Couture, Donohoe, Dorst, Kent, Ronimus and Schulman honored for academic performance.
The Bruins defeated Hawai'i 13-8 on the strength of four goals from freshman Rachel Fattal.
The Bruins advance to tomorrow's NCAA Semifinal vs. No. 2 Stanford.
Freshman Rachel Fattal and junior Becca Dorst each scored twice to lead the Bruins.
Sophomore Emily Donohoe scored the Bruins' lone goal against the Cardinal.
Started in 10 matches...scored 12 goals on 34 attempts...also registered 13 assists, seven steals, two blocks and one earned exclusion.
Played in seven matches...scored two goals on 10 attempts...recorded three blocks, three assists and two steals...scored one goal against Colorado State (Jan. 22) in the team's season-opener...also had one goal against Cal Baptist (March 5) at Arizona State.
Four-year varsity water polo and swimming letterwinner at Coronado High School under head coach David Throop...helped lead Coronado to the CIF Championship in 2008, 2009 and 2010...twice secured All-CIF San Diego Section honors and first-team All-Western League acclaim (2009, 2010)...was named a second-team All-San Diego selection in 2009 and first-team All-San Diego honoree in 2010...earned Coronado's "Most Outstanding Swimmer" award as a freshman in 2007...named the program's "Most Valuable Swimmer" in 2008, 2009 and 2010...named to the San Diego Union Tribune's All-Academic Team in 2009 and 2010.
Competed for Coronado Aquatics Club...earned MVP honors at the 18-U National State Challenge in 2009...was an honorable mention All-California-Hawaii selection in 2009...also competed for San Diego Pacific Zone from 2006-2008.
Full name: Kelly Ann Ronimus...born July 5, 1992 in Coronado, Calif...Kelly is the younger of Andrew and Maurren Ronimus' two daughters...has one older sister, Morgan, who spent three seasons (2008-2010) as a goalkeeper on the UCLA women's water polo team...undeclared major.
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