The Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) releases the Men’s Varsity National Top 20, Division III Top 10, Northeast Water Polo Conference (NEWPC) Top Five and Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference (MAWPC) Top Five Week 10/November 8 Polls for the 2017 season.
The 2017 Collegiate Cup ended in thrilling fashion earlier today at Fresno State as the New York Athletic Club took first place with an 8-7 shootout win over Stanford.
The Champions League and the Euro League winners added the Super Cup trophies to their respective treasuries in the finals held back-to-back in Budapest.
Perhaps for the last time this year all eyes from the water polo family will be set on Budapest: site of this summer’s World Championships and also that of three European Cup finals, the Hungarian capital hosts both the men’s and women’s Super Cup finals on Saturday.
The University of Southern California remains at No. 1 this week as the National Top 20 experiences significant changes in positions No. 12-to-20 from the October 25 voting.
A chippy gold medal match saw both teams disqualified at the FINA World Men’s Water Polo Development Trophy tournament, giving bronze medal match winner Uruguay the gold.
The opening of the main round couldn’t have been any more shocking as last season’s runner-up and 2016 winner Jug Dubrovnik (CRO) was beaten by newcomer Dynamo Moscow (RUS).
For the first time, eight venues will witness Champions League action on one day: the expanded edition of the world’s premium water polo competition kicks off on Wednesday with a series of brilliant battles in sight.
Indiana head water polo coach Ryan Castlehas unveiled the road map for the Hoosiers’ 2018 spring season.
The Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) releases the Men’s Varsity National Top 20, Division III Top 10, Northeast Water Polo Conference (NEWPC) Top Five and Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference (MAWPC) Top Five Week 7/October 18 Polls for the 2017 season.
CN Sabadell has made the Champions League main round for the first time, doubling the number of Spanish participants in the world’s top water polo club competition. OSC Budapest (HUN) will return to the big stage, just as Brescia (ITA) and – after being absent in the last season – Jadran Herceg Novi (MNE).
Eight clubs are 32 minutes away from making the Champions League main round but only four can join the elite circles.
The 6th edition of the FINA World Men’s Water Polo Development Trophy kicks-off tomorrow October 17 in Gzira (MLT).
Both Hungarian sides, title-holder Ferencvaros and newcomer Miskolc reached the quarter-finals, just as Italy’s Verona and Croatia’s Jadran Split.
OSC (HUN) will almost surely continue its adventure in the main round for the third consecutive year after a decisive win in Volgograd (RUS).