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.
Gao had six goals and give steals in helping the Sun Devils to a fourth-place finish.
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.
2012: Competed as a member of China's 2012 women's waterpolo team in London... missed part of the season butended the season with an impressive 21 goals and 6 assists, making her point total 27... credited with 8 steals on the season... netted three goals against Princeton...
Before Arizona State: Competed on the Chinese National Water Polo team... helped lead the team to a fifth-place finish at the 2008 Olympic Games in her hometown of Beijing... was named an all-star of the tournament for her caliber of play... helped guide her national team to a third-place run at the 2010 World Cup... led her team to a silver medal at the 2007 World Junior Championships...
Personal: Full name is Ao Gao... born July 7, 1990 to Yun Ren in Beijing, China... planned major is psychology... enjoys recording, writing, hand crafts and tennis...
|Gao's Career Statistics|