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#1 Brian Pingree
Position: Goalkeeper
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
High School: Harvard-Westlake
Major: History

2011: Named to ACWPC and MPSF All-Academic Lists ... scored two goals ... netted a goal in season opener against Fresno Pacific (9/4) ... scored in win over Air Force (10/23).

2010: Named MPSF honorable mention ... named to ACWPC and MPSF All-Academic Lists ... averaged 7.17 saves per game with a goals-against average of 6.17 ... averaged 7.50 saves over the four contests of the NorCal Invite, including nine against California (9/17-18) ... made 10 saves in SoCal Tournament title-game win over California (10/2) ... stopped eight shots in win over Pacific (10/21) ... made 11 saves in win at UC Irvine (11/6) ... made 27 saves over three games at the MPSF Championship (11/26-28).

2009: Redshirted the season.

2008: Appeared in 12 games on the season ... made 56 saves and allowed 30 goals in 27 periods of action ... saw action in Stanford's first seven games, making 29 saves ... went the distance against Princeton (10/11), making seven saves in 12-4 victory ... made eight saves in 14-2 victory at UC Santa Cruz (10/19) ... again stopped eight shots while going the distance in 19-7 victory at Santa Clara (11/2).

2007: Saw action in the cage in eight contests ... Made 32 saves and allowed 26 goals on the year ... Stopped two shots in relief action against Navy (9/14) ... Made 10 saves in 14-9 NorCal Tournament victory over Pacific (9/15) ... Saw relief action against Princeton (10/13), making seven saves ... Made first collegiate start against UC Santa Cruz (11/1), stopping seven shots and allowing just five goals.

High School: Captained the Harvard-Westlake water polo squad as a senior ... named Mission League's Most Valuable Goalkeeper in 2006 ... also selected to the All-CIF Southern Section First Team as a senior ... was starting goalie for the United States National Cadet Team from 2003-04 ... started at goalie for and captained the U.S. National Youth Team in 2006 ... Junior Olympics first-team All-American in 2003 and '05 ... named Most Valuable Goalkeeper of America's Finest City Tournament in 2006.

Personal: History major.

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