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"I learned a lot from sitting back and watching. I really haven't done that for my whole entire life. I think the biggest thing I learned was how much I loved playing football. Being on the sideline, not being able to play for most of the year made me realize how I truly love the game of football. So, every time I'm out on that field, I'm gonna try to cherish every moment."
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"I think the common theme this year, and it makes this year really hard, is obviously we're teammates, but this is a team of a lot of friends. Everybody's just good buddies, and you always a bond with the guys that you play with, but this has been kind of a really cool kind of friendship-based thing. That's what made it even that much more difficult. It's awesome to finish the way that we did yesterday, but it's almost like that's the meat we left on the bone instead of getting ready for another game this week. We all gotta say our goodbyes. That's how ball goes. It is what it is."
"We had a lot of lows, but we had a lot of highs, too. Clearly, more could have been done. We're not in the playoffs, so more could have definitely been done. Our record could have been better. We had some games where we personally didn't execute."
"Honestly, these three games, the only thing I wanted to do was wreak havoc out there. Run around and wreak havoc. I feel like I did some of that, so a milestone for me was just getting back on the field. I made a few plays when I was out there, definitely helped my confidence go up. I'm building that foundation for next year."
"We had a bunch of tough games where we had to play all the way to the end and were put in a lot of sticky situations. I feel like we fought hard. We came out every game and tried to put our best game forward. I appreciate the guys, and I'm happy for what they did this season."
UC San Diego's Julia Macabuhay became the 12th Triton in program history to score 1,000 career points, averaging a team-best 11.5 points in the opening week of Big West play. The redshirt senior scored eight points against Long Beach State, including her 1,000th on a made and-one free throw. In Saturday's, 68-58, victory over UC Santa Barbara, Macabuhay scored a season-best 15 points, including 12 in the final 2:31 and went 7-for-10 at the free throw line to ice the game. She also finished with five assists, three rebounds and two steals on the weekend for the Tritons.
UC San Diego guard Bryce Pope scored a game-high 20 points in the Tritons' contest at San Diego State, connecting on 9-of-17 field goal tries. He had a career-high five steals, four rebounds, and committed just one turnover over 34 minutes played. For the season, Pope ranks third in The Big West in scoring at 18.8 points per game.
ALEXANDER NEMETH, MEN'S WATER POLO, SR., GOALKEEPERAlexander Nemeth, UC San Diego's senior goalie, played a pivotal role in helping the Tritons advance to the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) Championships title game. Over three tournament matches, Nemeth posted a 2-1 record and recorded 37 saves and a .552 save percentage. Ranked 11th nationally and seeded third in the tournament, UC San Diego opened play by defeating No. 17 and sixth-seeded California Baptist, 12-7. Nemeth made 10 stops in net added an assist and a steal. In a huge, 13-10 semifinal victory against 12th-ranked, second-seeded, and tournament host Loyola Marymount, Nemeth turned aside 18 scoring bids by the Lions, one short of his career high. It was the 10th time he made 10 or more saves in 2022. In the championship game against No. 5 and top-seeded UC Davis, he made another nine saves as UC San Diego lost, 13-12, in overtime. Nemeth was named to the all-tournament team for his stellar performance. Earlier in the week, he was honored with All-WWPA Honorable Mention accolades.
VEDRAN LATKOVIC, MEN'S WATER POLO, SR., UTILITY On senior night, Vedran Latkovic fittingly lit up the pool by scoring a career-high eight goals to propel 12th-ranked UC San Diego to a 14-8 victory over No. 10 UC Irvine. The senior from Montenegro scored two goals in the first quarter, three in the second, two in the third, and ended his night with one more in the fourth, eclipsing his previous single-game scoring mark of six. Latkovic extended his current scoring streak to 17 games and has now netted multiple goals in 18 of 23 outings this season. He has recorded at least a hat trick in 14 games. Latkovic continues to lead the Tritons in goals (70) and points (91). Among all WWPA players, he ranks fourth in goals, just two behind second-place.
MAX CARVALHO, MEN'S SOCCER, SO., FORWARDPropelling the Tritons past Cal Poly, UC San Diego's Max Carvalho scored a pair of goals in 18 seconds in the Triton's 4-3 victory. Carvalho shot 100% in his stat line on Saturday night. With two goals already on the board for UC San Diego, Carvalho sent a sliding kick into the back of the net on a cross from Jack Hagan, who received the ball from Mason Haubrich in the middle. As play resumed, Carter Jacobus cleared the ball to Carvalho, who took it down the left side and struck with his right foot to put the Tritons up 4-0 on the Mustangs. Saturday's two goals are a single-game career-high for Carvalho and he has tripled his goals scored this season.
MANUEL AUGUSTO, MEN'S WATER POLO, SR. Over four games on the road last week senior Manuel Augusto totaled 10 points on five goals and five assists. His biggest game came against 16th-ranked WWPA opponent California Baptist, in which he scored three goals and added a pair of assists for a season-high five points to lead the Tritons to a win and stay undefeated in conference play. At No. 3 UCLA, he finished with three points on a goal and two assists and against Austin he registered a goal and an assist. Augusto has tallied at least one point in 16 of 19 matches with multiple points in 10.
DOMINIC PETERS, MEN'S SOCCER, GRAD., GKGrad student Dominic Peters led the Tritons to a 0-1-1 weekend after holding a clean sheet against crosstown foe, University of San Diego. Against the Toreros, Peters a career and season-high record for a single match with 12 saves. He was four away from the Tritons' single match save record which was set in 1979. In the Tritons' 2-0 loss against Gonzaga, Peters faced 19 shots from the Bulldogs with nine shots on goal, seven of which he saved. Peters played 180 minutes this weekend and is one of three Tritons who played all 180 minutes. He is the current Big West leader in three categories: goals average against (.800), saves (35), and shutouts per game (3).
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