2000 — Named 2000 National Player of the Year … Earned first-team All-America honors for a second-straight year … Earned Tournament MVP honors at the Collegiate Nationals and was named to the first-team All-National Collegiate team … MPSF second-team all-conference selection and So. Cal regional all-tournament second-team selection … Named MPSF Player of the Week on Feb. 8 after helping guide the Bruins to a first-place finish at the Rainbow Wahine Tournament … Named Rainbow Wahine Tournament MVP after leading all players in scoring, totaling eight goals in three games … Second-leading scorer on team with 54 goals on 106 attempts … Ranked sixth on the team with a 51% shooting clip … Led the team with 28 assists … Second on the team with 36 steals … Third on the team with 26 earned ejection/penalties and tied for third with four field saves … Recorded goals in 28 out of UCLA’s 35 games … Tallied 14 multiple-goal games, seven with three goals or more … Scored in the first nine and last nine games … Notched a career-high six goals against defending national champion USC on Feb. 27 … Fired in two goals against California on Mar. 31 to help lead the Bruins to a 7-6 upset … Scored a goal in the National Championship game against USC.
1999 — First-team All-America and All-MPSF selection … Earned first-team All-National Collegiate Tournament and All-MPSF Tournament accolades … Garnered MPSF Player of the Week acclaim for the week of Mar. 1-7 after scoring nine goals in four games at the UC Santa Barbara Tournament … Made an immediate impact on the squad, scoring in all but two games … Led the team with 64 goals in 130 attempts … Ranked second on the team with a 49% shooting clip … Recorded 10 assists and 32 earned ejections/penalties, both of which rank second on the squad … Led the team in scoring in a total of 19 games …?Tallied 22 multiple-goal games, eight with three or more goals scored … Notched a career-high four goals versus California on Mar. 20 and later matched her career high versus San Diego State on Apr. 25 … Scored six hat tricks … Recorded team highs at the MPSF Tournament (8), the Southern California Western Regional Qualifying Tournament (7) and the National Collegiate Tournament (13) … Fired in the game-winning overtime goal against Stanford on Apr. 11 to give the Bruins a third-place victory at the MPSF Tournament … Lifted the Bruins to a third-place win at the Collegiate Nationals when she scored the game-winning triple-overtime goal, her third goal of the game.
High School — Earned four letters in swimming, two in water polo and one each in soccer, volleyball and cross country at Cabrillo HS … Captained the water polo team for two years and was twice named league MVP … Earned All-American honorable mention honors and named CIF Division III MVP … In her junior and senior years, led the team in goals scored, steals and assists … As a senior, her 155 goals scored tied the school record for most goals scored in one season … Member of the Santa Barbara club team, where she led the team in scoring … Named Junior Olympics first-team All-American and Junior Nationals second-team All-American … Helped the USA Junior National team earn the gold medal in the ’98 Pan Am games.
Personal — Full name is Elaine Maureen Zivich … Born November 26, 1980 in Lake Tahoe … Likes water polo because it is a competitive sport … Career objective is to be a teacher or counselor … Psychology major.
Year GS Att % 1999 64 130 49 2000 54 106 51 Totals 118 236 50