Senior Monica Vavic finishes career as a the only Trojan to stand as a four-time First Team All-American.
USC comes through in the clutch to win the third-place trophy in overtime.
Monica Vavic becomes the MPSF all-time top scorer with two goals in today's quarterfinal win.
Women of Troy take aim at a fifth national championship as NCAA action runs May 8-10 at Avery Aquatic Center.
Monica Vavic is the first Trojan to become a four-time All-MPSF First Team selection.
THIS SEASON: Eike Daube enters her final season at USC as a significant force for the Trojans as set and boasting a powerful shot from the perimeter.
2014: Daube picked up her first career awards in 2014, earning All-America Honorable Mention as well as All-MPSF Honorable Mention in her junior season... Also named MPSF Player of the Week on Feb. 24... Finished as the team's third leading scorer with 44 goals... Scored in 21 games with 13 multiple-goal outings, including a career-high five goals vs. UC Irvine on April 6... Had a hat trick in the NCAA Third-Place victory over Cal.
2013: Daube scored 23 goals as a sophomore... Scored in 12 games with five multiple-goal outings... Set her career high with five goals scored against CSU Bakersfield on March 30... Was on USC's roster for the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
2012: Daube scored 11 goals as a true freshman... Scored in eight different games with three two-goal efforts... First career goal was vs. San Jose State on Feb. 4.
NATIONAL TEAMS: As a member of the U.S. Junior National Team, Daube won a gold medal at the 2013 FINA Junior World Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: Daube played water polo and swam at Wilson High in Long Beach, Calif.... Was named league Player of the Year as a senior and selected to the CIF Division II First Team... Played club for Huntington Beach.