|Hometown:||Menlo Park, Calif.|
Played in 25 matches while making 20 starts...was tied for third on the team in scoring with 27 goals on 63 attempts, converting at a 42.9 percent rate...also finished second on the team in steals (32) and field blocks (16)...was fourth on the team in earned exclusions (14) and assists (14)...scored in 17 matches, including six multiple-goal efforts...registered a season-high three goals vs. Colorado State (Jan. 21), vs. Michigan (Feb. 5), at California (Apr. 7) and at Stanford (Apr. 29)...also had two goals at San Diego State (Feb. 18) and vs. Cal State Northridge (Feb. 25)...earned ACWPC All-Academic honors...earned MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete honors...earned ACWPC honorable mention All-America accolades.
Played in 10 matches...scored 13 goals on 26 attempts, converting at a 50 percent rate...also registered eight steals, four earned exclusions, three assists and one block...scored in eight matches, including three multiple-goal efforts...registered a season-high four goals against Cal Baptist (March 5) at Arizona State...also had two goals against Colorado State (Jan. 22) in the season opener and versus Cal State Northridge (Jan. 23) at the Michigan Invitational...earned MPSF Newcomer of the Week honors (March 7) after a four-goal effort against Cal Baptist in a non-conference victory.
Four-year varsity water polo and swimming letterwinner at Menlo-Atherton under head coaches Chris Rubin and Tom McCrae, respectively...secured CIF Central Coast Section Division I Player of the Year honors her final three seasons (2007-2009)...was named Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior...secured first-team All-PAL accolades each of her four seasons at Menlo-Atherton (2006-2009)...led Menlo-Atherton to the 2007 CIF CCS title...advanced to the CIF CCS championship match as a junior and senior, falling to St. Francis in overtime both years...captured honorable mention All-Central Coast Section acclaim as a freshman (2006)...as a swimmer, secured first-team NISCA All-America honors in 2008 and 2009.
Competed for NorCal Water Polo...was a first-team All-America selection at the 2009 Junior Olympics, finishing fourth in the 18-U platinum division...earned tournament MVP accolades at the 2010 British Columbia Open...was an honorable mention All-American at the 2008 and 2009 Junior Olympics (platinum division).
Full name: Rebecca Archer Dorst...born June 4, 1992 in Palo Alto, Calif...Becca is the middle of Chris and Maryberth Dorst's three daughters...has two sisters, Lindsay and Emily... mother, Marybeth, was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Women's Swimming Team...father, Chris, was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Men's Water Polo Team and competed for Team USA at the 1984 Olympics (Los Angeles)...sister, Lindsay, is a sophomore goalkeeper for the California women's water polo team...cousin, KK Clark, is a junior on the UCLA women's water polo team...undeclared major.
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