Fodor’s 14 Scores, Sullivan’s 12 Lead Standout Week 10 WP Scoring Efforts

Sunday’s men’s water polo match between Wagner and Johns Hopkins resulted in a 23-22 decision for the JHU Bluejays, but both teams saw eye-popping and school record breaking individual efforts.

Oliver Fodor put in a school record 14 goals for Wagner in the loss, while Johns Hopkins was led by Emerson Sullivan‘s 12 scores.

Fodor’s haul snapped the previous record of nine, which was originally set by Jasmin Kolasinac against Mercyhurst on Sept. 16, 2017, and matched on Saturday as Matt Miller racked up nine scores in a 24-15 loss to George Washington.

Sullivan’s goal tally bested the school game record of 10 owned by Finn Banks and Jayden Kunwar (Sept. 8, 2018). All told, Sullivan managed 14 points, including two assists, to tie the school record in that category with Wes Hopkins (Oct. 20, 2013) and Ross Schofield (Sept. 9, 2012).

Also earning a spot near the top of the scoring list was George Washington’s Atakan Destici, who matched Miller’s nine-goal tally as the Colonials topped Wagner.

Ben Hallock put in eight goals as #2 Stanford downed #7 Cal 15-8, while Graham Asalone registered an eight-bagger as Chapman edged La Verne 17-14. . 

There were 56 efforts of four or more goals, including two four seven-goal efforts, six performances of six scores. Fifteen players put in five goals in a game, while there were 25 occurrences of four goals on Week 10. In addition, there were 75 hat tricks.

Collegiate Men’s Water Polo Week 10 Top Individual Game Scorers

Goals Player, Team Opponent Date
14 Oliver Fodor, Wagner Johns Hopkins 11-10.
12 Emerson Sullivan, Johns Hopkins Wagner 11-10.
9 Atakan Destici, George Washington Wagner 11-9.
9 Matt Miller, Wagner George Washington 11-9.
8 Graham Asalone, Chapman La Verne 11-6.
8 Ben Hallock, Stanford Cal 11-9.
7 Andrew Mavis, George Washington Fordham 11-9.
7 Andrew Mavis, George Washington Wagner 11-9.
7 Rade Joksimovic, Bucknell Navy 11-10.
7 Drago Marjanovic, Gannon McKendree 11-10.
6 Spencer Allen, Redlands Cal Lutheran 11-5.
6 Chucky Ortega, LaVerne Chapman 11-6.
6 Mitchell Cooper, Princeton St. Francis Brooklyn 11-9.
6 Petar Leontijevic, Salem Washington & Jefferson 11-9.
6 Arturo Freitas, Connecticut College Monmouth 11-9.
6 Max Wade, Austin College Penn State Behrend 11-9.
5 Ben Brown, Cal Lutheran Redlands 11-5.
5 Jake Miller-Tolt, Fordham Iona 11-6.
5 Jeff Elliott, Penn State Behrend Austin College 11-8.
5 Chase Cordon, Penn State Behrend Austin College 11-8.
5 Austin Sparber, Penn State Behrend Austin College 11-8.
5 Robert Griffin, Austin College Penn State Behrend 11-8.
5 Arturo Freitas, Connecticut College Mercyhurst 11-9.
5 Max Bricken, Cal Tech Redlands 11-9.
5 Ben Brauer, McKendree Monmouth 11-9.
5 Chucky Ortega, LaVerne Pomona-Pitzer 11-9.
5 Vuk Bulajic, Wagner Navy 11-9.
5 Dimitris Koukias, Fordham Johns Hopkins 11-10.
5 Milos Popovic, Salem Mercyhurst 11-10.
5 Robert Juhas, Salem Mercyhurst 11-10.
5 Mike Miller, Air Force Santa Clara 11-10.
4 Steven Csaposs, Cal Tech Cal Lutheran 11-6.
4 Spencer Allen, Redlands Occidental 11-6.
4 Patrick Zsiros, Concordia (Irvine) Cal Baptist 11-8.
4 Connor Watson, Austin College Penn State Behrend 11-8.
4 Grant Snyder, Air Force Fresno Pacific 11-8.
4 Max Wade, Austin College Ottawa 11-8.
4 Hunter Ramaekers, Chapman Cal Lutheran 11-9.
4 Christian Guillaume, Occidental Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 11-9.
4 Sam Harrison, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Occidental 11-9.
4 Carter Kerwin, Redlands Cal Tech 11-9.
4 Jesus Aguirre, Monmouth McKendree 11-9.
4 Joseph Schafer, Pomona Pitzer La Verne 11-9.
4 Ben Sasaki, Pomona-Pitzer La Verne 11-9.
4 Jeremie Cote, Pacific UC Irvine 11-9.
4 Christian Jacobsen, Connecticut College Monmouth 11-9.
4 David Carrasco, Loyola Marymount Occidental 11-9.
4 Jake Miller-Tolt, Fordham George Washington 11-9.
4 Jake Miller-Tolt, Fordham Navy 11-9.
4 Bobby Lee, Navy Wagner 11-9.
4 Daniel Alvarez, Mercyhurst Salem 11-10.
4 Matthew Miller, Wagner George Washington 11-9.
4 Andu Vlasceanu, Bucknell Navy 11-10.
4 Safak Simsek, Cal UC Irvine 11-10.
4 Jack Deely, Cal UC Irvine 11-10.
4 Matthew Miller, Wagner Johns Hopkins 11-10.

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