1 Ahsha Earwood
1 Ahsha Earwood
Height: 5-6
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
High School: John Burroughs
Position: GK
Major: Neuroscience, Philosophy

At Pomona-Pitzer: Completed her second season as a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Women’s Water Polo program, where she is a goalie.

2015: Second-Team ACWPC Division III All-America selection...First-Team All-SCIAC...Played in 22 games, tallying 160 saves...Named SCIAC Female Athlete of the Week after helping the Sagehens to a 4-0 record at the Convergence Tournament, including overtime wins over UC San Diego (9-8) and George Washington (7-5), when she didn't allow an overtime goal in either contest...Had 44 saves in the Convergence Tournament and allowed only 20 goals...Had 10 saves in the first half without allowing a goal in a 10-4 win over CSU Monterey Bay...Tallied 13 saves in an 8-6 win over CMS to clinch the SCIAC's top seed (two of the CMS goals came in the final minute after the outcome was decided)...Had eight saves and allowed four goals in a SCIAC semifinal win over Chapman.

2014: Played in 26 matches in goal, while missing several weeks with a shoulder injury...Returned in time for the postseason and had 12 saves in an NCAA Play-In game against UC San Diego...Totaled 187 saves on the year.

High School: Attended John Burroughs High School in Burbank, Calif., where she was a member of the water polo and swimming teams…Earned school’s Defensive Player of the Year award as a junior and senior in both seasons on the water polo team…Co-captained and was MVP of the water polo team as a senior…In 2012 garnered CIF-SS third team honors, as well as being second team selection for Pacific League and Los Angeles Daily News… In 2013 earned Pacific All-League, Glendale News Press all-area, and Los Angeles Daily News all-area water polo First-Team honors…Holds school records for most saves in a game (21), in a season (312), most shutouts in a season (2), most goalie steals in a season (74), and most career saves (570)…Qualified as a USA Water Polo Academic All-American with distinction in 2012…In 2013 was listed in the CIF-SS’s Record Book for number of saves...A three-year varsity swim team member…Part of a 200 free relay team as a junior which broke the school record time to qualify for CIF-SS first-alternate consideration…Passed nine of the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) exams, earning an AP Scholar, and two AP Scholar with Honor designations…Also competed for Rose Bowl Club Water Polo.

Personal: Attends Pitzer College, where she has a dual major in neuroscience and philosophy…Youngest of five children – has three older sisters and an older brother…Has volunteered at the Los Angeles Zoo for three years…Was a member of the 5C Divestment campaign at Pitzer and spoke to the board of trustees on the option for Pitzer to divest from the fossil fuel industry ("our team succesfully worked with the Pitzer administration to make this a reality")...Chose Pitzer because she “loved the cacti.”