|| Thomas Foley
Played in 27 of 28 matches...was a major contributor off the bench, scoring five goals on 12 attempts...added five assists and 14 steals...scored a goal in UCLA's 10-6 win over UC Irvine at MPSF Tournament.
Competed in 21 matches as a freshman and scored seven goals (scoring at a rate of 64 percent)...tallied one assist and eight steals...named to the MPSF All-Academic team.
Three-year letterwinner in water polo and swimming at Menlo School under coaches Jack Bowen and Terrance O'Mally, respectively...helped lead Menlo to two consecutive CIF Central Coast Section Championships...All-America third-team selection his senior year...All-America honorable mention honors at the 2001 Junior Olympics...was a two-time All-CIF Central Coast selection, earning first-team honors in 2001 and second-team accolades in 2000...was a two-time All-Peninsula Athletic League selection, including first-team honors in 2001.
U.S. Junior National Team
Was one of four Bruins to compete with the U.S. Junior National Team during summer of 2002...won silver medal at the 2002 Junior Pan Am Games.
Full name: Thomas Sullivan Foley...born on April 4, 1984, in Saratoga, Calif...chose UCLA for its great combination of athletics and academics...lists representing the United States as a member of the Junior Pan Am team as his greatest athletic thrill...admires his father, a water polo letterwinner at UC Santa Barbara and his uncle, Christopher, a member of the 1990 USA World Cup soccer team...economics and international area studies major.
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