USC beats UCLA 11-10 in a heart-stopping national championship game in the Trojans' home pool.
Top-seeded Trojans stay home for the 2012 NCAA Tournament in pursuit of fifth straight national title.
USC wins its eighth conference tournament championship behind a career-high four goals from Mace Rapsey.
Top-seeded Trojans stay home for the 2012 MPSF Tournament this weekend at McDonald's Swim Stadium.
The nation's top two teams tangle on TV as No. 1 USC faces No. 2 UCLA on Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
THIS SEASON: Reego enters his final season of action at USC.
2011: Reego scored nine goals as a redshirt junior... Scored in seven games, setting his career high with a hat trick vs. Chapman on Nov. 5.
2010: Reego scored eight goals as a redshirt sophomore... First career goal was vs. Whittier on Sept. 5... Had a two-goal outing vs. Navy on Sept. 18.
2009: Reego played but did not score as a redshirt freshman.
2008: Reego redshirted his first season at USC.
NATIONAL TEAMS: Reego has been a member of the U.S. Junior National Team and the U.S. Cadet and Youth teams.
HIGH SCHOOL: Reego won two section titles at Granite Bay High... An All-American in both water polo and swimming... Twice selected to All-Section and All-League first teams... Named to 2007 Sacramento Bee All-Metro First Team... Scored 180 goals and had 180 assists and 180 steals in two seasons... An Academic All-American and honor student... Played club for Granite Bay.
PERSONAL: Reego is majoring in business and minoring in architecture and hopes to one day own an architecture firm or La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries... Parents are Jim and Liz... Has one sister, Grace... Enjoys watching TV with his family in his free time... Lists Michael Phelps as his biggest sports hero... Hopes to one day win gold as a U.S. water polo Olympian... Has been a volunteer for the Special Olympics... Born Jan. 28, 1991.