Brazil, Canada, Cuba and the USA are the last four teams in the medal race after Thursday’s women’s water polo quarterfinal matches at the Pan Am Games.
The United States and Canada won Group A and Group B respectively with 3-0 records in the preliminary round of women’s water polo at the Pan American Games.
After three days of pool play, the United States and Brazil came out as the group winners in men’s water polo action, each finishing at 3-0.
Austin Ringheim, assistant head coach at Austin College, has been named as the MIT water polo head coach and physical education and wellness instructor.
The USA men’s and women’s water polo claimed their respective Group A titles at the 2019 Pan American Games with wins on Tuesday.
The USA Men’s Water Polo Team moved to 2-0 in group play with a key 13-11 victory over Canada, while the women pummeled Brazil 20-4 to stay perfect at 2-0.
USA Women’s Water Polo opened play at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru with a 23-3 win over Puertro Rico, while the American men topped Cuba 21-6.
Paige Hauschild is out for USA Water Polo recovering from a laceration that required stitches after last weekend’s nightclub collapse in Gwangju, South Korea.
The USA Water Polo Men’s and Women’s National Teams have arrived in Peru for the 2019 Pan American Games with competition starting on Sunday.
Wagner head men’s and women’s water polo coach Chris Radmonovich will step down following a nine-year coaching career with the Seahawks.
The United States women’s water polo team claimed its sixth World Championship title, while Italy was crowned as the men’s champion for the fourth time.
The inaugural edition of the men’s U15 European Water Polo Championships saw Hungary win the title in a one-sided final against Montenegro.
Italy captured its fourth men’s water polo World Championship on Saturday with a 10-5 win over Spain. The Italians also won gold in 1978, 1994 and 2011.
Gilchrist was one of four USA Water Polo players present Saturday when the second floor of nightclub Coyote Ugly collapsed in Gwangju.
The United States claimed its third straight women’s water polo World Championship crown and sixth overall with an 11-6 win over Spain on Friday.