For the first time ever, the 2019 Women’s Water Polo World League had an Olympic berth on the line in the gold medal match. (Above – Makenzie Fischer)
The USA Women’s National Team punched their ticket to the 2020 Olympic Games with a 10-9 win over Italy at the FINA World League Super Final.
FINA WOMEN’S WATER POLO WORLD LEAGUE SUPER FINAL June 4-9, 2019 Venue: Duna Arena, Budapest, Hungary Time: UTC+2; 6 hours…
the USA Women’s National Team is now one win away from qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Games after an 8-6 win over the Netherlands in Saturday’s semifinals.
The FINA Women’s WP World League Super Final semifinals are set with the USA, Italy, Netherlands and Russia advancing through Friday’s quarterfinal round.
Italy and the United States both rounded out the group stage of the Super Final with 3-0 and will take the top seeds to the quarterfinals.
The USA Women’s National Team claimed the Group B title at the FINA World League Super Final following a 12-7 win over Russia.
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.
A day after a slow start in an eventual victory over Hungary, the USA Women’s National Team came out strong in their 15-4 win over Canada on Wednesday at the Women’s World League Super Final.
After the opening day contests, the Netherlands and Italy sit atop Group A with three points apiece, while the Americans lead Group B with three points followed by Russia’s two.
Maddie Musselman scored 4 goals as the USA rolled past Hungary.
Fifty-four student-athletes representing 25 institutions have been tabbed as Division I women’s water polo All-Americans by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC). National champion Stanford and runnerup USC each boast six honorees.
15 athletes have been named to the USA Women’s Senior National Water Polo team roster for the FINA World League Super Final. 13 athletes will be selected for competition prior to the start of each match.
MPSF Player of the Year Makenzie Fischer headlines a list of 44 women’s water polo student-athletes named to the conference’s All-Academic team.
The NCAA Women’s Water Polo national championship matchup is set, with defending champion #1 USC meeting 2018 runnerup #2 Stanford on Sunday. Both teams had to endure an overtime thriller on Saturday to earn their spot in the title match.