10 - Andrew Schoneberger
Andrew Schoneberger
Birth Date: 11/23/1982
Height: 6-2
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Santa Barbara, Calif.
High School: Dos Pueblos HS
Position: Driver
UCSB
2003: Amassed 36 goals during his junior campaign, tying for the second-highest total on the team...Has found the back of the cage 78 times in his career...Scored half of UCSB's eight goals in narrow loss to UC Irvine, his season-high...An honorable mention All-MPSF performer while also earning All-Academic acclaim from the American Water Polo Coaches' Association...2002: Scored 33 goals during his sophomore season, tying for the second-highest total on the team...Also ranked among the top-20 scorers in the MPSF...Career-high five scores in win over BYU-Hawaii...2001: Tallied nine goals as a freshman...Twice had two scores in a game, against La Verne and USC...Named UCSB's Most Improved Player.
High School
Attended Dos Pueblos High School where he played for Jim Ranta...Schoneberger was chosen a High School All-American at Dos Pueblos...Named Channel League and team MVP as a senior after guiding the Chargers to the league title...Also a First Team All-CIF choice as a senior...National Honor Society member...California Scholarship Federation President's Award for academic excellence...Also swam and played baseball at DPHS.
Personal
Born November 23, 1982 in Downey, CA...Son of Bill and Marion Schoneberger...Competed for the United States team at the World University Games in Daegu, South Korea during the summer of 2003...Majoring in art studio at UCSB...Enjoys art, surfing, and playing the guitar...Favorite novel is "It's Not About the Bike," by one of his favorite athletes, Lance Armstrong...Favorite movies are "The Natural," "Good Will Hunting," and "The Big Lebowski"...Also recruited by Cal.