Reigning Division I and Division III national champs, Cal and Pomona-Pitzer, lead the Collegiate Water Polo Week 3 polls.
The Trojan goalie had a breakout performance in USC’s win against Navy, blocking two 5-meter penalty shots on the way to a 14-save performance in a 14-5 win.
Taylor joins the Hoosiers’ program after a four-year stint at Whittier College as an assistant coach for men’s and women’s water polo.
The Trojans followed a rare loss by defeating host No. 6 UC Davis 12-4, and then took down No. 20 Navy 14-5 to improve to 8-2 overall on the year.
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The Golden Bears have had an undefeated start to the season, including victories over Pacific, UC San Diego and Pepperdine on the weekend.
Casabella played an integral role in the Bears’ three victories over top-15 opponents over the weekend, tallying 11 goals, seven assists and two steals.
The grad student scored a season-high six goals in USC’s overtime win over Long Beach State.
The Israeli women earned their first-ever World Championship bid after placing sixth overall at the 2022 European Women’s Water Polo Championships.
After 11 did so last year, 16 U.S. National Team members will compete in the 2022-23 European club season.
The Falcons opened with a 15-10 win over Pomona-Pitzer on Day 2 and then dropped a one-goal game 11-10 to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
The Presidents fell by an 11-6 score to Johns Hopkins before suffering an 18-8 setback to the University of Toronto.
USC improves to 6-1 overall after dominant showings against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer.
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