13 Elle Quane
13 Elle Quane
Birth Date: 02/07/1990
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: El Segundo, Calif.
High School: El Segundo HS
Position: UTL

2011: Played in 22 games for the Gauchos…Scored five goals and collected three steals…Had two-goal games in victories over Marist (Feb. 12) and La Verne (Mar. 4)…Also dished out an assist and one field block.

2010: Played in 24 games for the Gauchos during her sophomore campaign...Scored 11 goals and dished out eight assists...Also drew six ejections and collected a pair of steals...Started the season with a bang, scoring in a 5-3 win over Cal State Bakersfield (Jan. 23)...Tallied a season-best hat trick against Sonoma State (Jan. 30)...Scored in the 15-14 sudden victory win over Long Beach State in the first round of the Big West Championships (Apr. 23).

2009: Scored eight goals as a true freshman...Had a season-high three goals in a 15-10 win over Cal Baptist (Mar. 4)...Scored in the Big West opening round game against Pacific (Apr. 24) and in the final against UC Irvine (Apr. 26)...Tallied one assist and two steals.

Played at El Segundo High School under head coach Scott Garinger...Was a First Team All-Ocean League selection and was league MVP during her senior season after leading the team in scoring...Named First Team All-CIF Division VI during her junior and senior seasons and was a Second Team selection as a sophomore...Helped the Eagles to a CIF Championship during the 2006-07 season...On the Principal's Honor Roll all four years of high school…Also competed in swimming. 

Played for Los Angeles Water Polo Club, helping her team to a second-place finish at the 2008 National Junior Olympics.

Elle Susanne Quane was born on Feb. 7, 1990 in Los Angeles, Calif. to parents Mark and Linda Quane...Has an older sister, Markayla, who played water polo for UC San Diego...Is a sociology major at UCSB...Outside of the pool, she enjoys the ocean, hiking, and traveling...Favorite movie is "Miracle" and enjoys reading the "Twilight" series...Says winning the semi-final game at the 2008 Junior Olympics is her most memorable athletic achievement.