|Hometown:||Agoura Hills, Calif.|
|High School:||Agoura HS|
Played in 30 of the 32 matches, making 15 starts … was named honorable mention All-American and MPSF All-Academic … also named the MVP of the NCAA Tournament after scoring a game-high four goals in the 9-8 championship win over USC (Dec. 7) … picked up his first career MPSF/Kap7 Player of the Week honors on Sept. 29 after scoring a game-high four goals and adding two assists to lead the top-ranked Bruins to a 17-9 win over No. 9 UC Irvine … he scored the eventual game-winning goal with 5:17 left in the third period and drew the defensive assignment on MPSF scoring leader Lovre Milos (4.67 gpg), holding him to two goals … scored 41 goals (4th on the team) on 101 attempts, converting at a 40.6 percent rate … his 1.41 goals per game average ranked 22nd in the MPSF … scored at least one goal in 18 matches, scoring multiple goals 12 times … had a season- and career-high six goals in a victory over Redlands (Sept. 6) … led the team in assists with 39 and was second in field blocks with 11 … also had 14 steals and drew five exclusions.
Played in all 32 matches, one of only three Bruins to accomplish that feat, making 30 starts … was named third team All-American, honorable mention All-MPSF and MPSF All-Academic … scored 38 goals (2nd on the team) on 120 attempts, converting at a 31.7 percent rate … scored at least one goal in 23 matches, scoring multiple goals 11 times … had a season-high four goals in a victory over Whittier (Sept. 14) … led the team in assists with 62 and was second in field blocks with 15 … also sixth on the squad with 24 steals.
Played in all 33 matches, one of only three Bruins to accomplish that feat, making 16 starts … scored 37 goals (4th on the team) on 89 attempts, converting at a 41.6 percent rate … scored at least one goal in 22 matches, scoring multiple goals 10 times … scored at least one goal in the first nine games of his collegiate career … had a season-high four goals in a victory over Chapman (Sept. 2) … was third on the team in field blocks with 17 and also registered 19 assists and 16 steals while earning six exclusions.
2015: McClintick was injured in a car accident during the offseason and was unable to play at the World University Games (July 2-14) in Gwangju, South Korea, but traveled with the team and served as Team USA's social media coordinator. 2013: Played in all eight games (182 minutes) for Team USA at the 2013 World University Games in Kazan, Russia (July 6-17) … he scored six goals on 16 shots, converting at a 37.5 percent rate … also led the team in assists (12) and field blocks (seven) while tallying three steals as the United States captured fifth place at the World University Games … he also helped the USA to a fifth-place finish at the 2013 FINA Men’s Junior World Championships in Szombathely, Hungary (Aug. 12-18) … the Americans went 5-2 at the Junior Worlds … he played in seven games and tallied two goals.
Four-year (2008-11) varsity water polo letterwinner at Agoura High School under head coach Dustin Litvak (current UCLA assistant coach) … also lettered four times (2009-12) in swimming for coach Peter Schiavelli … a four-year starter, McClintick was named second team All-Marmonte League and third team All-CIF as a freshman in 2008 … was named first team All-Marmonte and second team All-CIF in 2009 … as a junior in 2010, he was named first team All-League and All-CIF as the Chargers were the CIF Division IV Champions with McClintick setting a school record for assists … as a senior in 2011, he was named first team All-Marmonte and League MVP while the Chargers repeated as CIF champions with McClintick being named CIF Division IV Player of the Year … he also was named L.A. Daily News and Ventura County Star Player of the Year in 2011 while setting an AHS record for field blocks.
Full name: Daniel John McClintick … Oct. 29, 1994 in La Jolla, Calif. … his parents are John and Peggy McClintick … has one younger brother, Will … competed with the Los Angeles Water Polo Club … placed second at the Junior Olympics in 2011 while being named a first team All-American … the LAWPC won the U.S. Club Championship in 2010 … lists winning his second consecutive CIF Championship as the biggest athletic thrill of his career … has also competed with Youth and Junior National Training Teams (2010-12), traveling to Sicily, Italy, and Szombathely, Hungary for competition … lists the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant as the athlete he most admires … majoring in political science.
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