Off-Season — Selected to be a member of the 2002-2004 United States Senior National Team... Participated in the FINA World Championships in December... Scored a goal in the United States’ 6-4 victory over Canada in the semifinals.
2002 – A First-team All-American and All-MPSF First-team selection for the second consecutive year... Named to the NCAA All Tournament Team... Earned First-Team MPSF All-Tournament honors... Named to the 2001-02 AWPCA All-Academic Team... Scored a season high four goals in a 16-4 victory over UC Irvine... Scored a team high three goals in a 7-6 victory over USC in the MPSF semifinals... She was the Bruins leading scorer on five different occassions... Was second on the team with 21 assists... Scored a total of 28 goals for the season.
2001 – First-team All-American selection…Earned first-team All-MPSF honors… Named to the NCAA first-team All-Tournament team… Scored a goal in the NCAA Championship win over Stanford and the semi-final match against Loyola Marymount… At the MPSF Championships, scored a pair of goals in wins over UC Santa Barbara and USC… Scored a pair of goals against Cal, Stanford and San Diego State… Scored a total of 21 goals on the season.
2000 — Sat out the 2000 season as a member of the USA Olympic Team … Won a silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics … Scored six goals in the Olympics, including a hat trick against Canada in the second round … Scored a goal in the semifinal game versus the Netherlands to advance to the gold-medal game against Australia … Captured first place at the Holiday Cup in July … Scored two goals, including a last-second shot to tie the game against Greece at the Thetis Cup in Athens … Helped the national team qualify for Sydney in the World Women’s Olympic Qualification Tournament in Sicily.
1999 — Redshirted the ’99 season to compete with the U.S. Women’s National Team … Helped lead the U.S. to a first-place showing at the Canada Cup in Montreal … Won a silver medal at Pan American Games and placed second at the Holiday Cup … Notched a goal in the 6-4 loss to Canada at the Pan Am Games.
1998 — Earned second-team All-America honors … Named first team All-MPSF as well as first-team All-National Collegiate Championship Tournament … Fourth-leading scorer with 48 goals in 108 attempts … Scored in 29 of the 36 games played … Recorded a 16-game scoring streak from the third through the 18th games of the season … Tallied multiple goals in 13 games … Netted four goals against San Jose State in an 18-0 victory … Led the team with three goals against Cal on Mar. 21.
High School — Played four years of both men’s and women’s water polo at Marina HS for coaches John Wright and Chad Roberts and earned four letters in swimming under coaches Wright and Dave Carlson … National and international experience includes Senior Nationals, Junior Nationals, National Junior Olympics, National Junior Team, Olympic Festival and Hawaiian Invitational … Named first-team All-America at Senior Nationals, Junior Nationals, Junior Olympics and High School Women’s Water Polo … Earned All-America, All-CIF, and all-league awards in both men’s and women’s high school polo … Captained two squads and was named the Marina HS Female Athlete of the Year … Scored 99 goals, notched 97 assists and grabbed 220 steals in 97 career games.
Personal — Full name is Robin Mary Beauregard … Born February 23, 1979 in Long Beach … Enjoys reading, sports and exploring new places … Lists her biggest athletic thrill as winning the women’s water polo Southern California title in triple overtime, a game in which she scored seven of the team’s eight goals, including the game winner … Career objective is to be an orthopedic surgeon … Psychobiology and Physiological Science.
Year GS Att % 1998 48 108 44 2001 21 72 29 2002 28 71 39 Totals 97 251 39
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