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#9 Lance Curtiss
Position: Utility
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
City/State: Santa Barbara, CA
High School: San Marcos HS
College: Roosevelt
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Experience: 3 Letters
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AS A SENIOR IN 2012
WWPA All-Academic Team ... Posted a season-high three goals, one assist and one steal against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (10/26).

AS A JUNIOR IN 2011
Led the team with a .778 (7-of-9) shooting percentage... Accounted for seven goals, seven assists and six steals ... Scored twice in 15-6 win over Cal Lutheran (9/4) ... Scored a goal in three consecutive wins (between 9/10-9/16).

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010
Tallied a pair of assists and seven steals in reserve action for the Tritons ... Named to WWPA All-Academic Team.

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN IN 2009
Scored 11 goals with 16 assists in 2009 ... Scored two goals in a 17-6 win over Cal Lutheran at the Triton Invitational ... Also tossed in two scores in a 14-13 win over conference opponent Santa Clara (11/7).

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008
Redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL
Attended San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara ... Earned First-Team All -Channel League in 2007 ... 2008 Athlete of the Year and Phil Womble Ethics in Sports Award ... Scored 97 goals in 2007, 84 goals in 2006 and 56 goals in 2005 ... Notched a 13th-place finish in CIF SS Division I (50 free - 21.83) ... Also played for the Santa Barbara Water Polo Foundation from 2003-07.

PERSONAL
Born Dec. 23, 1989 ... Parents are Keith and Linda Curtiss ... Has a sister named Rayshell ... A mechanical engineering major at Roosevelt College.

CAREER STATISTICS
Season G A Stl Pen Dr Ej Dr Shot % FB MA TO Ej Total
2009 11 16 24 2 25 .344 0 21 25 7 69
2010 0 2 7 0 5 .000 3 3 2 5 3
2011 7 7 6 0 3 .778 1 2 13 3 28
2012 6 4 3 0 0 .666 1 3 4 0 20
Totals 24
29 40 2 33 .595 5 29 44 15 120
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