|High School:||Northwood HS|
Appeared in 12 games at goalkeeper, making one start … registered a season-high nine saves in just one half of play in the win at UC San Diego (Oct. 4) … had 45 saves on the year which averaged out to 10.3 saves per game (extended over 32 minutes) … had the lowest goals against average on the team at 3.89 gaa (17 goals allowed in 17.5 quarters played) … also registered six assists and five steals on the year.
Redshirted the season.
Played in 11 games as goalkeeper … compiled a 3.02 goals against average and 36 saves … allowed 10 goals in just over 13 quarters (106 minutes) … tallied a season-high eight saves in UCLA’s 18-5 win over Air Force in the first match of the SoCal Tournament (Oct. 1) … netted four saves in the final quarter of UCLA’s 10-1 win over UC San Diego in a semifinal match of the NCAA Tournament at California (Dec. 3). 2010 – Played in 14 games as goalkeeper, making 13 starts … became the first UCLA goalkeeper to play as a true freshman since 1999 (Brandon Brooks) … did not appear in a game until the seventh game of the season (vs. Princeton, Oct. 2 at SoCal Tournament) … compiled a 7.18 goals against average and a team-leading 106 saves … allowed 96 goals in 53.5 quarters (427 minutes, 29 seconds) … recorded a season-high and UCLA season-best 16 saves in an 8-6 win over UC Irvine in the semifinals of the SoCal Tournament (Oct. 3) … tallied 10 saves in a 9-8 loss to USC in the championship match of the SoCal Tournament (Oct. 3) … also totaled 10 saves in UCLA’s next game, an 11-8 loss at California (Oct. 9) … finished the year third among MPSF goalkeepers in goals against average (7.18) and fifth in saves per game (7.57).
Four-year varsity water polo letterwinner at Northwood High School under head coach Ed Carrera … also was a three-year varsity swimming letterwinner under head coaches Steve Carrera and Eddie Papke and was a one-year varsity volleyball letterwinner under head coach Brian Hughes … helped lead Northwood to the CIF playoffs in each of his four seasons with the varsity team, capturing two Sea View League titles … secured second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honors each of his four seasons … was a first-team All-Sea View League honoree as a senior (2009) and junior (2008), capturing second-team all-league accolades as a sophomore (2007) and freshman (2006) … finished his four-year career totaling 1126 saves – breakdown includes 250 in each of freshman and sophomore seasons, 325 as a junior and 301 as a senior … also competed for SoCal Water Polo Club and trained for the USA Junior National Team.
Full name: James Alexander Hartshorne … born July 18, 1992 in Santa Ana, Calif. … James is the third of David and Sherry Hartshorne’s four sons … has two older brothers, Peter and Andrew, and one younger brother, John … majoring in international development studies.
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