Hosted By San Jose State University
at the San Jose State Aquatics Center
April 29 - May 1, 2011
A limited amount of All Session Passes are available by calling the Spartan Ticket Office.
Schedule of Games
Friday, April 29
|Game 1||#2 California (21-4) vs. #7 San Diego State (20-12)||CAL 7, SDSU 6|
|Game 2||#3 Hawai'i (17-7) vs. #6 San Jose State (20-11)||SJSU 11, UH 9|
|Game 3||#1 Stanford (23-0) vs. #8 Arizona State (11-12)||STAN 15, ASU 6|
|Game 4||#4 UCLA (22-5) vs. #5 USC (16-5)||UCLA 12, USC 10|
Saturday, April 30
|Game 5||Arizona State (11-13) vs. USC (16-6)||USC 10, ASU 9|
|Game 6||San Diego State (20-13) vs. Hawai'i (17-8)||UH 14, SDSU 10|
|Game 7||Semifinal #1: Stanford (24-0) vs. UCLA (23-5)||UCLA 9, STAN 8|
|Game 8||Semifinal #2: California (22-4) vs. San Jose State (21-11)||CAL 13, SJSU 10|
Sunday, May 1
|Game 9||7th Place: Arizona State (11-14) vs. San Diego State (20-14) ||ASU 11, SDSU 9 |
|Game 10||5th Place: USC (17-6) vs. Hawai'i (18-8) ||USC 8, UH 7 |
|Game 11||3rd Place: Stanford (24-1) vs. San Jose State (21-12) ||STAN 15, SJSU 5 |
|Game 12||Championship Game - UCLA (24-5) vs. California (23-4) || |
CAL 7, UCLA 6
|San Diego State||1||3||1||1||6|
San Diego State goals: Brady, 2; Pezzolla, Pedersen, Gautschi, L. Ford, 1 each.
California goals: Ochsner, Vosters, 2, each; Csikos, McLaren, Young, 1 each.
Saves: San Diego State (Campoli, 10). California (Peckham, 13).
Ejections: San Diego State - 9. California - 6.
Game Summary: Breda Vosters scored a penalty goal with 4:30 remaining in the game giving California (22-4) a 7-6 win over San Diego State (20-13) in the first match of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's water polo championship. Vosters was one of two Golden Bears to score twice in the win. Sarah Brady scored twice for the Aztecs in a game with three lead changes. California goalie Stephanie Peckham was credited with 13 saves including five in the final quarter.
|San Jose State||1||2||5||3||11|
San Jose State goals: Vogt, 5; A. Stewart, Curran, 2; Buzzetta, Molnar, 1, each.
Hawaii goals: Van Der Molen, Majuri, 3, each; A. Genee, 2; M. Eggens, 1.
Saves: San Jose State (Minson 12). Hawai'i (Bredin 6)
Ejections: San Jose State 9, Hawai'i, 9.
Game Summary: Adriana Vogt scored five goals including two in San Jose State's five-goal third-quarter flurry as the Spartans upset Hawai'i, 11-9. San Jose State broke open a 3-3 halftime tie with three unanswered goals to start the second half capped by a Vogt 6-on-5 goal. The Rainbow Wahine never got closer than 6-5 on Leonie Van Der Molen's second of three goals with 2:01 left in the third quarter. The Spartans led by as many as four goals twice in the fourth quarter. San Jose State goalkeeper Meagan Minson was credited with 12 saves in the win. The Spartans advance to play California, Saturday, April 30, at 3:00 p.m.
Arizona State goals: Smith, Carter, 2, each; Salloum, Silverberg, 1, each.
Stanford goals: Dries, 3; A. Lo, Seidemann, Kennedy, 2, each; Krueger, Menon, Dunlevie, Lee, Suggs, K. Lo, 1, each.
Saves: Arizona State (Hutchinson, 5 in 30 minutes; Moore none in 2 minutes), Stanford (Oland, 10 in two quarters, Baldoni, 6 in two quarters)
Ejections: Arizona State 7, Stanford 7.
Game Summary: Stanford remained undefeated on the season scoring nine straight goals covering 18:11 from the first into the third quarters for a 15-6 win over Arizona State. Ten different Cardinal, led by Annika Dries' three goals, scored in Stanford's 24th win of the season. The Sun Devils had two early one-goal leads before the Stanford onslaught. Lynlee Smith and Annabelle Carter scored twice for Arizona State.
USC goals: Bekhazi, 5; Jancso, 3; O'Donnell, Dan, 1, each.
UCLA goals: Clark, P. Orozco, 4, each; S. Orozco, Burmeister, Easterday, Reynolds, 1, each.
Saves: USC (Bolonyai 8), UCLA (Dement 13)
Ejections: USC 7, UCLA 11.
Game Summary: UCLA scored the first four goals of the match in 4:16 and went on to a 12-10 win over USC in the final Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's water polo match of the day. Priscilla Orozco led the Bruins scoring charge with three of her four goals in the first quarter. Teammate KK Clark matched Orozco with four scores. USC trailed as much as 6-1, but closed the gap to a two-goal deficit three times in the fourth quarter. Joelle Bekhazi scored five times, three in the third quarter, to lead the Trojans' attack.
Arizona State goals: Harris, 4; Smith, 3, Haas, Salloum.
USC goals: Jancso, Dronberger, 3, each; Sardo, 2; Van Norman, Dan, 1, each.
Saves: Arizona State (Hutchinson 4). USC - (Bolonyai 3).
Ejections: Arizona State 10, USC 7.
Game Summary: USC overcame two four-goal deficits in the first half and came back to post a 10-9 victory over Arizona State. Kristen Dronberger, one of two Troajns to score three times, put home the eventual game-winner on a 6-on-5 power play with 6:24 remaining in the fourth quarter. Dronberger's goal was the only fourth quarter score. Arizona State had three good chances to tie the match in the final three minutes, but was unable to find the back of the goal. Sarah Harris scored three of her game-high four goals in the first quarter for Arizona State. USC advances to the May 1st fifth-place game while Arizona State will play in the seventh place contest.
|San Diego State||2||3||2||3||10|
SDSU Goals: Brady 3, Pezzolla 2, Gautschi 2, Poland 2, Ford.
Hawaii Goals: M. Eggens 3, Genee 3, Van Der Molen 2, C. Eggens 2, Majuri 2, Wilson, McKee.
Saves: SDSU 4 (Campoli 2, Abrams 1; each played 2 quarters); Hawai 13 (Sara Gralitzer 13)
Ejections: SDSU 8; Hawaii 9.
Game Summary: San Diego State jumped out to an early 2-0 in the first 2:18 of the match, but Hawaii scored four consecutive goals to end the first quarter with a 4-2 lead that would not be relinquished. The Aztecs got within two goals in the fourth quarter at 12-10 with 3:42 reamining in the match. Monika Eggens and Amarens Genee each scored three goals for the Rainbow Wahine. San Diego State was led by Sarah Brady with three goals.
UCLA Goals: Orozco 3, Martin 3, Greenwood, Burmeister, Reynolds.
Stanford Goals: Lo 2, Dries 2, Seidemann, Krueger, Churnside, Dodson.
Saves: UCLA 5 (Dement 5); Stanford 7 (Oland 7).
Ejections: UCLA 9; Stanford 8.
Game Summary: UCLA used a two-goal second period and held Stanford scorless in the second period to take a lead they would not relinquish in handing the Cardinal its first of the loss of the year. The Cardinal cut the lead to 9-8 wiht 3:22 remaining in the match and had chances at the end of the match to tie. The biggest chance came on a 6-on-5 with 22 seconds remaining. Kaley Dodson took a shot that was saved by UCLA.
|San Jose State||2||3||2||3||10|
San Jose State Goals: Vogt 5, Molnar 3, Curran, A. Stewart.
California Goals: Vosters 5, McLaren 3, Mase 2, Csikos, Young, Monton.
Saves: San Jose State 6 (Minson 6); California 10 (Beckham 9; Dorst 1).
Ejections: San Jose State 11; California 7.
Game Summary: California advanced to the championship match with a 13-10 win over San Jose State. The Spratans jumped out early with a 6-on-5 goal by Timi Molnar just 1:11 into the match. California responded iwth 3 goals to take a 3-1 lead and did not relinquish it. Breda Vosters scored five goals for Cal in the win. Adriana Vogt scored five goals for the Spartans.
|San Diego State||2||1||3||3||9|
Arizona State goals: Smith, 4; Harris, White, Salloum, 2, each; Unbehaun, 1, each.
San Diego State goals: Poland, 5; L. Ford, Brady, 2, each.
Saves: Arizona State (Hutchinson, 11), San Diego State (Abrams, 7).
Ejections: Arizona State 10, San Diego State 5.
Game Summary: Lynlee Smith scored four times and three other Arizona State players scored twice as the Sun Devils defeated San Diego State, 11-9, in the Mountain Pacific SPorts Federation women's water polo tournament's 7th place game. Arizona State (12-14) never trailed and broke open the match with four goals in the third quarter. San Diego State (20-15) was led in scoring by Meaghan Poland with five.
USC goals: Bekhazi, 3; Jancso, 2; Van Norman, Dan, Gilchrist.
Hawaii goals: Van Der Molen, 4; M. Eggens, 2; C. Eggens, 1.
Saves: USC (Bolonyai 12), Hawaii (Gralitzer 5)
Ejections: USC 9, Hawaii 9.
Game Summary: Joelle Bekhazi scored all three of her goals in the final quarter leading USC to an 8-7 win over Hawaii in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation fifth place game. Two of Bekhazi's three scores unlocked a 6-6 tie. USC goalkeeper Flora Balonyai keyed the Trojans' defense with her tournament best 12 saves. Hawaii's Leonie Van Der Molen led all players with four goals and twice cut the Troajns' lead to one goal in the fourth quarter.
|San Jose State||0||0||2||3||5|
San Jose State Goals: Molnar, 2; A. Stewart, Waasted, Vogt, 1 each.
Stanford Goals: Menon, 6; Dries, Dodson, 2, each; Krueger, A. Lo, Dunlevie, Seidemann, Suggs, 1, each.
Saves: San Jose State (Minson 11 in three quarters, Lewis 4 in the fourth quarter), Stanford (Baldoni in 9 in the first half, Oland 5 in the second half).
Ejections: San Jose State 11, Stanford 8.
Game Summary: Stanford (25-1) scored three goals in the first 2:20 of the match and went on to a 15-5 win over San Jose State in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's water polo tournament third place game. Pallavi Menon scored a season-high six goals and was on the scoresheet in every quarter to lead the Cardinal offense. San Jose State (21-13), scoreless at halftime, got two goals from Timi Molnar and 12 saves from goalkeeper Meagan Minson in three quarters of play.
|Match 12 - Championship||1||2||3||4||F|
UCLA goals: Umphrey, 2; Martin, Easterday, P. Orozco, S.Orozco.
California goals: McLaren, Young, 2, each; Csikos, Mendoza, Price, 1, each.
Saves: UCLA (Dement, 3 in the first half; Hill, 5 in the second half), California (Peckham 4).
Ejections: UCLA 6, California 5.
Game Summary: California scored the first three goals of the match and went on to claim its first Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's water polo championship in a 7-6 win over UCLA. The Golden Bears (24-4) got first quarter goals from Emily Csikos and Ashley Young and a second-quarter score from Kelly Mendoza before UCLA (24-6) closed the half with a pair of goals. Twice the Bruins closed the deficit to one in the second half, but never tied nor toook the lead. Ashley Young's goal for Cal with 2:18 remaining in the match was a necessary insurance goal for the championship. The Golden Bears earn the conference's automatic berth to the NCAA Championship hosted by the University of Michigan.