In light of the termination of USC water polo coach Jovan Vavic, Casey Moon has been tabbed interim head coach for the women. The men’s roster now lists Marko Pintaric as interim head coach.
The Euro League Final Four will take place April 19-20 April, while the clashes for the LEN Trophy are scheduled for April 12-13.
Eight squads (Hungary, Russia, Spain, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Croatia and Serbia) qualified to take part in the first ever edition of the FINA/LEN Water Polo World League Europa Cup Final Men 2019 in Zagreb, Croatia, from April 5-7.
The University of Southern California has fired 15-time national water polo coach of the year Jovan Vavic and senior associate athletic director Donna Heinel after the two were indicted in federal court today for their roles in a scheme prosecutors say helped students cheat college entrance exams and admissions processes.
Week 7 of collegiate water polo action featured 15 matches between ranked teams, including four Top 10 battles. #1 USC…
Greece’s Vouliagmeni caused the biggest upset of the season by eliminating title-holder Kirishi (RUS) in a thriller. They join fellow Olympiacos in the Final Four.
The 2019 Men’s National League begins tomorrow at the William Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine, California. Ahead of the competition, team rosters have been announced for all clubs competing this weekend.
Week 7 action is already in full swing with 16 contests having been played between Monday and Thursday. The first of four Top 10 matches was played on Thursday as #1 USC bested #8 UC Irvine on the road.
Winning by nine goals a fortnight ago in Sant Andreu ensures a peaceful return game for Olympiacos in Piraeus as the 2010-2011 champions are set to return to the Euro League F4.
Including 20 performances of four or more scores, here is a look at some of the standout efforts of collegiate water polo Week 6 and conference player of the week honorees.
The four Top 25 upsets on Week 6 resulted in the involved parties switching spots in the rankings on Week 7.
The Game Day 10 of the FINA Women’s Water Polo World League 2019, as part of the European qualification phase, was played last night (Tuesday March 5) in Szentes (HUN) and Rotterdam (NED) respectively.
With 21 of the CWPA Top 25 teams in action on Week 6 and 24 contests involving two ranked squads, just four ended in upsets, but two came among the top 10.
2004 Olympian and veteran National Team pipeline coach Brett Ormsby joins University of the Pacific Head Coach James Graham as the Head Coaches for the USA Men and Women respectively leading Team USA into the 30th Summer World University Games in July.
24 contests involve two Top 25 teams, including Top 10 affairs between #6 Pacific and #7 Michigan and #3 Cal and #4 UCLA. Tournaments are slated for Bloomington, Indiana; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Pomona, Claremont and LaVerne, California; Ann Arbor, Michigan; and Springfield, Ohio.