Played in 123 of UCLA's 127 matches from 2008-2011...had a spectacular four-year career, recording 165 career goals on 384 attempts (43.0 percent)...helped lead UCLA to NCAA Championships in each of her first two seasons (2008, 2009)...guided the Bruins to the NCAA Tournament all four years...helped UCLA compile a 106-21 record in that span.
Started all 33 matches...led UCLA with 58 goals, the seventh-highest total among MPSF field players...took 140 shots, converting at a 41.4 percent rate...secured first-team ACWPC All-America acclaim and first-team All-MPSF honors for the second consecutive season...captured first-team All-NCAA Tournament honors...registered 24 steals, 23 earned exclusions, 10 blocks and nine assists...ranked eighth in the MPSF with a 1.76 goals per game average...scored in 28 of UCLA's 33 matches, including 15 multiple-goal games...tallied a career-high five goals in two matches - versus UC Irvine (Feb. 19) and USC (Feb. 27)...also scored four goals in three games - versus California (Feb. 6), Hawai'i (Feb. 24) and USC (April 29)...scored at least one goal in each of UCLA's first 19 matches, collecting 43 goals in that span (2.26 goals per game average)...earned MPSF Player of the Week honors on three consecutive weeks (Feb. 14, Feb. 21, Feb. 28), becoming the first player on record in conference history to accomplish that feat.
Started 26 matches...finished second on the team with 40 goals...took 92 shots, scoring at a 42.6 percent clip...earned first-team ACWPC All-America acclaim and first-team All-MPSF honors for the first time in her career...collected a team-leading 27 steals and 11 assists...also netted 11 blocks and 11 earned exclusions...scored in 20 matches, including a career-high four goals in four matches - at Michigan (Jan. 24), in back-to-back matches against UC Irvine (March 11) and Arizona State (March 13), and in the fifth-place match of the NCAA Tournament against Michigan (May 16)...totaled two goals in 12 matches...scored in seven consecutive games midway through the season (March 11-April 17), logging 16 goals in that span...scored in 11 of the team's final 13 matches, including five goals at the NCAA Tournament.
Played in all 31 matches, making 28 starts...ranked fourth on the team with 42 goals and 96 attempts (43.8 percent)...earned honorable mention ACWPC All-America accolades...recorded 20 steals, 20 earned exclusions, six blocks and six assists...also won eight sprints...scored a career-high four goals at Hawai'i in a first-round match at the MPSF Tournament...totaled 14 multiple-goal games, including four three-goal efforts...scored in 22 total matches...scored two goals in the NCAA Tournament - one versus Michigan in a first-round match, and one versus USC in UCLA's 5-4 win in the NCAA Championship (May 10).
Played in all 33 matches...scored 25 goals on 56 attempts (44.6 percent)...recorded 31 steals, 18 assts, seven blocks and seven earned exclusions...earned All-MPSF Freshman Team honors...scored at least one goal in 18 contests...registered a season-high two goals in seven matches...tallied her first collegiate goal against UC San Diego in the Michigan Invitational (Jan. 26)...scored two goals in the Bruins' NCAA Tournament first-round win against Pomona-Pitzer (May 9)...also added one goal in the NCAA Championship match, a 6-3 win over USC (May 11).
Four-year varsity water polo and swimming letterwinner at Montebello High School under head coaches Kenneth Clements and Sergio Macias (sophomore, freshman seasons)...earned first-team All-CIF honors in each of her four seasons playing water polo...served as team captain her senior year...helped lead Montebello to the CIF Division I championship game in 2006 and 2007...guided Montebello to the Almont League title four consecutive years...earned Montebello High School Female Athlete of the Year accolades her final three years...named MVP of the Almont League in 2006 and 2007; team MVP in 2004, 2006 and 2007.
Competed for the Commerce Club Team under head coach Gabriel Martinez...led club team to a silver medal at the 2007 Junior Olympics...earned the Sportsmanship Award in 2005 and 2007...captured All-America honors in 2003, 2004 and 2005...also participated on the Youth National Team from 2004-06; helped the Youth National Team win the Pan Pacific Games in New Zealand in 2004...served as the team captain in 2006; won the Junior Pan Pacific Games that year.
Full name: Priscilla Megan Orozco...born Feb. 6, 1989...Priscilla is the oldest of Salvador and Patricia's four children...has one younger brother, Salvador, and two younger sisters, Sarah and Salma...played alongside her sister, Sarah, at UCLA from 2009-2011...history major.
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