The USA Water Polo Hall of Fame, a collection of excellence in the sport of water polo, returns in 2014 to induct four deserving individuals in conjunction with the USAWP National Awards Dinner.
The USA Men’s Senior National Team finished the Volvo Cup 0-3 after losing to Hungary 12-5 earlier today. Bret Bonanni (Huntington Beach, CA/Stanford/Stanford) scored three goals and Drew Holland (Orinda, CA/Stanford/Lamorinda) posted eight saves in the loss.
The USA Men’s National Team lost their second straight match in Volvo Cup play, falling to Germany 20-12 earlier today.
Alex Bowen and Bret Bonanni scored three goals each while McQuin Baron and Drew Holland split time in net recording nine saves.
USA Water Polo’s Annual Awards dinner is set for April 5 at the Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center in Irvine, California in conjunction with the USA Water Polo Hall Of Fame Induction.
The USA Men’s Senior National Team will kick off their 2014 competition schedule with a visit to Sznolnok, Hungary to take part in the Volvo Cup this February. Team USA will meet Serbia, Germany, and Hungary in three matches from February 7-9.
“It’s great that in Hollywood they appreciate the excellence of our nation’s best athletes and give them the opportunity to meet, mingle and chat with the greatest actors of our time,” said Brant Feldman, CEO of American Management Group.
Ryan Lochte has been named the FINA World Swimmer of the Year for the 2nd time in three years.
Water Polo photos are courtesy of USA Water Polo / Jonathan Moore.
Alex Bowen (featured image) scored his first goal of the game on a power play with a minute to play in the period evening the match at 4-4 headed to the fourth.
Betsey Armstrong, USA Water Polo, helps Team USA net win at FINA World Cup Qualification.
The USA Men’s Senior National Team opened the FINA World Cup Qualification with an 11-6 victory over Canada at the Santa Ana YMCA.
The USA Men’s and Women’s Senior National Teams are set to host Canada this week in best-of-three series at the FINA World Cup qualification.
The victory capped a 5-0 run at the tournament for the United States as they prepare for the FINA World Cup qualifier this week with Canada.
The USA Women’s Senior National Team moved to 4-0 in Holiday Cup play and is just one victory away from a championship.