Played in 20 matches with one start ... Scored three goals in 13 attempts (.231) ... Two of her goals came on counterattacks ... Scored a career-best two goals against Santa Clara (3/29) and one against Hawaii (2/2) ... Recorded one assist and one earned exclusion on offense ... On defense, she made three steals ... Three-time member of the Director’s Honor Roll.
Played in 20 matches (one start)...scored three goals on 16 attempts...totaled 11 steals, nine assists and four field blocks...scored one goal in each of UCLA's games against Cal State Northridge (Feb. 25), USC (March 3) and UC Irvine (May 13)...secured ACWPC All-Academic honors.
Four-year varsity water polo and swimming letterwinner at Long Beach Wilson High School under head coaches Tony Martinho and Maggie Twienem, respectively … Earned First-Team All-CIF Southern Section Division II honors as a senior (2011), serving as Wilson’s team captain that season … Was a three-time first-team All-Moore League selection (2009, 2010, 2011), earning second-team honors as a freshman (2008) … Helped lead Wilson to the 2011 Moore League title and an appearance in the CIF Division II semifinals, where the Bruins lost to eventual CIF champion San Clemente, 10-9 … Was named a Third-Team All-CIF Southern Section Division I selection as a junior (2010).
Competed for Huntington Beach Water Polo Club … Helped Huntington Beach win the championship at the 2011 Junior Olympics, where she earned Most Valuable Player accolades (under-18 division) … Led Huntington Beach to the bronze medal at the 2009 Junior Olympics (under-16 division) … Also participated with the USA Junior National Training Team.
Born in her hoemtown … Erica is the oldest of Jason and Danielle Beebe’s two daughters …Has one younger sister, Shannon … Lists her greatest athletic thrill to date as winning the championship at the 2011 Junior Olympics … History major with a minor in Music History.
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