2012 (Sophomore): Played in 37 minutes in the season-opener at Seattle U ... came in off the bench at Colgate and Syracuse ... played 36 minutes vs. La Salle ... played 38 minutes vs. Fresno State ... came in off the bench at Gonzaga and vs. Notre Dame helping to post shutouts in both games ... came in off the bench at Utah State ... played 39 minutes off the bench in the Pac-12 opener at USC ... played 16 minutes at Colorado ... played 27 minutes at Utah ... played 17 minutes off the bench vs. No. 3 UCLA ... came in off the bench at No. 25 Cal ... played all 90 minutes at No. 2 Stanford and made a huge save on the goal line.
2011 (Freshman):Played in 17 games, getting 12 starts ... finished the year with three shots ... her first shot came against Boston U (Sept. 2) ... also took shots against USF on Sept. 25 and vs. No. 1 Stanford on Oct. 2 ... was part of the defense that helped the team record two shutouts and allowed top-ranked teams such as Stanford, UCLA, Wisconsin, Cal and Portland to score just once each.
Played with the Camarillo Eagles club team for seven years ... her team finished in the top four in five different tournaments, including two championship titles ... the Eagles won the State Premier Championship in 2009 and represented Cal South twice at teh Far West Regionials ... at Moorpark HS, she was a two-time all-league selection and the best defensive player ... her freshman year she was tabbed Rookie of the Year ... also a three-time all-league selection, two-time top defender and top offensive player ... team captain her senior year ... four-time academic award recipient ... also competed in track for two years and was a CIF finalist in the 4x100 relay.
Samantha Brennan Page was born on Oct. 6, 1992 in Thousand Oaks, Calif. ... her parents are Coleen and Chet Page ... has one sister, Brianna ... her father played volleyball at Valley College from 1976-77 ... hobbies include soccer, going to the beach and cooking ... was also recruited by UC Irvine, Notre Dame, Santa Clara and UCSB .. chose UW because, "I love the campus, the coaches are great and my favorite color is purple."