Six UCLA Women's Water Polo Players Earn All-MPSF Honors
May 4, 2011
WOODLAND, Calif. - Senior Priscilla Orozco has earned first-team All-MPSF honors, and junior Caitlin Dement has secured second-team All-MPSF recognition, as announced Tuesday by the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.
In addition, seniors Grace Reynolds and Kelly Easterday and junior KK Clark have been named honorable mention All-MPSF selections, and freshman goalkeeper Sami Hill has captured All-MPSF Newcomer Team acclaim.
Orozco has been named a first-team all-conference selection for the second consecutive year. The senior from Commerce, Calif., leads UCLA with 56 goals and ranks sixth among MPSF field players with a 1.87 goals per game average.
Dement has secured second-team All-MPSF honors for the second straight season. The junior goalkeeper from Chino, Calif., has tallied 149 saves and a 5.64 goals against average. Dement's goals against average is the fourth lowest among MPSF goalkeepers.
Reynolds has scored 32 goals in 25 matches, averaging 1.28 goals per match. The resident of Santa Ana, Calif., has scored 15 goals through the Bruins' last seven games. Reynolds earned second-team All-MPSF acclaim as a junior in 2010 and as a sophomore at California in 2008.
Easterday has scored 18 goals, securing honorable mention All-MPSF acclaim for the second straight season. Clark is second on the team with 46 goals and ranks 13th among MPSF field players with a 1.56 goals per game average.
Hill has registered 117 saves in 15 games (nine starts), posting a 5.70 goals against average. Hill's 7.80 saves per game average ranks fifth-highest among MPSF goalkeepers.
Stanford sophomore Annika Dries earned MPSF Player of the Year accolades, and San Jose State freshman Timi Molnar was named the conference's Newcomer of the Year. California's Rich Corso secured MPSF Coach of the Year honors.
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