|High School:||Ventura HS|
Pacific's reserve two-meter player, Mann notched 10 goals in her sophomore season, good for seventh on the team. She went for a career-best two scores against Cal Lutheran (Feb. 17). Mann finished second on the team with 37 drawn ejections, setting a career high with five versus California (Jan. 19). She also added nine steals and one assist.
Acting as the Tigers’ reserve two-meter threat, Mann competed in 25 matches, recording six starts. She registered seven goals on the season including a two-goal outing in Pacific’s win over Occidental on Feb. 18. Mann was responsible for 20 drawn ejections, the fifth-most on the team, while contributing 11 steals, six field blocks and five assists.
Mann graduated from Ventura High School in Ventura, Calif., where she lettered in both water polo and swimming. She earned All-Channel League honors and was her water polo team's captain. Mann led her squad to fourth-place league finishes as a junior and senior and a third-place finish as a sophomore. She tallied 136 career goals in her time as a Cougar. Active in her school's student government, Mann was a senior class officer and junior class vice president. She also received the Mary Keller Munsel Service award as a senior.
Mann was born in Visalia, Calif., and is the daughter of Pennie and Roger Mann. She has three siblings, Jaclyn, Dixon, and Ben. During her free time, Mann enjoys baking, playing music, painting, photography, and playing ultimate frisbee. She will pursue a degree in exploratory natural sciences.