There were only a few small changes to the collegiate women’s water polo Top 25 poll after Week 7 produced just one upset.
The 12 contests between teams mentioned in the CWPA poll were decided by no less than three goals, even RV Cal State East Bay’s 11-8 upset of #25 Cal Baptist.
With just one Top 25 upset on Week 5 of the collegiate women’s water polo season, it is no surprise that movement in the Top 25 poll was minimal.
Week 5 of the collegiate women’s water polo season was highlighted by four upsets and five overtime contests, although just one Top 25 team stumbled
Week 3 of the collegiate women’s water polo season brought two upsets and three overtime games, including two which went to sudden death.
UC San Diego’s Chanel Schilling leads the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches Division II All-America teams as the Division II Player of the Year, while UCSD coach Brad Kreutzkamp was tabbed as the Coach of the Year.
As 7 conference tournament champions were crowned, the women’s water polo world put its goal scoring abilities on full display….
37 players netted four goals or more to headline the Week 10 standout performances. Bucknell’s Paige Furano led the way with a school record seven scores vs. Harvard on Sunday.
Penn State Behrend’s Lauren Wood set the school season record for goals with two against Connecticut College on Friday, upping her tally to 55 for the year. Kyra Christmas was the leading individual goal scorer of the week, putting in eight goals on 12 shots as #6 Pacific topped #13 Fresno State 16-8.
#15 Long Beach State’s Sarah Barker recorded five goals in a 13-7 win over #16 Wagner on Sunday and added four more in a 15-6 victory over RV Bucknell on Thursday. Barker was one of 24 players with at least one four-goal effort on Week 8.
The 2019 women’s water polo season begins today with six matches. Ahead of that, here’s a look at each of…
With the 2019 NCAA women’s water polo season set to begin later this week, SwimSwam takes a look at the returning award winners who could be key factors in 2019. Sixty-six of the 113 All-Americans across Divisions I, II and III remain.