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.
The United States kept itself atop Group B with a crushing 15-4 win over Canada. Italy, meanwhile, edged out the Netherlands 8-7, firmly planting itself in the Group A lead with six points.
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The Canadian Women’s National Team won the silver medal after falling to the top-ranked United States 13-4 in the gold medal match at the Pan-American Games in Toronto.
Former Hoosiers Shae Fournier, Jakie Köhli, and Jessica Gaudreault were three of the thirteen players selected to represent Canada in the tournament, their second tournament selection this year.
Indiana freshmen Kelly Matthews and Sarah Myers were two of the final fourteen student-athletes selected to represent Canada in the bi-annual summer games.
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Water Polo Canada announced their official roster for the upcoming FINA World League Super Final in Shanghai.