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#6 Ashley Grossman
Position: 2-Meters
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Santa Monica, Calif.
High School: Harvard-Westlake
Major: Science, Technology & Society

USA Water Polo: Has seen action with both the U.S. Senior and Junior National Teams ... participated in Pan Am Games qualifiers in Puerto Rico and trained with the senior team in Italy ... played in the Junior Pan Am Games in Brazil and participated in the 2009 and 2011 Junior World Championships.

As A Freshman In 2012: Named ACWPC All-America and All-MPSF honorable mentions ... earned a spot on the ACWPC All-Academic List ... second on the team with 50 goals ... posted nine hat tricks ... scored four goals in her collegiate debut against LMU, then added two more later in the day against UC Davis (1/28) ... posted hat tricks in wins over San Jose State (2/5 and 2/11) ... scored four times in 13-5 in over California at the UCI Invitational (2/26) ... added another hat trick in win over UC Irvine (3/4) ... turned in consecutive hat tricks in wins over Brown (3/26) and Arizona State (3/31) ... scored four goals in MPSF Championship quarterfinal win over Hawai'i (4/27) ... posted hat trick in National Collegiate Championship semifinal win over UC Irvine (5/12).

High School: A 2011 graduate of Harvard-Westlake in Studio City, Calif. ... earned four letters in water polo, captaining the team as a junior and senior ... helped lead the team to CIF Southern Section Division IV title in 2011, the school's first women's water polo title ... named All-American, CIF Southern Section Division I Player of the Year and Mission League MVP as a senior ... played club for Los Angeles Water Polo Club from 2003-11 ... led team to titles at the Junior Olympics in open and under-20 divisions in 2010 ... named Junior Olympics MVP.

Personal: Born in Santa Monica, Calif. ... parents are Gerry and Linda ... father played football at Tufts, mother ran track at UW-Milwaukee ... enjoys tie-dying things, hiking, dancing and watching movies.