|High School:||St. Lucy's|
Her 178 career goals ties her for 6th on the all-time UCLA career chart ... Earned second-team ACWPC All-America and ALL-MPSF honors ... Started 27 of 28 games ... Notched 38 goals, tied for second-most on the team, including a season-high five goals against UC Santa Barbara (1/24) ... Posted 12 multi-goal games on the season ... Also recorded nine assists and 14 earned exclusions on offense ... On defense, she had 22 steals and five field blocks ... Earned MPSF All-Academic honors.
Started all 32 games ... Earned 2nd Team ACWPC All-America honors ... Named 1st Team All-MPSF after leading the Bruins with 55 goals ... Scored 17 goals each on power plays and counterattackes, as well as 16 goals in the set offense ... Recorded five games of four goals ... Scored in all but six of the team's 32 games ... Her 140 career goals ranks 10th on the all-time UCLA career chart ... Added 22 assists and 22 earned exclusions ... On defense, she recorded 33 steals and 10 field blocks ... Also earned MPSF All-Academic and ACWPC All-Academic (Excellent) honors for the second straight year ... Fall and Winter DHR member.
Earned Third-Team ACWPC All-America honors and Second-Team All-MPSF acclaim ... Voted MPSF Player of the Week three times: Jan. 21, Mar. 11 and Apr. 1 ... Led the Bruins in scoring with 70 goals, a figure that ranks in a tie for third on the single season UCLA chart ... Shooting percentage of .526 ranked second on the team ... Scored 23 of her goals in 6x5 situations and 15 on counterattacks ...Was five-for-five on penalty shots ... Netted a career-high of six goals against San Jose State (3/29) ... Also scored five goals against Cal (3/9) ... Recorded three games of four goals ... Overal, she recorded 20 multiple goal games ... In the NCAA Championship, she led the Bruins with seven goals scored ... Recorded 12 assists and 19 earned exclusions on offense in 2013 ... On defense, she made 26 steals and added 14 field blocks ... Played in 35 games, starting 34 ... In the classroom, she earned ACWPC All-Scholar honors and MPSF All-Academic acclaim ... Was a member of the Winter and Spring Director’s Honor Roll.
Played in 23 matches, making two starts ... Scored 15 goals on 48 attempts, scoring at a 31.3 percent clip ... Earned All-MPSF Newcomer Team honors ... Captured ACWPC All-Academic acclaim as a freshman ... Totaled eight assists, four steals and three blocks ... Scored a season-high three goals against Cal State Northridge (2/25) ... Also recorded four games with two goals ... Scored five goals in three NCAA Tournament matches (5/11-13).
Four-year varsity water polo and swimming letterwinner at St. Lucy’s Priory High School in Glendora under head coaches Jeff Rache and Dave Miller … Captured CIF Southern Section Division III Player of the Year honors as a junior (2010) and senior (2011) … Scored 182 goals and totaled 132 steals, 58 assists and 49 earned ejections as a senior … Guided St. Lucy’s to a 28-5 record, including a perfect 10-0 record in the Sierra League, and a runner-up finish in the Division III playoffs (lost, 8-7, to Murrieta Valley) … Was named the Sierra League MVP her final three seasons (2009, 2010, 2011) … Was also named 2011 Player of the Year by the San Gabriel Valley Tribune in the newspaper’s annual all-area team selections … Secured first-team All-CIF Division III accolades as a sophomore (2009) and second-team honors as a freshman (2008).
Competed for Chino Hills Area Water Polo (CHAWP) Club … Competed at the 2008 National Junior Olympics (under-16 division) … Was a first-team selection at 2007 National Junior Olympics (under-14 division) … Secured first-team All-America honors at the 2005 National Junior Olympics.
Born in her hoemtown … Emily is the youngest of Dan and Karen Donohoe’s four children … Has one older sister, Mary Pat, and two older brothers, Steven and Brian … Brian played water polo at UC San Diego … Sociology major.
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