Is slated to redshirt in 2012.
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).
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....undeclared major...intends to study applied science and mathematics.
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