magnet for those seeking a fresh, next-generation approach to education and research. Since its founding four decades ago, UCSD is one of the ten campuses in the worldrenowned University of California system and has rapidly achieved the status as one of the top institutions in the nation for higher education and research. UCSD’s interdisciplinary ethos and tradition of innovation and risk-taking, underlie its research strength and ability to recruit top scholars and students. Students: The average high school GPA of admitted freshmen was 4.05, and average SATI score was 1300. UCSD ranks 2nd nationally among major research universities sending students abroad in full-year programs, and 4th in the nation in graduation rates, at 79%. Specialized Resources: UCSD’s graduate and professional schools include Scripps Institution of Oceanography; School of Medicine; School of International Relations and Pacific Studies; School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; Jacobs School of Engineering (graduate and undergraduate), and Rady School of Management. The campus also is home to the San Diego Supercomputer Center; California Institute for Information Technology and Telecommunications; Center for Research in Computing and the Arts; Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, and Institute of the Americas.

The Birch Aquarium at the Scripps Oceanography Institution.

UCSD: ACADEMIC RANKINGS The National Research Council ranks UCSD 10th in the nation in the quality of its faculty and graduate programs. (The top ten, in rank order, are: UC Berkeley, MIT, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, CalTech, Yale, Chicago, Cornell and UCSD.) The NRC ranks oceanography and neurosciences 1st in the nation. UCSD ranks 6th in the nation in National Academy of Sciences membership while also being ranked as the 7th best public university in the nation by the U.S. News and World Report. A U.S. News and World Report survey of graduate programs ranks the Jacobs School of Engineering 13th in the nation and 7th among public engineering schools, and the School of Medicine as 17th among medical schools with a research focus, and 6th among public schools. In Master of Fine Arts programs, UCSD’s multimedia/visual communications program ranked 6th in the nation. The most recent US News rankings also place these programs in the nation’s top 10: Theatre and Dance (3rd); Bioengineering (3rd); Political Science (7th); Cellular and Developmental Biology (8th); Biochemistry (9th); Molecular Biology (10th), and Neurosciences (10th). UCSD: CURRENT FACULTY HONORS Nobel Prize: George E. Palade, 1974, physiology/medicine; Renato Dulbecco, 1975, physiology/ medicine; Harry Markowitz, 1990, economics; Paul Crutzen, 1995, chemistry; Mario J. Molina, 1995, chemistry; Sydney Brenner, 2002, medicine; Clive W.J. Granger and Robert F. Engle, 2003, economics. Fields Medal: Professor of mathematics Efim Zelmanov. Balzan Prize: Freeman Gilbert, SIO professor (1990), and Wolfgang Berger, SIO professor (1993). National Medal of Science: Astrophysicist Margaret Burbidge and oceanographer Walter Munk (1985); physician/scientist George Palade (1986); nuclear physicist Marshall N. Rosenbluth (1998); bioengineer Yuan-Chen Fung (2000), and oceanographer Charles D. Keeling (2002). National Humanities Medal: Latin American history scholar Ramon Eduardo Ruiz (1998) Pulitzer Prize: Roger Reynolds (1989) Music. Kyoto Prize: Oceanographer Walter Munk (1999) Enrico Fermi Award: Physicist Herbert F. York (2000). MacArthur Foundation Awards: Guillermo Algaze, anthropology; Patricia Churchland, philosophy; Ramon Gutierrez, history and ethnic studies; Edwin Hutchins, cognitive science; Russell Lande, biology; George Lewis, music; and Michael Schudson, communications.

Geisel Library in the heart of the UCSD Campus

The Pier at the Scripps Oceanography Institution.


SAN DIEGO - AMERICA’S FINEST CITY UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS The UCSD campus is located in La Jolla, Calif., just minutes north of America’s sixth largest city, San Diego. Spanish for ‘the jewel’, La Jolla is one of San Diego’s first neighborhoods to be settled. The city of La Jolla has spectacular beaches and park areas that are popular for great diving, swimming, surfing, hiking, romantic sunset strolls, and family fun. La Jolla’s village area boasts a beautiful Mediterranean charm and a cool Southern Californian vibe, and rolls out the red carpet when it comes to it’s fine dining, theatre, cultural activities, boutique shopping, art galleries and fine lodging establishments. It is no wonder why La Jolla’s Prospect Street was dubbed ‘San Diego’s Rodeo Drive’. Named “America’s Finest City” due to its hospitality, beauty and ideal climate, San Diego is located at the southern tip of California, just north of Mexico. The residents of San Diego county are so physically active that Sports Illustrated magazine once called it “Sportstown, U.S.A.” San Diego’s 70 miles of beaches are a haven for swimmers, surfers, divers, boaters and sunbathers. The city of San Diego is a major commercial business center with more than 2.6 million residents and a varied economy based in agriculture, manufacturing, aerospace, technology, electronics, aircraft, shipbuilding, scientific research and tourism. The city is one of the largest biotech centers in the U.S.


TRITON BASEBALL FIELD UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

The UC San Diego Baseball Facility has one of the premiere playing surfaces in all of San Diego County. The facility is located on the east side of campus off of Voigt Drive, across the street from Scripps Memorial Hospital. Features include: • Two covered dugouts (with lighting and power) • Scoreboard (located in right center field) • Fenced batting cage with power available • Bleacher seating for approx. 1,200 Field Dimensions from home plate to the fence: • Left Field - 330 ft. • Right Field - 330 ft. • Center Field - 400 ft.


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