The U.S. Olympic Men’s Water Polo Team will not advance to the knockout stages in Rio but they finished with a strong final match, defeating Italy, 10-7.
The quarterfinal matches at the 2016 Olympic women’s water polo tournament have been rearranged on Monday. The Americans will now play the hosts of Brazil in the day’s first match, rather than its last.
Here is the quick wrap-up of Day 3 of pool play in the women’s water polo tournament in Rio. With only eight teams, all will pass through to quarterfinals but the teams’ standings will determine their seedings.
Rachel Fattal and the rest of the U.S. Olympic Women’s Water Polo Team won their third game to lead Group B in the standings and qualify for the quarterfinals in Rio.
After beating Spain 11 to 4 in their opening Group B match in Rio, the U.S. Olympic Women’s Water Polo Team did away with their second opponents in similar fashion, taking down China 12 to 2 to move to 2-0 in pool play.
Two big upsets marked Day 3 competition in men’s water polo: Brazil edged Serbia and Croatia lost to Spain.
The U.S. Olympic Men’s Water Polo Team kept its hopes alive, notching its first Group B win with a 6-3 victory over France.
Team USA began the quest to defend its title on Tuesday with a dominant 11-4 win over Spain in Group B pool play at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre.
In men’s water polo, the home team blew out Japan to claim sole possession of the Group A lead on the second day of action.
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A Serbia-Hungary tie highlighted yesterday’s water polo competition, along with a victory for Croatia over the American men.
Adam Krikorian, the head coach of the American women’s water polo team, will be going back to spend the weekend with his family after his brother’s death, returning for their first match on Tuesday.
Despite 2 goals from their captain Tony Azevedo, the American men fell in their opening match of the 2016 Olympics.
The U.S. Olympic Men’s Water Polo made their final stop on the ‘Road To Rio’ a memorable one as they defeated Montenegro 10-9 at the University of Houston.