Of the 58 seniors named to the 2018-19 NISCA Boys Water Polo All-America teams, 27 are currently listed on collegiate rosters.
With the first USA Water Polo Division III National Championship set for December, Pomona-Pitzer begins the year as the top team in the CWPA DIII Top 10.
USC was picked to repeat as the NCAA men’s water polo champion, receiving 98 points in the preseason Top 20 coaches poll. just ahead of UCLA and Stanford.
Six-time Nebraska high school state freestyle finalist Morgan Baker will be keeping her talents in state, committing to Nebraska-Omaha for the fall of 2020.
Glenmont, New York, native Sydney Sorbello is taking her talents to the Patriot League to swim for Boston University in the fall of 2020.
Kernersville, North Carolina, native Katie Herzberger is heading north this fall to continue her swimming career at Division III’s Randolph-Macon.
Brea, California, native Liza Parahnevich is heading just down the road to La Mirada, to continue her swimming career at Division II’s Biola University.
Dee Dee Walker, the 2018 Wisconsin Division II state 200 free champion, has committed to swim at Illinois State beginning in the fall of 2020.
The United States women secured their fifth straight Pan American Games title with help from the top goal-scoring effort, both team-wise and individually.
Sam Poulsen became the 25th woman in history and 68th person overall to complete the 21-mile swim across the North Channel from Ireland to Scotland.
The United States won its seventh straight Pan American Games water polo gold, defeating Canada for the title and securing a spot in the 2020 Olympics.
Kalamazoo, Michigan, native Maggie Ferrell is heading east to Ohio to continue her swimming career at Denison College beginning in the fall of 2020.
Three swimmers are among the finalists for the United States Olympic and Paralympic Hall of Fame Class of 2019: Dara Torres, Erin Popovich and Trischa Zorn.
Women’s water polo player Brenda Villa is among 15 Olympians selected as finalists for the 2019 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Hall of Fame class.
The United States denied Canada its first Pan American Games men’s water polo gold, extending its win streak to seven straight titles with a 24-4 victory.