WASHINGTON, Pa. – Playing shorthanded without any substitutes available, the Connecticut College men's water polo team defeated Monmouth, 19-14, for its first CWPA victory of the season on Sunday morning at Washington & Jefferson.
WASHINGTON, Pa. – The Connecticut College men’s water polo team dropped its opening CWPA matches at Washington & Jefferson on Saturday. The Camels were set back by Gannon, 20-9, and Mercyhurst by an 18-12 score.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – Five different players found the back of the net and junior Tanner Michaelis (Ramona, Calif.) made several saves from point-blank range as the Connecticut College men’s water polo team won its home opener by an 11-8 score over Penn State Behrend on Saturday morning.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Connecticut College men’s water polo team dropped both of its matches at the Bruno Classic Tournament, which is being hosted by Brown University over the weekend. The Camels first fell to Cal Lutheran, 16-6, before coming up short in a 10-5 decision against the host Bears.
ERIE, Pa. – Connecticut College men’s water polo juniors Arturo Freitas (Weston, Fla.) and Sean King (La Cañada, Calif.) have been named Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) Division III All-America Honorable Mention selections, as announced by the organization.
Men’s Water Polo Sweeps Away Competition on Final Day at MAWPC-West Region Championships; Will Carry Positive Momentum Into Next Season
ERIE, Pa. – The Connecticut College men’s water polo team finished fifth at the MAWPC-West Region Championships by winning both of its matches on Sunday morning and afternoon. The Camels first rolled past Monmouth, 16-4, before earning a thrilling 14-13 overtime victory over Washington & Jefferson in the fifth-place match to conclude tournament play.
ERIE, Pa. – The Connecticut College men’s water polo team fell to Mercyhurst by a 13-7 score in the opening match of the Mid-Atlantic West Region Championships for both programs on Saturday afternoon.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College men’s water polo play wrapped up a busy weekend with a 17-10 loss to Gannon on Sunday morning at Lott Natatorium.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College men’s water polo team dropped a pair of games on the opening day of a home tournament at the Lott Natatorium. The Camels fell to Mercyhurst, 14-5, and Salem University by a 16-12 score.
BRONX, N.Y. – The Connecticut College men’s water polo team dropped a pair of matches to Division I opponents on Saturday afternoon at Fordham’s Messmore Aquatic Center. The Camels fell to the host Rams, 18-1, in the morning before losing by a 13-6 decision to Iona later in the day.