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#2 Jackson Kimbell
Position: Utility
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 210
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Long Beach, Calif.
High School: Long Beach-Wilson
Major: Undeclared

USA Water Polo:
-Saw action with the U.S. Junior National Team at two events in 2013
-Helped U.S. to fifth-place finish at FINA Junior World Championship in Hungary in August 2013
-Saw action at the FINA World League Prelims in February 2013.

2013:
-Was team's highest-scoring rookie with 26 goals, a figure that was fifth among all Cardinal players
-Had four hat tricks and seven multi-goal games
-Scored seven goals at the Bruno Fall Classic, including a hat trick against St. Francis Brooklyn (9/8)
-Posted a second hat trick, this one against UC Davis at the NorCal Invitational (9/21)
-Scored four goals against UC Davis at the UCI Invitational (10/12)
-Added a goal in win over UCLA (10/17)
-Netted a pair in MPSF wins over Pepperdine (10/27) and UC Irvine (11/8)
-Posted another four-spot, this time at Chapman (11/9).

High School:
-A 2013 graduate of Long Beach Wilson High School in Long Beach, Calif.
-Was part of the water polo and swim teams for four years each
-Captained the water polo team as a senior
-Helped team to CIF Southern Section Division II title in 2011 and to a Division I title-game appearance in 2012
-Captured four Moore League titles (2009-12)
-Named CIF SS Division II Player of the Year in 2011
-Claimed Long Beach Telegram Player of the Year in 2012 and was a two-time Moore League MVP (2011-12)
-Twice named to California-Hawaii All-America First Team (2011-12)
-Three-time All-Moore League selection (2010-12)
-Played club ball for Shore Aquatics (2009-11) and Newport Beach Water Polo Club (2011-13)
-Helped Newport Beach to third-place finish at Junior Olympics in 2012
-Named Best Defender of the Iron Man League in 2013.

Personal:
-Born in Long Beach, Calif.
-Parents are Doug and Kim
-Father was a two-time U.S. Olympic Team member in water polo (1988, 1992), earning the silver medal at the 1988 Seoul Games
-Has two younger siblings, Kai and McKenna
-Enjoys surfing and skateboarding.

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