Played in 28 matches … scored 22 goals (10th on the team) on 56 attempts, converting at a 39.3 percent rate … missed the first four matches of the year due to injury … scored a season-high three goals in a win at Redlands (Sept. 14) … had at least one goal in 17 matches, scoring multiple goals five times … was seventh on the team with 23 assists and ninth with 16 steals … also registered 12 field blocks, which tied for fourth on the squad.
Played in 27 matches, making nine starts … scored 11 goals on 35 attempts, converting at a 31.4 percent rate … scored a season-high two goals in back-to-back outings, a win at Princeton (Sept. 9) and a win vs. Concordia (Sept. 15) … had at least one goal in nine matches, scoring multiple goals twice … was sixth on the team with 18 steals … also registered 15 assists and two field blocks.
Played in all eight games (102 minutes) for Team USA at the 2013 World University Games in Kazan, Russia (July 6-17) … he scored two goals on seven shots, converting at a 28.6 percent rate … also tallied two steals, one assist and one field block as the United States captured fifth place at the World University Games.
Three-year (2009-11) varsity water polo letterwinner at Mater Dei High School under head coach Chris Segesman … earned first team All-Trinity League his junior and senior seasons (2010-11) for the Monarchs and second team honors in 2009 … also earned first team All-CIF accolades in 2011 and second team honors in 2010 … also named second team OC Register All-County in 2011 and third team All-County in 2010 … was named Mater Dei’s Best Defensive player in 2010 and 2011 … Mater Dei High won three straight CIF Champions during his prep career (Division II in 2009 and Division I in 2010 and 2011) … the Monarchs were three-time Trinity League Champions (2009-11) and were 31-0 in his senior season.
Full name: Anthony Brandon Daboub … born Dec. 15, 1993 in Newport Beach, Calif. … his parents are Jorge and Laura Daboub … has two younger sisters, Brianna and Stephanie and one younger brother, Evan … competed with Regency Water Polo Club and with the U.S. National Team training camps … says he chose UCLA because “It fit me” … lists surfing as one of his hobbies … lists winning three CIF titles in a row as his biggest athletic thrill to date … has yet to declare a major.
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