Five UCLA Players Secure MPSF All-Academic Honors

June 8, 2011

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WOODLAND, Calif. - Five UCLA women's water polo players have captured MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete honors, as announced last week by the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.

Seniors Kelly Easterday and Katie Estrada have earned MPSF All-Academic acclaim for the third consecutive season. Senior Megan Burmeister and KK Clark has been named an MPSF All-Academic selection for the second year in a row, and senior Grace Reynolds has earned the conference's All-Academic honor for the first time.

Easterday finished her senior year with 20 goals in all 33 matches. Estrada netted two goals for UCLA, playing in 20 matches as a senior.

Burmeister tallied 14 goals, starting all 33 matches as a key defender for the Bruins. Clark finished second on the team with 50 goals, averaging 1.52 goals per game (the 12th-highest average among MPSF field players). Reynolds logged 35 goals, the third-highest total on the team.

UCLA finished the 2011 season with a 26-7 overall record, securing a third-place finish at the NCAA Tournament at the University of Michigan the weekend of May 13-15.

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