Kelly Fehr racked up 10 scores in a 26-11 win over Wittenberg to earn top individual scoring honors on Week 6 of the collegiate women’s water polo season.
The Barbara Kalbus Invitational in Irvine, California, featured 32 Top 25 affairs and eight ended in upsets, including the championship match.
All but two of the 29 teams ranked or receiving votes in the Feb. 19 CWPA Poll are in action on collegiate women’s water polo Week 6.
Bucknell’s Kali Hyham scored 25 goals at the Mercyhurst Invitational, with five or more tallies in each of four wins, to lead Week 5 conference honorees.
With just one Top 25 upset on Week 5 of the collegiate women’s water polo season, it is no surprise that movement in the Top 25 poll was minimal.
With 56 matches across the country on women’s water polo Week 5, the goals came fast and furious with 138 individual scoring efforts of three or more goals.
Week 5 of the collegiate women’s water polo season was highlighted by four upsets and five overtime contests, although just one Top 25 team stumbled
In a week full of upsets and high-scoring individual efforts, here is a look at the players selected for Week 4 women’s water polo conference honors.
Week 5 of the collegiate women’s water polo season includes five major tournaments across the country in Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and California.
A week out of the water did not stop Stanford from assuming the #1 spot in the collegiate women’s water polo association Top 25 poll.
Bucknell’s Ally Furano and LIU Brooklyn’s Jessica Dean headlined the women’s water polo Week 4 scorers, netting 7-goal efforts at the Bison Invitational.
#1 USC suffered its first loss, falling to #3 UCLA in the championship match of the Triton Invitational, while #8 Arizona State scored two Top 10 upsets
The women’s collegiate water polo season continues with the spotlight turning to Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, and La Jolla, California, for two tournaments.
Week 3’s top scorer, Bucknell’s Ally Furano, and Salem goalkeeper Philippa Piper are among 13 players that received honors from their respective conferences.
With just two upsets among 61 games, the Feb. 5 women’s Collegiate Water Polo Association poll saw no team move more than two spots up or down.