Feb. 23, 2009
BERKELEY - The California women's water polo team put forth an excellent showing at the highly competitive UC Irvine Invitational on Feb. 21 and 22, taking seventh place. Helping the Bears to victory was senior two-meter defender Paige Lorenz, who had six goals over the weekend. As of Feb. 23, she has scored 23 goals, which exceeds her previous season high of 21 goals, which she set last weekend. Lorenz hails from Old Greenwich, Conn., making her the only American on the team that is not originally from California. CalBears.com recently caught up with the 5-11 co-captain to find out about life in California for Lorenz.
CalBears.com: As an East Coast native, what made you choose Cal?
CalBears.com: What was the transition from Connecticut to California like for you?
CalBears.com: Which do you prefer - the East Coast or West Coast?
CalBears.com: Where is the hardest place to play in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation?
CalBears.com: Fill in the blank - I always..."
CalBears.com: Fill in the blank - I never..."
CalBears.com: Whose diary, from any point in history, would you like to read?
PL: "My younger sister Brooke's. I once read an old one of hers, and I think I was crying I was laughing so hard. If I could get my hands on more of those, it would be great."
CalBears.com: In the last women's water polo Q&A, Remy Champion wanted the next women's water polo student-athlete to answer: Would you rather eat a glass full of live wasps or eat glass?
CalBears.com: What question would you want the next women's water polo student-athlete to answer?
For a complete listing of past Q&As with the California women's water polo team, click here or look on the sidebar on the main women's water polo page.