Indiana Women’s Water Polo Ends Season In MPSF Championships 5th Place Game Against ASU

Courtesy: Indiana Athletics

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.  –  Three players scored two goals each, but 6-seed Indiana couldn’t overcome a slow start as it fell to 5-seed Arizona State in the 5th place game of the MPSF Championships on Sunday at Counsilman-Billinglsley Aquatic Center.


  • Senior Kallie White capitalized early in the first on a 6-on-5 opportunity to put IU (21-10) ahead, but the Sun Devils (23-8) fired off five unanswered goals to take a 5-1 lead.
  • Junior Portia Sasser and graduate student Zoe Crouch each scored goals in the second but Arizona State maintained a four-goal edge at the break, 7-3.
  • Indiana scored five of its eight goals in the second half, as sophomore Grace Klingler had the lone goal in the third.
  • Attempting a comeback in the fourth, the Hoosiers held ASU scoreless for the final 4:38 of play as it poured in three goals but wouldn’t be enough to overcome the first half deficit.


  • White, Wazzan and Crouch all scored two goals each for the Hoosiers in the season finale.
  • With her two goals, Crouch finishes her IU career with 153 career goals, which ranks ninth all-time. She also finishes second all-time in assists with 156.
  • In the effort, Crouch also had two field blocks and a steal.
  • Sophomore goalie Jasmine Higgs recorded seven saves in goal.
  • Sophomore Louisa Downes had a team-high two assists.
  • Junior Skylar Kidd led with three steals and had an assist.
  • Indiana finishes the 2024 season with an overall record of 21-10. It was the program’s first 20 win season since 2018.

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