1 Chelsea Carrillo
1 Chelsea Carrillo
Birth Date: 11/08/1988
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: Morgan Hill, Calif.
High School: Live Oak HS
Position: GK

2010: Appeared in four games for the Gauchos, making two starts in the goal...Recorded a season-best six saves in a 12-6 win over Pamona Pitzer (Jan. 23)...Had five saves against Sonoma State (Jan. 23) and Fresno Pacific (Mar. 4)...Averaged 9.6 saves per game and 3.4 goals against.

2009: Started 15 games and tallied 135 saves...Averaged 7.9 saves per game with a 9.1 goals against average...Tallied double-digit saves on five occasions...Posted a career-high 15 blocks in a narrow loss to UC Irvine (Apr. 11) during Big West play...Had 13 saves in the sudden victory overtime win over top-seeded Cal State Northridge during the Big West Championships semi-final game...Collected seven steals and handed out two assists.

2008: Sat out much of the season due to an injury.

Played goalie for Live Oak High School and was part of the 2005 and 2006 Tri County Athletic League championship teams...Led her team to a second place finish in the Blossom Valley Athletic League her senior year...Was a Tri County Athletic League First Team selection as a junior...Her senior year, she was named Blossom Valley Athletic League Water Polo Senior of the Year, a Central Coast Section All-Stars Team selection, along with Central Coast Section Honorable Mention...Was also a member of Live Oak High School's swim team.

Playing for Legacy Water Polo Club, she participated in the 2005 Junior Olympics...Also played for Morgan Hill Water Polo Club and Splash Water Polo Club during her high school career.

Chelsea Carrillo was born Nov. 8, 1988, in Stanford, Calif. to parents Jim Carrillo and Lisa Black...Raised in Morgan Hill, Calif. with two siblings, Megan and Shelby...In her spare time she enjoys hanging out with family and friends, and taking trips to Lake Tahoe...Lists her favorite film as "She's the Man" and her favorite book as "Swimming to Antarctica"...Is a physiology major at UCSB and her interests include anatomy and physiology...She lists her family, friends and former coaches as her personal heroes.