Men's water polo makes it 18 years in a row with at least one all-america honors.
Dan Matulis earned 2nd-team All-MPSF, while White, No. McConnell, Vrzic, Rascon, and Meszaros named Honorable Mention.
Long Beach State finds its groove in the third firing in six goals to defeat UC Santa Barbara.
Zacchary Kappos' goal with one second remaining in the second OT wasn't enough as Stanford won on the golden goal.
The 49ers finish their conference schedule with UC Santa Barbara Saturday Nov. 17th at noon with MPSF Tournament seeding on the line.
2011 SEASON: Scored 32 goals in 21 games for the 49ers ... Good for fourth on the team and 19th overall in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation with a 1.52 goals per game average ... Earned MPSF All-Academic honors ... Racked up game-high four goals against St. Francis, Pepperdine, and Air Force as well as a game-high three goals against Loyola Marymount ... Scored multiple goals in two other games vs. Vanguard and California.
2010 SEASON: Earned honorable mention All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors as a true freshman after leading the 49ers in goals with 37 ... Finished 13th in the MPSF in goals averaging 1.68 per game ... Scored goals in 20 of LBSU's 22 games, including the first 14 and 17 of the first 18 ... Had a season-high five goals against Fresno Pacific ... Scored multiple goals in 10 different games, including three against Whittier, Pacific, Pepperdine and Stanford ... Led the 49ers in scoring in seven games.
HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterman at El Toro High School in El Toro, Calif. ... Named CIF Division I co-player of the year and first-team All-America ... Earned first-team All-Sea View League honors after scoring 112 goals as a senior ... Earned first-team all-league honors as a junior ... High school coach was Don Stoll.
PERSONAL: Played on the U.S. Junior National Team for the third time in August-September 2011 ... In 2009, helped the junior national team to an eighth-place finish at the Junior World Championships in Sibenik, Croatia ... In 2008, helped the junior team to a first-place finish at the Pan-American Games in Rio de Janiero.
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