Played in all 29 matches, making 27 starts...secured second-team All-MPSF honors and second-team ACWPC All-America acclaim...earned MPSF All-Academic Team accolades for the third consecutive season...scored 20 goals on 72 attempts, converting at a 28 percent clip...served as the Bruins' team captain, helping lead UCLA to a runner-up finish at the NCAA Championships for the second time in his final three seasons...registered a team-leading 38 assists...also tallied 18 steals, 10 blocks and nine earned exclusions...totaled a season-high three goals in a 13-12, sudden-victory overtime win over Pacific in an MPSF match at home (Nov. 4)...finished the season with four multiple-goal games...scored the game-winning goal with 10 seconds to play in overtime against Pepperdine (Nov. 25) in a first-round MPSF Tournament match at Spieker Aquatics Center, helping lift the Bruins to a 5-4 win...scored at least one goal in 15 matches.
Started 23 matches...scored 21 goals on 52 attempts, converting at a 40 percent clip...earned honorable mention All-MPSF accolades...secured ACWPC All-Academic "superior" honors...named an MPSF All-Academic Team selection...led the Bruins with 13 assists and recorded 11 steals, 10 earned exclusions, five blocks and won 12 sprints...scored in 16 matches, including four multiple-goal efforts...tied his career high with three goals in a loss at the finals of the NorCal Tournament against USC (Sept. 19)...scored one goal in each of UCLA's final two MPSF Tournament games.
Started all 30 matches...scored 23 goals on 71 attempts...earned honorable mention ACWPC All-America accolades and honorable mention All-MPSF acclaim...was a second-team All-NCAA Tournament selection...secured ACWPC All-Academic "superior" honors...also named an MPSF All-Academic Team honoree...led the Bruins with 27 assists, in addition to recording 16 steals, 14 earned exclusions and six blocks...won 17 sprints...scored in 16 matches, including six multiple-goal efforts...registered a career-high three goals against Iona (Sept. 12) at the Princeton Invitational...scored one goal in each of UCLA's MPSF Tournament wins against USC (Nov. 28) and California (Nov. 29).
Played in 24 games, making two starts...scored 14 goals on 34 attempts, converting at a 41 percent clip...collected 14 steals, the fourth-highest total on the team...also recorded 10 earned exclusions, six blocks and five assists...won five sprints...scored at least one goal in 13 matches...recorded his first collegiate goal in UCLA's season-opening 10-4 victory at UC Irvine (Sept. 13)...tallied a season-high two goals in a 9-2 victory over Loyola Marymount (Oct. 9)...scored one goal in eight of the team's first nine matches.
Four-year water polo and swimming letterwinner at Sir Francis Drake High School under coaches Mark Anderson and former Bruin standout Matt Swanson (water polo) and Joe Fahy (swimming)...earned 2006 Marin County Athletic League (MCAL) Water Polo Player of the Year honors...was a three-time first-team All-MCAL and All-CIF North Coast Section selection (2004-2006)...named a 2006 first-team All-Northern California water polo selection...gained 2006 first-team California/Hawaii All-America honors; named a fourth-team All-American in 2005 and eighth-team All-American in 2004...led Sir Francis Drake to the 2006 Chuck Metz Championship, defeating Marin Catholic, 6-2...as a swimmer, captured 2007 MCAL Player of the Year honors...won the 2007 CIF North Coast Section Championship in the 200 freestyle (1:39.99) and 500 freestyle (4:31.78); holds MCAL records in both events, in addition to earning first-team All-America accolades...six-time MCAL swim champion...also was a 2007 Marin County Athletic Foundation Scholar-Athlete and earned California Scholarship Federation (CSF) lifetime membership.
Competed for Marin Water Polo Club under head coach Michael Cereghino...played for the Pacific Zone Team from 2003-07.
U.S. National Team
Competed on the 2006 USA Youth National Team, traveling to Croatia, Germany and Canada...also served as a 2005 USA Cadet National team member...spent the summer of 2005 on the USA Youth National Team's summer European tour.
Full name: Cullen James Hennessy...born January 14, 1989 in San Francisco, Calif...Cullen is the youngest of Brian and Sue Hennessy's three children... brother, Sean, swam for UC Santa Barbara before graduating in 2005...sister, Lauren, graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 2007...father, Brian, and uncle and two cousins attended UCLA...sociology major.