2003: Recorded her third straight All-American season by leading the Aztecs with 63 goals... Earned Second Team All-America plaudits from the Collegiate Water Polo Coaches Association... Named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation all-conference second team for the third time after finishing second in the conference in goals scored... An All-MPSF tournament honoree, scoring five goals in leading SDSU to a fifth place finish... Ranks second on the SDSU all-time scoring list with 221 goals scored, only 14 goals shy of the career record... First Aztec to record 60 or more goals in three seasons... Posted 20 assists and ranks third on the career list with 69 assists in her three seasons... Second on SDSU with 52 steals and has 154 steals in her career, which ranks fifth on in SDSU annals... Recorded at least one goal in 28 of the 32 matches she played in and led the team in scoring 17 times... Scored a season high five goals in a 17-8 victory over Hartwick on Feb. 8, and posted four goals on four different occasions... Named to American Water Polo Coaches Association's All-Academic excellent team with a 3.26 GPA.
2002: Followed up her terrific freshman season with an excellent sophomore campaign that landed third-team All-American recognition... Registered the program's fifth-highest single-season scoring total in leading the Aztecs with 68 goals... Also paced the squad with 20 assists and finished second with 53 steals... Earned the season's first MPSF Player of the Week award on Feb. 14 after scoring 18 goals over the first six games of 2002... Led the team in scoring in each of the season's first eight games and 19 overall... Scored at least one goal in 30 of 35 games played... Registered a season-high five goals in wins over Cal Baptist and Pacific... Now ranks fifth on the program's all-time goal-scoring list with 158... Gave the Aztecs a 7-6 victory over Hartwick in the season opener by scoring the game-winner with two seconds remaining... Also tallied the game-winner as the Aztecs defeated No. 6 San Jose State, 8-7, on April 4... An honorable mention All-MPSF selection and was named to the Academic All-MPSF team... Selected to the all-tournament first team for tallying eight goals and six assists in six games for the second-place Aztec "A" Team at the USWP 2002 Women's Open Championship in the fall.
2001: Named a second-team All-American after an initial collegiate season that ranked as one of the best in SDSU history... Finished the year ninth on the Aztecs career list and second on the single-season list with 90 goals... Had tied for 10th on the Aztecs' single-season scoring list after only 18 games... Scored a career-high six goals versus Hartwick... Ninth on the Aztec career list and fourth on the season-high list with 29 assists... Had a career-high five assists at UC Irvine on Feb. 16... Stole four balls at UC San Diego on Feb. 11... Played in all 39 games... Earned the March 22 MPSF Player of the Week award after scoring nine goals as the Aztecs split a pair of conference matches against California and Pacific... Finished the season with 49 steals... Selected to the All-MPSF second team.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Fallbrook Union HS... Member of the USA Junior National Team... Gold medalist at the 2000 Junior Pan Am Games... 2000 first team All-America... 2000 CIF Player of the Year... 2000 North County Player of the Year... Fallbrook Female Athlete of the Year... 1999 bronze medalist at the Junior Olympics... 1999 Valley League player of the year... Four-year honor roll student.
Personal: Holly Marie Hartzell was born March 17, 1982, in Oceanside, Calif... Daughter of Terri and Henry Hartzell... Enjoys going to the beach.
Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Steals 2001 39 90 29 49 2002 34 68 20 53 2003 32 63 20 52 Totals 105 221 69 154