Brazil, Canada, Cuba and the USA are the last four teams in the medal race after Thursday’s women’s water polo quarterfinal matches at the Pan Am Games.
The United States and Canada won Group A and Group B respectively with 3-0 records in the preliminary round of women’s water polo at the Pan American Games.
After three days of pool play, the United States and Brazil came out as the group winners in men’s water polo action, each finishing at 3-0.
Aly Breslin, a native of Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, has committed to swim for Tennessee beginning in the fall of 2020.
Aledo, Texas, native Hannah Farmer is heading south to swim collegiately at the University of Houston beginning in the fall of 2020.
Gahanna, Ohio, native Chad Kegelmayer is staying in state to continue his swimming career, committing to Division II Notre Dame (Ohio) College.
The third stop of the FINA UltraMarathon Swim Series in Lac St. Jean, Canada saw Dutchman Marcel Schouten and Frenchwoman Morgane Dornic win gold.
The United States women’s water polo team claimed its sixth World Championship title, while Italy was crowned as the men’s champion for the fourth time.
Peter Vanderkaay and Davis Tarwater helped raise over $36,000 for Detroit Swims, an initiative to teach kids in the city to be water safe.
Olivia Starzomski, the 2018 Swim Canada Junior Champion in the 100 breast, has committed to swim for Michigan State beginning in the fall of 2020.
Winterville, North Carolina native Bethany Tart is heading south to swim collegiately at the University of South Carolina beginning in the fall of 2020.
Italy captured its fourth men’s water polo World Championship on Saturday with a 10-5 win over Spain. The Italians also won gold in 1978, 1994 and 2011.
The United States claimed its third straight women’s water polo World Championship crown and sixth overall with an 11-6 win over Spain on Friday.
Spain and Italy will face off on Saturday, seeking their third and fourth World Championships titles respectively, after posting semifinal wins on Thursday.