With the 2020 collegiate women’s water polo season beginning in earnest this weekend, SwimSwam breaks down the top headlines from the offseason.
Croatia was the first team to book its spot to the quarters, though they almost blew their win against the Montenegrins.
For the first time since April 2, 2018 the USA Women’s National Team was on the losing end of a water polo match, falling 10-9 to Australia.
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 USA Women’s National Team ran their record winning streak to 69 straight matches with a 10-9 victory over Australia to begin their 2020 schedule.
Host Hungary upended the Russians while Italy suffered another 6-goal defeat, this time from the Netherlands.
Water Polo Australia (WPA) announced on Friday that they will be joining the fight against the rampant bushfires, currently tearing through their country.
The Italian team opened its campaign in Budapest with a fine win over Greece, the world champions were really convincing in the second half.
In the first highlighted match of the tournament Spain didn’t leave any chance to Italy and earned a comfortable 16-10 win.
All six favourites claimed multiple-goal wins on the opening day of the women’s tournament at the 34th European Championships in Budapest.
Mount Saint Mary’s has announced the addition of men’s and women’s water polo as varsity sports beginning in the 2020-21 school year.
For a record fifth time, Budapest will stage the European Water Polo Championships from Sunday. The two-week spectacle takes place in the renowned Duna Arena.
The Cal women’s water polo program made a statement for its future by signing a nine-member recruiting class.
Currently riding an overall 68-game winning streak, the USA Women will meet the Australian National Team in a three-game series on January 14, 16 and 18th.
Team USA finished play in Italy with a 1-2 record taking third place after a win over Greece and losses to the Hungarians and the Italians.