Topic: Men’s Water Polo

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After successful invite, m. water polo looks ahead to tough schedule

September 9, 2010 0 comments

The men’s water polo team still has plenty more games to play, but it is confident following two wins at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Invitational on Saturday. Led by Svetozar Stefanovic ’13, who returns after a standout freshman year, the Bears (2-0) handed Cal Lutheran (0-4) an 11-6 defeat and beat the Boston Metro Elite club team 11-7.

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Glick ’10 brings power plays to pool

April 22, 2010 0 comments

Women’s water polo tri-captain Sarah Glick ’10 may only be 5 feet 4 inches tall, but she’s been a huge part of the team in her time at Brown. Glick ranks as the all-time leader in points in a season and a career at Brown, as her 82 goals and 72 assists this season have raised her career totals to 282 goals and 257 assists. This past week, she scored nine goals, including five in her last home game, a 14-10 victory over Harvard.

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W. water polo clinches spot at Easterns

April 21, 2010 0 comments

After an overtime loss to No. 11 Hartwick on Saturday, the women’s water polo team bounced back to beat Harvard, 14-10, at home on Sunday. With the victory over Harvard — who had beaten Brown just the week before — the Bears clinched an automatic berth to the Eastern Championship.

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W. water polo leaves California with six wins, six losses

April 7, 2010 0 comments

No. 20 Brown headed to California for spring break and went 6-6 in 12 games. Highlights included an upset victory over No. 19 Cal State at Bakersfield and a 7-6 overtime win against Cal State at San Bernadino on the final day of competition.

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W. water polo goes 3-1 over weekend

March 24, 2010 0 comments

After a disappointing loss on Saturday, the women’s water polo team fought hard on Sunday to end their four-game series at the Red Fox Invitational at Marist on a high note, finishing the weekend 3–1.

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Strength in players, not in numbers, for w. water polo

March 4, 2010 0 comments

The women’s water polo team is aiming high this season, and a strong start has given the Bears cause for optimism. Bruno has started 8-1 and is ranked No. 17 in the country after avenging its only loss by beating then-No. 17 Princeton, 10-9, to win the ECAC Championship in the Tigers’ own pool on Sunday.