The Indiana water polo team completed their second leg of the Triton Invitational on Sunday evening. In both of their games, the Hoosiers trailed at halftime. Second half surges in both contests led No. 17 Indiana to victory, each by a score of 8-6.
From February 16-21, some of the world’s best water polo players will assemble in Texas for the FINA Women’s Water Polo World League Intercontinental Tournament. The six-day event runs Tuesday through Sunday, in Lewisville, which is about 40km (25 miles) north of Dallas, USA.
The Indiana water polo team opened the Triton Invitational with a 1-1 showing on the first day of competition. The No. 17 Hoosiers began with an 11-3 loss at the hands of No. 19 UC San Diego, and followed with a 7-4 win over the Santa Clara Broncos.
But if there’s any time for the Hoosiers to make progress, it’s now — on the road for the third time this season, and for the second time out west. It’s where Indiana is most comfortable.
The Big Ten Network will televise the Michigan-Harvard water polo game on Saturday, April 9.
The Indiana water polo team concluded their run at the Bruno Classic by splitting their final two games of the invitational.
The Hoosiers wrapped up the first day of the Bruno Classic with two decisive victories. They began the day with a win over No. 16 Wagner, followed by a dominating 15-7 victory over conference foe Brown.
The No. 7 University of Michigan water polo team (10-3) earned two more wins over top 10 opponents to finish in third place at the Stanford Invite.
The No. 13 Hoosiers head to the Bruno Classic in Providence, Rhode Island, where they’ll meet against fellow CWPA rivals Brown and No. 21 Harvard in between matches with No. 16 Wagner and No. 20 Marist.
Greg Mescall highlights the Team USA scrimmage vs. UCLA, explores the new Men’s Golden Coast Conference and checks out John Mann’s intense snowball fight.
The second year of the USA Water Polo Men’s National League is set to begin this February 20 at Segerstrom High School in Santa Ana, CA. Eight teams will be competing over four competition weekends with rosters including several members of the USA Men’s Senior National Team as they prepare for the 2016 Olympic Games.
The sites of 2021 and 2023 World Championships, along with FINA’s Best Athletes of the Year, will be announced Sunday at FINA’s World Aquatics Gala.
Greg Mescall talks about the European Championship, highlights some recent Women’s College scores and revisits National Hug Day.
After a 3-2 start to the season, Michigan will play its first home games of the year on Saturday and Sunday when they welcome five teams to Ann Arbor for the Michigan Invitational.