|| Camille Gandhi
A Closer Look: Camille Gandhi
Game-Winner Leads USA U-21 Squad To Gold
2010: Longstreth/NFHCA All-West Region Second Team selection ... All-NorPac honoree ... NorPac All-Tournament Team pick ... participated in NFHCA Senior All-Star game ... started all 21 games, totaling nine points with two goals and five assists ... racked up 15 shots ... made team-leading two defensive saves ... chipped in with one goal and one assist while attempting six shots in a win over Pacific on Oct. 24.
2009: First Team All-NorPac ... NFHCA All-West Region First Team ... named Second Team All-American by WomensFieldHockey.com ... by started all 22 games, ranking third on the squad in shots (61) while tallying seven goals and four assists for a total of 18 points ... recorded two multi-goal games ... against Missouri State on Aug. 30 in the season opener, scored a pair of goals and fired off a career-high eight shots ... added two goals and seven shots in a win over UC Davis on Oct. 17 ... notched at least three shot attempts on 11 occasions ... made two defensive saves in loss at Maryland on Oct. 30 ... added one goal and one assist in NCAA play-in victory at Boston University on Nov. 10.
2008: NorPac Player of the Year ... First Team All-NorPac ... NFHCA All-West Region First Team ... earned Third Team All-America honors from WomensFieldHockey.com ... played in 18 games, making 17 starts ... led team in assists (10) and shots (54) while scoring four goals and ranking second on the squad with 18 points ... notched two game-winning goals ... registered at least three shots in a game on 10 different occasions ... in a 7-0 shutout of Pacific on Sept. 27, scored a goal and dished out three assists for a season-high total of five points ... added six shot attempts against Albany on Sept. 14 ... scored game-winning goal against California in double-overtime of the NorPac Tournament championship game on Nov. 8 while also recording five shot attempts ... tallied two assists against Davidson on Oct. 14.
2007: NorPac Rookie of the Year ... First Team All-NorPac ... NorPac All-Tournament Team selection ... named to the All-Rookie squad by WomensFieldHockey.com ... NFHCA All-Academic honoree ... started all 21 games ... ranked fourth on the squad with six goals to go along with five assists ... totaled 17 points ... fired off 35 shots ... ripped off at least three shots in a game on five different occasions ... against Missouri State on Sept. 1, tallied her first career goal and assist while taking four shots in the victory ... recorded her first career multi-goal game with a pair of scores against Pacific on Sept. 2 ... credited with five shots against Longwood on Sept. 5 ... found the net and added an assist against Davidson on Sept. 7 ... took a season-high six shots versus Northwestern on Oct. 13 ... provided an assist in Stanford's NorPac Tournament championship victory over California on Nov. 3.
High School: Participated as a member of Southgate Hockey club U18 squad ... two-time team captain ... South England U18 captain in 2006 ... Southgate U18 captain in 2005-07 ... member of England Regional championship squad in 2007 ... 2006 Southgate Sixes Player of the Year ... 2004 European Championships silver medalist.
Other Field Hockey: Earlier this summer, was named to USA Field Hockey Women's Developmental Team and USA Women's Junior World Cup Team ... a dual national citizen, Gandhi was selected to the U.S. Under-21 National Team and led the U.S. past Chile with the game-winning overtime goal at the 2008 Junior Pan American Games in Mexico City ... competed for the U.S. Under-21 squad at the 2009 Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney, starting all four games of the tournament ... invited to participate at U.S. Field Hockey's Junior National Camp ... selected as one of five representatives from the state of California to compete in the Woman's National Championship at the USA Field Hockey National Training Center ... selected to U18 training team in December after playing on the England U16 team that won the silver medal at the European Championships ... captain of the England U18 team.
Personal: Parents are Raj and Denise.
If I played another sport at Stanford it would be: Tennis
If I could bring anything to Stanford from my hometown, it would be: Oxford Street, tea and public transport
The biggest thrill of my life to date is: Paragliding in the Alps on skis
I'm most thankful for: My family
Favorite food: My mum's roast chicken
Least favorite food: Any fast food
My favorite movie: Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Ten years from now I hope to be: Successful and happy in whatever I chose to pursue