UC Santa Barbara
Played in all 27 of the Gauchos' contests during his junior campaign...Was fifth on the team with 16 goals scored and was fourth with 12 assists...Opened the season with a hat trick against Air Force at the UC San Diego Triton Invitational (Sept. 1)....Posted 5 field blocks and four earned penalites or ejections...Earned his third consecutive Academic All-MPSF honor.
Played in all 33 of the Gauchos' contests during his sophomore campaign...Was fifth on the team with 29 goals scored and was tied fourth with 23 assists...Opened the season with a hat trick against Air Force at the UC San Diego Triton Invitational (Sept. 1)...Had a nine game scoring streak lasting from Sept. 8 thru Sept. 16 that included five consecutive games with multiple goals...Scored a career-high four goals against Redlands (Oct. 13)...Contributed to the Gauchos' first win since 1985 over Stanford with a goal versus the Cardinal (Oct. 27)...Also posted 12 steals and 12 earned penalites or ejections, and was second on the squad with 14 field blocks...Earned his second consecutive Academic All-MPSF honor.
GOLDEN EAGLE AWARD WINNER
Played in 34 of the Gauchos' 35 games during his first season as an active roster member...Tallied 18 goals and collected 10 assists...Posted a team-high .514 shooting percentage (18-for-35)...Had eight steals, seven earned penalties or ejections and four field blocks...Notched his first collegiate hat trick against Whittier at the Inland Empire Classic (Sept. 9)...Had multi-goal games against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Sept. 9) and Loyola Marymount (Oct. 15)...Earned MPSF All-Academic Team honors...Was also the UCSB Athletics Department's Golden Eagle Award winner for men's water polo.
Was a driver under the tutelage of Jon Reichardt at Mira Costa High School...Earned First Team All-Bay League and Second Team All-CIF honors...Helped Mira Costa to four Bay League Championships and the 2002 CIF Division III Championship...Reached the CIF semifinals in 2003 and 2004...Was also a member of the swim team.
Played for the Los Angeles Water Polo Club.
Stefan Partelow was born on April 6, 1987 in Fontana, Calif. to Dan and Char Partelow.