Alicia Brightwell and Ao Gao each earned first-team honors, the first time two ASU student-athletes made the first-team in the same year.
The No. 3 Sun Devils dropped a tough 10-7 decision to #4 UCLA on Sunday in the third-place game
The Sun Devils will take on UCLA tomorrow in the third-place game with an NCAA bid on the line.
Alicia Brightwell had four goals and E.B. Keeve had 16 saves in the 12-8 decision in the MPSF Tournament opener on Friday.
The Sun Devils overcame a 5-2 first quarter deficit to come back and defeat the Spartans, 11-8.
High School: A 2011 graduate of Waubonsie Valley High School (Aurora, IL) ... All-Sectional First Team in 2010 and 2011... All-State Team in 2010 and 2011 ... voted her high school's Most Valuable Player in 2010 ... All-Academic Athlete in 2010 ... A member of the Illinois All-Star team in 2010 and 2011 ... lettered once in basketball, once in swimming, and three times in water polo ... holds her high school's records in most saves in a season and in a game, most average saves per game, most steals in a game and most steals in a season ... has an impressive 6-08.00 wingspan ... has only played water polo competitively for three years ...
Personal: Majoring in Marketing ... born October 6, 1992 in Chicago, Ill. ... parents are Scott and Beth Keeve ... twin brother is Sean ... Father played basketball at Eastern Illinois University and brother currently plays volleyball at Purdue ... enjoys watching Psych, singing, snowboarding, and photography ... full name is Elizabeth Amanda Keeve.