|Hometown:||La Caņada, Calif.|
Played in five matches … scored three goals on eight attempts … scored one goal in each of UCLA's wins over Pomona-Pitzer (Sept. 1), Chapman (Sept. 2) and Concordia (Nov. 3) … also tallied two assists, one steal and one field block.
Played in four matches, making one start … scored one goal on six attempts … scored his first collegiate goal in UCLA's win over La Verne (Sept. 3) … also tallied four assists, three steals and one block during his freshman season.
Four-year varsity water polo letterwinner at Harvard-Westlake High School under head coaches Robert Lynn (2009) and Larry Felix (2006-08) … also was a four-year varsity swimming letterwinner under head coaches Darline Bible (2010) and Dawn Barrett (2007-09) … was a two-year starter at Harvard-Westlake (2008, 2009) … helped lead the Wolverines to the CIF Southern Section Division I quarterfinals as a senior … guided Harvard-Westlake to the Mission League title as a sophomore (2007) and freshman (2006) … named the team's most valuable offensive player as a freshman
Competed for Los Angeles Water Polo Club, leading the team to the silver medal at the 2010 Junior Olympics … also played for the Coastal California Zone Team in 2005 and from 2007-10 … led the zone team to the 2008 National Zone Championships … earned USA Water Polo All-America honors in 2010.
Full name: Brendan Edward Zwaneveld … born March 2, 1992 in Pasadena, Calif. … both of his parents attended UCLA … his father was on three different Bruin teams that won the Rose Bowl (1983, 1984 and 1986) … his godparents, Kevin and Julie Abbott, also attended UCLA … has one younger brother, Alec, a junior on the Bruins' men's water polo team … also has one younger sister, Michelle … majoring in business-economics.
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