The USA Men’s Senior National Team placed fifth at the FINA World League Super Final after defeating Canada, 14-11. Jack…
Alex Bowen: “I haven’t scored that many goals before in a tournament. I’m pretty excited. We started working a lot for each other and sacrificing the body for everyone else…”
Coach Udovicic: “This is the worst way you can lose a game because we did not play anything. This is terrible. This is our worst performance of the tournament today. We must change. Yes, we have 10 guys from college. Nobody cares about this. I don’t care about this. There is no reason to play like this today.”
Josh Samuels: “We started a little slow. But attacked harder towards the end. I still need to get a little bit more used to European players, which playing in Montenegro has helped with. As a team we just need to always start strong.”
The USA Men’s Senior National Team concluded day two of the FINA World League Super Final with a loss to…
Alex Bowen led the offense with three goals before being rolled from the match.
The Super Final of the 13th FINA Men’s Water Polo World League will take place at Dubai’s splendid Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Sports Complex (UAE) from June 16-21, 2014.
The USA Women’s Senior National Team won gold at the 2014 FINA World League Super Final following a 10-8 victory over Italy.
WATER POLO: USA Women Will Play For Gold At FINA World League Super Final After 13-4 Defeat Of Australia
The USA Women were in control of the semifinal match from the start. They opened up a 4-0 lead in the first period on scores from Alys Williams.
The USA Women’s National Team blazed into the semifinal round of the FINA World League Super Final with an 11-1…
USA Men’s Senior National Team Head Coach Dejan Udovicic has announced his roster for the upcoming FINA World League Super Final set for Dubai this June 16-21.
Kaleigh Gilchrist and Kiley Neushul scored two goals in victory while Sami Hill went the distance in net.
Alys Williams scored four goals to lead the offensive outburst while Sami Hill posted nine saves in net.
The overall winner will receive US$50’000 in prize money and a total US$262’500 will be divided among the 14 participating teams.
The final game of the USA-Serbia Exhibition Series took place today at Stanford’s Avery Stadium. Serbia won the game with a final score of 16-11.