The USA Women’s National Team advanced to the semifinals of the FINA Intercontinental Tournament with a 22-4 win over South Africa.
The USA Women’s National Team defeated the Netherlands 12-3 this past Saturday to close out their 2018 schedule with a 33-1 record.
The USA Women’s National Team took their second straight win over China in decisive fashion, earning a 14-2 win at the Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine on Sunday.
USA Women’s Senior National Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian has announced the Team USA roster for the upcoming exhibition matches with China and the Netherlands set to begin in Southern California on December 14.
The USA Women’s National Team won the FINA World Cup title for the third straight time and maintained their hold on all major FINA championships following an 8-5 win over Russia.
The USA Women’s National Team will play for gold at the FINA World Cup following an 11-5 win over Spain.
The USA Women’s National Team will play for a medal at the FINA World Cup after advancing to the semifinal round with a 15-5 win over China.
Captain Maggie Steffens leads the U.S. Women into action at the FINA World Cup, riding a 20-game win streak, joined by a host of returners from the 2017 FINA World Championship squad and several 2016 Olympic Champions.
The USA Women’s National Team will play for gold at the FINA World League Super Final after defeating Russia 8-3 in semifinal play.
The USA Women’s National Team picked up their second straight win at the FINA World League Super Final with a 12-5 victory over Canada.
Olympic champions Ashleigh Johnson, Melissa Seidemann, Rachel Fattal, Maggie Steffens and Kiley Neushul lead the way into China in the second major competition of the year.
Following two straight victories over Australia in exhibition play last week, USA Women’s National Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian has announced the roster for the FINA Intercontinental Tournament taking place this week in Auckland, New Zealand.
USA Water Polo Women’s Senior National Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian has announced a 14-woman roster that will head to Australia and New Zealand for the first official competition of 2018.
In front of a capacity crowd at Foothill High School the USA Women’s National Team wasted little time exciting their fans on the way to a 14-1 victory over China.
The USA Women’s National Team defeated Australia 17-3 for their third straight victory at the World University Games in Taiwan.