Individuals earn academic all-WWPA recognition
Four players also recognized for individual achievements
Rams finish sixth in WWPA tournament
Berry named to all-tournament team; Rams finish 2012 season sixth in WWPA
Win slots CSU vs. Cal State Bakersfield Sunday for fifth place
CSU's games against Cal State East Bay and No. 13 Indiana, on March 3, 2012, also featuring photos from Senior Day.
Awards & Honors:
All-WWPA second team (2010, 2012)
WWPA Championships all-tournament second team (2012)
ACWPC All-Academic (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)
Mountain West Scholar Athlete (2010, 2011, 2012)
Academic All-WWPA (2010, 2011, 2012)
KAP7 WWPA Player of the Week (March 23, 2012)
WWPA All-Freshman team (2009)
2012 (Senior): Will be remembered as one of the most decorated water polo player in CSU history, ranking in the top three in nearly every statistical category: 169 goals, third; 90 assists, second; 181 steals, third; 113 ejections drawn, third; 35 blocks, second; 259 points, third... Earned her third All-WWPA honor in 2012, being named to the second team... Ranked second on the team in goals (52), which is the ninth-most in single-season history... Recorded 17 multi-goal games on the season, and tallied at least one goal in 11 straight from April 1-29... Was one of three players to break the single-season assists mark in 2012, finishing third with 36... Her 66 steals as a senior rank second in program history... She totaled a season-best five against Indiana (March 3)... Ranked fifth in single-season history with 11 blocks... Her goals, assists, points and steals averages all ranked in the top 16 nationally, including steals (2.2 per game), which was fourth... Also excelled out of the pool, being named a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete, in addition to being honored by the WWPA and ACWPC.
2011 (Junior): Appeared in all 29 games for CSU, ranking third on the team with 38 goals scored... Also tallied 27 assists and 32 steals, also third on the team... Led the Rams with nine blocks... Earned team's most inspirational player award... Named an academic All-America and Mountain West Scholar Athlete.
2010 (Sophomore): Named team MVP... Playing in all but one game, finished first on the team in assists (20) and second in both goals (38) and steals (39)... Scored four goals on March 15 against Cal Baptist... Named second-team all-WWPA... Earned WWPA academic all-conference honors, in addition to becoming a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete.
2009 (Freshman): Had 41 goals and 44 steals in her first collegiate season... Recorded four hat tricks, including a five-goal performance against Chapman in the opening round of the WWPA Conference Championships... Earned WWPA all-freshman honors.
High School: Graduated from Millikan High School in Long Beach, Calif., in 2008... Varsity letterwinner all four years in both water polo and swimming & diving... Holds her high school's record for most career goals scored and most career steals... Three-time First-team all-league selection... Named league MVP in 2006... Three-time CIF Division-I third-team honoree, and a second-team selection in 2007... Team MVP in water polo three times, and in swimming four times... Helped her school to a league championship in water polo in 2006.
Personal: Full name is Kallie Elise Berry... Born and raised in Long Beach, Calif. ... Daughter of Jeff and Marti Berry... Has a younger brother, Jace, and an older sister, Brittany... Both siblings compete in water polo collegiately (Brittany at Bakersfield, Jace at Whittier College)... Apparel & merchandising major with a concentration in design and production... Has earned several academic awards... Member of Athletes in Action.
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