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#9 Maggie Steffens
Position: Driver
Height: 5'9"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Danville, CA
High School: Monte Vista
Major: Undeclared
USA Water Polo:
-Member of the U.S. National Team system since 2009
-Named FINA's Best Female Water Polo Player of 2012
-Earned Olympic MVP honors and led all players with 21 goals as the U.S. captured Olympic Gold at the 2012 London Games
-Scored five goals in the Olympic Final against Spain
-Matched the Olympic record with seven goals in the tournament-opening U.S. win over Hungary
-Helped U.S. National Team to three straight golds at the FINA World League Super Final (2010-12) and 2011 Pan-Am Games
-Was on the U.S. team that took sixth at the FINA World Championships in 2011
-Captured gold with the U.S. at the 2010 FINA World Cup
-Claimed second with the U.S. at the 2009 Holiday Cup
-Captured bronze at the 2009 Junior World Championships
-Helped lead U.S. to gold at the 2009 Canada Cup
-Selected to the ACWPC All-America First Team
-Peter J. Cutino Award finalist
-Earned spots on both National Collegiate and MPSF Championship All-Tournament Teams
-Named to All-MPSF First Team
-Earned MPSF/KAP 7 Player of the Week (March 3)
-Tied for team lead with 51 goals
-Has 4 hat tricks over 8 multi-goal games
-Posted first hat trick in Stanford Invitational win over UC Irvine (2/2)
-Netted four goals in UCI Invitational win over California (2/23)
-Scored five times in MPSF win at San Jose State (3/1)
-Added another five goals in win over LMU (3/8)
-Netted a pair of goals in MPSF win over USC (3/30)
-Had goals in MPSF wins over Arizona State (4/5), at UCLA (4/11), and California (4/19)  
-Scored four times in MPSF Championship semifinal win over California (4/26)
-Added a pair of goals in MPSF title-game win over UCLA (4/27)
-Scored seven goals at the National Collegiate Championship, including hat tricks against Indiana (5/9) and California (5/10)
-Peter J. Cutino Award finalist
-Selected to ACWPC All-America First Team
-Named to All-MPSF First Team
-Second on the team with 60 goals
-Posted nine hat tricks and 20 multi-goal games
-Scored first collegiate goals and registered first hat trick in win over Cal Baptist (1/26)
-Added a goal in Stanford Invitational title-game win over UCLA (2/3)
-Had a hat trick in UCI Invitational title-game loss to USC (2/24)
-Scored four times in win over Harvard (3/22)
-Added another hat trick in win at Arizona State (3/24)
-Sgain scored four goals, this time in win at Hawai'i (3/30)
-Scored in 6-4 win at USC (4/13)
-Posted a hat trick in Big Splash win over California (4/19)
-Scored six goals over three games at the National Collegiate Championship, earning first-team All-Tournament honors
High School:
-A 2012 graduate of Monte Vista High School in Danville, Calif.
-Captained the water polo team as a senior
-Helped team to four straight CIF North Coast Section titles and four straight league titles
-The 2008 squad went undefeated
-Named NCS MVP in 2010
-Named school's Water Polo Player of the Year in 2009 and Rookie of the Year in 2007
-Earned team's Offensive Player of the Year in 2009
-Named a scholar-athlete award recipient twice (2009-10)
-Named a Top 100 athlete from 2007-09
-Played club for Diablo Water Polo
-Helped club to three Junior Olympic titles and U.S. Club Championship crown
-Team captured the Florida International Tournament
-Three-time Junior Olympics MVP
-Born in Danville, Calif.
-Parents are Carlos and Peggy
-Father was an NCAA champion in water polo at California and earned Pan-Am Games gold for Puerto Rico
-Has three older siblings, Jessica, Charlie and Teresa
-Was on the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team with Jessica, who is a two-time Olympian (2008, 2012) and former All-American at Stanford (2006-07, 2009-10)
-Charlie played water polo at California
-Uncle Peter Schnugg played water polo at California and was a U.S. Olympian in 1980 ... hobbies include playing beach volleyball