May 31, 2012
WOODLAND, Calif. - UCLA seniors KK Clark and Hannah Sebenaler, junior Natasha Schulman and sophomore Becca Dorst have earned MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete honors, as announced by the conference Wednesday.
Clark secured MPSF All-Academic honors for the third consecutive season. The senior utility player from Atherton, Calif., led UCLA with 58 goals this season, scoring in 25 of the team's 27 matches. Clark totaled at least two goals in 18 matches.
Sebenaler, Schulman and Dorst each recorded MPSF All-Academic acclaim for the first time in their collegiate careers. Hailing from Coronado, Calif., Sebenaler finished her senior season with 21 goals, the fifth-highest total on the team. She scored two goals in UCLA's 10-9 win over UC Irvine in the NCAA Tournament's third-place match.
Schulman finished her junior season with 13 steals, five goals and four field blocks. The defender from Laguna Beach, Calif., scored goals in consecutive MPSF Tournament matches against San Jose State and USC.
Dorst was tied for third on the team with 27 goals. The sophomore utility player from Menlo, Calif., tallied 27 steals, 15 field blocks and 12 assists for UCLA.
The Bruins finished their 2012 season with a 23-4 overall record, including a 5-2 mark in MPSF games. UCLA won the MPSF Tournament for the second time in three years before finishing third at the NCAA Tournament.