A starter and vital member of the first two teams to compete in the Olympics for women's water polo Robin Beauregard entered the National Team program in the late 1990s and helped lay the foundation for what has been over a decade of sustained excellence. Twice a winner of Olympic Medals, Silver in 2000 and Bronze in 2004 Beauregard balanced international acclaim with dominance on the collegiate level lifting UCLA to three National Championships including the 2003 NCAA Championship where she was named Most Outstanding Player. Beauregard was twice nominated for the Peter J. Cutino Award honoring the top player in the collegiate game. She has been a participant in USA water polo at all levels between her competitive and coaching career, and has won championships at each level. The determination she showed in the pool also paid off in the classroom, as she pursued her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and now helps athletes, young and old, resume their sporting activities as a Physical Therapist with ProSport Physical Therapy in Rancho Santa Margarita, California.