Five UCLA Women's Water Polo Players Earn All-Academic Acclaim
July 10, 2012
Clark captured ACWPC All-Academic acclaim for the third consecutive year. The native of Atherton, Calif., led the Bruins with 58 goals in 2012, scoring in 25 of the team's 27 matches. Clark registered at least two goals in 18 matches and was previously honored this season as an MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete.
Sebenaler, along with Dorst, Beebe and Donohoe, earned ACWPC All-Academic honors for the first time in their respective careers. Sebenaler finished her senior season with 21 goals, the fifth-highest total on the team. She scored two goals in UCLA's 10-9 win over UC Irvine in the NCAA Tournament's third-place match.
Dorst was tied for third on the team with 27 goals. The sophomore utility player from Menlo, Calif., tallied 27 steals, 15 field blocks and 12 assists for UCLA.
Beebe registered three goals as a freshman and contributed 11 steals and nine assists. Donohoe concluded her freshman season with 15 goals, eight assists and four steals.
The Bruins finished the year with a 23-4 record, including a 5-2 mark in MPSF games. UCLA won the MPSF Tournament for the second time in three years before finishing third at the NCAA Tournament.
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