|| Jackie Frank
Briefly: Great shot blocker and passer ... At her best in the most critical situations ... Positions herself well.
Summer of 2002: Starting goalkeeper for the U.S. Senior National Team ... Recorded eight saves in the silver medal performance against Hungary at the 2002 FINA Women's Water Polo World Cup in Perth, Australia ... Led the tournament in saves ... Allowed only 4.2 goals per game, the best average among all goalies at the World Cup ... Also competed with the National Team in Italy, Russia and across the U.S.
As a junior in 2002: Named the 2002 Player of the Year by the American Water Polo Coaches Association ... Voted the MVP of the NCAA Tournament ... Selected the MPSF Goalie of the Year ... Tallied 161 saves in goal for the Cardinal this season, averaging 7.32 per contest ... Allowed only 87 opponent goals ... Named to the 2002 MPSF Championship All-Tournament First Team ... Recorded a season-high 12 saves against Santa Barbara in the Stanford Invitational ... Had 11 saves vs. U.S.C and at San Jose State and 10 against UC Davis and Cal ... Also selected as an Academic All-American for the second year ... Recipient of the Stanford Athletic Board Block 'S' Outstanding Female Junior Award.
As a sophomore in 2001: Named First Team All-America by the American Water Polo Coaches Association and First Team All-MPSF
Garnered All-Tournament Team honors at the NCAA and the MPSF Championships
Also named Most Valuable Player at the MPSF Championships, recording 10 saves against UCLA and Cal and eight stops against San Diego State in the tournament
Named to the Academic All-America Team as well as the MPSF Academic All-Conference Team ... Selected as the MPSF Player of the Week after a two-win weekend on April 8, posting a season-best 10 saves against No. 2 UCLA
Led the team with 151 saves in 25 games with a 6.0 saves per game average
Held opponents to just 79 goals in the net
Posted nine saves in teams 7-6 win over UCLA in the championship game of the Stanford Invitational
Had nine stops against San Jose State and eight saves against UC Davis and UCLA in the National Championship game ... Awarded the Block 'S' Outstanding Female Sophomore Award by the Stanford Athletic Board.
As a redshirt freshman in 2000: Earned Second Team All-America honors
She played in 27 games for 686 minutes and recorded a GAA of 4.65
Limited opponents to 114 goals while defending the net
Made 15 saves to keep Cal scoreless in the first three periods of play in the championship game for the Northern California Regional Qualifiers
Made seven saves to help Stanford to an 8-5 win over the Golden Bears in the National Championship third-place game
Named First Team MPSF All-Tournament
Also named Second Team All-Conference.
As a freshman in 1999: Redshirted to train with the U.S. National Team.
High School: 1998 graduate of Los Alamitos High School
Named First-Team All-America in water polo each of her four years
Also competed on the swim team
Water polo team won the Southern Section Championship in 1996 and swimming team won the Southern Section Championship in 1994
Member of the Key Club
Selected to the California Scholarship Federation.
Personal: Born May 1, 1980 in Hermosa Beach, California
Daughter of Dave and Mimi Frank
Competed in the 1999 FINA World Cup for the U.S. National Team
Named Best Goalie of the Women's International Holiday Cup in 1998 while playing for the U.S. National Team
Competed in the 1997 and the 1999 Junior World Championships
Hobbies and interests include surfing and swimming
Majoring in human biology.