23 Megan Calderazzo
23 Megan Calderazzo
Birth Date: 12/04/1990
Height: 5-10
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Danville, Calif.
High School: San Ramon Valley HS
Position: Center
High School
Attended San Ramon Valley High School where she played under head coach Jon Leach...Tallied 146 goals between her junior and senior seasons as well as 85 assists...As a senior, she also collected 38 steals and drew 44 ejections...Ranks fourth in school history for career goals and fifth for career steals and is also ranked fifth for goals in a single season and third for steals in a season...Is a two-time All-American, earning fifth team honors in 2008 and honorable mention accolades in 2007...Earned back-to-back First Team All-East Bay Athletic League honors and was a two-time All-North Coast Section honoree, picking up first team honors as a senior...In 2007, she was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Sierra Shootout and was also named the Wolves' Best Offensive Player...In 2008, she was picked as a NCS Senior All-Star and given the Outstanding High School Career Award...Helped San Ramon Valley to second place finish in the East Bay Athletic League in both 2007 and 2008...The Wolves made the NCS semifinals in 2007 and were the section's runners-up in 2008...Also competed in basketball and swimming...The San Ramon hoops team won the EBAL and the NCS Championships in 2005-06...Received several academic accolades during her prep career including USA Water Polo Academic All-American, AP Scholar with Honors, Academic Letter Award and Renaissance Award. Club
Played for the 680 Drivers. Personal
Megan Christine Calderazzo was born on December 4, 1990 in San Francisco, Calif....Parents are Joe and Chris Caderazzo...Has three siblings: Maria, Katie and Nick...Is majoring in classics at UCSB and has aspirations of one day becoming a doctor...Outside of water polo, she enjoys reading and playing basketball...Favorite movie is "The Princess Bride"...Favorite musical group is Maroon 5...Says defeating Miramonte during the NCS semifinals as a senior was her most memorable athletic achievement.