The 2015 men’s varsity water polo season comes to a conclusion as National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Champion the University of California-Los Angelescompleted a perfect season and tops the Men’s Varsity Week 14/December 9/Final Top 20 Poll.
The third European round of the Women’s Water Polo World League 2016, held in Troyes (FRA), Athens (GRE) and Barcelona (ESP) on Tuesday December 8, saw the Spanish squad take the lead of Group B, totalling 8 points.
Greg Mescall highlights the NCAA, congratulates high school champions, and showcases a goalie who can make a save with his foot.
The USA Men’s and Women’s Senior National Teams will finish 2015 with a flurry of competition as some of the best teams in the world head to Southern California to take on Team USA.
The third round of the FINA Men’s Water Polo World League 2016 went underway on December 1 in six European cities. Squads from Greece, Serbia and Italy were the strongest of their respective groups while Romania, Spain and Russia also won their games.
The USA Women’s National Team wrapped up a three game series with Australia in front of a standing room only crowd at Dos Pueblos High School, winning 8-7.
A capacity crowd filled the Coggan Family Aquatics Center last night to see the USA Women’s National Team edge Australia 8-7. Rachel Fattal scored 3 goals in the match including the game winner with 2:54 to play in the fourth to give the United States the win.
The Netherlands and Russia remain their respective groups’ leaders after the second round of the FINA Women’s Water Polo World League 2016, held on Tuesday November 24 in various European cities.
The No. 1 team in the country remains without dispute in the National Top 20, while changes come from top to bottom in the Division III and Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Top 10 Polls
Joseph Henry Kayes, a professional water polo player from New Zealand, has issued an appeal to the Court of Arbitration…
The USA Women’s Senior National Team won two of their last three games at the ‘Water Polo In Rio’ event in Brazil. Team USA earned second place today after losing to Australia 13-10 in a shootout.
The University of California-Los Angeles, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges and Brown University retain the No. 1 positions.
Powerhouses Hungary, Greece, Serbia and Italy won their respective matches of the second round of the FINA Water Polo World League 2016 on Tuesday November 17, giving them all 6 points for winning both matches (round 1 + round 2).
The USA Women’s Senior National Team bounced back from a loss to Australia on Saturday with an 11-5 win over China earlier today.
For just the second time in tournament play, and third time overall in 2015, the USA Women’s Senior National Team suffered a loss in 2015 falling to Australia 13-6 earlier today.