The USA Women’s Senior National Team moved to 3-0 at the Holiday Cup with a convincing 11-4 win over Russia earlier tonight at Foothill High School.
The USA Women’s Senior National Team moved to 2-0 at the 2013 Holiday Cup with a 15-11 victory over Canada on Thursday evening.
The USA Women’s Senior National Team got off to a good start at the 2013 Holiday Cup, topping the Netherlands 12-9 at Foothill High School.
Jack Kocur: “I am thankful that Coach Udovicic and the USA Water Polo Federation trust in my ability to help this program achieve excellence and am thrilled for the opportunity to continue working under one of the best coaches in the world.”
The USA Men’s and Women’s Senior National Teams will be in action this month when the Holiday Cup and qualifications for the FINA World Cup hit Southern California.
“We are fortunate to bring together coaches of this caliber to help guide our national teams and build the necessary foundation for our pipeline,” said Udovicic, USA Men’s Senior National Team Head Coach.
Azevedo: “One of questions I am asked most often is how to best prepare for important games, and knowing how to get in the zone is essential. For me, “being in the zone” is playing consistently well, doing whatever it takes to win, and playing selflessly for the team.”
The USA Women’s Senior National Team is set to compete at the Canada Cup this December 2-8 in Gatineau, Canada. Team USA will take on Canada and Australia twice before the championship on December 8.
Despite a tornado warning that delayed the start of the boys division championship game, the event was a great success with the boys of Vanguard winning their first Champions Cup crown and the girls of SOCAL earning gold for the fourth time in the last five years.
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