Bruins improve overall record to 17-3 with non-conference road victory
Played in eight games, making three starts...totaled 19 saves and logged a 5.04 goals against average...allowed 15 goals in nearly 12 quarters (95 minutes, 15 seconds)...tallied a season-high five saves in a victory over La Verne (Sept. 3).
Played in 10 games, making six starts...totaled 59 saves and posted an 8.00 goals against average, allowing 62 goals in 31 quarters (248 minutes)...recorded a career-high 10 saves in the start against Chapman (Oct. 17)...tallied nine saves in two quarters of UCLA's season-opening win over Concordia (Sept. 11)...played in UCLA's first six matches before missing time due to injury.
Played in three games...recorded seven saves and allowed seven goals in 29 minutes, 50 seconds...logged a season-high four saves in two quarters against Chapman (Oct. 25)...also tallied two saves against Pacific (Oct. 25) and had one stop versus Redlands (Oct. 10).
Played in four games, making one start...totaled seven saves and allowed 10 goals in 49 minutes, 40 seconds...recorded a career-high six saves against Bucknell in a NorCal Tournament contest, his first collegiate start (Oct. 11)...also made one stop against Concordia (Nov. 8).
Four-year water polo letterwinner under head coach Jim Sprague...was a two-time All-CIF selection, gaining second-team honors in 2006 and third-team accolades in 2005...named a first-team All-Trinity League selection as a senior...finished his high school career with 976 total saves...recorded 286 saves and scored one goal in 30 games his senior season... totaled a season-high 17 saves against Northwood, and registered 14 games with 10 or more saves...helped lead Servite to the inaugural Trinity League title...captured second-team All-Serra League honors as a junior and sophomore...helped lead Servite to the 2005 CIF Championship and the 2004 Serra League Championship and a berth in the 2004 CIF semifinals...also competed for SoCal Water Polo...earned 2003 MVP accolades and the Coaches' Award after leading SoCal Water Polo to the San Diego Cup Championship.
Full name: Andrew Scarborough Mesesan...born August 1, 1988 in Santa Ana, Calif...is the older of Kenneth and Linda Mesesan's two children...has one sister, Claire...lists his greatest athletic thrill as helping lead Servite High School to the 2005 CIF Southern Section Division II Championship...political science major.