Brian Dudley
Brian Dudley

Player Profile

Johannesburg, South Africa

High School:
St. John's

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 197




One of the Golden Bears' team captains for 2010...a two-time All-American and a three-time ACWPC All-Academic honoree...was named the team's Co-MVP and the 2009-10 recipient of the team's Scholar-Athlete of the Year award with a spring GPA of 4.0 in the Haas School of Business...was the 2008-09 Peter J. Cutino Water Polo Trophy award winner as the team's most improved player...a key player for Cal in its 2007 NCAA championship run as a redshirt freshman, scoring a goal versus USC in the national title match...

AS A JUNIOR (2009): Scored 18 goals in 23 matches, including a pair of goals versus Stanford in the Bears' overtime victory in the MPSF Tournament semifinals...had a team-high three goals versus UC Santa Barbara in the NorCal Open and three goals in an MPSF match at UC Irvine...also notched a goal at Stanford in The Big Splash...had 40 steals, 34 ejections earned, 24 assists and nine field blocks...

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008): Scored 28 goals with 35 steals, 24 ejections earned and 14 assists...had six goals in the three MPSF Tournament matches, including a team-high three goals versus UC Irvine...was selected the Nov. 17 MPSF Co-Player of the Week after leading the Bears to victories over Long Beach State and UC Irvine, notching the match-winning goal in sudden death overtime at Long Beach State...was a ACWPC Academic All-American and an MPSF All-Academic selection for the second year in a row...

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2007): Scored 19 goals in 30 matches, including a goal and an assist versus USC in the NCAA title match, and three goals during the MPSF Tournament (two versus Long Beach State, one versus Stanford)...had 23 steals, 17 ejections earned, seven assists and four field blocks...was a ACWPC Academic All-American and an MPSF All-Academic selection...redshirted in 2006...

HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: At St. John's High School in Johannesburg, South Africa was team captain as a junior and senior... twice selected (2004-2005) MVP and best attacker of the United Schools of South Africa (USSASA) National Water Polo a member of the South African National Junior Team traveled to the 2005 Junior World Championships in Argentina...helped his South Africa Under 20 squad to a third-place finish at the 2003 Poland International Tournament...also trained with South Africa youth teams in Croatia, Bosnia, Hungary and Slovakia...competed in rugby and swimming as well...majoring in business administration...parents are Frank Dudley and Kate McMahon...born June 10, 1987, in Johannesburg, South Africa.

2007	19
2008	28
2009	18
Total	65