Priscilla Orozco begins her second season as an assistant
to Head Coach Jacob Medina after a stellar four-year career at UCLA.
With UCLA, Orozco reached the NCAA tournament all four years
and the NCAA Championship as a freshman and sophomore. From 2008-2011, Orozco
played in 123 of UCLA's 127 matches, contributing 165 career goals. In her four
years, UCLA compiled a record of 106-21.
As a 2011 senior, Orozco led the Bruins with 58 goals,
scoring in 28 of the UCLA's 33 matches, including 15 multiple-goal games. She
tallied a career-high five goals twice against UC Irvine and USC. Orozco earned
All-NCAA tournament honors and was named to the All-MPSF (Mountain Pacific
Sports Federation) first team for the second straight year. She was also the
first player in the conference to earn MPSF Player of the Week honors for three
As a junior, Orozco started 26 games and finished second on
the team with 40 goals while also leading the Bruins in steals with 27. She was
named first-team ACWPC All-America honors and first-team All-MPSF for the first
Orozco scored 42 goals as a sophomore and 25 as a freshman.
As a sophomore, she scored twice in the NCAA tournament and earned honorable
mention ACWPC All-America accolades. As a freshman, Orozco played in all of
UCLA's 33 games and scored in 18 contests. She recorded 31 steals and 18
assists and earned All-MPSJ Freshman Team honors. She also scored a goal
against USC in the Bruins' NCAA Championship win.
Orozco prepped at Montebello High School, letting four years
in water polo and swimming. She was named first team All-CIF in all her four
years and led her team to four consecutive Almont League titles. Montebello
also reached the CIF Division I Championship game during Orozco's junior and senior
seasons. Orozco was also a two time Almont League MVP, three time team MVP and
three time Female Athlete of the Year at Montebello. Orozco also competed for
the Commerce Club team and led them to a silver medal at the 2007 junior
Orozco is from Commerce, Calif. The eldest of four siblings,
Orozco played alongside her younger sister Sarah from 2009-2011. She graduated
from UCLA in June 2011 with a degree in History. Orozco is single and currently
resides in Riverside.