|High School:||Mater Dei HS|
Played in 13 matches … scored 11 goals on 18 attempts, converting at a 61.1 percent rate … scored at least one goal in five matches, scoring multiple goals twice … had a season- and career-high five goals in a victory at La Verne (Sept. 14) … also scored three goals in a win over Occidental (Sept. 14) … was sixth on the team in earned exclusions with 18 … also registered six steals.
Played in five matches … scored four goals on seven attempts, converting at a 57.1 percent rate … scored a season-high two goals in a win over Cal Lutheran (Sept. 8) … had at least one goal in three of the give games he played … drew nearly two exclusions per game, finishing the season with nine (total ranked 10th on the team) … also registered one steal.
Redshirted the season.
2015: Woepse was injured in a car accident during the offseason and was unable to play at the World University Games (July 2-14) in Gwangju, South Korea, but traveled with the team and served as Team USA's video coordinator.
Three-year (2009-11) varsity water polo letterwinner at Mater Dei High School under head coach Chris Segesman … earned second team All-Trinity League his junior and senior seasons (2010-11) for the Monarchs … also earned third team All-CIF accolades in 2011 … Mater Dei High School won three straight CIF Champions during his prep career (Division II in 2009 and Division I in 2010 and 2011) … the Monarchs were also three-time Trinity League Champions (2009-11) and went 31-0 in his senior season.
Full name: Patrick Daniel Woepse … born Aug. 10, 1993 in Orange, Calif. … his parents are Gregory and Sharon Woepse … has two older brothers, Gregory and Michael, and one older sister, Elizabeth … comes from a long line of Bruins … his mother, Sharon, attended UCLA; his sister, Elizabeth, competed for the Bruin women in the pole vault from 2005-08; his brother, Gregory, won a Pac-10 pole vaulting champion in 2011 for the Bruins; his brother, Michael, is currently on the UCLA men’s track and field team and was an NCAA runner-up in the pole vault in 2012 … his father, Gregory, was a world class pole vaulter (18-7) and went to San Jose State … he competed with Regency Water Polo Club and won the U.S. Club Championships in 2011 … says he chose UCLA because “I love the school” … lists surfing as one of his hobbies … lists winning the CIF title in 2010 (final score was 11-10) as his biggest athletic thrill to date … majoring in business economics.
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