After winning gold at the Kunshan Cup with a shootout victory over Greece, the USA Women’s National Team has traveled…
USA Women’s National Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian has announced the roster for the upcoming Kunshan Cup in Kunshan, China. The tourney…
Maggie Steffens is one of a trio of Olympians that are finalists for the 2017 Cutino Award.
Thank you to Jeff Cable of USAWP for sharing the United States Olympic Women’s Water Polo Team’s moments in Rio with us this week.
The United States became the first women’s team to win back-to-back gold medals in Olympic water polo history.
The U.S. defeated Hungary and will contest the gold medal final against Italy on Friday.
Team USA began the quest to defend its title on Tuesday with a dominant 11-4 win over Spain in Group B pool play at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre.
Adam Krikorian, the head coach of the American women’s water polo team, will be going back to spend the weekend with his family after his brother’s death, returning for their first match on Tuesday.
Watch the SwimSwam interview with U.S. Olympic Women’s Water Polo Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian, right after he named the 13 athletes who will represent Team USA in Rio.
USA Water Polo announced the 13 players who will make up Team USA at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro during a press conference at LA84 Foundation on Thursday.
The USA Women’s National Team wrapped up a three game series with Australia in front of a standing room only crowd at Dos Pueblos High School, winning 8-7.
The United States of America became the first team in history to hold Olympic, World Championship, World Cup and World League crowns at the same time when it beat Netherlands 5-4 in the final tonight.
Team USA got off to a quick start on a goal from Kami Craig (Santa Barbara, CA/USC/Santa Barbara) in the opening minute for a 1-0 lead.
In a rematch of the 2012 Olympic Games gold medal final and the quarterfinals of the 2013 FINA World Championships, the latest chapter of the USA-Spain rivalry unfolded in Kazan earlier tonight.
The USA Women’s Senior National Team cruised into the quarterfinals of the FINA World Championships with a 12-7 win over Hungary.