3 Michelle Beaudreau
3 Michelle Beaudreau
Birth Date: 09/20/1989
Height: 5-7
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Mateo, Calif.
High School: Aragon HS
Position: ATT


2010: Played in 26 games for the Gauchos during her junior year...Posted six goals and six assists...Collected eight steals and drew five ejections...Scored her first goal of the season in a narrow 7-5 loss to then-ranked No. 3 Hawai'i (Jan. 29)...Scored a goal in each of the Big West Conference games, helping the Gauchos post a 3-2 record in league play...Earned Academic All-Big West honors...Was the women's water polo recipient of the Golden Eagle Award.

2009: Scored three goals and tallied one assist during her sophomore campaign...Had a season-high of two goals in the season-opener against Cal State Bakersfield (Jan. 24)...Posted an assist and a steal during the season...Has earned Dean's List honors for her performance in the classroom.

2008: Tallied 13 steals during her first season in the blue and gold and dished out three assists...Scored her lone goal in an 8-6 victory over UC Davis at the UC San Diego Triton Invitational (Feb. 9).

As a four-year member of Aragon High School's women's varsity water polo squad, made four Central Coast Section appearances...Was a PAL Bay All-League selection and a Central Coast Section All-League selection for three consecutive seasons...Also competed in swimming.

Played on NorCal Water Polo Club, which won the Hawaiian Invitational two consecutive years...Was coached by Olympian, Chris Dorst...Also played for the Pacific Zone Team for two years.

Michelle Annette Beaudreau was born on Sept. 20, 1989 in San Mateo, Calif...Her mother is Barbara and she has two older brothers: Michael and Marc...Is majoring in business economics with an emphasis in accounting at UCSB...Is also earning a minor in French...Aspires to become a CPA upon graduation and is a member of the UCSB Accounting Association...Enjoys playing the piano and watching the 49ers in her free time...Lists "Crash" as her favorite movie and "Warriors Don't Cry" as her favorite book...Notes beating SET in a shootout for the Hawaiian Invitational Championship as her most memorable athletic achievement...When she is home, she enjoys volunteering for the USO at San Francisco International Airport.


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