Rolling for its seventh consecutive win, No. 2 Stanford women’s water polo (7-0, 1-0 MPSF) sunk No. 11 UC Davis (6-8, 0-0 Big West) with a huge 17-6 victory on Saturday afternoon.
Following a week off, No. 2 Stanford women’s water polo (6-0, 1-0 MPSF) looks to preserve their undefeated record as they return to play Saturday at No. 11 UC Davis (6-6, 0-0 Big West).
A big weekend lies ahead for Stanford’s No. 2 ranked women’s water polo team (3-0) as they prepare to host the Stanford Invitational. This weekend’s first matchup will be against the No. 8 ranked University of Michigan Wolverines (2-2) on Saturday at 10:15AM PST. The Cardinal will also play the No. 19 ranked Indiana Hoosiers (1-3) and No. 4 ranked Berkeley (3-0) later in the tournament.
The women’s water polo team, which finished 20-4 overall last season and lost in the NCAA championship game, kicked off its summer training after spring quarter finals.
No. 2 women’s water polo (20-4) had dominated almost every team on its way to the NCAA Championship game.
Stanford women’s water polo is gearing up to take on the MPSF championships, starting with No. 20 San Jose State on Friday at 11 a.m. The game is make-it-or-break-it for the Cardinal, as they dive directly into the elimination rounds.
The blazing Arizona sun was mostly covered on Sunday afternoon as No. 1 Stanford Cardinal women’s water polo took on No. 6 Arizona State in Tempe. The clouds must have been a lucky charm for the Stanford squad, who managed to outdo their opponents in a whopping 10-4 victory.
Huddled around the pool deck in Indianapolis, the Stanford women’s water polo team looked calm and professional, imagining what it would be like to make history. That day was more than just a chance at a national championship for Stanford—a win would put Stanford at 113 NCAA titles, tied for first all time with UCLA.