|Position:||Undergraduate Assistant Coach|
Will redshirt the season.
Played in nine matches, making three starts...scored three goals on 19 attempts...totaled five assists, three steals and two blocks...had one goal in each of three matches.
Played in 30 matches...scored 23 goals on 72 attempts (31.9 percent)...recorded 18 steals, seven assists, six earned exclusions and five blocks...scored in 14 matches, including a career-high four goals against Santa Clara (Feb. 12) at the UC Irvine Invitational...overall, tallied five multiple-goal games, including two three-goal efforts.
Played in 21 matches, making four starts...scored 17 goals on 46 attempts (37.0 percent), collecting five assists, five steals, four blocks and one earned exclusion...scored in 10 matches, including a season-high three goals at Sonoma State (Feb. 21)...also registered two goals in five matches.
Four-year varsity water polo and swimming letterwinner at Temecula High School under head coaches Tyson Cleveland and Craig Winger, respectively...secured first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division V honors as a junior (2008) and a sophomore (2007); named a second-team selection as a senior (2009)...earned All Southwestern League MVP accolades as a senior; was named a first-team All-League selection as a junior and second-team honoree as a sophomore...registered 112 goals, 52 assists and 46 steals as a senior...named the 2009 Citrus Belt Area Athlete of the Year as a senior, as well as the Chaparral High School Female Athlete of the Year...secured team MVP honors as a junior and senior...collected 99 goals, 72 assists and 65 steals as a junior...as a sophomore, netted 50 goals, 62 assists and 30 steals...as a freshman, registered 16 goals, 22 assists and 18 steals...as a swimmer, earned first-team All-Southwestern League accolades as a junior and senior...was an All-Valley selection her final three seasons (2007-09)...secured All-America honors in the 50-yard freestyle as a sophomore...led Chaparral to the Southwestern League title in 2008 and 2009...finished first at League Finals her final three seasons in the 50-yard free style and 400-yard freestyle relay; finished first as a senior and sophomore in the 100-yard freestyle; finished first as a junior and sophomore in the 200-yard freestyle relay.
Competed for SET Water Polo...finished in fifth place at the 2008 Junior Olympics (18-and-under) as a junior; third-place at 2007 Junior Olympics (16-and-under) as a sophomore...led SET to a second-place finish at the Club Championships in 2009...guided SET to a first place at the 20U Nationals in 2008...finished second at the 2007 Speedo Top-40 as a sophomore...competed for the USA Junior National Team from 2007-09; finished third at the 2009 Junior World Championships in Russia; finished first, earning the gold medal, at the 2008 Global Championships in Brisbane, Australia; competed at the 2007 Cadet National Team Training Camp.
Full name: Brooke Lynn Martin...Brooke is the younger of David and Sue Martin's two daughters...has one older sister, Kristi...undeclared major.
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