Played in all 33 matches...named an honorable mention ACWPC All-America selection and All-MPSF honoree...scored 34 goals on 92 attempts...tallied 34 assists, 30 steals and nine steals...won a team-leading 41 sprints...scored at least one goal in 23 of 33 total matches...recorded seven multiple-goal efforts, including four three-goal games (vs. UC San Diego, Jan. 26; vs. Indiana, Jan. 27; vs. San Diego State, April 12; vs. Pomona-Pitzer, May 9)...scored five goals in three NCAA Tournament matches, including three in the Bruins' opening game against Pomona Pitzer (May 9)...one of five seniors to have led UCLA to the NCAA Championship in each of her four seasons.
Played in all 30 games...recorded 32 goals on 76 attempts...collected 21 assists, 16 steals, 10 blocks and 10 earned exclusions...captured ACWPC All-America honorable mention accolades...scored at least one goal in 19 matches...registered a season-high five goals against Long Beach State (March 15)...also had one three-goal game against Loyola Marymount (March 31)...recorded 13 goals in a six-game stretch (March 1-15).
Played in all 33 matches...scored 33 goals on 66 attempts, scoring at a 50 percent clip...registered 23 steals, 21 assists, and five field saves...earned ACWPC All-America honorable mention accolades...scored two goals in the NCAA Championship contest...her total of 33 goals ranked fourth-highest on the team...her scoring percentage of 50 percent was third-highest on the club...totaled five multi-goal games...scored five goals in three NCAA Tournament contests.
Played in 27 games...scored 38 goals on 74 attempts, scoring at a 51 percent rate...totaled 38 goals, the fourth-highest total on the team...recorded 23 steals, 21 assists and seven field saves...earned All-MPSF honorable mention accolades and MPSF All-Freshman Team honors...named the MPSF Player of the Week on March 7 after scoring three goals against second-ranked USC...registered a season-best four goals against Long Beach State (April 20)...totaled 11 multiple-goal games.
Four year water polo and swimming letterwinner at Foothill High School under head coaches Dan Kaltt and Dave Mikesell (water polo) and Jim Brumm (swimming)...helped lead Foothill to the CIF championship in water polo each of four years...earned first-team All-America and All-CIF honors in water polo...recognized as the co-MVP in the Sea View League all four seasons...earned the USMC Player of the Year Athletic Award...was the co-captain her senior season...competed for the SoCal club team...earned first-team All-America honors at Junior Nationals in 2001 and was named an honorable mention at Senior Nationals in 2001...competed for the Junior National Team in 2001, 2004 and 2005...member of the Senior National Team from 2002-03...named the MVP of the Holiday Cup with the Senior National Team...served as an alternate for the U.S. Olympic team at the 2004 summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.
Full name: Gabrielle Elise Domanic...prefers to be called Gaby...born February 24, 1985 in Orange, Calif...one of Eric and Jackie Domanic's four children...has two brothers, Evan and Elliott, and one sister, Natalie...environmental studies major.
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