Sophomores Christopher Meinhold, Paul Reynolds and Chris Fahlsing and junior Chris Wendt were honored.
Chris Wendt picked up his third straight MPSF All-Academic selection.
Seniors Josh Samuels and Bret Lathrope each scored two goals in the national championship game.
Thirteen different Bruins scored, led by redshirt freshman Maxwell Vilim-Brozyna's career-high three goals.
Danny McClintick and Aimone Barabino led the Bruins with three goals apiece.
Played in six matches, making one start...scored three goals on four attempts...also registered five steals, five field blocks and three assists...scored his first collegiate goal in a win over La Verne (Sept. 3)...also had one goal against Whittier and Pomona-Pitzer (Oct. 22).
Three-year varsity water polo letterwinner at JSerra under head coach Peter Asic...also was a three-year varsity swimming letterwinner...named a second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division II selection as a senior (2009) and a first-team All-CIF honoree as a junior (2008)...secured second-team All-Trinity League accolades as a junior and sophomore (2007)...was a third-team All-Southern California selection as a junior...started for the inaugural JSerra boys' water polo team in 2007 and helped bring the program to the CIF Southern Section Division II finals by 2009.
Competed for SoCal Water Polo Club and Orange County Water Polo Club...also played for SSV Esslingen (Germany)...with SoCal Water Polo Club, helped lead the team to the championship at the Speedo Cup and a first-place finish at the Junior Olympics...with SSV Esslingen, led the club team to a second-place finish in the German Turbo Cup Final...competed for A-Jugend (19-and-under) at the Southern German Championships.
Full name: Christopher Loren Meinhold...born Feb. 6, 1992 in Glendale, Calif...Christopher is the older of Frank and Gail Meinhold's two sons...has one younger brother, Conrad...his cousin, Oliver Korn, helped lead Germany's field hockey team to the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing...intends to major in international relations with a minor in German.
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