Looking back at 20 years of SDSU Water Polo - 2008
Three-time All-MPSF Academic Selection
2007: Earned the starting nod in all 39 contests ... Scored 28 goals and shot a .438 clip, while totaling nine assists and 36 steals on the season ... Drew 71 ejections, which was the second-most on the team ... Put together a string of five-consecutive scoring games from Feb. 16-25 ... Had five multiple-goal performances, including a season-best three tallies at UC Irvine (Feb. 24) ... Scored twice in the Aztecs' season opener vs. Hartwick (Feb. 8) ... Had back-to-back two-goal performances vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer at the Aztec Invitational (March 24-25) ... Added two goals in SDSU's 13-5 win over Michigan on March 31.
2006: Started all 34 games at the 2-meter position ... Scored 22 goals and drew a team-best 49 ejections ... Tallied 18 steals and five assists during the season ... Scored twice in the opening match of the season against Santa Clara at the UCSD Triton Invitational (Feb. 11) ... Earned her way into the scoring column 16 times and had five multiple-goal performances ... Found the back of the net in eight straight matches and recorded 12 goals ... Had a personal-best three goals against Chapman at the LMU Invitational (March 25) ... For the season, she shot at a .393 clip.
2005: Played in 30 games, while starting 21 times ... Had a stretch of 17 straight starts ... Was on pace to play in every game until she missed the last four games due to an eye injury suffered in the season finale against Arizona State ... Scored 15 goals, including one at California as time expired to send the game into overtime ... Drew a team-leading 63 ejections ... Owned the team-high for ejections in a game with six against Cal State Northridge (March 13) ... Tallied 15 steals and 10 assists ... Scored her first goal as an Aztec in the Long Beach State game at the UCSD Triton Invitational ... Posted her first multiple-goal scoring game (two goals) at No. 2 Southern California ... Scored in three straight games (at California, vs. UC Irvine, vs. UCLA), tallying four total goals.
High School: Was a three-year letterwinner at Cabrillo High, helping the Conquistadors to a pair of Los Padres League titles ... Captured her team's most valuable player award as a senior in 2003, after guiding Cabrillo to the CIF finals ... Earned first-team all-league honors on two occasions and was an all-CIF Division IV selection ... Received Junior Olympic All-America accolades in 2003 ... Her Club Paradise team won the 2003 Junior Olympic championship ... Was also a three-year varsity swim team member ... Named to the principal's honor roll all four years.
Personal: Rebecca Joy Ur was born April 22, 1986, in Lompoc, Calif. ... Daughter of Wilbur and Susan Ur ... Enjoys surfing, reading and cooking ... Majoring in biology at SDSU with plans to attend medical school.