Great Britain claimed ninth place in the World University Games men’s water polo competition. France and Japan won, advancing to Friday’s fifth place match.
France claimed ninth place in women’s water polo at the Summer Universiade, while the fifth through eight place seeding matches also were played on Thursday.
Hungary, Italy, Russia and the United States are set to clash in the final race to the medal stand in men’s water polo at the World University Games.
Canada, Hungary, Italy and Russia are in the hunt for podium spots in women’s water polo at the World University Games after quarterfinal wins on Wednesday.
The water polo quarterfinals field for the World University Games is set after four Round of 16 matches, two per gender, on Tuesday.
In women’s water polo, Hungary outscored foes 73-22 in four Pool A wins at the World University Games. In Pool B, Italy went 4-0, squeaking past foes 37-31.
In men’s water polo pool action, the USA and Italy led the way at 4-0. The Americans outscored their foes 70-22, while Italy bested its opponents 67-39.
Well, here we are–The 4 Amigos – still holding an Northern Virginia Swim League record 11-12 Boys 100YD medley relay set in the summer of 1963.
Minneapolis native Elle Niebuhr is staying close to home to continue her swimming career, committing to attend the Minnesota in the fall of 2020.
Greer, South Carolina native Emily Horomanski, a six-time high school state champion, is staying in state to swim for the Gamecocks beginning this fall.
Jonathan Kollen, a three-time Michigan High School Athletic Association state finalist, has committed to swim collegiately for Wisconsin-Milwaukee this fall.
The College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has tabbed 1,221 swimmers and divers as Scholar All-Americans for…
USA women’s water polo won gold at the 2017 World University Games, while Serbia won the men’s title. 2019 action is set for July 2-14 in Naples, Italy.
The Bigelow family took the first steps to carrying on their son’s legacy and love for water polo by establishing a scholarship in his honor.
Emma Spotts, a four-time Big East finalist in the breaststroke her first two years at Butler, is heading West to swim at the University of New Mexico.