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15 - Shami Entenman
Shami Entenman
Height: 5-6
Year: Junior
Hometown: Grosse Pointe Park, Mich.
High School: Grosse Pointe South
Position: Attack
House Affiliation: Dunster

Harvard's Most Improved Player award recipient ... Found the back of the net against Villanova (Feb. 6) in season-opener at Harvard Invitational ... Made two saves between the posts against Fresno Pacific (March 15) ... Made two saves in goal, including a five-meter penalty shot, against Bucknell at the Eastern Championship (May 1) ... Made first collegiate start between the pipes against Maryland at the Eastern Championships, turning aside four shots (May 2).

Received Harvard's Coach's Award ... Had a hat trick against Utica and tallied two scores against Connecticut College (April 5) ... Scored twice against Connecticut College and once against Utica at Northern Division Championship (April 19).

Named to Collegiate Water Polo Association's All-Academic Team ... Selected to Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches Academic All-America Team ... Earned Team's Most Improved Player Award .. Scored first goal of career at Connecticut College (April 10).

High School:
Played varsity ice hockey and softball at Grosse Pointe South High ... Captain and all-league in hockey (2007) ... Team won state championship in 2004 and 2006 ... National Merit Finalist ... Bausch and Lomb Science Scholar ... National AP Scholar ... National Honor Society ... Tri-M Music Honor Society.

2007 Grosse Pointe Symphony Orchestra Soloist ... Studied piano for 12 years ...Participates in Harvard's Piano Society and in volunteer organization Harmony ... Father, John Alfred Entenman, attended Harvard Law School.