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All-SCC Water Polo Nods To Hogue, Forrest, Camacho
Hannah Hogue highlighted the Pasadena City College selections to the 2010 All-South Coast Conference women's water polo team as the sophomore goalie became a two-time, First Team selection. Hogue also was chosen to the All-American Second Team. She had earned All-Southern California Region honors as a freshman.
The school's record holder for most saves in a game, season and career, Hogue (pictured) finished her two seasons at PCC totaling 526 saves.
Sophomore utility player Anneke Forrest was picked to the All-SCC Second Team, making her a two-time, all-conference choice. Freshman driver Fernanda Camacho was the third member of the Lancers to be honored as an All-SCC Second Team selection.
For the season, Forrest led the team in scoring with 29 goals, followed by Camacho with 26. Hogue led the team in steals with 62 and saves with 249.
PCC Head Coach Terry Stoddard, the school's men's and women's swimming and diving coach, completed his 12th season in charge of the program.
Release Date: 12/01/10