Sept. 15, 2004
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - UCLA senior attacker Brett Ormsby has been named the MPSF/Mikasa Co-Player of the Week for his contributions to the Bruins' victories over Navy and Air Force on September 10, the conference reported Tuesday. Ormsby, a three-time All-American, tied a career high with six goals in UCLA's season-opening 14-4 win over Navy and later contributed another score in the Bruins' 9-3 win against Air Force.
The announcement marks the sixth time that the El Cajon, California, native has been bestowed the honor. He received the award twice in 2003, once in 2002 and twice also as a freshman in 2001.
Ormsby shares the award this week with Stanford driver Thomas Hopkins, who scored a career high eight goals as the Cardinal defeated BYU-Hawaii 17-7 on September 11.