The USA Women’s National Team held off a couple of rallies from Canada before pulling away for a 14-7 victory on day two of the Olympic Qualification Tournament.
The USA Water Polo Women’s National Team – the world’s top ranked women’s water polo team – will attempt to qualify for the upcoming 2016 Rio Olympic Games this Saturday at 4:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN, as NBC Sports Group provides unprecedented coverage of the FINA Women’s Water Polo Olympic Qualification Tournament.
The USA Water Polo Women’s National Team delivered a convincing victory to open play at the 2016 Olympic Qualification Tournament topping Japan 18-1 earlier today at Groenhovenbad in Gouda, Netherlands.
The No. 5 Michigan water polo team downed No. 13 Pacific and No. 23 Marist on Sunday (March 20) at the Arizona State Invite to close out its nonconference portion of the schedule with a 19-6 record.
Harsher penalties to deter misconduct fouls are coming to men’s and women’s water polo during the 2016-17 academic year.
For the first time the USA Water Polo Men’s National League leaves the state of California as Week 2 action heads to Henderson, Nevada and the Henderson Multigenerational Pool this Saturday and Sunday. The New York Athletic Club and USA Blue lead the standings tied for first place after Week 1 competition.
The No. 5 University of Michigan water polo team will travel to Tempe, Ariz. this weekend for the ASU Invitational on Saturday (Mar. 19) and Sunday (Mar. 20).
After a tough 14-13 loss to UC San Diego in sudden victory on Saturday afternoon, the No. 16 Hoosiers (11-5) retook the pool hoping to end the weekend on the upswing.
The No. 16 Hoosiers (10-5) split their first two games at the 2016 Aztec Invitational on Saturday afternoon at the Aztec Aquaplex. Indiana opened the day with a morning competition against the Chapman Panthers, which they won handily, 13-5.
The USA Water Polo Women’s National Team has long planned on defending their Olympic Gold Medal this summer in Brazil, but first they have to qualify.
Six team pillars developed by Dr. Marcelo Leonardi have contributed to the rise of the Michigan water polo program.
This weekend, the 16th-ranked Hoosiers return to southern California for their last away invitational of the season, the Aztec Invitational at San Diego State University.
The No. 5 University of Michigan water polo team (15-5) suffered its first home loss of the year in a top-five matchup with No. 2 UCLA, but bounced back with a season-high 19 goals against George Washington to finish the weekend 3-1.
With three weeks of uninterrupted training between their last slate of games, the Triton Invitational, and this weekend’s Harvard Invitational, the No. 19 Hoosiers (8-4) were eager to take the weekend by storm.