The 2019 NCAA runner-up USC was picked as the #1 team in the Collegiate Water Polo Coaches Association preseason women’s water poll released on January 15.
The United States women secured their fifth straight Pan American Games title with help from the top goal-scoring effort, both team-wise and individually.
The United States women secured their fifth straight Pan American Games water polo gold medal, besting Canada 24-4 on Saturday. Brazil rounded out the podium.
The USA Women’s Water Polo National Team continued their run of dominance, defeating Canada 24-4 to claim gold at the 2019 Pan American Games.
Canada and the United States will meet with the Pan American Games women’s water polo gold medal on the line on Saturday.
The USA men’s and women’s water polo teams advanced to the Pan American Games semifinals with victories over Peru on Thursday.
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 USA Men’s Water Polo Team moved to 2-0 in group play with a key 13-11 victory over Canada, while the women pummeled Brazil 20-4 to stay perfect at 2-0.
USA Women’s Water Polo opened play at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru with a 23-3 win over Puertro Rico, while the American men topped Cuba 21-6.
The United States claimed its third straight women’s water polo World Championship crown and sixth overall with an 11-6 win over Spain on Friday.
The dynasty continues. The USA Water Polo Women’s National Team defeated Spain 11-6 to win the 2019 FINA World Championship.
It will be a rematch of the 2017 women’s water polo World Championships when the USA and Spain meet on Friday. Australia and Hungary will meet for bronze.
The USA Women’s National Team will play for gold and pursue their third straight World Championship after defeating Australia 7-2 in semifinal action.
The United States, Australia, Spain and Hungary are still in the running for medals in women’s water polo at the World Championships after quarterfinal wins.