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2017-18 NAVY ATHLETICS

2018 NAVY water polo MEDIA GUIDE

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2018 NAVY water polo Table of Contents / Schedule / Quick Facts Table of Contents

Table of Contents / Schedule / Quick Facts 1 Head Coach Luis Nicolao 2 Assistant Coaches / Support Staff 3 Roster 4 Midshipmen Profiles 5-10 Team Results / Stats 11 Yearly Records / Series Records 12 Series Results 13-15 Year-By-Year Results 16-20 Letterwinners / Captains 21 All-Time Accolades / Honors 22-23 Record Book 24 NCAA Tournament History 25 Conference Tournament History 26 Collegiate Water Polo Association 27 Water Polo History 28

Location Annapolis, Md. Enrollment 4,400 Founded 1845 Conference Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference Colors Navy Blue (PMS 282) and Gold (4525) Nickname Midshipmen, Mids Superintendent Vice Adm. Walter “Ted” Carter, USN Commandant Capt. Robert Chadwick, USN Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk Facilities Scott Natatorium, Lejeune Hall

Team Information

Starters Returning / Lost Letterwinners Returning / Lost Team Captain

Admission

Admission to all Navy water polo games are free of charge and will be played at Scott Natatorium, unless noted for Lejeune Hall.

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On The Web

For the latest information on Navy water polo including stats, rosters, news and schedules, visit the official web site of Midshipmen athletics at NavySports.com. In addition, Twitter updates for select home games will be available at Navy Athletics’ official Twitter page @NavyAthletics.

Webstreaming

Selected water polo matches will be streamed live with video airing on the Patriot League Network. The PLN is a free video service and can be access at NavySports.com and PatriotLeague.org.

Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference

Season Recap

Overall Record MAWPC East Record (Place) MAWPC Tournament Finish

Coaching Information

Head Coach Alma Mater Career Record (Years) Record at Navy (Years) Assistant Coach Alma Mater Vol. Assistant Coach Alma Mater

10-16 1-9 (5th) 5th

Luis Nicolao Navy, 1992 402-163 (.712) / 20 years 0-0 (.000) / 0 years Tom Popp Navy, 1989 Joe Donahue Navy, 2004

The MAWPC operates under the umbrella of Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA). The CWPA’s media relations office is located in Bridgeport, Pa. Ed Haas (Director of Communications) serves as the office contact. The league office number is 610277-6787 and the web site is CollegiateWaterPolo.com. Haas’ email is haas@collegiatewaterpolo.org.

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2018 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 Iona 1 (Lejeune Hall) 10:15 a.m. Sept. 1 Lindenwood 1 (Lejeune Hall) (Exhibition) 4:30 p.m. Sept. 2 Princeton 1 (Lejeune Hall) 9:00 a.m. Sept. 2 Fordham 1 (Lejeune Hall) 2:00 p.m. 8:45 a.m. Sept. 8 vs. Air Force 2 Sept. 9 vs. Harvard 2 10:00 a.m. 2 1:45 p.m. Sept. 9 vs. Stanford Sept. 15 vs. LaSalle 3 3:00 p.m. 3 Sept. 15 vs. Salem 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Sept. 16 vs. Wagner • 3 Sept. 16 vs. Mercyhurst 3 2:15 p.m. Sept. 22 at LaSalle 3:00 p.m. Sept. 23 at Fordham • 4:00 p.m. Sept. 28 LaSalle 7:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. Sept. 29 at Johns Hopkins • Sept. 29 Bucknell • (Lejeune Hall) 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Oct. 5 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 4 4 Oct. 5 at Pomona-Pitzer 10:00 p.m. 4 Oct. 6 vs. Cal Baptist 2:40 p.m. 6:40 p.m. Oct. 6 at La Verne 4 Oct. 7 at Loyola Marymount 1:00 p.m. Oct. 19 at George Washington • 7:00 p.m. Nov. 3 Wagner • 12:00 p.m. Nov. 3 Fordham • 6:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. Nov. 4 at Bucknell • Nov. 10 Johns Hopkins • (Lejeune Hall) 3:00 p.m. Nov. 10 George Washington • (Lejeune Hall) 8:00 p.m. 5 Nov. 16 MAWPC Quarterfinals TBD 5 Nov. 17 MAWPC Semifinals TBD Nov. 18 MAWPC Finals 5 TBD Tournament Key 1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Princeton Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – Bison Invitational (Lewisburg, Pa.) 4 – Gary Troyer Invitational (Claremont, Calif.) 5 – Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference Championship (Bronx, N.Y.) All times are Eastern | Home games played at Scott Natatorium unless otherwise indicated • – Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference Game

Chris Whitehead Mark Leddy Phil Hoffmann

Navy Water Polo Breakdown 2017 Stats Career Stats

Water Polo History

First Year of Water Polo 1982 All-Time Record 771-323 (.705) / 36 years NCAA Appearances (Years) 14 (1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992 1993, 1994, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008) Best Finish 3rd place (2007) All-Time NCAA Tournament Record 6-31 (.162) All-Time Record vs. Eastern Teams 649-166 (.796) CWPA / MAWPC Tournament Record 76-34 (.691) CWPA / MAWPC Tournament Titles 9 (1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008)

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Letterwinners Returning (9) 1 Francis Kim 1A Ronan Williams 4 Alex Piecuch 16 Trevor Clark 17 Cole Jacobs 18 Nate Reiff 21 Andrew Shashin 22 Jake Haines 23 Crawford Smith

VL Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. G A Pts. G A Pts. * GK 6-1 180 Sr. 167 Saves; .524 Pct. 185 Saves; .521 Pct. ** GK 6-3 160 Jr. 89 Saves; .464 Pct. 287 Saves; .446 Pct. ** CB 6-3 215 Jr. 4 5 9 8 8 16 ** UT 6-6 215 Jr. 10 6 16 19 9 28 * CB 6-5 191 So. 6 5 11 6 5 11 * A 6-1 170 Jr. 26 8 34 31 13 44 * UT 6-4 205 So. 18 4 22 18 4 22 * A 6-1 175 So. 5 3 8 5 3 8 * A 5-10 170 So. 14 2 16 14 2 16

Letterwinners Lost (11) VL Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. – Ian Bagent *** UT 6-3 200 – – Taylor Bernhardt *** A 5-11 191 – – Jared Castillo *** CF 6-0 220 – – Nik Galvan * UT 5-10 180 – – Gabe Gaspar * A 6-0 185 – – J.B. Lee *** A 6-0 175 – – Jack Robinson *** LH 6-0 175 – – Matt Skowronski **** UT 6-0 190 – – Conor Sullivan * C 6-4 210 – – Shepherd Warren ** UT 6-0 155 – – Tyler Zimmerman *** A 6-0 190 –

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Pts. 13 27 21 23 18 12 19 24 20 9 6

G A Pts. 12 14 26 16 42 58 88 15 103 33 9 42 18 15 33 25 26 51 24 34 58 69 35 104 17 8 25 29 21 50 28 9 37

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2018 NAVY water polo Coaching Staff

Nicolao at a Glance

Luis Nicolao Head Coach // Navy (1992)

at Navy // 0-0 (.000) // 1st Season Overall // 402-163 (.712) // 21st Season Luis Nicolao was named the head water polo coach at the U.S. Naval Academy in January of 2018. A member of the Class of 1992, he was a standout for the Midshipmen as an athlete, earning All-America and All-East selection honors, graduating as the all-time leading scorer in Academy history. Prior to taking the helm for the Mids, Nicolao served as the head coach for both the Princeton University men’s and women’s water polo programs for 20 seasons. During his tenure with the Tigers, he posted a combined 844-312 (.730) record. Under his tutelage, the men’s team held a 402-163 (.712) overall mark, while the women amassed a 442-149 (.748) ledger. Nicolao, the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches Men’s National Coach of the Year in 2004, also has five Eastern Coach of the Year awards split between the men and the women (Men: 2004, ‘09, ‘11; Women: 2001, ‘07). Additionally, he has garnered Southern Coach of the Year honors on seven occasions (Men: 2001, ‘03, ‘08; Women: 2001, ‘05, ‘06, ‘13). He has directed the Princeton men to nine Southern titles (1999, ‘01, ‘03, ‘04, ‘08, ‘10, ‘11, ‘14, ‘15), four Eastern crowns (2004, ‘09, ‘11, ‘15) and made four NCAA Tournament appearances (2004, ‘09, ‘11, ‘15). The women have nine Southern titles to their credit (1999, ‘01, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘08, ‘12, ‘13, ‘14), four Eastern crowns (2000, ‘12, ‘13, ‘15) and three NCAA berths (2012, ‘13, ‘15). Collectively, Nicolao coached 29 Princeton student-athletes to a combined 65 All-America accolades with 15 men’s team members collecting 34 All-America honors and 14 women tallying 31 All-America distinctions. In addition, he oversaw eight men’s water polo players who earned Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Southern Player of the Year honors and a pair of CWPA Rookies of the Year. On the women’s side, Nicolao coached six different student-athletes to a total of 12 CWPA Southern Player of the Year accolades with an additional two players claiming rookie of the year laurels. Princeton went 22-6 during the 2017 season, reaching the Northeast Water Polo Conference (NWPC) Championship game. The Tigers defeated four California teams and eight ranked opponents during the 2017 campaign, finishing No. 14 in the final varsity poll. Princeton had three All-Conference performers and three All-Americans honorees. In addition, Nicolao reached 400 career wins with the men’s squad this year. On the women’s side, the Tigers finished the 2017 season at 24-4 and reached the CWPA Championship game. It was the fifth time in the last six seasons that Princeton reached the 20-win milestone. Nicolao’s unit won 12 games vs. ranked opponents and seven contests vs. California teams. Princeton had two All-Americans including goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson, who was the first player in Princeton women’s water polo history to be named first team All-America. The goalie was the third Princeton player ever to be picked as All-American in each of

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her four seasons and was the first Princeton water polo player to ever play in the Olympics, earning a gold medal in 2016. During the 2015 season, the men’s team went 22-5 overall and 8-0 in Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Southern Division play. The team went on to win the CWPA Southern Division for the second straight season and capture the CWPA Championship. In 2014, the men’s squad posted a 23-4 mark, captured their eight Southern title and advanced to their second-consecutive CWPA championship game. Three different Tigers garnered All-Southern first team and honorable mention All-America accolades. On the women’s side, the Tigers matched a program record with a 31-5 overall mark. Capturing its fourth Eastern Championship, Princeton secured its third NCAA Tournament berth, ultimately placing sixth overall. The 2013 season saw the Princeton men finished the year with a 22-6 mark, going 7-1 against Southern Division opponents. Placing third in the Southern tournament, the Orange & Black advanced to the CWPA title tilt before falling to St. Francis. On the women’s side, the Tigers posted a program record 31 wins (31-2), capturing a third consecutive Southern title (ninth overall) before eventually falling to Indiana in the CWPA championship game. The 2011-12 academic year was the most successful in Nicolao’s career, as both the men’s and the women’s teams won the CWPA Eastern Championship to earn NCAA Tournament berths. Following the men’s season, Nicolao was honored with the Monte Nitzkowski Distinguished Men’s Coaching Award from USA Water Polo. On the women’s side, the squad established several program benchmarks, culminating with the team’s second Eastern Championship and first-ever appearance in the NCAA Championship in 2012. Nicolao also earned his 300th career victory at the helm of the women’s program by virtue of a 12-6 win over Bucknell on Feb. 24, 2012. The 2015-16 campaign had the women’s water polo team posted a third-place finish in the 2016 CWPA Championship to finish 19-7 overall. Sophomores Haley Wan, Chelsea Johnson and senior Pippa Temple were named to the All-CWPA Tournament teams. Wan and Temple were also picked to the All-CWPA second team for their stellar performances during the regular season. Princeton women’s water polo finished sixth at the NCAA Tournament in 2015. The Tigers posted a 31-5 overall mark, tying a program record for wins. Capturing their third CWPA title in four seasons (fourth overall), Princeton finished tied for sixth in the final CWPA Varsity Top-20 poll, earning the best ranking in program history. In 2013, the women maintained their dominance in the CWPA going undefeated in Southern play (5-0) en route to the Southern Division title and Eastern Championship crown for the second consecutive season. Behind a 28-6 record, the Tigers advanced to their second NCAA tour-

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Coaching Experience 1998-17 2018-pres.

Head Coach / Princeton Head Coach / Navy

Year-by-Year as a Head Coach Year School 1998 Princeton 1999 Princeton 2000 Princeton 2001 Princeton 2002 Princeton 2003 Princeton 2004 Princeton 2005 Princeton 2006 Princeton 2007 Princeton 2008 Princeton 2009 Princeton 2010 Princeton 2011 Princeton 2012 Princeton 2013 Princeton 2014 Princeton 2015 Princeton 2016 Princeton 2017 Princeton 2018 Navy TOTALS (20 years)

Overall CWPA / Record MAWPC 16-9 5-2 22-3 8-0 24-10 7-1 18-7 –-– 20-9 7-1 23-4 7-1 25-6 10-0 21-10 10-0 18-8 6-2 14-15 3-5 19-10 6-2 16-12 6-2 19-8 6-2 23-10 6-2 17-12 5-3 22-6 7-1 23-4 7-1 22-5 8-0 18-9 8-2 22-6 8-2 –-– –-– 402-163 130-29

Accolades Southern Division Coach of the Year (2001, ‘03, ‘08) Dick Russell Eastern Coach of the Year (2004, ‘09, ‘11) AWPCA National Coach of the Year (2004)

nament where they put forth a program-best fifth-place showing. Success in the pool runs in Nicolao’s family. His mother, Lee Davis, was a world-record holder in the distance freestyle while his father, Luis, was a world-record holder in the 100-butterfly. Nicolao followed suit as a two-time high school All-America in water polo, leading Bellarmine College Prep in California to its local championship each year. As a student-athlete at Navy, Nicolao was a three-time All-American and All-East selection for the Midshipmen, graduating as the school’s all-time leader in points (377) and goals scored (282). During the course of his career, Navy won two Eastern Championships (1988, ‘90) and reached the NCAA Tournament on three occasions (1988, ‘90, ‘91). He was named the CWPA Eastern MVP in 1990 and 1991, while earning CWPA First-Team All-East accolades for three straight seasons (1989, ‘90, ‘91). In addition, Nicolao served as the team captain as a senior during the 1991 season. After earning the Naval Academy Athletic Association’s Sword for Men as the top graduating male athlete in 1992, Nicolao assisted with the Navy water polo program as a temporary assigned duty (TAD). He was also a member of the U.S. National Team that won the gold medal at the World University Games before serving in the Navy for five years. Nicolao returned to his alma mater’s pool in 1996 as an officer representative prior to accepting the head coaching position at Princeton in 1998, while also serving as the U.S. men’s national “B” team assistant coach (1998, ‘99). Nicolao earned a Master’s Degree in adult education from the University of Phoenix. He and his wife, Kellie, have two daughters, Madison and Morgan.


2018 NAVY water polo Coaching Staff

Tom Popp

Joe Donahue

Assistant Coach // Navy (1989)

Volunteer Assistant Coach // Navy (2004)

First Season

First Season

Tom Popp was officially named the assistant water polo coach at the U.S. Naval Academy in July of 2018. A member of the USNA Class of 1989, Popp was a standout for the Midshipmen as an athlete, earning All-America and All-East selection honors, graduating as the all-time leader in career assists in Academy history. He returned to Navy water polo program as an assistant coach alongside former teammate and head coach Luis Nicolao (’92). Popp served as an assistant coach for Navy from 2007-09, helping the Midshipmen to a pair of CWPA Eastern titles (2007, ‘08) and a 72-26 record during his three years as a member of the coaching staff. Most recently, Popp established Gonzaga College High School in Washington D.C. as a top water polo program in the Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and District of Columbia areas. He coached the varsity team for five seasons (2012, ‘13, ’15, ’16, ‘17) with Gonzaga’s water polo program founder, Joe Viola. In his fourth year at the helm, Popp led Gonzaga to an Eastern Prep Championship in November 2016. A native of San Jose, Calif., Popp was a two-time high school water polo All-American at Bellarmine College Preparatory under legendary coach Larry Rogers. While playing for Navy under head coach Mike Schofield from 1985-88, Popp helped lead Navy to three Eastern Division Championships (1986, ’87, ‘88) and three NCAA tournament appearances. A two-time MVP of the Eastern Division (1987, ‘88), he also earned AllAmerican Honorable Mention in 1987 and third-team All-American honors in 1988. As a senior, Popp was awarded the Naval Academy Athletic Association Sword for Men in 1989, presented to “that man of the graduating class who is considered by the Association’s Athletic Council to have personally excelled in men’s athletics during his years of varsity competition.” During this same period, Popp also played on the U.S. Men’s Junior National Team (1985-87), traveling to Havana, Cuba, several European competitions, the Junior PanAmerican Games in Ponce, Puerto Rico, and the 19 and Under World Championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Following his senior NCAA season, he trained with the U.S. Men’s National Team from 1989 through April 1991. Popp was inducted into the CWPA Hall of Fame in November 2008, becoming the first Navy representative to be inducted into the CWPA Hall of Fame. After graduating in 1989 with a bachelor of science in Aerospace Engineering, Popp completed naval flight officer training and qualified as an E-2C Hawkeye aircraft mission commander. In January 1995, following deployments aboard the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier, he enacted orders to the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., and was selected as a U.S. Naval Test Pilot School (USNTPS) Cooperative program student. Upon graduating from USNTPS at NAS Patuxent River, Md., in December 1997, Popp was awarded a Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering, transitioned to the Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer community, and flight tested several new E-2C advanced avionics systems. After his test squadron duty, he served on the staff of Commander U.S. Naval Air Forces Pacific Fleet (COMNAVAIRPAC) at NAS North Island in Coronado, Calif., (February 2000 to April 2002). He returned to NAS Patuxent River in May 2002 as the AEDO Community Manager within Naval Air Systems Command. Subsequently, he assumed the T-45 Integrated Product Team (IPT) lead for the Naval Undergraduate Training Systems program office (PMA-273) in 2004 before returning to his alma mater in May 2007 to teach in the Aerospace Department. In Oct 2009, Popp became the Naval Air Systems Command liaison officer to the US Coast Guard before he retired from the Navy as a Captain in September 2014. Since then, Popp has been supporting the Naval Enterprise Networks program office (PMW 205) as a civilian task lead for CSA Guidance Consulting at the Washington Navy Yard, while also coaching at Gonzaga. Tom is married to the former Ruth Chasen (Navy ‘89), and the couple has five daughters – Frances, Naomi, Hannah, Mary, and Ellen. Popp and his family reside in Arnold, Md.

Former Navy water polo standout Joe Donahue joined the Midshipmen water polo coaching staff as a volunteer assistant in August of 2018. The Class of 2004 graduate was an All-American for the Mids, while also earning First-Team All-East and AllSouth honors during his playing career. As a senior, Donahue was named Third-Team All-America by the American Water Polo Coaches Association to become the 11th All-American in school history, joining fellow coaches Luis Nicolao and Tom Popp on the list of Navy water polo All-Americans. In his final season in 2003, Donahue, who was named the Most Valuable Player at the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Eastern Championship and First-Team All-Southern Division, helped lead Navy to its first appearance in the NCAA Final Four since 2000 with an 8-6 win over Princeton in the Eastern Championship game. At the NCAA Final Four, he was voted Second-Team All-Tournament after netting three goals with an assist against Loyola Marymount. Donahue scored a team-high 56 goals as a senior to go along with 20 assists and 37 steals. The two-time First-Team All-East selection (2002, 2003) finished his stellar career with 218 goals, 83 assists and 176 steals. Donahue led the Midshipmen in goals scored his final three seasons, while ranking third on the team as a freshman. The Annapolis native finished his Navy water polo career ranked in the top-5 in points scored (5th) and goals scored (5th). In addition, Donahue was a member of the 1999 U.S. National Youth Team, competing internationally in Hungary and Canada. Prior to enrolling at the Academy, he served as team captain for the Navy Aquatic Club that won the 1999 Eastern High School Championship. Prior to his senior season in 2003, Donahue did summer internship at the State Department in Washington, D.C. Donahue graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 2004 with a degree in political science. Following graduation from the Academy, Donahue was a surface warfare officer for seven years (2004-11), completing three deployments in the Middle East and Africa aboard a destroyer and dock landing ship, where he was qualified as an Officer of the Deck and in charge of overall operation and navigation of the ship during watch. Donahue attended the University of Baltimore School of Law, earning his Juris Doctor (JD) degree in May of 2013. While in law school, he worked as a legal intern at the Office of Case Management (OCM) in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Donahue served as a law clerk at Wise & Donahue, PLC from August 2001 until August 2013 before taking a job as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Nancy Davis-Loomis of the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County. In his spare time, Donahue is an avid sailor with over 10 years’ experience sailing 19-38 foot sloop sailboats on the Severn River, Chesapeake Bay, Mission Bay in San Diego, and in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii.

Support Staff

Senior Associate AD / Compliance & SWA (Sport Administrator) Administrative Assistant Officer Representative Athletic Trainer Associate Director of Equipment Operations Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Assistant Sports Information Director

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2018 NAVY water polo Rosters Numerical Roster

No. 1 1A 1B 1C 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Name Francis Kim Ronan Williams Brandon Shields Max Sandberg Bobby Lee Trevor Clark Alex Piecuch Jake Haines Isaac Salinas William Lowdon Crawford Smith Jack Weggeland Jesse Hainze Nate Reiff Cole Jacobs Bobby Wall Aidan Crouch Jason Dompke Declan Harrison Carson Miller Kevin Volkov Andrew Shashin Nick Grinnell John Bernhardt Kenny McKinlay

Pos. GK GK GK GK C UT CB A A A A A UT A CB A A A A CB A UT UT A CB

Ht. 6-1 6-3 5-8 6-1 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-9 6-3

Wt. 180 160 170 175 215 215 215 175 175 180 170 179 180 165 191 180 165 190 150 215 160 205 200 150 180

Yr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown / High School Houston, Texas / Clear Lake Severna Park, Md. / Severna Park Lake Forest, Calif. / El Toro Newport Beach, Calif. / Newport Harbor Santa Ana, Calif. / Foothill San Marcos, Calif. / Mission Hills Ladera Ranch, Calif. / Santa Margarita Catholic Ashburn, Va. / Broad Run Spring City, Pa. / Malvern Prep Hillsborough, Calif. / Burlingame Mechanicsburg, Pa. / Cumberland Valley Riverside, Calif. / Riverside Poly Bellevue, Wash. / Bellevue Wheeling, Ill. / Wheeling Naperville, Ill. / Naperville North San Mateo, Calif. / Saint Ignatius College Prep Moraga, Calif. / Campolindo Huntington Beach, Calif. / Mater Dei Vista, Calif. / Fallbrook Union San Diego, Calif. / Scripps Ranch Freehold, N.J. / Christian Brothers Academy Buffalo Grove, Ill. / Stevenson Pikesville, Md. / Boys’ Latin School of Maryland Annapolis, Md. / Broadneck Aiea, Hawaii / Iolani School

Alphabetical Roster

No. Name 23 BERNHARDT, John 3 CLARK, Trevor 14 CROUCH, Aidan 15 DOMPKE, Jason 22 GRINNELL, Nick 5 HAINES, Jake 10 HAINZE, Jesse 18 HARRISON, Declan 12 JACOBS, Cole 1 KIM, Francis 2 LEE, Bobby 7 LOWDON, William 24 MCKINLAY, Kenny 19 MILLER, Carson 4 PIECUCH, Alex 11 REIFF, Nate 6 SALINAS, Isaac 1C SANDBERG, Max 21 SHASHIN, Andrew 1B SHIELDS, Brandon 8 SMITH, Crawford 20 VOLKOV, Kevin 13 WALL, Bobby 9 WEGGELAND, Jack 1A WILLIAMS, Ronan

Pos. Year A Fr. UT Jr. A So. A So. UT Fr. A So. UT So. A So. CB So. GK Sr. C So. A Jr. CB Fr. CB Fr. CB Jr. A Jr. A Fr. GK Fr. UT So. GK Jr. A So. A Jr. A So. A Fr. GK Jr.

Head Coach: Luis Nicolao (Navy, ’92), First Season Assistant Coach: Tom Popp (Navy, ’89), First Season Volunteer Assistant Coach: Joe Donahue (Navy ’04), First Season Position Key: A – Attacker C – Center CB – Center Back CF – Center Forward GK – Goalkeeper LH – Lefthanded Attacker UT – Utility

Pronunciation Chart

23 14 15 22 18 7 24 4 11 6 21 20 9 1A HC

John Bernhardt Aidan Crouch Jason Dompke Nick Grinnell Declan Harrison William Lowdon Kenny McKinlay Alex Piecuch Nate Reiff Isaac Salinas Andrew Shashin Kevin Volkov Jack Weggeland Ronan Williams Luis Nicolao

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Breakdown by State California (12): Hawaii (1): Illinois (3): Maryland (3): New Jersey (1): Pennsylvania (2): Texas (1): Virginia (1): Washington (1):

Trevor Clark (San Marcos) Aidan Crouch (Moraga) Jason Dompke (Huntington Beach) Decland Harrison (Vista) Bobby Lee (Santa Ana) William Lowdon (Hillsborough) Carson Miller (San Diego) Alex Piecuch (Ladera Ranch) Max Sandberg (Newport Beach) Brandon Shields (Lake Forest) Bobby Wall (San Mateo) Jack Weggeland (Riverside) Kenny McKinlay (Aiea) Cole Jacobs (Naperville) Nate Reiff (Wheeling) Andrew Shashin (Buffalo Grove) John Bernhardt (Annapolis) Nick Grinnell (Pikesville) Ronan Williams (Severna Park) Kevin Volkov (Freehold) Isaac Salinas (Spring City) Crawford Smith (Mechanicsburg) Francis Kim (Houston) Jake Haines (Ashburn) Jesse Hainze (Bellevue)

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Breakdown by Class Freshmen (7): Sophomores (10): Juniors (7): Seniors (1):

John Bernhardt Nick Grinnell Kenny McKinlay Carson Miller Isaac Salinas Max Sandberg Jack Weggeland Aidan Crouch Jason Dompke Jake Haines Jesse Hainze Declan Harrison Cole Jacobs Bobby Lee Andrew Shashin Crawford Smith Bobby Wall Trevor Clark William Lowdon Alex Piecuch Nate Reiff Brandon Shields Kevin Volkov Ronan Williams Francis Kim


2018 NAVY water polo Midshipmen Profiles

John Bernhardt

Aidan Crouch

Attacker

Attacker

Freshman // 5-9 // 150 Annapolis, Md. // Broadneck

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High School / Personal Member of the Navy Aquatic Club water polo team, while also lettering in swimming at Broadneck High School in Annapolis … Team captain for the Broadneck swim team as a senior in 2018 … Member of the English Honor Society … Son of David Bernhardt and Lori Livingston … Father, David (’89), is a commander in the Navy and graduated USNA in 1989 … Sister, Blair, was a member of the Louisville women’s lacrosse team from 2013-16, while sister, Abby, plays lacrosse at Mary Washington (2017-present) … Brother, Taylor (’19), is a member of the Navy water polo team.

Trevor Clark Utility

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Junior // 6-6 // 215 San Marcos, Calif. // Mission Hills

Sophomore // 6-0 // 165 Moraga, Calif. // Campolindo

High School / Personal Lettered in water polo at Campolindo High School … Helped team to the NCS Championship in 2016 … Member of the Lamorinda water polo club team … Eagle Scout and member of the Sea Cadets … Son of Harry and Lisa Crouch. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 6 2 3 5 0 4 Totals 6 2 3 5 0 4

2017 (Sophomore) Tallied 16 points on 10 goals and six assists in 24 games on the season … Began the season, scoring goals in the first four games of the season, combing for six goals and three assists against George Washington (1g), Cal Lutheran (2g), Salem International (1g), and La Salle (2g, 3a) … Notched a season-best five points on a season-high two goals and season-best three assists against La Salle … Also registered two goals against Gannon, while also finding the back of the net against St. Francis and Johns Hopkins … Defensively, recorded 11 steals and tallied five ejections drawn. 2016 (Freshman) Played in 20 games as a freshman, recording 12 points on nine goals and three assists, while adding four steals on defense … Recorded points in six games … Scored first collegiate points in a multi-goal effort against LaSalle (2g) in the Navy Open … Scored a season-high four points on a season-best four goals against Caltech … Registered first collegiate assist against William & Jefferson … Recorded a season-high two helpers in a three-point effort against Santa Clara (1g, 2a) … Also scored goals against Wagner and Cal Baptist. High School / Personal Dual-sport athlete, who competed in water polo and swimming as a high school student at Mission Hills High School in San Marcos, as well as at Patch High School while with family in Germany … Earned a pair of club championships while abroad … Named MVP of both water polo and swimming teams in 2015 as a junior … Member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, and a volunteer with the Special Olympics … Son of Ian and Kelly … Father, Ian is an officer in the United States Marine Corps.

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2017 (Freshman) Played in six games as a freshman, scoring five total points on a pair of goals and three assists … Made collegiate debut in the Navy Open against Salem International, registering first collegiate goal … Notched a four-point performance in the Navy Open against La Salle, netting a goal and adding three assists … Credited with four steals and three ejections drawn on the defensive end.

Jason Dompke Attacker Sophomore // 5-9 // 190 Huntington Beach, Calif. // Mater Dei

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2017 (Freshman) Played in nine games on the season, scoring a pair of goals for two total points on the year … Made collegiate debut in the Navy Open against Salem International … Tallied first points of career with a pair of goals in the final game of the Navy Open against Gannon … Defensively, credited with five steals and an ejection drawn. High School / Personal Lettered in both water polo and swimming at Huntington Beach High School and Mater Dei High School, finishing high school career at Mater Dei HS in 2017 … Helped team to the 2015 Sunset League Championship … Son of John and Sonia Dompke. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 9 2 0 2 0 5 Totals 9 2 0 2 0 5

Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2016 20 9 3 12 1 4 2017 24 10 6 16 0 11 Totals 44 19 9 28 1 15

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Nick Grinnell Utility Freshman // 6-3 // 200 Pikesville, Md. // Boys’ Latin School

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High School / Personal Played water polo with the Navy Athletic Club water polo team, while playing basketball at Boys Latin School of Maryland in Baltimore … Member of the Honor Society and a Williams Scholar, while serving as the student body president … Son of Edward and Mary Grinnell … Father, Edward (’88), played rugby at the Naval Academy.

High School / Personal Earned seven varsity letters at Bellevue High School in swimming (4) and water polo (3) … Named All-State in 2015 (honorable mention) and 2016 (second team) … Named team captain during the 2016 season … Helped water polo team to the 2014 Washington State Championship, while leading the swim team to back-to-back Washington State Championships in 2015 and 2016 … Math Honor Society Vice President … Son of Frank and Susan Hainze. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 11 2 1 3 0 5 Totals 11 2 1 3 0 5

Declan Harrison

Jake Haines

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Sophomore // 6-1 // 175 Ashburn, Va. // Broad Run

2017 (Freshman) Played in 20 games as a freshman, scoring five goals with three assists for eight total points … Made collegiate debut against Salem International, while netting a pair of goals and adding a pair of assists against La Salle for first collegiate points … Also scored goals against Johns Hopkins (2x) and Mercyhurst … Added 12 steals and eight ejections drawn. High School / Personal Lettered for four years in swimming at Broad Run High School … Member of the Navy Aquatics Club water polo team … Team captain for both water polo and swim teams as a senior in 2016 … Spent the 2016-17 school year prepping at the Hill School – a USNA Foundation School … Member of the National Honor Society and Young Republicans, while also doing work for UNICEF … Son of Christopher and Sharon Haines … Father, Christopher, was a 1992 graduate of the Naval Academy, who earned a varsity letter in soccer in 1991. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 20 5 3 8 0 12 Totals 20 5 3 8 0 12

Jesse Hainze Utility Sophomore // 6-2 // 180 Bellevue, Wash. // Bellevue

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2017 (Freshman) Played in 11 games as a freshman, scoring a pair of goals with an assist for three total points on the year … Made collegiate debut in the Navy Open against Salem International … Scored a goal against St. Francis and one against George Washington … Registered first collegiate point with an assist against La Salle in the Navy Open … Credited with five steals and a pair of ejections drawn.

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Sophomore // 5-10 // 150 Vista, Calif. // Fallbrook Union

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High School / Personal Member of the water polo, swimming, and tennis teams at Fallbrook Union High School in Vista, Calif. … Helped water polo team to the CIF D2Southern Section Championship in 2014 and the Valley League Championship in 2014 and 2015 … Selected First Team All-League for water polo in 2015 and 2016, while being selected team captain and team MVP as a senior in 2016 … Was a two-time Valley League Doubles Champion in tennis (2016, ’17), while being selected team captain of the swim team … Member of the Boy Scouts of America, rising to the level of Eagle Scout … Member of the California Scholastic Federation honor society … Son of Keith and Lisa Harrison … Brother, Quinn (’18), is a graduate of the Naval Academy.

Cole Jacobs Center Back Sophomore // 6-5 // 191 Naperville, Ill. // Naperville North

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2017 (Freshman) Tallied 11 points on six goals and five assists in 22 games as a freshman … Made collegiate debut and scored first collegiate goal during the Navy Open against Cal Lutheran … Notched first collegiate hat trick and a season-best five points with three goals and a pair of assists versus La Salle at the Navy Open … Also notched a pair of goals against Santa Clara … Defensively, recorded four steals on the year. High School / Personal Lettered in water polo (3), swimming (2), and football (2) at Naperville North High School … Helped lead the water polo team to a Sectional Championship and a third place finish in the state during the 2014 season … Named NISCA All-American in 2016 and All-State in 2016 and 2017 in water polo … Earned All-Conference accolades in football in 2016 … Member of the National Honor Society, while also participating in Youth and Government … Son of Derk and Mary Jacobs … Sister, Devin (’19), is a member of the University of Iowa swim team … Birth name is Nicolas Jacobs. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 22 6 5 11 1 4 Totals 22 6 5 11 1 4

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Francis Kim

in MAWPC Tournament), tallying 20 goals and five assists for 25 total points … Defensively, recorded 13 steals and drew nine ejections.

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High School / Personal Earned eight varsity letters in water polo (4) and swimming (4) at Foothill High School … Led team to California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) DII Championships in 2015 and 2016 … Named All-American, All-CIF, and CIF Player of the Year in 2016 … Served as vice president for Best Day Foundation at Foothill HS – an organization that teaches kids with special needs how to surf, kayak, etc. … Spent the 2016-17 school year prepping at the Hill School – a USNA Foundation School …Son of Stuart and Shirley Lee … Sister, Eleanor, played collegiate water polo at Loyola Marymount University.

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Senior // 6-1 // 180 Houston, Texas // Clear Lake

2017 (Junior) Saw time between the posts in 20 games on the season … Registered 167 saves on the year, while surrendering 152 goals for a .524 save percentage … Notched 10 performances with nine saves or more, including six double-digit save performances … Had a season-best 14 saves in the regular season against Johns Hopkins, while adding 13 stops against the Blue Jays on the final day of the MAWPC Tournament … Also notched double-digit performances against Fordham (10 saves), Bucknell (12), and twice against Wagner (10 and 11) … Finished the year with 10 steals, while also being credited with an ejection drawn … Tallied six assists to help spur the offensive attack.

Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 22 31 7 38 3 13 Totals 22 31 7 38 3 13

2016 (Sophomore) Did not compete during the season.

William Lowdon

2015 (Freshman) Saw time at goal in seven games as a freshman … Posted a .500 save percentage with 18 saves and 18 goals against … Made four saves in collegiate debut versus Salem International at the Navy Open … Stopped a season-high five shots against No. 13 Brown in action at the Bison Invitational … Assisted on a Midshipmen goal versus Penn State Behrend for first collegiate point … Got postseason experience in a CWPA Southern Tournament matchup versus Monmouth College (2 saves) and Washington & Jefferson (1 save) at the CWPA Championship Tournament.

Attacker

High School / Personal A multi-sport letterwinner during four-year career at Clear Lake, picking up four letters for swimming and three with water polo … Completed 2014 water polo season with All-State Second Team honors and recognition as the top-ranked goalie in Texas … Garnered team MVP and USA Water Polo Academic All-American accolades in 2014 … Two-time MVP on swim team, as well as an honoree on the All-State postseason team … Member of the National Honor Society and National Math Honor Society … Graduated Magna Cum Laude … Interned at NASA … Lived abroad for a time as a child … Son of Jungki and Jiweon Kim. Career Statistics Year Games Saves GA Pct. Assists Steals 2015 7 18 18 .500 1 1 2016 Did Not Play 2017 20 167 152 .524 6 10 Totals 27 185 170 .521 7 11

Bobby Lee Center Sophomore // 6-0 // 215 Santa Ana, Calif. // Foothill

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Junior // 6-0 // 180 Hillsborough, Calif. // Burlingame

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2017 (Sophomore) Played in 24 games on the year, scoring 12 goals and adding three assists for 15 total points … Recorded a hat trick against La Verne, scoring three goals … Also had multiple goals against George Washington, finishing the game with three points on a pair of goals and an assist … Registered 13 steals on the defensive side of the ball, while drawing five exclusions. 2016 (Freshman) Played in 16 games, scoring a pair of goals and registering two steals … Scored first collegiate goal in the opening weekend against LaSalle in the Navy Open … Added a goal against William & Jefferson. High School / Personal Competed with three water polo programs before coming to Annapolis – Burlingame High School, Stanford Water Polo Club, and the ODP Pacific Zone team … Honored as a member of the Peninsula Athletic League All-League Team in all four years of competition with Burlingame with three second team nods and a first team award as a senior in 2015 … Selected to the All-Region Division II First Team in 2015 … Served as team captain at Burlingame as a senior … Helped ODP Pacific Zone team finish as runner-up at the 2015 National Championships … Participated in Student Government as Burlingame’s treasurer … Honored as an AP Scholar … Son of Todd and Victoria … Sister, Cat, ran cross-country and track at Amherst College. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2016 16 2 0 2 0 2 2017 24 12 3 15 1 13 Totals 40 14 3 17 1 15

2017 (Freshman) Played in 22 games on the season, scoring 31 goals with seven assists for 38 total points … Recorded 11 multi-goal games, including hat tricks against La Salle (3g, 2a), Chapman (4g), and Johns Hopkins (3g, 1a) … Made first collegiate appearance and scored first collegiate goal against Cal Lutheran at the Navy Open … Scored at least one point in 12 of the final 13 games of the season (did not play against Mercyhurst

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Kenny McKinlay Center Back Freshman // 6-3 // 180 Aiea, Hawaii // Iolani School

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Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2016 24 4 3 7 0 9 2017 17 4 5 9 0 4 Totals 41 8 8 16 0 13

Nate Reiff

High School / Personal Four-year letterwinner in water polo at Iolani School in Honolulu, Hawaii, while also lettering in swimming (2 years) and volleyball (1) … Helped water polo team to the 2014-15 Interscholastic League of Honolulu Championship … First Team All-ILH in 2017 and 2018 … Selected as team captain for both water polo and swimming as a senior … Member of the Latin National Honor Society and the Cum Laude Society and was class valedictorian … Son of Joseph and Shantha McKinlay.

Carson Miller Center Back Freshman // 6-2 // 215 San Diego, Calif. // Scripps Ranch

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High School / Personal Four-year letterwinner in water polo at Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego, Calif. … Also lettered in swimming (2 years) and wrestling (1) … Three-time All-League selection, while being named All-City as a senior … Selected as team captain and team MVP as a sophomore, junior, and senior … Volunteered the Build a Miracle home-building organization … Son of William Miller and Jeanne Miller … Brother, Aaron, played football at Georgetown.

Alex Piecuch Center Back Junior // 6-3 // 215 Ladera Ranch, Calif. // Santa Margarita Catholic

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2017 (Sophomore) Played in 17 games, scoring four goals on eight shots with five assists for nine total points … Also added four steals and four ejections drawn … Scored three goals during the Navy Open to begin the season, netting goals against Cal Lutheran, Salem International, and La Salle … Added a goal later in the season against Chapman.

Attacker Junior // 6-1 // 165 Wheeling, Ill. // Wheeling

2017 (Sophomore) Registered 34 points on the year, scoring 26 goals and adding eight assists … Scored goals in 14 of 24 games played with multiple goals in nine games … Recorded three hat tricks on the season, scoring three goals against La Verne, Chapman, and George Washington … Also had multiple goals against Salem International, Princeton, Gannon, Wagner, Fordham, and Mercyhurst … Defensively, registered 20 steals to go along with seven exclusions drawn. 2016 (Freshman) Played in 17 games, scoring five goals and adding five assists for 10 points … Credited with five steals on the defensive side of the pool … Made collegiate debut in the Navy Open against Iona in the season opener … Scored first collegiate goal and notched first collegiate assist in the Midsshipmen’s victory over Gannon in the Navy Open … Recorded a season-high two goals against William & Jefferson … Also had goals against LaSalle and Bucknell … Also had assists against LaSalle, Toronto, Bucknell, and at Wagner. High School / Personal Four-year varsity letterwinner at Wheeling High School in both water polo and swimming … Named water polo team MVP twice and recognized on the Illinois AllState Third Team … As a swimmer, won the 2016 Illinois Boys Sectional Championship – Glenbrook South for the 100-yard butterfly and breaststroke … Honored as the MSL East Swimmer of the Year in 2016 … Augmented interscholastic water polo play at Wheeling with club action as part of the Northern Illinois Polo Club … Interned at an animal hospital for two years … Son of Paul and Cathy. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2016 17 5 5 10 0 5 2017 24 26 8 34 3 20 Totals 41 31 13 44 3 25

Isaac Salinas

2016 (Freshman) Scored four goals with three assists for seven points in 24 games as a freshman … Added nine steals on the defensive side of the pool … Scored goals against Iona, Harvard, William & Jefferson, and Johns Hopkins, while adding assists against Air Force, No. 20 Santa Clara, and at George Washington … Made collegiate debut against Iona in the season opener at the Navy Open. High School / Personal Earned varsity letters at Santa Margarita Catholic High School in water polo (3) and swimming (2) … Also competed with the Orange County Water Polo Club (OCWPC) … Teammate with Pepperdine’s Marko Asic at OCWPC, while playing at SMC HS with Loyola Marymount’s Austin Clark and swimming with Stanford’s Grant Shoults – three-time All-American in the 500-, 1,650-yard freestyle, and 800-free relay … Son of Ric and Kari.

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Attacker Freshman // 6-1 // 175 Spring City, Pa. // Malvern Prep

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High School / Personal Lettered for four years in water polo and swimming at Malvern Preparatory School in Malvern, Pa. … Led team to the Inter-Academic League Championship three consecutive years (2015, ’16, ’17) … Selected as League MVP as a senior … Member of the Spanish National Honor Society … Son of Mike and Paula Salinas … Brother, Michael (’17), is a graduate of the Naval Academy.

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Max Sandberg Goalkeeper Freshman // 6-1 // 175 Newport Beach, Calif. // Newport Harbor

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High School / Personal Lettered in water polo (2 years) and swimming (3) at Newport Harbor High School in Newport Beach, Calif. … Helped water polo and swimming teams to championships in 2017 … Named Sunset League MVP as a senior … Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes … Son of John Sandberg and Sue Sandberg.

Career Statistics Year Games Saves GA Pct. Assists Steals 2016 13 47 64 .423 6 8 2017 6 20 13 .606 2 1 Totals 19 67 77 .465 8 9

Andrew Shashin Utility Sophomore // 6-4 // 205 Buffalo Grove, Ill. // Stevenson

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2017 (Freshman) Played in 21 games, scoring 18 goals with four assists for 22 total points … Made collegiate debut in the Navy Open against Cal Lutheran, scoring first collegiate goal … Finished the Navy Open with nine goals in four games played, scoring against Cal Lutheran (1g), Salem International (1g), La Salle (4g), and Gannon (3g) … Had three hat tricks on the season, scoring four goals against La Salle, notching three against Gannon, and posting a three-goal effort against Chapman … Also had a multi-goal game against Mercyhurst (2g) in the MAWPC Tournament … Credited with 17 ejections drawn and 10 steals. High School / Personal Earned six varsity letters at Adlai E. Stevenson High School – water polo (4) and swimming (2) … Helped team win 2017 Illinois State Championship … Named AllState in water polo (2013-17) and swimming (2016-17) … Selected as team captain in water polo (2016, 2017) and swimming (2017) … Son of Peter and Yelena Shashin. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 21 18 4 22 3 10 Totals 21 18 4 22 3 10

Brandon Shields Goalkeeper Junior // 5-8 // 170 Lake Forest, Calif. // El Toro

High School / Personal Played interscholastic water polo with El Toro High School and on a club level with Saddleback El Toro (SET) – the same club as 2016 USNA team captain Taylor Peterson … Backstopped El Toro to back-to-back runner-up finishes in the All-South Coast League in 2014 and 2015 … Selected to the All-South Coast League Second Team as both a junior in 2014 and senior in 2015 … Named El Toro’s team MVP on three occasions … Served as team captain at El Toro in both the 2014 and 2015 seasons … Honored as a USA Water Polo Academic All-American three times … Son of Bryan and Tiffany … Sister, Alex, plays softball at Willamette University.

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Crawford Smith Attacker Sophomore // 5-10 // 170 Mechanicsburg, Pa. // Cumberland Valley

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2017 (Freshman) Played in 19 games as a freshman, recording 14 goals with a pair of assists for 16 total points … Made collegiate debut against Salem International, netting first collegiate goal in the game … Tallied a season-high five points with a season-best four goals and an assist against La Salle … Scored at least one goal in six of the first seven games played, while ending the season with goals in four of the final five games of the year … Finished the year with four steals and five ejections drawn. High School / Personal Tallied eight varsity letters between water polo (4) and swimming (4) at Cumberland Valley High School … Helped water polo team to back-to-back State Championships in 2015 and 2016, posting a combined record of 61-3 over the two seasons, including a perfect 31-0 season in 2016 … Named All-American (first team), Pennsylvania MVP, All-State (first team) in 2016, while earning All-America (honorable mention) and AllState (first team) in 2015 … Named team captain of water polo team for 2015 and 2016 seasons … Member of National Honor Society and Mini-THON Leadership Council … Son of Colby Smith and Amy Smith … Father, Colby, is a 1978 USNA graduate. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 19 14 2 16 1 4 Totals 19 14 2 16 1 4

2017 (Sophomore) Played in six games on the year, recording 20 saves and 13 goals against for a save percentage of .606 … Had a season-high 10 saves in the Navy Open against La Salle, surrendering just a pair of goals in the contest … Notched six stops against Iona with three saves against St. Francis … Entered the game against Johns Hopkins in the MAWPC Tournament, posting a save … Registered a pair of assists and a steal. 2016 (Freshman) Played 13 games between the posts, making 47 saves and posting a .423 save percentage … Notched eight steals while adding six assists … Made collegiate

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2018 NAVY water polo Midshipmen Profiles Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2017 7 1 0 1 0 0 Totals 7 1 0 1 0 0

Kevin Volkov Attacker

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Junior // 6-1 // 160 Freehold, N.J. // Christian Bros. Acad.

2017 (Sophomore) Finished the season with 20 points on 12 goals and eight assists in 23 games played … Recorded one hat trick on the season, tallying three goals and an assist for a season-high four points against George Washington … Began the season with points in five games played during the Navy Open – George Washington (1g), Cal Lutheran (1g), Salem International (1g), Princeton (1a), and Iona (1g) … Tallied eight steals and six ejections drawn.

2016 (Freshman) Played in 14 games as a rookie, scoring three goals with three assists for six points … Added three steals … Made first collegiate appearance in the Navy Open against Iona in the season opener … Scored goals against LaSalle, Caltech, and George Washington … Had a season-high two assists against Caltech, while adding a helper against LaSalle … Scored a season-best three points (1g, 2a) against Caltech.

Jack Weggeland Attacker

High School / Personal Four-year letterwinner in water polo and swimming at Riverside Poly High School in Riverside, Calif. … Helped Riverside Poly win championships in both water polo and swimming … Named team captain as a senior in water polo and swimming … Served as a swim coach for the Special Olympics (2015-18) … Son of Ted and Jennifer Weggeland … Brother, William (’16), was a member of the Navy water polo team (2012-15).

High School / Personal Prior to Navy, participated in water polo with the Princeton Tiger Aquatic Club as an attacker … Served as the captain of the club’s 16U and 18U teams … At Christian Brothers Academy, swam the 200-yard freestyle and earned All-Shore Conference and All-County accolades … Helped CBA earn New Jersey State Championships in all four years … Member of the National Honor Society … Son of Oleg and Elena. Career Statistics Year Games Goals Assists Points Hat Tricks Steals 2016 14 3 3 6 0 3 2017 23 12 8 20 1 8 Totals 37 15 11 26 1 11

Bobby Wall Attacker Sophomore // 6-1 // 180 San Mateo, Calif. // St. Ignatius College Prep

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2017 (Freshman) Played in seven games on the season, scoring one goal … Made collegiate debut during the Navy Open, seeing action against Salem International … Scored first collegiate goal for first collegiate point in a 23-5 victory over La Salle.

High School / Personal Lettered in water polo (3) and swimming (2) at Saint Ignatius College Prep … Gold Medalist at the Junior Olympics Bronze Championships (18U) … Named AllCCS Team and All-West Catholic Athletic League Team in 2016 … Selected to the Olympic Development Program (ODP) Pacific Zone Cadet Team in 2015-16 … Threetime Outstanding Academic All-American for water polo (2014, 2015, 2016) … Team captain for water polo and swimming in 2016-17 … Member of the Stanford Water Polo Club … Eagle Scout and Vice President of the Young Men’s Service League of Crystal Springs Chapter … Son of David and Robin Wall … Birth name is David Robert Wall.

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Freshman // 6-0 // 179 Riverside Calif. // Riverside Poly

Ronan Williams Goalkeeper Junior // 6-3 // 160 Severna Park, Md. // Severna Park

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2017 (Sophomore) Played in 14 games on the season, making 89 saves with 103 goals allowed for a .464 save percentage … Had three games with double-digit stops, notching a seasonbest 12 saves against Princeton and Gannon, while adding 10 stops against Santa Clara … Credited with four steals … Tallied five points on the year with five assist, including a season-high two helpers against Santa Clara and La Verne. 2016 (Freshman) Played in 26 games, making a team-best 198 saves with a .438 save percentage … Also tallied 14 steals and six assists … Recorded double-digit saves in eight games – Johns Hopkins (14), at Princeton (14), Wagner (14), Fordham (13), Air Force (12), at Johns Hopkins (11), vs. Johns Hopkins (10 – MAWP Championships), and at Fordham (10) … Tallied 26 saves in four games to start the season during the Navy Open, helping the Midshipmen to four victories … Had a season-best two assists against Caltech, while adding helpers against Gannon, vs. William & Jefferson, at Johns Hopkins, and George Washington. High School / Personal Local product from nearby Severna Park, competing for Naval Academy Aquatic Club … Served as the team captain for four seasons (2013-16) … Selected to coach a youth team in the Navy AC’s Anchors Aweigh Water Polo League … Also competed with the Northeast Zone ODP team in national water polo competitions … Named as an American Water Polo Scholar-Athlete … Son of Morgan and Kari. Career Statistics Year Games Saves GA Pct. Assists Steals 2016 26 198 254 .438 6 14 2017 14 89 103 .464 5 4 Totals 40 287 357 .446 11 18

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2018 NAVY water polo Year In Review – Results / Scoring Overall: 10-16 MAWPC: 1-9 Home: 8-7 Away: 0-5 Neutral: 2-4 Date Opponent 09/02 #18 George Washington 1

Result Score L 11-15

Keeper (Saves) Scoring (Goals-Assists-Points) Williams (N/A) Castillo (5-0-5), Bagent (1-0-1), Clark (1-0-1), Galvan (1-0-1), Sullivan (1-0-1), Volkov (1-0-1), Warren (1-0-1)

W 12-8 Williams (N/A) 09/02 Cal Lutheran 1 09/02 Salem International 1 W 16-9 Kim (N/A) Shields (N/A) 1 09/03 LaSalle W 23-5 Kim (5) Shields (10) 1 09/03 #11 Princeton L 11-17 Williams (12) 09/03 Iona 1 W 9-8 Kim (6) Shields (6) W 13-10 Williams (12) 09/03 Gannon 1

Clark (2-0-2), Castillo (1-0-1), B. Lee (1-0-1), J. Lee (1-0-1), Piecuch (1-0-1), Reiff (1-0-1), Shashin (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Sullivan (1-0-1), Volkov (1-0-1), Warren (1-0-1) Castillo (2-0-2), B. Lee (2-0-2), Reiff (2-0-2), Bagent (1-0-1), Clark (1-0-1), Crouch (1-0-1), Gaspar (1-0-1), Jacobs (1-0-1), Lowdon (1-0-1), Piecuch (1-0-1), Shashin (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1), Volkov (1-0-1) Smith (4-1-5), Jacobs (3-2-5), B. Lee (3-2-5), Clark (2-3-5), Shashin (4-0-4), Haines (2-2-4), Crouch (1-3-4), Lowdon (1-1-2), Bernhardt (1-0-1), Galvan (1-0-1), Piecuch (1-0-1), Hainze (0-1-1), Paiva (0-1-1), Sullivan (0-1-1) Gaspar (2-0-2), Reiff (2-0-2), Galvan (1-1-2), Jacobs (1-1-2), B. Lee (1-1-2), Zimmerman (1-1-2), Castillo (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1), Volkov (0-1-1) Robinson (2-1-3), Skowronski (2-1-3), Galvan (2-0-2), Gaspar (1-0-1), Sullivan (1-0-1), Volkov (1-0-1), Bagent (0-1-1), Bernhardt (0-1-1) Shashin (3-0-3), Clark (2-0-2), Dompke (2-0-2), B. Lee (2-0-2), Reiff (2-0-2), J. Lee (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1)

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Kim (N/A)

Skowronski (3-0-3), Reiff (2-0-2), Bernhardt (1-0-1), Lowdon (1-0-1), Shashin (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1), Sullivan (1-0-1)

09/09 vs. #18 St. Francis Brooklyn L 7-13 09/10 vs. Santa Clara 2 L 7-12

Kim (4) Williams (4) Shields (3) Williams (10)

Clark (1-1-2), Bagent (1-0-1), Galvan (1-0-1), Gaspar (1-0-1), Hainze (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1), Bernhardt (0-1-1), Reiff (0-1-1)

09/23 #18 George Washington • L 12-17 09/23 Fordham • L 7-8

Kim (5) Williams (5) Kim (10)

Volkov (3-1-4), Galvan (1-2-3), J. Lee (0-3-3), Robinson (0-3-3), Gaspar (2-0-2), B. Lee (2-0-2), Bernhardt (1-0-1), Castillo (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1), Bagent (0-1-1), Piecuch (0-1-1) Galvan (3-0-3), Reiff (2-0-2), Gaspar (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), B. Lee (0-1-1), Piecuch (0-1-1)

09/24 #17 Bucknell •

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6-9

Kim (12)

Sullivan (2-0-2), Bernhardt (1-1-2), Robinson (1-1-2), Bagent (1-0-1), Reiff (1-0-1), Skowronski (0-1-1)

10/01 Wagner •

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6-15

Kim (10)

B. Lee (2-0-2), Skowronski (2-0-2), Gaspar (1-1-2), J. Lee (1-0-1), Castillo (0-1-1), Reiff (0-1-1)

Kim (14) Shields (0) Kim (5)

Castillo (3-0-3), B. Lee (2-0-2), Robinson (1-1-2), Warren (1-1-2), Bernhardt (0-2-2), Haines (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Volkov (1-0-1), Jacobs (0-1-1) B. Lee (1-2-3), Sullivan (2-0-2), Galvan (1-0-1), Lowdon (1-0-1), Shashin (1-0-1), Volkov (1-0-1)

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10-11

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10/01 Johns Hopkins • W 10-4 10/06 vs. Air Force 3 L 7-10

10/06 vs. La Verne 3 W 15-9 Kim (5) Williams (6) 3 10/07 vs. Chapman W 16-12 Kim (9) Williams (0) 3 L 6-12 Kim (9) 10/07 at #19 Pomona Pitzer 10/21 at George Washington • L 14-16 Kim (6) Williams (5) 10/21 at Johns Hopkins • L 10-11 (3OT) Kim (6) Williams (6) 10/28 at #17 Bucknell • L 6-12 Kim (9) Williams (3) 11/04 at Fordham • L 8-12 Kim (3) Williams (1) 4 L 8-9 Kim (11) 11/17 (4) Wagner 11/18 (8) Mercyhurst 4 W 9-8 Kim (9) 11/19 (6) Johns Hopkins 4 W 9-5 Kim (13) Shields (1)

Sullivan (2-1-3), Jacobs (2-0-2), Gaspar (1-1-2), J. Lee (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Bernhardt (0-1-1), Volkov (0-1-1)

Galvan (3-1-4), Reiff (3-1-4), Lowdon (3-0-3), Bernhardt (1-2-3), Robinson (2-0-2), Castillo (1-0-1), Gaspar (1-0-1), Zimmerman (1-0-1), Haines (0-1-1), Jacobs (0-1-1), B. Lee (0-1-1), J. Lee (0-1-1), Warren (0-1-1) B. Lee (4-0-4), Reiff (3-0-3), Shashin (3-0-3), Sullivan (2-0-2), Volkov (1-1-2), Galvan (1-0-1), Piecuch (1-0-1), Zimmerman (1-0-1) Gaspar (0-2-2), Bagent (1-0-1), Castillo (1-0-1), B. Lee (1-0-1), Lowdon (1-0-1), Reiff (1-0-1), Shashin (1-0-1), Bernhardt (0-1-1), Jacobs (0-1-1), Sullivan (0-1-1) Reiff (3-0-3), Lowdon (2-1-3), Galvan (2-0-2), Shashin (1-1-2), Bernhardt (0-2-2), Bagent (1-0-1), Castillo (1-0-1), Hainze (1-0-1), B. Lee (1-0-1) J. Lee (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Gaspar (0-1-1) B. Lee (3-1-4), Bernhardt (1-2-3), Bagent (1-0-1), Castillo (1-0-1), Clark (1-0-1), Reiff (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Sullivan (1-0-1), Haines (0-1-1) B. Lee (2-0-2), Castillo (1-0-1), Lowdon (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1), J. Lee (0-1-1), Robinson (0-1-1), Sullivan (0-1-1), Volkov (0-1-1) Bernhardt (1-2-3), B. Lee (2-0-2), Skowronski (2-0-2), Robinson (0-2-2), Galvan (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1), Sullivan (1-0-1), Lowdon (0-1-1), Reiff (0-1-1), Shashin (0-1-1) Galvan (2-0-2), B. Lee (2-0-2), Warren (1-1-2), Smith (1-0-1), Volkov (1-0-1), Zimmerman (1-0-1), Bernhardt (0-1-1), Clark (0-1-1), Reiff (0-1-1), Robinson (0-1-1) Reiff (2-0-2), Shashin (2-0-2), Sullivan (1-1-2), Warren (1-1-2), Haines (1-0-1), J. Lee (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Bagent (0-1-1) Bagent (2-0-2), Bernhardt (1-1-2), Volkov (1-1-2), Gaspar (1-0-1), Haines (1-0-1), Reiff (1-0-1), Skowronski (1-0-1), Smith (1-0-1), B. Lee (0-1-1), J. Lee (0-1-1), Robinson (0-1-1), Warren (0-1-1), Zimmerman (0-1-1)

– Denotes MAWPC game | # – National Ranking | () – Postseason Seed

Tournament Key: 1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Princeton Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – Gary Troyer Invitational (Claremont, Calif.) 4 – Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Championship (Annapolis, Md.)

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2018 NAVY water polo Yearly Records / Series Records Series Records

Coaching Records

Coach Lee Lawrence Mike Schofield Mladen Stanicic

Years 1982-84 1985-13 2007, ‘11, ‘13-17

W L Pct. 68 12 .850 630 243 .722 73 68 .518

Totals

36 years

771

2007 1 2011 2 2013-17 3 Luis Nicolao 2018-pres.

7 1 .875 3 2 .600 63 65 .492 – – –––

323

.705

1 – Stanicic served as interim coach from Sept. 29 - Oct. 10, 2007 (7-1). 2 – Stanicic coached a pair of games against Connecticut College and Harvard on Sept. 18, 2011 (2-0) and three games against Iona, Harvard, and Santa Clara on Sept. 15, 2013 (1-2) 3 – Stanicic named interim head coach beginning Sept. 26, 2013 before being tabbed the full-time head coach in December of 2013.

Yearly Records

Year Win Loss Pct. 1982 19 4 .826 1983 26 3 .897 1984 23 5 .821 1985 22 7 .759 1986 28 8 .778 1987 20 13 .606 1988 26 9 .743 1989 19 9 .679 1990 25 7 .781 1991 20 10 .667 1992 19 11 .633 1993 21 7 .750 1994 26 7 .788 1995 22 8 .733 1996 20 8 .714 1997 23 8 .742 1998 20 10 .667 1999 21 11 .656 2000 24 12 .667 2001 20 6 .769 2002 22 6 .786 2003 25 8 .758 2004 19 12 .613 2005 22 7 .759 2006 24 7 .774 2007 30 6 .833 2008 20 11 .645 2009 22 9 .710 2010 25 7 .781 2011 24 7 .774 2012 23 6 .793 2013 19 15 .559 2014 19 12 .613 2015 15 13 .536 2016 8 18 .308 2017 10 16 .385 Totals 771 323 .705

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Year Win Loss Pct. 1982 18 4 .818 1983 26 3 .897 1984 20 4 .833 1985 18 4 .818 1986 24 0 1.000 1987 18 3 .857 1988 21 2 .913 1989 19 3 .864 1990 20 4 .833 1991 18 5 .783 1992 18 5 .783 1993 18 2 .900 1994 19 1 .950 1995 20 3 .870 1996 18 4 .818 1997 20 6 .769 1998 16 7 .696 1999 19 7 .731 2000 22 5 .815 2001 17 5 .773 2002 20 3 .870 2003 20 4 .833 2004 16 5 .762 2005 18 2 .900 2006 19 1 .950 2007 19 1 .950 2008 16 4 .800 2009 17 3 .850 2010 21 4 .820 2011 17 4 .810 2012 18 5 .783 2013 15 10 .600 2014 16 7 .696 2015 14 9 .609 2016 7 14 .333 2017 7 13 .350 Totals 649 166 .796

Opponent Began Air Force 1985 Army 1983 Boston College 1992 Brown 1982 Bucknell 1982 Cal 1986 Cal Baptist 2003 Cal Lutheran 2013 California State 1985 Caltech 2016 2012 Cerritos College (Calif.) Chapman 2017 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 1985 2008 Concordia (Calif.) Connecticut College 2011 Dayton 1984 Diablo Valley College 2009 Fordham 1982 Fresno State 1987 Gannon 2001 George Washington 1983 Grove City College 1999 Harvard 1983 1982 Indiana U. (Pa.) Iona 1983 Johns Hopkins 1982 Kenyon 1982 La Salle 2016 La Verne 2000 Little Rock 1984 Long Beach State 1987 Loyola-Chicago 1984 Loyola Marymount 1988 Merchant Marine Academy 2000 Mercyhurst 2001 Millersville State 1982 MIT 1983 Monmouth 1982 Montclair State 1983 Mt. San Antonio College 2011 New York Athletic Club 1982 2011 Notre Dame (Ohio) Occidental 2014 Pacific 1993 Penn State 1982 Penn State Behrend 2002 Pepperdine 1985 Pomona-Pitzer 2010 Princeton 1983 Queens 1989 Redlands 2009 Richmond 1983 Salem International 1997 San Jose State 2016 Santa Clara 1994 Slippery Rock 1982 St. Francis Brooklyn 1995 Stanford 1984 Toronto 2012 UC Davis 1990 UC Irvine 1988 UC Riverside 1990 UC San Diego 1986 UC Santa Barbara 1985 UC Santa Cruz 2004 UCLA 1984 UMass 1991 UNC Wilmington 1983 USC 1986 Vanguard 2010 Villanova 1988 Wagner 2016 Washington & Jefferson 1999 Washington & Lee 1982 Whittier 2011 TOTALS ––

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Record Last Mtg. Streak 21-9 10/06/17 L-3 24-1 10/22/93 W-6 4-0 09/05/98 W-4 27-21 09/17/16 L-2 84-22 10/28/17 L-5 0-18 09/26/14 L-18 4-1 10/22/16 L-1 3-0 09/02/17 W-3 3-0 09/10/88 W-3 1-0 09/04/16 W-1 3-0 09/07/14 W-3 1-0 10/07/17 W-1 11-1 09/29/12 W-9 1-3 09/27/13 L-3 3-0 09/14/13 W-3 4-0 10/30/93 W-4 4-0 09/07/13 W-4 24-4 11/04/17 L-4 0-2 09/25/88 L-2 13-0 09/03/17 W-13 52-8 10/21/17 L-5 3-0 10/18/03 W-3 27-6 09/18/16 L-2 2-0 11/06/82 W-2 47-0 09/03/17 W-47 53-8 11/19/17 W-1 1-0 09/17/82 W-1 2-0 09/03/17 W-2 2-1 10/06/17 W-2 6-2 10/31/93 W-3 2-11 09/27/12 L-2 5-1 10/22/88 W-5 4-5 09/17/11 W-1 2-0 09/01/01 W-2 12-0 11/18/17 W-12 1-0 10/22/82 W-1 13-1 11/22/15 L-1 3-0 11/07/15 W-3 2-0 10/05/84 W-2 2-0 09/08/13 W-2 0-1 10/16/82 L-1 3-0 09/14/12 W-3 1-0 09/28/14 W-1 4-8 09/27/14 L-3 1-0 10/09/82 W-1 11-0 09/13/15 W-11 1-12 09/26/15 L-7 1-2 10/07/17 L-2 56-36 09/03/17 L-9 20-10-1 09/11/10 W-4 3-0 09/29/12 W-3 17-2 10/31/98 L-2 14-0 09/02/17 W-14 0-1 10/22/16 L-1 6-6 09/10/17 L-6 36-12 09/11/05 W-6 21-14 09/09/17 L-1 0-13 09/28/14 L-13 2-1 09/17/16 L-1 14-4 09/27/14 L-1 1-6 10/11/09 L-2 1-1 09/12/92 L-1 8-14 09/27/13 L-3 1-10 09/27/15 L-3 2-0 09/16/07 W-2 0-16 10/02/04 L-16 17-10 09/30/01 L-1 2-0 09/14/84 W-2 0-12 09/18/10 L-12 2-0 09/04/11 W-2 15-0 09/27/97 W-15 1-5 11/17/17 L-5 12-0 09/18/16 W-12 19-1 09/14/96 W-2 2-1 09/25/15 L-1 771-323 ––––– W-2


2018 NAVY water polo Series Results Air Force Navy leads series 21-9 10/12/85 W, 14-5 11/15/86 W, 6-4 09/13/87 W, 11-6 10/10/87 W, 11-8 09/09/88 W, 8-6 09/11/89 L, 6-9 09/09/90 W, 6-5 11/26/90 L, 8-11 09/08/91 L, 5-11 09/11/93 W, 15-10 09/24/94 W, 11-7 09/08/95 L, 2-8 10/19/97 W, 10-8 09/19/98 W, 7-6 09/19/99 L, 6-10 09/15/00 W, 12-9 09/17/00 L, 7-11 10/05/01 W, 8-5 10/28/01 W, 8-5 09/13/03 W, 9-6 09/12/04 W, 14-7 09/09/06 W, 15-10 09/09/06 W, 11-7 09/16/07 W, 11-4 10/20/07 W, 10-7 09/21/08 W, 11-4 10/17/09 W, 12-10 09/26/15 L, 11-17 10/23/16 L, 6-8 10/06/17 L, 7-10 Army Navy leads series 24-1 10/07/83 W, 19-11 11/06/83 W, 13-7 09/29/84 W, 19-12 10/06/84 W, 20-6 11/02/84 W, 13-5 10/12/85 W, 19-6 10/20/85 W, 13-8 11/01/85 W, 16-2 10/03/86 W, 15-6 10/18/86 W, 13-6 11/01/86 W, 6-2 10/09/87 W, 15-5 10/30/87 W, 15-5 09/17/88 W, 8-7 10/07/88 W, 10-6 11/05/88 W, 8-7 10/14/89 W, 7-6 10/14/89 W, 10-6 11/04/89 L, 9-10 10/05/90 W, 13-7 11/04/90 W, 9-5 10/04/91 W, 10-4 11/01/91 W, 16-2 10/02/92 W, 11-6 10/22/93 W, 15-11 Boston College Navy leads series 4-0 09/19/92 W, 16-5 10/07/95 W, 23-12 09/13/97 W, 19-15 09/05/98 W, 22-5 Brown Navy leads series 27-21 10/16/82 L, 8-12 11/13/82 L, 4-10 10/16/83 L, 3-10 10/14/84 L, 10-13

11/11/84 09/20/85 10/13/85 09/20/86 10/11/86 11/10/86 11/29/86 09/20/87 10/11/87 11/15/87 11/29/87 09/18/88 10/02/88 09/16/89 10/14/89 11/11/89 09/16/90 10/14/90 11/12/90 11/27/90 11/09/91 11/07/92 09/24/94 10/08/95 10/05/96 11/10/96 10/04/97 10/04/98 10/23/99 11/14/99 09/30/00 09/14/03 11/13/04 09/24/05 10/21/07 10/26/08 09/12/10 11/19/10 11/19/11 11/18/12 09/14/13 09/13/14 09/12/15 09/17/16

L, 12-15 L, 7-8 L, 6-9 W, 6-5 W, 7-6 W, 5-2 W, 6-4 W, 14-8 L, 6-7 W, 8-6 L, 6-7 W, 9-8 W, 8-4 W, 10-7 W, 11-10 L, 5-6 L, 9-10 L, 8-11 W, 12-9 W, 7-6 W, 7-6 W, 10-3 W, 9-3 W, 20-10 L, 7-8 L, 5-7 W, 8-6 L, 8-9 L, 8-9 W, 11-7 W, 14-7 W, 9-8 W, 9-4 W, 11-7 W, 7-6 L, 7-11 W, 8-7 W, 15-9 W, 12-10 L, 8-9 L, 10-12 W, 10-9 L, 9-13 L, 8-16

Bucknell Navy leads series 84-22 10/08/82 W, 11-10 10/17/82 W, 12-8 11/07/82 W, 13-9 11/14/82 W, 14-13 09/18/83 W, 10-5 10/22/83 W, 11-10 11/04/83 W, 11-10 11/13/83 W, 14-8 10/21/84 W, 12-7 11/03/84 W, 10-7 11/10/84 W, 17-8 10/05/85 W, 10-5 11/03/85 L, 10-11 11/10/85 L, 3-5 10/05/86 W, 12-7 11/01/86 W, 11-5 11/09/86 W, 16-3 10/02/87 L, 9-11 10/31/87 W, 8-5 09/17/88 W, 8-7 10/15/88 L, 13-14 11/06/88 W, 5-3 11/12/88 W, 11-6 10/10/89 W, 15-8 11/03/89 W, 10-1 10/20/90 L, 9-11 11/04/90 W, 9-6

09/21/91 10/05/91 10/12/91 11/01/91 10/17/92 10/31/92 09/25/93 10/02/93 10/30/93 09/03/94 10/15/94 09/02/95 09/30/95 10/27/95 09/28/96 10/26/96 09/06/97 10/11/97 10/25/97 09/05/98 09/12/98 10/10/98 10/24/98 11/01/98 11/14/98 09/11/99 10/30/99 09/23/00 10/07/00 10/28/00 11/04/00 09/22/01 11/03/01 09/21/02 09/20/03 09/27/03 09/25/04 10/17/04 10/24/04 09/10/05 09/25/05 10/14/05 10/29/05 11/12/05 09/30/06 10/14/06 10/28/06 11/12/06 09/29/07 10/07/07 10/19/07 09/27/08 10/19/08 10/03/09 10/17/09 09/25/10 10/16/10 11/06/10 09/24/11 10/16/11 11/05/11 09/22/12 10/13/12 11/03/12 09/21/13 10/12/13 11/10/13 11/24/13 09/20/14 10/04/14 11/08/14 10/11/15 10/17/15 11/08/15

W, 18-8 W, 10-4 W, 11-7 W, 12-4 W, 12-11 W, 9-6 W, 13-7 L, 19-20 W, 13-7 W, 17-12 W, 14-7 W, 19-6 L, 12-13 W, 11-5 W, 15-8 W, 8-7 W, 13-8 W, 7-6 W, 13-7 W, 14-11 W, 13-7 W, 10-9 W, 9-6 W, 9-6 W, 13-11 W, 10-9 W, 8-3 W, 7-4 W, 9-3 W, 10-6 W, 13-6 W, 9-2 W, 8-6 W, 14-7 W, 13-5 W, 7-6 L, 6-8 W, 12-8 W, 8-6 W, 11-6 W, 6-2 W, 5-4 W, 9-8 W, 8-7 W, 11-7 W, 10-5 W, 12-9 W, 11-8 W, 9-7 W, 10-5 W, 8-6 W, 7-6 W, 11-6 L, 11-12 W, 10-7 W, 10-9 W, 9-4 L, 12-13 L, 9-10 W, 10-8 W, 11-5 W, 11-6 W, 17-11 L, 11-13 L, 6-8 L, 10-11 W, 9-8 W, 10-7 W, 8-4 L, 8-12 L, 13-14 L, 11-15 W, 9-7 W, 15-13

11/21/15 09/24/16 10/08/16 09/24/17 10/28/17

L, 13-15 L, 11-20 L, 10-14 L, 6-9 L, 6-12

Cal Cal leads series 18-0 09/27/86 L, 4-13 09/21/88 L, 5-10 09/24/88 L, 9-18 11/29/91 L, 6-13 09/26/92 L, 2-16 09/27/92 L, 6-14 11/27/92 L, 2-15 09/03/94 L, 3-14 09/14/02 L, 5-15 09/05/04 L, 5-7 09/04/05 L, 3-9 09/03/06 L, 3-13 09/02/07 L, 7-12 12/01/07 L, 5-8 09/06/08 L, 4-13 09/05/09 L, 8-16 09/05/09 L, 4-13 09/26/14 L, 5-19 Cal Baptist Navy leads series 4-1 09/07/03 W, 10-4 09/03/05 W, 10-9 09/17/11 W, 11-10 09/13/14 W, 11-10 10/22/16 L, 6-17 Cal Lutheran Navy leads series 3-0 09/14/13 W, 13-7 09/06/15 W, 17-9 09/02/17 W, 12-8 California State Navy leads series 3-0 09/15/85 W, 15-12 09/14/86 W, 6-5 09/10/88 W, 18-5 Caltech Navy leads series 1-0 09/04/16 W, 27-7 Cerritos College (Calif.) Navy leads series 3-0 09/02/12 W, 22-9 09/29/13 W, 16-9 09/07/14 W, 23-6 Chapman Navy leads series 1-0 10/07/17 W, 16-12 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Navy leads series 11-1 09/14/85 W, 9-8 09/13/86 W, 5-4 09/12/87 L, 9-10 09/09/88 W, 10-6 09/08/90 W, 16-7 09/07/91 W, 15-4 09/09/94 W, 16-11 10/18/96 W, 7-3 09/17/99 W, 15-2 09/15/00 W, 9-5 09/18/11 W, 14-12

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W, 14-13

Concordia (Calif.) Concordia leads series 3-1 09/07/08 W, 16-6 09/06/09 L, 4-11 09/04/11 L, 6-14 09/27/13 L, 10-16 Connecticut College Navy leads series 3-0 09/18/11 W, 14-7 09/15/12 W, 25-7 09/14/13 W, 19-4 Dayton Navy leads series 4-0 09/15/84 W, 23-3 09/15/90 W, 19-5 10/16/93 W, 17-9 10/30/93 W, 18-6 Diablo Valley College Navy leads series 4-0 09/05/09 W, 16-7 09/05/10 W, 13-3 09/11/10 W, 9-3 09/07/13 W, 14-12 Fordham Navy leads series 24-4 10/24/82 W, 20-7 11/05/82 W, 14-8 10/21/83 W, 19-7 11/05/83 W, 14-4 10/21/84 W, 16-8 10/06/85 W, 21-10 10/04/86 W, 16-6 10/31/86 W, 11-2 10/03/87 W, 13-4 10/09/87 W, 12-6 10/31/87 W, 17-3 10/08/88 W, 17-7 10/08/89 W, 10-5 10/06/90 W, 22-0 10/19/91 W, 14-12 09/04/99 W, 19-1 09/08/07 W, 11-4 09/06/08 W, 15-6 09/04/10 W, 14-13 09/15/12 W, 19-6 09/08/13 W, 12-11 09/06/14 W, 12-2 09/05/15 W, 9-6 09/12/15 W, 12-8 09/25/16 L, 13-14 10/02/16 L, 9-13 09/23/17 L, 7-8 11/04/17 L, 8-12 Fresno State Fresno State leads series 2-0 09/11/87 L, 5-11 09/25/88 L, 6-10 Gannon Navy leads series 13-0 10/19/01 W, 14-1 11/01/02 W, 12-5 09/08/07 W, 19-1 11/03/07 W, 16-8 10/19/08 W, 19-2 09/06/09 W, 12-5 09/04/10 W, 18-7

09/03/11 09/01/12 11/02/12 10/24/15 09/03/16 09/03/17

W, 23-3 W, 25-5 W, 14-4 W, 16-7 W, 11-8 W, 13-10

George Washington Navy leads series 52-8 10/14/83 W, 18-4 09/21/84 W, 16-0 10/11/85 W, 18-4 09/18/93 W, 19-10 10/01/94 W, 20-10 10/29/94 W, 21-12 09/16/95 W, 16-14 09/14/96 W, 14-7 09/07/97 L, 12-13 09/27/97 W, 11-8 10/25/97 W, 14-10 11/08/97 L, 8-9 09/12/98 W, 15-14 09/26/98 W, 12-11 10/31/98 W, 7-6 09/25/99 W, 10-4 10/23/99 W, 12-9 11/13/99 W, 11-7 09/23/00 W, 14-6 10/06/00 W, 12-8 11/04/00 W, 7-4 10/06/01 W, 11-6 10/03/02 W, 14-3 09/17/03 W, 15-9 10/19/03 W, 8-4 11/02/03 W, 14-7 09/15/04 W, 13-6 10/20/04 W, 18-6 09/21/05 W, 11-9 10/12/05 W, 14-3 09/27/06 W, 11-8 10/03/06 W, 16-5 10/28/06 W, 10-5 09/29/07 W, 11-5 10/10/07 W, 9-8 10/20/07 W, 16-4 11/17/07 W, 15-3 09/17/08 W, 18-8 10/07/08 W, 18-12 09/19/09 W, 18-3 10/18/09 W, 11-3 10/31/09 W, 13-11 10/06/10 W, 11-6 10/30/10 W, 22-9 10/12/11 W, 16-7 10/29/11 W, 15-8 10/10/12 W, 14-8 10/27/12 W, 12-7 09/22/13 L, 13-14 11/02/13 W, 16-12 10/25/14 W, 19-15 11/01/14 W, 10-9 10/07/15 W, 18-14 10/18/15 W, 14-7 11/06/15 W, 11-7 10/29/16 L, 7-15 11/05/16 L, 9-13 09/02/17 L, 11-15 09/23/17 L, 12-17 10/21/17 L, 14-16

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2018 NAVY water polo Series Results Grove City College Navy leads series 3-0 09/25/99 W, 14-2 11/02/01 W, 21-3 10/18/03 W, 18-4 Harvard Navy leads series 27-6 09/23/83 W, 9-8 10/12/84 W, 18-3 11/09/84 W, 11-4 09/21/85 W, 25-2 10/12/86 W, 12-6 11/08/86 W, 21-0 11/12/88 W, 13-3 09/16/89 W, 10-8 11/12/89 W, 11-2 11/11/90 W, 12-7 09/19/92 W, 16-11 09/24/94 W, 14-8 11/05/94 W, 19-10 09/21/96 W, 12-7 10/05/96 W, 12-9 09/21/97 W, 18-8 10/04/97 W, 9-3 10/02/99 W, 8-7 10/01/00 L, 5-6 11/18/00 W, 15-5 09/29/01 W, 10-5 11/17/01 L, 3-5 10/27/02 W, 7-4 09/24/04 W, 11-10 11/14/04 W, 10-5 10/21/07 W, 7-5 09/18/11 W, 10-8 11/18/11 W, 20-5 09/14/13 L, 10-13 09/14/14 L, 9-13 11/21/14 W, 15-10 11/20/15 L, 12-19 09/18/16 L, 4-13 Indiana U. (Pa.) Navy leads series 2-0 10/23/82 W, 19-5 11/06/82 W, 26-3 Iona Navy leads series 47-0 10/08/83 W, 12-6 11/05/83 W, 17-5 10/20/84 W, 10-5 11/03/84 W, 12-4 10/20/85 W, 9-5 11/02/85 W, 7-3 11/09/85 W, 16-6 10/05/86 W, 11-10 11/02/86 W, 6-2 09/19/87 W, 14-3 10/04/87 W, 13-9 11/01/87 W, 13-9 11/14/87 W, 11-6 10/01/88 W, 5-3 10/08/88 W, 13-10 11/04/88 W, 13-10 10/07/89 W, 10-6 11/05/89 W, 12-8 10/06/90 W, 13-12 09/22/91 W, 6-4 10/05/91 W, 11-8 11/09/91 W, 7-6 09/19/92 W, 13-6 10/17/92 W, 17-8 11/06/93 W, 16-11

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09/04/99 09/02/00 09/01/01 11/16/02 09/13/03 09/27/03 11/15/03 09/11/05 11/12/05 09/03/06 09/23/06 09/03/07 11/16/07 09/14/08 11/21/08 11/20/09 09/01/12 09/07/13 09/13/13 11/21/14 09/03/16 09/03/17

W, 18-5 W, 12-3 W, 12-7 W, 9-6 W, 8-7 W, 9-3 W, 12-6 W, 15-6 W, 9-5 W, 14-9 W, 15-8 W, 8-5 W, 12-3 W, 10-5 W, 14-10 W, 15-11 W, 18-13 W, 16-9 W, 14-6 W, 14-12 W, 11-6 W, 9-8

Johns Hopkins Navy leads series 53-8 09/19/82 W, 11-3 10/27/90 W, 18-3 10/10/92 W, 13-11 09/18/93 W, 13-8 09/17/94 W, 18-12 10/14/95 W, 26-10 10/12/96 W, 18-11 09/13/97 W, 18-7 09/26/98 W, 17-6 10/09/99 W, 16-5 09/24/00 W, 13-9 10/07/00 W, 9-1 10/06/01 W, 11-6 10/20/01 W, 10-4 11/17/01 W, 15-5 10/03/02 W, 16-8 10/05/02 W, 13-6 10/05/02 W, 10-5 10/19/02 W, 17-9 11/02/02 W, 10-2 09/17/03 W, 17-10 09/15/04 W, 11-8 09/26/04 W, 13-10 10/20/04 W, 11-7 09/10/05 W, 13-5 10/12/05 W, 10-8 09/27/06 W, 15-13 09/30/06 W, 13-11 10/10/07 W, 11-9 10/21/07 W, 11-7 11/04/07 W, 11-7 09/13/08 L, 8-9 09/17/08 W, 9-4 10/07/08 W, 15-12 11/08/08 W, 16-6 09/05/09 W, 11-9 09/19/09 W, 14-7 10/31/09 W, 15-10 11/07/09 W, 12-9 11/21/09 W, 12-7 10/06/10 W, 14-13 10/30/10 W, 16-7 11/07/10 W, 13-4 10/12/11 W, 13-11 10/29/11 W, 16-7 10/10/12 L, 13-14 10/27/12 W, 12-5 09/22/13 L, 17-22 11/02/13 W, 12-8

11/09/13 10/25/14 11/01/14 11/09/14 10/07/15 10/17/15 09/23/16 11/05/16 11/18/16 10/01/17 10/21/17 11/19/17

W, 11-9 L, 14-15 W, 17-10 W, 11-10 L, 9-11 W, 12-11 L, 8-14 W, 14-13 L, 9-17 W, 10-4 L, 10-11 W, 9-5

Kenyon Navy leads series 1-0 09/17/82 W, 26-6 La Salle Navy leads series 2-0 09/04/16 W, 22-1 09/03/17 W, 23-5 La Verne Navy leads series 2-1 09/15/00 L, 6-9 09/28/12 W, 19-6 10/06/17 W, 15-9 Little Rock Navy leads series 6-2 09/16/84 W, 19-7 11/13/87 W, 16-4 11/13/88 W, 13-7 11/27/88 L, 9-10 09/22/89 L, 4-11 11/11/90 W, 15-10 10/16/93 W, 16-13 10/31/93 W, 7-4 Long Beach State LBSU leads series 11-2 09/11/87 L, 3-18 11/30/91 L, 9-13 09/11/94 L, 11-12 09/10/95 L, 3-10 10/18/97 L, 6-9 09/06/02 L, 6-7 09/06/03 W, 12-10 10/04/03 L, 7-11 09/04/04 L, 6-7 09/03/05 L, 10-11 09/16/06 W, 9-8 10/10/09 L, 8-9 09/27/12 L, 7-15 Loyola-Chicago Navy leads series 5-1 11/25/84 L, 7-10 09/14/85 W, 13-5 09/15/85 W, 20-7 11/16/86 W, 10-5 10/21/88 W, 10-5 10/22/88 W, 13-5 Loyola Marymount LMU leads series 5-4 09/11/88 W, 18-3 09/15/02 W, 14-3 12/07/03 L, 7-10 09/04/04 L, 9-10 09/18/05 L, 6-7 12/02/07 W, 7-6 09/20/08 L, 4-9 12/07/08 L, 4-11

09/17/11

W, 12-11

Merchant Marine Academy Navy leads series 2-0 09/02/00 W, 9-3 09/01/01 W, 21-5 Mercyhurst Navy leads series 12-0 10/20/01 W, 10-2 10/18/02 W, 16-5 11/01/03 W, 10-1 10/28/05 W, 14-3 09/06/09 W, 14-5 09/05/10 W, 15-8 09/05/10 W, 16-4 11/01/13 W, 13-9 09/06/14 W, 14-6 11/07/14 W, 19-9 11/19/16 W, 12-8 11/18/17 W, 9-8 Millersville State Navy leads series 1-0 10/22/82 W, 23-1 MIT Navy leads series 13-1 09/24/83 W, 21-1 09/22/84 W, 23-3 09/21/85 W, 23-2 10/10/86 W, 21-4 10/01/88 W, 15-2 09/07/02 W, 9-6 09/07/03 W, 13-7 09/03/06 W, 10-3 11/11/06 W, 13-7 09/18/11 W, 18-5 11/17/12 W, 21-9 11/22/13 W, 19-11 09/13/14 W, 20-10 11/22/15 L, 8-12 Monmouth Navy leads series 3-0 09/18/82 W, 13-9 10/07/83 W, 20-5 11/07/15 W, 17-11 Montclair State Navy leads series 2-0 10/22/83 W, 25-5 10/05/84 W, 24-10 Mt. San Antonio College Navy leads series 2-0 09/04/11 W, 17-4 09/08/13 W, 28-9 New York Athletic Club NYAC leads series 1-0 10/16/82 L, 9-16 Notre Dame (Ohio) Navy leads series 3-0 11/04/11 W, 19-8 09/02/12 W, 22-8 09/14/12 W, 26-7 Occidental Navy leads series 1-0 09/28/14 W, 22-4

RAISE THE SAIL

Pacific Pacific leads series 8-4 09/26/93 L, 5-12 11/27/93 L, 7-13 09/09/95 W, 5-4 10/18/96 L, 7-13 09/19/98 L, 6-15 10/05/03 W, 8-5 10/03/04 L, 9-10 09/04/05 W, 7-5 09/02/07 W, 13-12 09/15/07 L, 11-15 09/15/13 L, 10-25 09/27/14 L, 6-16 Penn State Navy leads series 1-0 10/09/82 W, 21-4 Penn State Behrend Navy leads series 11-0 11/02/02 W, 18-2 10/30/04 W, 23-4 09/05/09 W, 18-2 09/04/10 W, 19-4 09/12/10 W, 17-3 09/15/12 W, 17-5 09/07/13 W, 27-3 11/08/13 W, 15-3 09/07/14 W, 19-6 11/08/14 W, 21-4 09/13/15 W, 17-4 Pepperdine Pepperdine leads series 12-1 09/13/85 L, 5-9 09/12/86 L, 9-12 09/26/86 L, 3-12 09/13/87 L, 8-10 11/28/87 L, 8-16 09/10/88 W, 11-9 09/10/89 L, 5-13 11/28/92 L, 8-19 11/27/94 L, 10-13 09/18/98 L, 6-11 09/18/99 L, 6-12 09/17/05 L, 6-9 09/26/15 L, 9-14 Pomona-Pitzer Pitzer leads series 2-1 09/19/10 W, 14-8 09/17/11 L, 7-10 10/07/17 L, 6-12 Princeton Navy leads series 56-36 10/22/83 W, 16-4 10/20/84 W, 21-0 10/05/85 W, 18-7 10/18/86 W, 19-1 10/17/87 W, 9-7 10/22/88 W, 11-7 10/06/89 W, 16-5 09/15/90 W, 15-6 10/19/90 L, 11-12 09/21/91 W, 14-6 10/06/91 W, 11-6 10/18/92 L, 11-12 10/31/92 L, 2-3 11/08/92 L, 7-8 11/29/92 W, 14-9 09/18/93 W, 11-6 09/25/93 W, 10-9

10/15/94 10/16/94 09/23/95 10/14/95 10/29/95 11/05/95 09/22/96 10/12/96 10/27/96 09/20/97 10/25/97 10/11/98 10/24/98 10/09/99 10/30/99 09/24/00 10/07/00 11/05/00 09/22/01 10/21/01 11/04/01 11/18/01 09/21/02 10/19/02 11/03/02 09/20/03 09/28/03 10/19/03 11/02/03 11/16/03 09/18/04 10/24/04 10/31/04 10/01/05 10/15/05 10/30/05 09/23/06 10/07/06 10/14/06 10/29/06 11/14/06 10/06/07 10/20/07 11/03/07 09/27/08 10/26/08 11/09/08 11/23/08 09/20/09 10/03/09 10/18/09 11/08/09 11/22/09 09/25/10 10/16/10 11/20/10 09/24/11 10/16/11 11/06/11 11/20/11 09/22/12 10/13/12 11/04/12 09/21/13 10/12/13 11/09/13 11/23/13 09/20/14 10/05/14 11/22/14 10/24/15 10/31/15 11/07/15 10/09/16

W, 18-8 W, 17-2 W, 15-5 W, 9-4 W, 8-3 W, 10-7 W, 12-8 W, 11-6 W, 12-10 W, 13-5 W, 13-9 W, 11-8 W, 9-7 W, 12-11 L, 6-7 W, 14-13 L, 5-6 W, 6-5 L, 2-8 W, 9-8 L, 5-6 W, 9-6 W, 14-13 L, 8-9 W, 9-6 L, 6-7 L, 6-8 W, 8-6 L, 7-10 W, 8-6 L, 10-11 L, 4-7 L, 9-10 L, 6-8 W, 9-7 W, 10-8 W, 11-9 W, 9-7 W, 10-8 W, 11-10 W, 9-6 W, 13-8 W, 14-8 W, 11-5 L, 3-7 W, 8-6 L, 11-12 W, 9-6 W, 13-7 L, 3-7 W, 5-3 W, 10-5 L, 4-5 L, 6-7 W, 7-6 W, 8-5 L, 9-11 L, 9-10 W, 10-5 L, 7-10 W, 13-10 W, 14-13 L, 7-10 L, 7-12 L, 11-16 W, 12-10 L, 8-9 L, 7-12 L, 10-11 L, 3-6 L, 8-12 L, 13-15 L, 6-14 L, 7-12


2018 NAVY water polo Series Results 09/03/17

W, 11-17

Queens Navy leads series 20-10-1 10/22/89 W, 10-8 10/20/90 W, 25-5 10/20/91 W, 17-2 10/03/92 W, 22-9 10/10/92 W, 20-7 09/03/95 W, 12-11 10/07/95 W, 20-10 09/08/96 W, 10-4 10/05/96 W, 12-8 09/07/97 W, 8-7 10/05/97 W, 5-4 09/05/98 L, 7-11 10/04/98 W, 12-9 11/14/98 L, 5-9 11/20/98 T, 10-10 09/05/99 L, 8-11 10/02/99 L, 4-8 10/23/99 L, 6-7 11/13/99 L, 9-10 09/03/00 W, 12-8 09/30/00 W, 13-6 09/02/01 W, 10-6 09/30/01 L, 3-5 09/07/02 W, 6-5 10/26/02 L, 5-7 11/17/02 L, 4-5 09/06/03 L, 8-9 11/16/03 W, 10-9 09/25/04 W, 25-3 09/04/10 W, 14-5 09/11/10 W, 20-8 Redlands Navy leads series 3-0 10/10/09 W, 16-6 09/18/11 W, 12-6 09/29/12 W, 17-14 Richmond Navy leads series 17-2 09/11/83 W, 12-5 09/17/83 W, 14-7 09/25/83 W, 15-7 11/12/83 W, 10-6 09/23/84 W, 14-5 09/22/85 W, 17-8 09/06/86 W, 12-4 09/12/86 W, 14-4 09/21/86 W, 15-10 09/18/87 W, 21-3 10/14/89 W, 8-6 10/16/93 W, 21-7 10/15/94 W, 11-10 09/02/95 W, 15-6 09/16/95 W, 15-13 09/14/96 W, 17-13 09/13/97 W, 6-4 09/26/98 L, 4-13 10/31/98 L, 5-11 Salem International Navy leads series 14-0 10/11/97 W, 11-4 10/10/98 W, 11-3 09/11/99 W, 22-8 10/18/02 W, 21-8 09/18/04 W, 15-9 10/17/04 W, 13-6 10/30/04 W, 10-8 10/01/05 W, 15-8

10/14/05 11/02/07 10/30/10 11/05/11 09/05/15 09/02/17

W, 14-6 W, 8-6 W, 14-10 W, 16-3 W, 20-9 W, 16-9

San Jose State SJSU leads series 1-0 10/22/16 L, 7-14 Santa Clara Series tied 6-6 09/22/94 10/19/96 10/05/03 10/02/04 09/02/06 09/08/07 09/20/08 09/18/10 09/15/13 09/14/14 10/23/16 09/10/17

W, 20-5 W, 8-4 W, 8-6 W, 16-10 W, 7-3 W, 11-5 L, 8-11 L, 7-11 L, 12-16 L, 7-12 L, 12-18 L, 7-12

Slippery Rock Navy leads series 36-12 09/18/82 L, 13-14 10/09/82 W, 13-6 10/15/82 W, 17-14 11/06/82 W, 16-9 09/10/83 W, 14-8 10/23/83 L, 8-10 11/05/83 W, 13-7 11/12/83 L, 10-16 10/07/84 W, 11-7 11/03/84 W, 12-5 10/19/85 W, 14-7 11/02/85 W, 9-0 11/08/85 W, 12-7 10/19/86 W, 9-4 10/16/87 W, 20-5 10/23/88 W, 16-2 11/05/88 W, 18-5 09/16/89 W, 18-4 10/07/89 W, 16-6 11/04/89 W, 12-6 11/10/89 W, 12-4 09/16/90 W, 11-9 10/07/90 W, 14-10 10/13/90 W, 10-7 11/05/90 W, 15-11 09/22/91 W, 10-8 10/13/91 L, 5-7 10/19/91 L, 7-8 11/02/91 L, 8-10 11/10/91 L, 5-7 12/01/91 L, 8-9 10/03/92 L, 10-14 10/11/92 W, 16-15 11/14/92 L, 7-11 10/02/93 W, 20-12 11/06/93 W, 16-9 09/17/94 W, 15-9 10/30/94 W, 18-17 09/30/95 W, 17-15 09/28/96 L, 6-8 09/06/97 W, 19-10 10/11/97 L, 14-18 11/08/97 W, 12-10 10/11/98 W, 10-9 09/11/99 W, 19-1 11/03/00 W, 17-5

10/29/04 09/11/05

W, 10-2 W, 17-5

St. Francis Brooklyn Navy leads series 21-14 11/04/95 W, 15-7 11/09/96 W, 14-7 10/04/97 L, 5-15 11/08/97 L, 7-8 10/03/98 W, 10-8 11/14/98 W, 7-6 10/02/99 W, 8-4 10/01/00 L, 4-12 10/28/00 L, 5-10 11/19/00 W, 13-12 09/29/01 W, 14-7 09/06/02 W, 13-10 10/26/02 W, 7-5 11/16/02 W, 9-7 09/14/03 W, 8-6 09/28/03 W, 10-5 11/14/04 L, 7-8 09/24/05 L, 9-14 11/13/05 L, 9-10 09/02/06 W, 10-9 09/24/06 L, 9-10 09/03/07 W, 11-10 09/30/07 L, 7-8 10/07/07 W, 9-7 11/18/07 W, 11-7 09/07/08 W, 9-8 11/22/08 W, 12-11 09/11/10 L, 8-10 11/21/10 L, 4-8 09/03/11 W, 9-8 11/16/12 L, 10-14 09/15/13 L, 9-11 10/26/13 W, 14-9 11/23/14 W, 14-13 09/09/17 L, 7-13 Stanford Stanford leads series 13-0 11/23/84 L, 8-16 09/28/86 L, 5-14 09/20/89 L, 6-14 09/23/89 L, 6-15 11/26/93 L, 1-16 09/10/94 L, 4-15 10/19/97 L, 6-12 09/10/06 L, 5-14 09/16/06 L, 4-11 09/14/07 L, 8-17 09/13/08 L, 4-13 09/06/09 L, 7-16 09/28/14 L, 4-24 Toronto Navy leads series 2-1 09/15/12 W, 21-6 09/13/15 W, 15-9 09/17/16 L, 11-12 UC Davis Navy leads series 14-4 09/09/90 W, 18-4 09/07/91 W, 16-6 09/13/92 W, 14-11 09/12/93 W, 10-9 09/09/94 W, 12-6 09/08/95 W, 11-10 10/19/96 L, 6-10 10/17/97 W, 10-8 10/18/97 W, 10-8

09/17/99 10/28/01 10/04/03 10/03/04 09/18/05 09/19/08 09/21/08 10/11/09 09/27/14

W, 13-8 W, 8-5 L, 5-7 L, 10-11 W, 11-9 W, 6-5 W, 6-4 W, 10-7 L, 9-13

UC Irvine UC Irvine leads series 6-1 11/26/88 L, 5-17 09/19/90 L, 12-13 09/18/98 L, 9-19 09/16/00 L, 3-12 09/17/06 W, 14-9 09/15/07 L, 12-13 10/11/09 L, 7-10 UC Riverside Series tied 1-1 09/09/90 09/12/92

W, 10-4 L, 7-12

UC San Diego UC San Diego leads series 14-8 09/12/86 W, 9-8 09/13/87 L, 5-9 09/26/87 W, 11-9 09/24/89 L, 7-9 09/08/90 W, 9-8 09/08/91 L, 7-12 09/11/92 L, 7-12 09/10/93 L, 6-14 09/13/93 L, 5-8 11/28/93 W, 20-17 09/09/94 W, 16-11 09/11/94 W, 7-5 09/08/95 L, 7-10 10/20/96 L, 8-12 10/27/01 L, 7-8 09/15/02 W, 7-5 12/03/06 L, 8-12 09/14/08 L, 6-9 09/12/09 W, 11-10 09/19/10 L, 6-9 09/16/11 L, 15-16 09/27/13 L, 9-11

09/13/86 11/28/86 09/12/87 09/25/87 09/11/88 11/25/88 09/10/89 09/10/95 10/20/96 09/18/99 12/02/00 09/14/02 09/11/04 10/02/04

L, 2-10 L, 7-13 L, 7-17 L, 6-16 L, 6-15 L, 3-11 L, 6-12 L, 9-18 L, 5-18 L, 6-14 L, 5-12 L, 6-7 L, 4-14 L, 3-8

UMass Navy leads series 17-10 10/12/91 W, 10-5 11/07/92 W, 10-9 09/26/93 W, 10-8 11/06/93 L, 4-10 09/03/94 W, 13-11 11/05/94 L, 6-9 11/26/94 W, 11-3 09/02/95 W, 9-7 10/07/95 W, 7-6 11/04/95 L, 4-8 09/07/96 W, 10-8 10/06/96 W, 11-7 11/09/96 L, 5-10 09/06/97 L, 8-16 10/05/97 W, 6-4 10/03/98 L, 9-13 10/24/98 W, 8-3 11/20/98 L, 7-8 09/05/99 L, 6-9 10/02/99 W, 13-6 11/21/99 W, 9-5 09/03/00 W, 3-2 09/30/00 W, 8-6 10/29/00 L, 8-11 11/18/00 W, 14-11 09/02/01 W, 8-6 09/30/01 L, 4-7 UNC Wilmington Navy leads series 2-0 09/16/83 W, 20-3 09/14/84 W, 16-1

UC Santa Barbara UCSB leads series 10-1 09/14/85 L, 5-12 09/24/88 L, 8-10 11/25/90 L, 9-16 09/20/91 L, 10-12 09/10/94 L, 5-10 09/19/99 L, 2-13 09/17/00 L, 3-7 09/17/05 W, 6-4 09/17/06 L, 11-14 09/28/13 L, 7-16 09/27/15 L, 7-13

USC USC leads series 12-0 09/14/86 L, 9-10 11/30/86 L, 3-8 09/27/87 L, 4-14 11/27/87 L, 5-17 11/25/94 L, 5-15 09/09/95 L, 6-23 09/16/00 L, 8-11 12/03/00 L, 9-15 12/06/03 L, 6-10 12/02/06 L, 3-20 12/06/08 L, 9-14 09/18/10 L, 6-15

UC Santa Cruz Navy leads series 2-0 09/05/04 W, 8-3 09/16/07 W, 11-5

Vanguard Navy leads series 2-0 09/04/10 W, 17-5 09/04/11 W, 18-12

UCLA UCLA leads series 16-0 11/24/84 L, 4-17 09/13/85 L, 5-12

Villanova Navy leads series 15-0 10/21/88 W, 15-5 10/09/89 W, 12-6

RAISE THE SAIL

10/21/90 10/13/91 10/20/91 09/20/92 10/04/92 11/01/92 10/02/93 10/01/94 10/29/94 10/14/95 10/12/96 10/26/96 09/27/97

W, 19-8 W, 9-5 W, 20-4 W, 13-4 W, 16-7 W, 12-4 W, 20-11 W, 12-7 W, 19-8 W, 15-7 W, 12-7 W, 11-10 W, 13-10

Wagner Wagner leads series 5-1 09/25/16 W, 13-7 10/02/16 L, 13-15 11/20/16 L, 13-16 09/09/17 L, 10-11 10/01/17 L, 6-15 11/17/17 L, 8-9 Washington & Jefferson Navy leads series 12-0 10/09/99 W, 15-8 10/30/99 W, 13-2 10/18/03 W, 12-5 11/01/03 W, 17-6 11/08/08 W, 22-5 11/06/09 W, 19-1 11/05/10 W, 22-4 09/16/11 W, 17-7 09/16/12 W, 28-4 09/07/14 W, 23-2 11/20/15 W, 19-9 09/18/16 W, 17-8 Washington & Lee Navy leads series 19-1 09/18/82 W, 18-16 10/16/82 W, 10-7 11/13/82 W, 12-11 09/16/83 W, 28-2 09/17/83 W, 16-5 09/24/83 W, 15-3 09/15/84 W, 20-4 09/22/84 W, 21-1 10/11/85 W, 14-4 09/19/86 W, 15-5 10/10/87 W, 16-5 10/13/90 W, 16-5 10/28/90 W, 12-9 10/11/92 W, 15-3 10/16/93 W, 18-5 09/17/94 W, 11-4 11/05/94 W, 18-4 09/16/95 L, 15-16 10/28/95 W, 24-4 09/14/96 W, 21-6 Whittier Navy leads series 2-1 09/16/11 W, 13-7 09/28/12 W, 14-8 09/25/15 L, 12-14

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2018 NAVY water polo Year-By-Year Results 1982

S17 Kenyon S18 Slippery Rock S18 Monmouth S18 Washington & Lee S19 Johns Hopkins O8 Bucknell O9 Penn State O9 Slippery Rock O15 Slippery Rock O16 Brown O16 Washington & Lee O16 N.Y. Athletic Club O17 at Bucknell O22 Millersville State O23 Indiana U. (Pa.) O24 Fordham N5 Fordham N6 Indiana U. (Pa.) N6 Slippery Rock N7 Bucknell N13 Washington & Lee 1 N13 Brown 1 N14 Bucknell 1 1 – CWPA Eastern Championship ()

1983

S10 Slippery Rock S11 Richmond S16 Washington & Lee S16 UNC Wilmington S17 Richmond S17 Washington & Lee S18 Bucknell S23 Harvard S24 MIT S24 Washington & Lee S25 Richmond O7 Army O7 Monmouth O8 Iona O14 George Washington O16 Brown O21 Fordham O22 Bucknell O22 Princeton O22 Montclair State O23 Slippery Rock N4 Bucknell N5 Iona N5 Fordham N5 Slippery Rock N6 Army N12 Richmond 1 N12 Slippery Rock 1 N13 Bucknell 1 1 – CWPA Eastern Championship ()

1984

S14 UNC Wilmington S15 Dayton S15 Washington & Lee S16 Little Rock S21 George Washington S22 Washington & Lee S22 MIT S23 Richmond S29 Army O5 Montclair State O6 Army O7 Slippery Rock O12 Harvard O14 Brown O20 Princeton O20 Iona O21 Fordham O21 Bucknell N2 Army 1 N3 Iona 1

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19-4

W, 26-6 L, 13-14 W, 13-9 W, 18-16 W, 11-3 W, 11-10 W, 21-4 W, 13-6 W, 17-14 L, 8-12 W, 10-7 L, 9-16 W, 12-8 W, 23-1 W, 19-5 W, 20-7 W, 14-8 W, 26-3 W, 16-9 W, 13-9 W, 12-11 L, 4-10 W, 14-13

26-3

W, 14-8 W, 12-5 W, 28-2 W, 20-3 W, 14-7 W, 16-5 W, 10-5 W, 9-8 W, 21-1 W, 15-3 W, 15-7 W, 19-11 W, 20-5 W, 12-6 W, 18-4 L, 3-10 W, 19-7 W, 11-10 W, 16-4 W, 25-5 L, 8-10 W, 11-10 W, 17-5 W, 14-4 W, 13-7 W, 13-7 W, 10-6 L, 10-16 W, 14-8

23-5

W, 16-1 W, 23-3 W, 20-4 W, 19-7 W, 16-0 W, 21-1 W, 23-3 W, 14-5 W, 19-12 W, 24-10 W, 20-6 W, 11-7 W, 18-3 L, 10-13 W, 21-0 W, 10-5 W, 16-8 W, 12-7 W, 13-5 W, 12-4

N3 Slippery Rock 1 N3 Bucknell 1 N9 Harvard 2 N10 Bucknell 2 N11 Brown 2 N23 Stanford 3 N24 UCLA 3 N25 Loyola-Chicago 3

1 – Mid-Atlantic Conference Championship () 2 – CWPA Eastern Championship () 3 – NCAA Championship ()

1985

S13 at Pepperdine 1 S13 vs. UCLA 1 S14 vs. UC Santa Barbara 1 S14 vs. Clare.Mudd-Scripps 1 S14 vs. Loyola-Chicago 1 S15 vs. Loyola-Chicago 1 S15 vs. California State 1 S20 at Brown S21 vs. MIT 2 S21 vs. Harvard 2 S22 vs. Richmond 2 O5 vs. Bucknell 3 O5 at Princeton O6 vs. Fordham 3 O11 George Washington O11 Washington & Lee O12 Air Force O12 Army O13 Brown O19 vs. Slippery Rock 4 O20 at Army O20 vs. Iona 4 N1 Army 5 N2 Slippery Rock 5 N2 Iona 5 N3 Bucknell 5 N8 Slippery Rock 6 N9 Iona 6 N10 Bucknell 6

1 – Wave Water Polo Tournament (Malibu, Calif.) 2 – Game played in Providence, R.I. 3 – Game played in Princeton, N.J. 4 – Game played in West Point, N.Y. 5 – Mid-Atlantic Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 6 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Providence, R.I.)

1986

S6 Richmond S12 vs. Richmond 1 S12 at Pepperdine 1 S12 vs. UC San Diego 1 S13 vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 1 S13 vs. UCLA 1 S14 at California State S14 at USC S19 Washington & Lee 2 S20 Brown 2 S21 Richmond 2 S26 vs. Pepperdine 3 S27 vs. Cal 3 S28 vs. Stanford 3 O3 at Army O4 at Fordham O5 vs. Iona 4 O5 vs. Bucknell 4 O10 vs. MIT 5 O11 at Brown 5 O12 vs. Harvard 5 O18 Princeton O18 Army O19 Slippery Rock O31 vs. Fordham 6 N1 vs. Bucknell 6 N1 vs. Army 6 N2 vs. Iona 6 N8 Harvard 7 N9 Bucknell 7 N10 Brown 7

W, 12-5 W, 10-7 W, 11-4 W, 17-8 L, 12-15 L, 8-16 L, 4-17 L, 7-10

22-7

L, 5-9 L, 5-12 L, 5-12 W, 9-8 W, 13-5 W, 20-7 W, 15-12 L, 7-8 W, 23-2 W, 25-2 W, 17-8 W, 10-5 W, 18-7 W, 21-10 W, 18-4 W, 14-4 W, 14-5 W, 19-6 L, 6-9 W, 14-7 W, 13-8 W, 9-5 W, 16-2 W, 9-0 W, 7-3 L, 10-11 W, 12-7 W, 16-6 L, 3-5

28-8

W, 12-4 W, 14-4 L, 9-12 W, 9-8 W, 5-4 L, 2-10 W, 6-5 L, 9-10 W, 15-5 W, 6-5 W, 15-10 L, 3-12 L, 4-13 L, 5-14 W, 15-6 W, 16-6 W, 11-10 W, 12-7 W, 21-4 W, 7-6 W, 12-6 W, 19-1 W, 13-6 W, 9-4 W, 11-2 W, 11-5 W, 6-2 W, 6-2 W, 21-0 W, 16-3 W, 5-2

N15 Air Force 7 N16 Loyola-Chicago 7 N28 UCLA 8 N29 Brown 8 N30 USC 8

1 – Pepperdine Wave Invitational (Malibu, Calif.) 2 – Southeast Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) 3 – Brown Invitational (Providence, R.I.) 4 – Game played in Bronx, N.Y. 5 – Northeast Invitational (Providence, R.I.) 6 – Mid-Atlantic Championship (Troy, N.Y.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 8 – NCAA Championship (Long Beach, Calif.)

1987

S11 at Long Beach State S11 vs. Fresno State 1 S12 vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 2 S12 vs. UCLA 2 S13 vs. Air Force 2 S13 vs. UC San Diego 2 S13 at Pepperdine 2 S18 vs. Richmond 3 S19 vs. Iona 3 S20 at Brown 3 S25 vs. UCLA 4 S26 vs. UC San Diego 4 S27 vs. USC 4 O2 at Bucknell O3 vs. Fordham 5 O4 vs. Iona 5 O9 Army O9 Fordham O10 Washington & Lee 6 O10 Air Force 6 O11 Brown 6 O16 vs. Slippery Rock 7 O17 vs. Princeton 7 O30 vs. Army 8 O31 vs. Bucknell 8 O31 at Fordham 8 N1 vs. Iona 8 N13 Little Rock 9 N14 Iona 9 N15 Brown 9 N27 vs. USC 10 N28 vs. Pepperdine 10 N29 vs. Brown 10 1 – Game played in Long Beach, Calif. 2 – Pepperdine Wave Invitational (Malibu, Calif.) 3 – Eastern Invitational - Round 1 (Providence, R.I.) 4 – Brown Open (Providence, R.I.) 5 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 6 – Eastern Invitational - Round 2 (Annapolis, Md.) 7 – Game played in Bronx, N.Y. 8 – Mid-Atlantic Championship (Bronx, N.Y.) 9 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 10 – NCAA Championship (Long Beach, Calif.)

1988

W, 6-4 W, 10-5 L, 7-13 W, 6-4 L, 3-8

20-13

L, 3-18 L, 5-11 L, 9-10 L, 7-17 W, 11-6 L, 5-9 L, 8-10 W, 21-3 W, 14-3 W, 14-8 L, 6-16 W, 11-9 L, 4-14 L, 9-11 W, 13-4 W, 13-9 W, 15-5 W, 12-6 W, 16-5 W, 11-8 L, 6-7 W, 20-5 W, 9-7 W, 15-5 W, 8-5 W, 17-3 W, 13-9 W, 16-4 W, 11-6 W, 8-6 L, 5-17 L, 8-16 L, 6-7

Princeton Slippery Rock vs. Iona 7 vs. Army 7 vs. Slippery Rock 7 vs. Bucknell 7 vs. Harvard 8 vs. Bucknell 8 vs. Little Rock 8 vs. UCLA 9 vs. UC Irvine 9 vs. Little Rock 9

1 – Claremont Invitational (Claremont, Calif.) 2 – Pepperdine Wave Invitational (Malibu, Calif.) 3 – Eastern Invitational - Round 1 (Annapolis, Md.) 4 – Brown Invitational (Providence, R.I.) 5 – Eastern Invitational - Round 2 (Providence, R.I.) 6 – Game played in West Point, N.Y. 7 – Mid-Atlantic Championship (New York, N.Y.) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Providence, R.I.) 9 – NCAA Championship (Long Beach, Calif.)

1989

S10 vs. UCLA 1 S10 at Pepperdine 1 S11 vs. Air Force 1 S16 vs. Slippery Rock 2 S16 at Harvard 2 S16 vs. Brown 2 S20 Stanford S22 vs. Little Rock 3 S23 vs. Stanford 3 S24 vs. UC San Diego 3 O6 vs. Princeton 4 O7 vs. Slippery Rock 4 O7 vs. Iona 4 O8 vs. Fordham 4 O9 at Villanova O10 Bucknell O13 Army O14 Richmond 5 O14 Army 5 O14 Brown 5 O22 vs. Queens 6 N3 Bucknell 7 N4 Slippery Rock 7 N4 Army 7 N5 Iona 7 N10 Slippery Rock 8 N11 Brown 8 N12 Harvard 8

1 – Pepperdine Wave Invitational (Malibu, Calif.) 2 – Eastern Invitational - Round 1 (Cambridge, Mass.) 3 – National Invitational (Providence, R.I.) 4 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 5 – Eastern Invitational - Round 2 (Annapolis, Md.) 6 – Game played in Princeton, N.J. 7 – Mid-Atlantic Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.)

26-9

S9 at Claremont-Mudd Scripps 1 W, 10-6 S9 vs. Air Force 1 W, 8-6 S10 at Pepperdine 2 W, 11-9 S10 vs. California State 2 W, 18-5 S11 vs. Loyola Marymount 2 W, 18-3 S11 vs. UCLA 2 L, 6-15 3 S17 Army W, 8-7 3 S17 Bucknell W, 8-7 3 S18 Brown W, 9-8 S22 Cal L, 5-10 S22 Cal L, 9-18 S24 vs. UC Santa Barbara 4 L, 8-10 S25 vs. Fresno State 4 L, 6-10 O1 vs. MIT 5 W, 15-2 O1 vs. Iona 5 W, 5-3 5 O2 at Brown W, 8-4 O7 at Army W, 10-6 6 O8 vs. Fordham W, 17-7 O8 vs. Iona 6 W, 13-10 O15 at Bucknell L, 13-14 O21 Loyola-Chicago W, 10-5 O21 Villanova W, 15-5 O22 Loyola-Chicago W, 13-5

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O22 O23 N4 N5 N5 N6 N12 N12 N13 N25 N26 N27

1990

S8 at UC San Diego 1 S8 vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 1 S9 vs. UC Riverside 1 S9 vs. UC Davis 1 S9 vs. Air Force 1 S15 Dayton 2 S15 Princeton 2 S16 Slippery Rock 2 S16 Brown 2 S19 UC Irvine O5 at Army O6 at Fordham O6 vs. Iona 3 O7 vs. Slippery Rock 3 O13 vs. Washington & Lee 4 O13 vs. Slippery Rock 4 O14 at Brown 4 O19 vs. Princeton 5 O20 vs. Bucknell 5 O20 vs. Queens 5 O21 at Villanova O27 vs. Johns Hopkins 6

W, 11-7 W, 16-2 W, 13-10 W, 8-7 W, 18-5 W, 5-3 W, 13-3 W, 11-6 W, 13-7 L, 3-11 L, 5-17 L, 9-10

19-9

L, 6-12 L, 5-13 L, 6-9 W, 18-4 W, 10-8 W, 10-7 L, 6-14 L, 4-11 L, 6-15 L, 7-9 W, 16-5 W, 16-6 W, 10-6 W, 10-5 W, 12-6 W, 15-8 W, 7-6 W, 8-6 W, 10-6 W, 11-10 W, 10-8 W, 10-1 W, 12-6 L, 9-10 W, 12-8 W, 12-4 L, 5-6 W, 11-2

25-7

W, 9-8 W, 16-7 W, 10-4 W, 18-4 W, 6-5 W, 19-5 W, 15-6 W, 11-9 L, 9-10 L, 12-13 W, 13-7 W, 22-0 W, 13-12 W, 14-10 W, 16-5 W, 10-7 L, 8-11 L, 11-12 L, 9-11 W, 25-5 W, 19-8 W, 18-3


2018 NAVY water polo Year-By-Year Results O28 at Washington & Lee 6 N4 vs. Bucknell 7 N4 vs. Army 7 N5 vs. Slippery Rock 7 N11 Little Rock 8 N11 Harvard 8 N12 Brown 8 N25 vs. UC Santa Barbara 9 N26 vs. Air Force 9 N27 vs. Brown 9

1 – Triton Invitational (San Diego, Calif.) 2 – Eastern Invitational - Round 1 (Annapolis, Md.) 3 – Game played in Bronx, N.Y. 4 – Eastern Invitational - Round 2 (Providence, R.I.) 5 – Game played in Villanova, Pa. 6 – Washington & Lee Classic (Lexington, Va.) 7 – Mid-Atlantic Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 9 – NCAA Championship (Long Beach, Calif.)

W, 12-9 W, 9-6 W, 9-5 W, 15-11 W, 15-10 W, 12-7 W, 12-9 L, 9-16 L, 8-11 W, 7-6

N1 vs. Villanova 7 N7 UMass 8 N7 Brown 8 N8 Princeton 8 N14 Slippery Rock 8 N27 vs. Cal 9 N28 vs. Pepperdine 9 N29 vs. Princeton 9

1 – Triton Invitational (San Diego, Calif.) 2 – Eastern Invitational (Cambridge, Mass.) 3 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 4 – Game played in West Point, N.Y. 5 – Eastern Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) 6 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 7 – Mid-Atlantic Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 9 – NCAA Championship (Long Beach, Calif.)

20-10

S7 vs. UC Davis 1 W, 16-6 S7 vs. Claremont-Mudd Scripps 1 W, 15-4 1 S8 vs. Air Force L, 5-11 S8 at UC San Diego 1 L, 7-12 S20 UC Santa Barbara L, 10-12 2 S21 Bucknell W, 18-8 S21 Princeton 2 W, 14-6 S22 Iona 2 W, 6-4 S22 Slippery Rock 2 W, 10-8 O4 Army W, 10-4 O5 at Bucknell W, 10-4 3 O5 vs. Iona W, 11-8 O6 vs. Princeton 3 W, 11-6 4 O12 vs. UMass W, 10-5 O12 vs. Bucknell 4 W, 11-7 O13 vs. Villanova 4 W, 9-5 O13 vs. Slippery Rock 4 L, 5-7 O19 vs. Slippery Rock 5 L, 7-8 5 O19 vs. Fordham W, 14-12 5 O20 vs. Queens W, 17-2 O20 vs. Villanova 5 W, 20-4 6 N1 Army W, 16-2 N1 Bucknell 6 W, 12-4 N2 Slippery Rock 6 L, 8-10 N9 vs. Iona 7 W, 7-6 N9 at Brown 7 W, 7-6 7 N10 vs. Slippery Rock L, 5-7 8 N29 vs. Cal L, 6-13 8 N30 at Long Beach State L, 9-13 D1 vs. Slippery Rock 8 L, 8-9 1 – Triton Invitational (San Diego, Calif.) 2 – Eastern Invitational - Round 1 (Annapolis, Md.) 3 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 4 – Eastern Invitational - Round 2 (Providence, R.I.) 5 – Game played in West Point, N.Y. 6 – Mid-Atlantic Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Providence, R.I.) 8 – NCAA Championship (Long Beach, Calif.)

1992

S11 at UC San Diego 1 S12 vs. UC Riverside 1 S13 vs. UC Davis 1 S19 vs. Iona 2 S19 vs. Boston College 2 S19 at Harvard 2 S20 vs. Villanova 2 S26 Cal 3 S27 Cal 3 O2 at Army O3 vs. Queens 4 O3 vs. Slippery Rock 4 O4 vs. Villanova 4 O10 Queens 5 O10 Johns Hopkins 5 O11 Slippery Rock 5 O11 Washington & Lee 5 O17 at Bucknell O17 vs. Iona 6 O18 vs. Princeton 6 O31 vs. Bucknell 7 O31 at Princeton 7

N5 N5 N5 N25 N26 N27

at Harvard 8 vs. Washington & Lee 8 vs. UMass 8 vs. USC 9 vs. UMass 9 vs. Pepperdine 9

S10 at UC San Diego 1 S11 vs. Air Force 1 S12 vs. UC Davis 1 S13 at UC San Diego 1 S18 vs. Johns Hopkins 2 S18 vs. Princeton 2 S18 at George Washington S25 Bucknell 3 S25 Princeton 3 S26 UMass 3 S26 Pacific 3 O2 vs. Bucknell 4 O2 vs. Slippery Rock 4 O2 at Villanova O16 Little Rock O16 Washington & Lee O16 Dayton O16 Richmond O22 Army O30 Dayton 5 O30 Bucknell 5 O31 Little Rock 5 N6 vs. UMass 6 N6 vs. Iona 6 N6 vs. Slippery Rock 6 N26 vs. Stanford 7 N27 vs. Pacific 7 N28 vs. UC San Diego 7

1 – Triton Invitational (San Diego, Calif.) 2 – Game played in Washington, D.C. 3 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 4 – Game played in Villanova, Pa. 5 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 6 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Little Rock, Ark.) 7 – NCAA Championship (Long Beach, Calif.)

1994

19-11

L, 7-12 L, 7-12 W, 14-11 W, 13-6 W, 16-5 W, 16-11 W, 13-4 L, 2-16 L, 6-14 W, 11-6 W, 22-9 L, 10-14 W, 16-7 W, 20-7 W, 13-11 W, 16-15 W, 15-3 W, 12-11 W, 17-8 L, 11-12 W, 9-6 L, 2-3

21-7

L, 6-14 W, 15-10 W, 10-9 L, 5-8 W, 13-8 W, 11-6 W, 19-10 W, 13-7 W, 10-9 W, 10-8 L, 5-12 L, 19-20 W, 20-12 W, 20-11 W, 16-13 W, 18-5 W, 17-9 W, 21-7 W, 15-11 W, 18-6 W, 13-7 W, 7-4 L, 4-10 W, 16-11 W, 16-9 L, 1-16 L, 7-13 W, 20-17

S3 UMass 1 S3 Bucknell 1 S3 Cal 1 S9 at UC San Diego S9 vs. UC Davis 2 S9 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps S10 vs. UC Santa Barbara 3 S10 vs. Stanford 3 S11 vs. Long Beach State 3 S11 vs. UC San Diego 3 S17 Johns Hopkins S17 Washington & Lee S17 Slippery Rock S22 vs. Santa Clara 4 S24 Air Force 5 S24 Brown 5 S24 Harvard 5 O1 vs. Villanova 6 O1 at George Washington O15 vs. Bucknell 4 O15 vs. Richmond 4 O15 at Princeton O16 at Princeton O29 vs. George Washington 7 O29 vs. Villanova 7 O30 vs. Slippery Rock 7

26-7

W, 13-11 W, 17-12 L, 3-14 W, 16-11 W, 12-6 W, 16-11 L, 5-10 L, 4-15 L, 11-12 W, 7-5 W, 18-12 W, 11-4 W, 15-9 W, 20-5 W, 11-7 W, 9-3 W, 14-8 W, 12-7 W, 20-10 W, 14-7 W, 11-10 W, 18-8 W, 17-2 W, 21-12 W, 19-8 W, 18-17

W, 19-10 W, 18-4 L, 6-9 L, 5-15 W, 11-3 L, 10-13

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game Played in San Diego, Calif. 3 – Newport Seafest Tournament (Newport Beach, Calif.) 4 – Game played in Princeton, N.J. 5 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 6 – Game played in Washington, D.C. 7 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Cambridge, Mass.) 9 – NCAA Championship (Long Beach, Calif.)

1995

1993

1991

W, 12-4 W, 10-9 W, 10-3 L, 7-8 L, 7-11 L, 2-15 L, 8-19 W, 14-9

S2 Richmond 1 S2 Bucknell 1 S2 UMass 1 S3 Queens 1 S8 vs. Air Force 2 S8 at UC San Diego 2 S8 vs. UC Davis 2 S9 vs. Pacific 3 S9 at USC 3 S10 vs. UCLA 3 S10 vs. Long Beach State 3 S16 vs. Washington & Lee 4 S16 vs. George Washington 4 S16 at Richmond S23 Princeton S30 at Bucknell S30 vs. Slippery Rock 5 O7 at UMass 6 O7 vs. Queens 6 O7 vs. Boston College 6 O8 vs. Brown 6 O14 Princeton O14 vs. Villanova 7 O14 at Johns Hopkins O27 vs. Bucknell 8 O28 vs. Washington & Lee 8 O29 at Princeton 8 N4 St. Francis Brooklyn 9 N4 UMass 9 N5 Princeton 9

22-8

W, 15-6 W, 19-6 W, 9-7 W, 12-11 L, 2-8 L, 7-10 W, 11-10 W, 5-4 L, 6-23 L, 9-18 L, 3-10 L, 15-16 W, 16-14 W, 15-13 W, 15-5 L, 12-13 W, 17-15 W, 7-6 W, 20-10 W, 23-12 W, 20-10 W, 9-4 W, 15-7 W, 26-10 W, 11-5 W, 24-4 W, 8-3 W, 15-7 L, 4-8 W, 10-7

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Triton Invitational (San Diego, Calif.) 3 – USC Invitational (Los Angeles, Calif.) 4 – Game played in Richmond, Va. 5 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 6 – UMass Minutemen Invitational (Amherst, Mass.) 7 – Game played in Baltimore, Md. 8 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 9 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.)

N9 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 9 N9 vs. UMass 9 N10 vs. Brown 9

1 – Navy Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game played in Richmond, Va. 3 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 4 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 5 – Brown Invitational (Providence, R.I.) 6 – Game played in Villanova, Pa. 7 – Claremont Invitational (Claremont, Calif.) 8 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 9 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Cambridge, Mass.)

1997

S6 Bucknell 1 S6 UMass 1 S6 Slippery Rock 1 S7 Queens 1 S7 George Washington 1 S13 vs. Johns Hopkins 2 S13 at Richmond S13 vs. Boston College 2 S20 Princeton 3 S21 Harvard 3 S27 vs. Villanova 4 S27 at George Washington O4 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 5 O4 vs. Brown 5 O4 vs. Harvard 5 O5 vs. UMass 5 O5 vs. Queens 5 O11 at Slippery Rock O11 vs. Bucknell 6 O11 vs. Salem International 6 O17 vs. UC Davis 7 O18 vs. Long Beach State 7 O18 vs. UC Davis 7 O19 at Stanford 7 O19 vs. Air Force 7 O25 at Princeton 8 O25 vs. George Washington 8 O25 vs. Bucknell 8 N8 St. Francis Brooklyn 9 N8 Slippery Rock 9 N8 George Washington 9

S7 UMass S8 Queens 1 S14 vs. Washington & Lee 2 S14 vs. George Washington 2 S14 at Richmond S21 Harvard 3 S22 Princeton 3 S28 at Bucknell S28 vs. Slippery Rock 4 O5 vs. Harvard 5 O5 vs. Queens 5 O5 at Brown 5 O6 vs. UMass 5 O12 at Princeton O12 vs. Johns Hopkins 6 O12 at Villanova O18 vs. Pacific 7 O18 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 7 O19 vs. Santa Clara 7 O19 vs. UC Davis 7 O20 at UCLA O20 vs. UC San Diego 7 O26 Bucknell 8 O26 Villanova 8 O27 Princeton 8 1

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20-8

W, 10-8 W, 10-4 W, 21-6 W, 14-7 W, 17-13 W, 12-7 W, 12-8 W, 15-8 L, 6-8 W, 12-9 W, 12-8 L, 7-8 W, 11-7 W, 11-6 W, 18-11 W, 12-7 L, 7-13 W, 7-3 W, 8-4 L, 6-10 L, 5-18 L, 8-12 W, 8-7 W, 11-10 W, 12-10

23-8

W, 13-8 L, 8-16 W, 19-10 W, 8-7 L, 12-13 W, 18-7 W, 6-4 W, 19-15 W, 13-5 W, 18-8 W, 13-10 W, 11-8 L, 5-15 W, 8-6 W, 9-3 W, 6-4 W, 5-4 L, 14-18 W, 7-6 W, 11-4 W, 10-8 L, 6-9 W, 10-8 L, 6-12 W, 10-8 W, 13-9 W, 14-10 W, 13-7 L, 7-8 W, 12-10 L, 8-9

1 – Navy Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game played in Richmond, Va. 3 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 4 – Game played in Washington, D.C. 5 – North-South Challenge (Princeton, N.J.) 6 – Game played in Slippery Rock, Pa. 7 – NorCal Tournament (Palo Alto, Calif.) 8 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 9 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.)

1998

1996

W, 14-7 L, 5-10 L, 5-7

S5 Boston College 1 S5 Queens 1 S5 Bucknell 1 S12 vs. George Washington 2 S12 vs. Bucknell 2 S18 vs. Pepperdine 3 S18 vs. UC Irvine 3 S19 vs. Pacific 3 S19 vs. Air Force 3 S26 vs. Richmond 4 S26 vs. George Washington 4 S26 at Johns Hopkins O3 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 5 O3 vs. UMass 5 O4 vs. Brown 5 O4 vs. Queens 5 O10 Salem International O10 Bucknell O11 Slippery Rock O11 Princeton O24 Princeton 6 O24 UMass 6 O24 Bucknell 6 O31 vs. Richmond 7 O31 vs. George Washington 7 N1 vs. Bucknell 7 N14 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 8

20-10-1

W, 22-5 L, 7-11 W, 14-11 W, 15-14 W, 13-7 L, 6-11 L, 9-19 L, 6-15 W, 7-6 L, 4-13 W, 12-11 W, 17-6 W, 10-8 L, 9-13 L, 8-9 W, 12-9 W, 11-3 W, 10-9 W, 10-9 W, 11-8 W, 9-7 W, 8-3 W, 9-6 L, 5-11 W, 7-6 W, 9-6 W, 7-6

17


2018 NAVY water polo Year-By-Year Results N14 N14 N20 N20

vs. Queens 8 vs. Bucknell 8 vs. Queens 9 vs. UMass 9

L, 5-9 W, 13-11 T, 10-10 L, 7-8

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Princeton Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – SoCal Tournament (Newport Beach, Calif.) 4 – Game played in Baltimore, Md. 5 – North-South Challenge (Princeton, N.J.) 6 – ECAC Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 7 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Providence, R.I.) 9 – USWP Winter Nationals (Bronx, N.Y.)

1999

21-11

S4 Fordham 1 W, 19-1 S4 Iona 1 W, 18-5 1 S5 Queens L, 8-11 1 S5 UMass L, 6-9 2 S11 vs. Salem International W, 22-8 S11 vs. Bucknell 2 W, 10-9 S11 at Slippery Rock W, 19-1 S17 vs. UC Davis 3 W, 13-8 S17 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps W, 15-2 4 S18 vs. Pepperdine L, 6-12 S18 at UCLA 4 L, 6-14 4 S19 vs. Air Force L, 6-10 4 S19 vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 2-13 S25 vs. Grove City College 5 W, 14-2 S25 at George Washington W, 10-4 O2 vs. Queens 6 L, 4-8 O2 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 6 W, 8-4 6 O2 vs. Harvard W, 8-7 O2 vs. UMass 6 W, 13-6 5 O9 vs. Johns Hopkins W, 16-5 O9 vs. Princeton 5 W, 12-11 O9 vs. Washington & Jefferson 5 W, 15-8 O23 vs. Queens 7 L, 6-7 O23 vs. George Washington 7 W, 12-9 7 O23 at Brown L, 8-9 O30 vs. Washington & Jefferson 8 W, 13-2 8 O30 vs. Bucknell W, 8-3 O30 at Princeton 8 L, 6-7 9 N13 Queens L, 9-10 N13 George Washington 9 W, 11-7 N14 Brown 9 W, 11-7 N21 UMass 10 W, 9-5 1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game played in Slippery Rock, Pa.) 3 – Game played in Claremont, Calif. 4 – SoCal Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.) 5 – Game played in Washington, D.C. 6 – North-South Challenge (Princeton, N.J.) 7 – ECAC Championship (Providence, R.I.) 8 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 9 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 10 – USWP Winter Nationals (Annapolis, Md.)

O28 vs. Bucknell 6 O28 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 6 O29 vs. UMass 6 N3 Slippery Rock 7 N4 George Washington 7 N4 Bucknell 7 N5 Princeton 7 N18 vs. Harvard 8 N18 vs. UMass 8 N19 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 8 D2 vs. UCLA 9 D3 vs. USC 9

W, 10-6 L, 5-10 L, 8-11 W, 17-5 W, 7-4 W, 13-6 W, 6-5 W, 15-5 W, 14-11 W, 13-12 L, 5-12 L, 9-15

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game played in Claremont, Calif. 3 – SoCal Tournament (Corona Del Mar, Calif.) 4 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 5 – North-South Tournament (Princeton, N.J.) 6 – ECAC Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 7 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Providence, R.I.) 9 – NCAA Championship (Malibu, Calif.)

2001

S1 Merchant Marine Academy 1 S1 Iona 1 S2 Queens 1 S2 UMass 1 S22 vs. Princeton 2 S22 at Bucknell S29 vs. Harvard 3 S29 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 3 S30 vs. Queens 3 S30 vs. UMass 3 O5 Air Force O6 at Johns Hopkins O6 at George Washington O19 vs. Gannon 4 O20 vs. Mercyhurst 4 O20 vs. Johns Hopkins 4 O21 at Princeton O27 vs. UC San Diego 5 O28 at Air Force 5 O28 vs. UC Davis 5 N2 Grove City College 6 N3 Bucknell 6 N4 Princeton 6 N17 vs. Harvard 7 N17 vs. Johns Hopkins 7 N18 at Princeton 7

20-6

W, 21-5 W, 12-7 W, 10-6 W, 8-6 L, 2-8 W, 9-2 W, 10-5 W, 14-7 L, 3-5 L, 4-7 W, 8-5 W, 11-6 W, 11-6 W, 14-1 W, 10-2 W, 10-4 W, 9-8 L, 7-8 W, 8-5 W, 8-5 W, 21-3 W, 8-6 L, 5-6 L, 3-5 W, 15-5 W, 9-6

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 3 – North-South Challenge (Princeton, N.J.) 4 – Games played in Princeton, N.J. 5 – Air Force Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) 6 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Princeton, N.J.)

N3 N16 N16 N17

at #13 Princeton 6 vs. Iona 7 vs. #15 St. Francis Brooklyn 7 vs. #12 Queens 7

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – SoCal Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.) 3 – Games played in Lancaster, Pa. 4 – CWPA Southern Division Crossover (Grove City, Pa.) 5 – ECAC Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 6 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Providence, R.I.)

2003

2000

S2 Merchant Marine Academy 1 W, 9-3 S2 Iona 1 W, 12-3 S3 UMass 1 W, 3-2 S3 Queens 1 W, 12-8 S15 at LaVerne L, 6-9 S15 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps W, 9-5 2 S15 vs. Air Force W, 12-9 S16 vs. UC Irvine 3 L, 3-12 3 S16 at USC L, 8-11 S17 vs. UC Santa Barbara 3 L, 3-7 S17 vs. Air Force 3 L, 7-11 S23 vs. George Washington 4 W, 14-6 S23 at Bucknell W, 7-4 4 S24 vs. Johns Hopkins W, 13-9 4 S24 vs. Princeton W, 14-13 S30 vs. Brown 5 W, 14-7 5 S30 vs. Queens W, 13-6 S30 vs. UMass 5 W, 8-6 O1 vs. Harvard 5 L, 5-6 O1 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 5 L, 4-12 O6 at George Washington W, 12-8 O7 Bucknell W, 9-3 O7 Princeton L, 5-6 O7 Johns Hopkins W, 9-1

18

S6 #6 Long Beach State 1 S7 MIT 1 S7 #12 Queens 1 S14 vs. #4 Cal 2 S14 vs. #6 UCLA 2 S15 vs. UC San Diego 2 S15 vs. #7 Loyola Marymount 2 S21 vs. #17 Princeton 3 S21 vs. Bucknell 3 O3 at Johns Hopkins O3 at George Washington O5 Johns Hopkins O5 Johns Hopkins O18 vs. Salem International 4 O18 vs. Mercyhurst 4 O19 vs. Johns Hopkins 4 O19 vs. #12 Princeton 4 O26 #16 St. Francis Brooklyn 5 O26 #14 Queens 5 O27 Harvard 5 N1 vs. Gannon 6 N2 vs. Penn State Behrend 6 N2 vs. Johns Hopkins 6

22-6

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – North-South Tournament (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – ECAC Championship (Providence, R.I.) 4 – NorCal Tournament (Stanford, Calif.) 5 – CWPA Southern Division Crossover (Princeton, N.J.) 6 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 8 – NCAA Championship (Stanford, Calif.)

W, 13-10 L, 6-7 W, 9-6 W, 6-5 L, 5-15 L, 6-7 W, 7-5 W, 14-3 W, 14-13 W, 14-7 W, 16-8 W, 14-3 W, 13-6 W, 10-5 W, 21-8 W, 16-5 W, 17-9 L, 8-9 W, 7-5 L, 5-7 W, 7-4 W, 12-5 W, 18-2 W, 10-2

S4 S4 S5 S5 S11 S12 S15 S15 S18 S18 S24 S25 S25 S26 O2 O2 O3 O3 O17 O17 O20 O20 O24 O24 O29 O30

#8 Loyola Marymount 1 #6 Long Beach State 1 #4 Cal 1 UC Santa Cruz 1 vs. #3 UCLA 2 at #19 Air Force at Johns Hopkins at George Washington vs. #9 Princeton 3 at Salem International at Harvard 4 vs. #19 Bucknell 4 vs. Queens 4 vs. Johns Hopkins 4 vs. Santa Clara 5 vs. #4 UCLA 5 at #16 Pacific 5 vs. #14 UC Davis 5 #20 Bucknell Salem International George Washington Johns Hopkins vs. #12 Princeton 6 at Bucknell vs. Slippery Rock 7 vs. Penn State Behrend 7

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O30 O31 N13 N14 N14

vs. Salem International 7 at #11 Princeton 7 vs. Brown 8 vs. #10 St. Francis Brooklyn 8 vs. Harvard 8

W, 10-8 L, 9-10 W, 9-4 L, 7-8 W, 10-5

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game played in Colorado Springs, Colo. 3 – Game played in Salem, W.Va. 4 – ECAC Championship (Boston, Mass.) 5 – NorCal Tournament (Stockton, Calif.) 6 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 7 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.)

25-8

S6 Queens 1 L, 8-9 S6 Long Beach State 1 W, 12-10 1 S7 Cal Baptist W, 10-4 S7 MIT 1 W, 13-7 2 S13 vs. Iona W, 8-7 S13 vs. Air Force 2 W, 9-6 S14 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 2 W, 8-6 S14 vs. Brown 2 W, 9-8 S17 at Johns Hopkins W, 17-10 S17 at George Washington W, 15-9 S20 Bucknell W, 13-5 S20 Princeton L, 6-7 S27 vs. Bucknell 3 W, 7-6 S27 vs. Iona 3 W, 9-3 S28 vs. St. Francis Brooklyn 3 W, 10-5 S28 vs. Princeton 3 L, 6-8 4 O4 vs. Long Beach State L, 7-11 4 O4 vs. UC Davis L, 5-7 O5 vs. Santa Clara 4 W, 8-6 4 O5 vs. Pacific W, 8-5 O18 vs. Washington & Jefferson 5 W, 12-5 O18 vs. Grove City College 5 W, 18-4 O19 vs. George Washington 5 W, 8-4 O19 at Princeton 5 W, 8-6 6 N1 vs. Washington & Jefferson W, 17-6 6 N1 vs. Mercyhurst W, 10-1 N2 vs. George Washington 6 W, 14-7 6 N2 vs. Princeton L, 7-10 N15 Iona 7 W, 12-6 N16 Queens 7 W, 10-9 N16 Princeton 7 W, 8-6 D6 vs. USC 8 L, 6-10 8 D7 vs. Loyola Marymount L, 7-10

2004

24-12 2002 S6 #18 St. Francis Brooklyn 1

W, 9-6 W, 9-6 W, 9-7 L, 4-5

19-12

L, 9-10 L, 6-7 L, 5-7 W, 8-3 L, 4-14 W, 14-7 W, 11-8 W, 13-6 L, 10-11 W, 15-9 W, 11-10 L, 6-8 W, 25-3 W, 13-10 W, 16-10 L, 3-8 L, 9-10 L, 10-11 W, 12-8 W, 13-6 W, 18-6 W, 11-7 L, 4-7 W, 8-6 W, 10-2 W, 23-4

2005

S3 #20 Cal Baptist 1 S3 #5 Long Beach State 1 S4 #12 Pacific 1 S4 #2 Cal 1 S10 vs. #19 Johns Hopkins 2 S10 at Bucknell 2 S11 vs. Iona 2 S11 vs. Slippery Rock 2 S17 vs. #5 Pepperdine 3 S17 vs. #16 UC Santa Barbara 3 S18 vs. #9 Loyola Marymount 3 S18 vs. #13 UC Davis 3 S21 George Washington S24 vs. Brown 4 S24 vs. #14 St. Francis Brooklyn 4 S25 vs. Bucknell 4 O1 at #12 Princeton O1 vs. Salem International 5 O12 at Johns Hopkins O12 at George Washington O14 #17 Bucknell O14 Salem International O15 #11 Princeton O28 Mercyhurst 6 O29 #18 Bucknell 6 O30 #12 Princeton 6 N12 vs. Iona 7 N12 vs. #17 Bucknell 7 N13 vs. #11 St. Francis Brooklyn 7

22-7

W, 10-9 L, 10-11 W, 7-5 L, 3-9 W, 13-5 W, 11-6 W, 15-6 W, 17-5 L, 6-9 W, 6-4 L, 6-7 W, 11-9 W, 11-9 W, 11-7 L, 9-14 W, 6-2 L, 6-8 W, 15-8 W, 10-8 W, 14-3 W, 5-4 W, 14-6 W, 9-7 W, 14-3 W, 9-8 W, 10-8 W, 9-5 W, 8-7 L, 9-10

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Bucknell Invitational (Lewisburg, Pa.) 3 – SoCal Invitational (Irvine, Calif.) 4 – ECAC Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 5 – Game played in Princeton, N.J. 6 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Boston, Mass.)

2006

S2 #18 Santa Clara 1 S2 #11 St. Francis Brooklyn 1 S3 #1 Cal 1 S3 MIT 1 S3 Iona 1 S9 at #18 Air Force S9 at #18 Air Force S10 vs. #4 Stanford 2 S16 at #4 Stanford 3 S16 vs. #12 Long Beach State 3 S17 vs. #13 UC Irvine 3 S17 vs. #10 UC Santa Barbara 3 S23 vs. Iona 4 S23 vs. #14 Princeton 4 S24 vs. #13 St. Francis Brooklyn 4 S27 at Johns Hopkins S27 at George Washington S30 vs. Johns Hopkins 5 S30 at #17 Bucknell O3 George Washington O7 at #14 Princeton O14 #17 Bucknell O14 #15 Princeton O28 vs. George Washington 6 O28 at #17 Bucknell 6 O29 at #15 Princeton 6 N11 vs. MIT 7 N12 vs. #17 Bucknell 7 N14 at #14 Princeton 7

24-7

W, 7-3 W, 10-9 L, 3-13 W, 10-3 W, 14-9 W, 15-10 W, 11-7 L, 5-14 L, 4-11 W, 9-8 W, 14-9 L, 11-14 W, 15-8 W, 11-9 L, 9-10 W, 15-13 W, 11-8 W, 13-11 W, 11-7 W, 16-5 W, 9-7 W, 10-5 W, 10-8 W, 10-5 W, 12-9 W, 11-10 W, 13-7 W, 11-8 W, 9-6


2018 NAVY water polo Year-By-Year Results D2 D3

vs. #1 USC 8 vs. #5 UC San Diego 8

L, 3-20 L, 8-12

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game played in Colorado Springs, Colo. 3 – NorCal Tournament (Palo Alto, Calif.) 4 – ECAC Championship (Providence, R.I.) 5 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 6 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 8 – NCAA Championship (Los Angeles, Calif.)

2007

S2 #13 Pacific 1 S2 #2 Cal 1 S3 #14 St. Francis Brooklyn 1 S3 Iona 1 S8 vs. Gannon 2 S8 vs. #17 Santa Clara 2 S8 vs. Fordham 2 S14 at #4 Stanford S15 vs. #5 UC Irvine 3 S15 vs. #15 Pacific 3 S16 vs. UC Santa Cruz 3 S16 vs. #17 Air Force 3 S29 vs. George Washington 4 S29 at #11 Bucknell 4 S30 vs. #14 St. Francis Brooklyn 4 O6 at #18 Princeton O7 at #14 Bucknell O7 vs. #11 St. Francis Brooklyn 5 O10 at #19 Johns Hopkins O10 at George Washington O19 #16 Bucknell O20 George Washington O20 #20 Princeton O20 #15 Air Force O21 Johns Hopkins O21 Harvard O21 Brown N2 Salem International 6 N3 Gannon 6 N3 Princeton 6 N4 #20 Johns Hopkins 6 N16 vs. Iona 7 N17 vs. George Washington 7 N18 vs. #11 St. Francis Brooklyn 7 D1 vs. #2 Cal 8 D2 vs. #10 Loyola Marymount 8

30-6

W, 13-12 L, 7-12 W, 11-10 W, 8-5 W, 19-1 W, 11-5 W, 11-4 L, 8-17 L, 12-13 L, 11-15 W, 11-5 W, 11-4 W, 11-5 W, 9-7 L, 7-8 W, 13-8 W, 10-5 W, 9-7 W, 11-9 W, 9-8 W, 8-6 W, 16-4 W, 14-8 W, 10-7 W, 11-7 W, 7-5 W, 7-6 W, 8-6 W, 16-8 W, 11-5 W, 11-7 W, 12-3 W, 15-3 W, 11-7 L, 5-8 W, 7-6

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Princeton Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – NorCal Tournament (Berkeley, Calif.) 4 – ECAC Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.) 5 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 6 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Cambridge, Mass.) 8 – NCAA Championship (Palo Alto, Calif.)

N8 vs. Johns Hopkins 6 N9 at #16 Princeton 6 N21 Iona 7 N22 #12 St. Francis Brooklyn 7 N23 #13 Princeton 7 D6 vs. #1 USC 8 D7 vs. #5 Loyola Marymount 8

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Princeton Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – NorCal Tournament (Stockton, Calif.) 4 – Game played in Lewisburg, Pa. 5 – Game played in Princeton, N.J. 6 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 7 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 8 – NCAA Championship (Palo Alto, Calif.)

2009

S5 Penn State Behrend 1 S5 Diablo Valley College 1 S5 Johns Hopkins 1 S5 #4 Cal 1 S5 #4 Cal 1 S6 Concordia (Calif.) 1 S6 Mercyhurst 1 S6 Gannon 1 S6 #3 Stanford 1 S12 #13 UC San Diego S19 vs. George Washington 2 S19 vs. #20 Johns Hopkins 2 S20 at #20 Princeton 2 O3 at #18 Bucknell O3 at #19 Princeton O10 vs. #8 Long Beach State 3 O10 vs. Redlands 3 O11 vs. #12 UC Davis 3 O11 at #9 UC Irvine 3 O17 #14 Air Force O17 #18 Bucknell O18 #17 Princeton O18 George Washington O31 at Johns Hopkins O31 at George Washington N6 vs. Washington & Jefferson 4 N7 vs. Johns Hopkins 4 N8 vs. #17 Princeton 4 N20 vs. Iona 5 N21 vs. Johns Hopkins 5 N22 vs. #17 Princeton 5

20-11

S6 Fordham 1 W, 15-6 S6 #1 Cal 1 L, 4-13 1 S7 Concordia (Calif.) W, 16-6 S7 #12 St. Francis Brooklyn 1 W, 9-8 S13 vs. #3 Stanford 2 L, 4-13 S13 vs. Johns Hopkins 2 L, 8-9 S14 vs. Iona 2 W, 10-5 2 S14 vs. #9 UC San Diego L, 6-9 S17 George Washington W, 18-8 S17 #20 Johns Hopkins W, 9-4 S19 at #11 UC Davis W, 6-5 S20 vs. #6 Loyola Marymount 3 L, 4-9 S20 vs. #15 Santa Clara 3 L, 8-11 S21 vs. #20 Air Force 3 W, 11-4 S21 vs. #11 UC Davis 3 W, 6-4 S27 Bucknell W, 7-6 S27 #20 Princeton L, 3-7 O7 at Johns Hopkins W, 15-12 O7 at George Washington W, 18-12 O19 vs. Gannon 4 W, 19-2 O19 at Bucknell W, 11-6 O26 vs. #18 Brown 5 L, 7-11 O26 at #15 Princeton W, 8-6 6 N8 vs. Washington & Jefferson W, 22-5

22-9

W, 18-2 W, 16-7 W, 11-9 L, 8-16 L, 4-13 L, 4-11 W, 14-5 W, 12-5 L, 7-16 W, 11-10 W, 18-3 W, 14-7 W, 13-7 L, 11-12 L, 3-7 L, 8-9 W, 16-6 W, 10-7 L, 7-10 W, 12-10 W, 10-7 W, 5-3 W, 11-3 W, 15-10 W, 13-11 W, 19-1 W, 12-9 W, 10-5 W, 15-11 W, 12-7 L, 4-5

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – ECAC Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – UC Irvine Invitational (Irvine, Calif.) 4 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.) 5 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Cambridge, Mass.)

N6 Bucknell 4 N7 Johns Hopkins 4 N19 vs. Brown 5 N20 vs. #16 Princeton 5 N21 vs. #13 St. Francis Brooklyn 5

S4 Penn State Behrend 1 S4 Gannon 1 S4 Fordham 1 S4 Vanguard 1 S4 Queens 1 S5 Diablo Valley College 1 S5 Mercyhurst 1 S5 Mercyhurst 1 S11 vs. Queens 2 S11 vs. #16 St. Francis Brooklyn 2 S11 vs. Diablo Valley College 2 S12 vs. Brown 2 S12 vs. Penn State Behrend 2 S18 vs. #3 USC 3 S18 vs. #18 Santa Clara 3 S19 vs. Pomona-Pitzer 3 S19 vs. #11 UC San Diego 3 S25 Bucknell S25 #17 Princeton O6 at Johns Hopkins O6 at George Washington O16 at Bucknell O16 at #17 Princeton O30 Salem International O30 George Washington O30 Johns Hopkins N5 Washington & Jefferson 4

25-7

W, 19-4 W, 18-7 W, 14-13 W, 17-5 W, 14-5 W, 13-3 W, 15-8 W, 16-4 W, 20-8 L, 8-10 W, 9-3 W, 8-7 W, 17-3 L, 6-15 L, 7-11 W, 14-8 L, 6-9 W, 10-9 L, 6-7 W, 14-13 W, 11-6 W, 9-4 W, 7-6 W, 14-10 W, 22-9 W, 16-7 W, 22-4

L, 12-13 W, 13-4 W, 15-9 W, 8-5 L, 4-8

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Bucknell Invitational (Lewisburg, Pa.) 3 – NorCal Tournament (Berkeley, Calif.) 4 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 5 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.)

2011

S3 Gannon 1 S3 #11 St. Francis Brooklyn 1 S4 Concordia (Calif.) 1 S4 Vanguard 1 S4 Mt. San Antonio College 1 S16 vs. Whittier 2 S16 at #12 UC San Diego S16 Washington & Jefferson 3 S17 vs. #10 Loyola Marymount 4 S17 vs. #18 Cal Baptist 5 S17 at Pomona-Pitzer S18 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps S18 vs. Redlands 6 S18 vs. MIT 6 S18 Harvard 3 S18 Connecticut College 3 S24 #13 Princeton S24 #18 Bucknell O12 at Johns Hopkins O12 at George Washington O16 at #15 Bucknell O16 at #16 Princeton O29 Johns Hopkins O29 George Washington N4 vs. Notre Dame (Ohio) 7 N5 vs. Salem International 7 N5 vs. Bucknell 7 N6 at #15 Princeton 7 N18 at Harvard 8 N19 vs. #18 Brown 8 N20 vs. #19 Princeton 8

24-7

W, 23-3 W, 9-8 L, 6-14 W, 18-12 W, 17-4 W, 13-7 L, 15-16 W, 17-7 W, 12-11 W, 11-10 L, 7-10 W, 14-12 W, 12-6 W, 18-5 W, 10-8 W, 14-7 L, 9-11 L, 9-10 W, 13-11 W, 16-7 W, 10-8 L, 9-10 W, 16-7 W, 15-8 W, 19-8 W, 16-3 W, 11-5 W, 10-5 W, 20-5 W, 12-10 L, 7-10

1 – Navy Labor Day Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Game played in San Diego, Calif. 3 – North vs. South Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) 4 – Game played in Los Angeles, Calif. 5 – Game played in Pomona, Calif. 6 – Game played in Claremont, Calif. 7 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J) 8 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Cambridge, Mass.)

2012

2010

2008

W, 16-6 L, 11-12 W, 14-10 W, 12-11 W, 9-6 L, 9-14 L, 4-11

S1 Gannon 1 S1 Iona 1 S2 Notre Dame (Ohio) 1 S2 Cerritos College (Calif.) 1 S14 Notre Dame (Ohio) 2 S15 Connecticut College 2 S15 Toronto 2 S15 Penn State Behrend 2 S15 Fordham 2 S16 Washington & Jefferson 2 S22 Bucknell S22 #15 Princeton S27 at #9 Long Beach State S28 at Whittier S28 at La Verne S29 vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 3 S29 at Redlands O10 at Johns Hopkins O10 at George Washington O13 at #16 Princeton O13 at Bucknell O27 George Washington O27 Johns Hopkins N2 vs. Gannon 4 N3 at Bucknell 4 N4 vs. #18 Princeton 4 N16 vs. #12 St. Francis Brooklyn 5 N17 vs. MIT 5 N18 vs. #14 Brown 5

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23-6

W, 25-5 W, 18-13 W, 22-8 W, 22-9 W, 26-7 W, 25-7 W, 21-6 W, 17-5 W, 19-6 W, 28-4 W, 11-6 W, 13-10 L, 7-15 W, 14-8 W, 19-6 W, 14-13 W, 17-14 L, 13-14 W, 14-8 W, 14-13 W, 17-11 W, 12-7 W, 12-5 W, 14-4 L, 11-13 L, 7-10 L, 10-14 W, 21-9 L, 8-9

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Navy Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) 3 – Game played in Redlands, Calif. 4 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.) 5 – CWPA Eastern Championship (Princeton, N.J.)

2013

S7 Penn State Behrend 1 S7 Iona 1 S7 Diablo Valley College 1 S8 Fordham 1 S8 Mt. San Antonio College 1 S13 vs. Iona 2 S14 vs. Harvard 2 S14 at #18 Brown 3 S14 vs. Cal Lutheran 3 S14 vs. Connecticut College 3 S15 vs. #3 Pacific 3 S15 vs. #12 St. Francis Brooklyn 3 S15 vs. #16 Santa Clara 2 S21 #18 Bucknell S21 #13 Princeton S22 at George Washington S22 at Johns Hopkins S27 at #11 Concordia (Calif.) S27 at #14 UC San Diego S28 vs. #6 UC Santa Barbara 4 S29 at Cerritos College (Calif.) O12 at Bucknell O12 at #12 Princeton O26 #13 St. Francis Brooklyn N1 Mercyhurst N2 George Washington N2 Johns Hopkins N8 Penn State Behrend 5 N9 Johns Hopkins 5 N9 #13 Princeton 5 N10 #19 Bucknell 5 N22 vs. MIT 6 N23 vs. #18 Princeton 6 N24 vs. #20 Bucknell 6

19-15

W, 27-3 W, 16-9 W, 14-12 W, 12-11 W, 28-9 W, 14-6 L, 10-13 L, 10-12 W, 13-7 W, 19-4 L, 10-25 L, 9-11 L, 12-16 L, 6-8 L, 7-12 L, 13-14 L, 17-22 L, 10-16 L, 9-11 L, 7-16 W, 16-9 L, 10-11 L, 11-16 W, 14-9 W, 13-9 W, 16-12 W, 12-8 W, 15-3 W, 11-9 W, 12-10 W, 9-8 W, 19-11 L, 8-9 W, 10-7

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Princeton Water Polo Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – Brown Invitational (Providence, R.I.) 4 – Game played in La Jolla Calif. 5 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Annapolis, Md.) 6 – CWPA Championship (Providence, R.I.)

2014

S6 Mercyhurst 1 S6 Fordham 1 S7 Washington & Jefferson 1 S7 Penn State Behrend 1 S7 Cerritos College (Calif.) 1 S13 vs. MIT 2 S13 at #14 Brown 2 S13 vs. Cal Baptist 2 S14 vs. #16 Santa Clara 2 S14 vs. #18 Harvard 2 S20 Bucknell S20 #8 Princeton S26 at #3 Cal S27 vs. #7 Pacific 3 S27 at #10 UC Davis 3 S28 vs. #2 Stanford 3 S28 vs. Occidental 3 O4 at Bucknell O5 #10 at Princeton O25 at Johns Hopkins O25 at George Washington N1 George Washington N1 Johns Hopkins N7 vs. Mercyhurst 4 N8 vs. Penn State Behrend 4 N8 vs. #12 Bucknell 4 N9 vs. Johns Hopkins 4 N21 Iona 5 N21 #18 Harvard 5 N22 #8 Princeton 5 N23 #19 Saint Francis Brooklyn 5 1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Brown Classic (Providence, R.I.)

19-12

W, 14-6 W, 12-2 W, 23-2 W, 19-6 W, 23-6 W, 20-10 W, 10-9 W, 11-10 L, 7-12 L, 9-13 W, 8-4 L, 7-12 L, 5-19 L, 6-16 L, 9-13 L, 4-24 W, 22-4 L, 8-12 L, 10-11 L, 14-15 W, 19-15 W, 10-9 W, 17-10 W, 19-9 W, 21-4 L, 13-14 W, 11-10 W, 14-12 W, 15-10 L, 3-6 W, 14-13

19


2018 NAVY water polo Year-By-Year Results 3 – Aggie Shootout (Davis, Calif.) 4 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Princeton, N.J.) 5 – CWPA Championship (Annapolis, Md.)

2015

S5 Fordham 1 S5 Salem International 1 S6 Cal Lutheran 1 S12 vs. Fordham 2 S12 vs. #13 Brown 2 S13 vs. Penn State Behrend 2 S13 vs. Toronto 2 S25 at #20 Whittier S26 vs. #14 Air Force 3 S26 at #9 Pepperdine S27 at #6 UC Santa Barbara O7 at #17 Johns Hopkins O7 at George Washington O11 at #13 Bucknell O17 #13 Bucknell O17 Johns Hopkins O18 George Washington O24 Gannon O24 #12 Princeton O31 at #10 Princeton N6 vs. George Washington 4 N7 vs. Monmouth College 4 N7 vs. #11 Princeton 4 N8 at #15 Bucknell 4 N20 vs. Washington & Jefferson 5 N20 vs. #12 Harvard 5 N21 vs. #15 Bucknell 5 N22 at MIT 5

15-13

W, 9-6 W, 20-9 W, 17-9 W, 12-8 L, 9-13 W, 17-4 W, 15-9 L, 12-14 L, 11-17 L, 9-14 L, 7-13 L, 9-11 W, 18-14 L, 11-15 W, 9-7 W, 12-11 W, 14-7 W, 16-7 L, 8-12 L, 13-15 W, 11-7 W, 17-11 L, 6-14 W, 15-13 W, 19-9 L, 12-19 L, 13-15 L, 8-12

S9 vs. #18 St. Francis Brooklyn 2 S10 vs. Santa Clara 2 S23 #18 George Washington S23 Fordham S24 #17 Bucknell O1 Wagner O1 Johns Hopkins O6 vs. Air Force 3 O6 vs. La Verne 3 O7 vs. Chapman 3 O7 at #19 Pomona-Pitzer 3 O21 at George Washington O21 at Johns Hopkins (3OT) O28 at #17 Bucknell N4 at Fordham N17 Wagner 4 N18 Mercyhurst 4 N19 Johns Hopkins 4

L, 7-13 L, 7-12 L, 12-17 L, 7-8 L, 6-9 L, 6-15 W, 10-4 L, 7-10 W, 15-9 W, 16-12 L, 6-12 L, 14-16 L, 10-11 L, 6-12 L, 8-12 L, 8-9 W, 9-8 W, 9-5

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Princeton Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) 3 – Gary Troyer Invitational (Claremont, Calif.) 4 – Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Championship (Annapolis, Md.)

1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Bucknell Invitational (Lewisburg, Pa.) 3 – Game played in Malibu, Calif. 4 – CWPA Southern Division Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.) 5 – CWPA Championship (Cambridge, Mass.)

2016

8-18

S3 Iona 1 W, 11-6 S3 Gannon 1 W, 11-8 1 S4 La Salle W, 22-1 S4 Caltech 1 W, 27-7 2 S17 vs. Brown L, 8-16 S17 vs. Toronto 2 L, 11-12 S18 vs. Harvard 2 L, 4-13 S18 vs. Washington & Jefferson 2 W, 17-8 S23 at Johns Hopkins L, 8-14 S24 Bucknell L, 11-20 S25 Wagner W, 13-7 S25 Fordham L, 13-14 O2 at Wagner L, 13-15 O2 at Fordham L, 9-13 O8 at Bucknell L, 10-14 O9 at Princeton L, 7-12 O22 vs. San Jose State 3 L, 7-14 3 O22 vs. Cal Baptist L, 6-17 3 O23 vs. Air Force L, 6-8 O23 at Santa Clara L, 12-18 O29 at George Washington L, 7-15 N5 Johns Hopkins W, 14-13 N5 George Washington L, 9-13 N18 vs. Johns Hopkins 4 L, 9-17 N19 vs. Mercyhurst 4 W, 12-8 4 N20 vs. Wagner L, 13-16 1 – Navy Open (Annapolis, Md.) 2 – Bison Invitational (Lewisburg, Pa.) 3 – Bronco Rodeo (Saratoga, Calif.) 4 – Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Championship (Lewisburg, Pa.)

2017

S2 #18 George Washington 1 S2 Cal Lutheran 1 S2 Salem International 1 S3 La Salle 1 S3 #11 Princeton 1 S3 Iona 1 S3 Gannon 1 S9 vs. Wagner 2

20

10-16

L, 11-15 W, 12-8 W, 16-9 W, 23-5 L, 11-17 W, 9-8 W, 13-10 L, 10-11

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2018 NAVY water polo All-Time Letterwinners A Acuña, Cody Adams, Frederick Allen, Thomas Alton, Joseph Anderson, Donald Anderson, Zachary Arnold, Bramwell

2000-02 1982-83 2014-15 1993-96 2004-05 2007-09 2005-07

B Bagent, Ian 2015-17 Baker, Charles 2006-08 Baldwin, Luke 2008-10 Barker, Tyler • 2012, 14 Batten, Trey 1998 Bayless, Beau 2015 Beadles, Joseph 1983-84 Beer, Brendan 1997-98 Bell, Brian 1984-87 Bell, Josh • 1990-92 Bell, Kevin 2006-09 Bell, Scott 1988-89 Berman, Jerry 1989-91 Bernhardt, Taylor 2015-17 Bingham, Andrew 2005-07 Bird, Scott 1983 Blake, John 1987-88 Block, Eric 1984-87 Block, Oliver 1985-88 Blum, John 1986 C Carlson, Matt 2009-11 Carlson, Todd • 2005-06 Carmody, Patrick 2016 Carter, Jordan • 2008-10 Castillo, Jared 2015-17 Ceniseroz, Andrew 1998-99 Ceniseroz, Ben 2001-02 Chang, Eugene 2011 Clark, Trevor 2016-17 Clarke, Russell 1983-86 Cobb, Relmond 1990-92 Connors, John • 2006-08 Corey, Drew • 1998-99 Cotton, Scott 2010-11 Craney, Stephen 2006-07 Crisson, Kevin • 1996-98 Cummings, Jeffrey 2004 D Dabney, Lucas 1995 Davis, Jeffrey 2011 Derdall, James 1983 Donahue, Joe 2000-03 Donovan, Thomas • 1994-95 Dowzicky, Carl 2012-15 Duffie, Jason 1998 Duynstee, Anthony 1996-98 E Edson, Mark • 1982-83 Ellingson, Derek 1992 Emde, Steven 2013-15 Ernst, Joseph 1993-95 Evans, Evan 1994-95

F Finch, Jack 2011-14 Flacco, Jordan 2004-05 Foster, Sean • 1997-00 Fox, Tim • 2001-03 Frost, Peter 1989-91 Fuhrmann, David 1982 G Galvan, Nik 2016 Gardiner, Eric 2006-07 Gaspar, Gabe 2017 Geer, Patrick 2014 Gentry, Jordan • 2003-05 Gilhooly, Brian 1992-94 Grenier, Shawn 1983 Griffin, Jared 2013 Griffith, Andrew 1982 Gustavson, Brian 1994-95 Gutierrez, Anthony 2010-12 H Haines, Jake 2017 Handley, Conor • 2009-11 Herron, Connor 2006 Hicks, Stephen 2010 Hill, Nick • 2000-02 Hill, Tyler 2004-07 Huber, David 2014-16 Hummeldorf, Jackson 2012 Hunter, Ian 2008 J Jacobs, Cole 2017 Jenkins, Paul • 1982-84 Jensen, Jon 1990-92 Johansen, Kenneth 1985-88 Johnson, Allen 1994-96 Jones, Julius 2009, 11-12 K Kanth, Vikram 2014 Kaye, David • 1982-85 Keller, Douglas • 1983-86 Kepner, Paul 2000-03 Kim, Francis 2017 Kinsella, Joe 1998-00 Knutson, Greg 1998 Koenig, Kyle 2015 Kofsky, Alex 2008 Kollmann, Drew 2008-09 Koprowski, Peter 1994-96 Kough, Lawrence 1982-85 Kough, Lindsay 1984-85 Kvandal, John 2003 L Lacosse, Andrew Lara, James Latour, George Lee, J.B. Lessard, Patrick Lingle, Bryan Lintz, Caleb

2011-13 1983 1993-95 2015-17 1995-97 2003-05 2015

M MacKenzie, Reed 2005-07 MacLellan, Lucas 2012-15 Macola, Nicholas 2003-05 Malik, Marek 2006-08 Malloy, Craig 1982 Malloy, Scot 1983 Marks, James 1989-91 Marshall, Thomas 1983 Martindale, James 1992-94 McCreary, Patrick 2003-04 McCullough, John • 1990-93 McDonald, Sean • 2012-13 McGhie, Kyle 2010 McKay, Darren 2010-11 McKelvy, David 1995-97 Meehan, James 1983-85 Meiners, Johnny 2008-09 Mendenhall, Greg • 1993-96 Metcalf, Brendan 2014-16 Miante, Bill 2000-03 Mills, James 1990-92 Moffit, Joseph 2009 Mohle, Robert 1982-83 Money, John 2004 Monroe, Robert 1983-86 Mulvey, Michael 2005-08 Munz, Douglas 1992-94 Murphy, Daniel 1988-90 N Naeve, Brendan • 1998-01 Naughton, George • 2005-07 Neuwirth, Andrew 2006, 08 Newby, Matt 2014 Newman, Robert 2010 Nicolao, Luis • 1988-91 O Orchard, Jack Owre, Alex

2016 2004-05

P Pace, Jason 1997-99 Parker, Elton 1988-90 Patterson, Thomas 2012-14 Pedrotty, Daniel 2009 Pedrotty, Paul 2011-12 Perry, Ryan 1995-96 Peterson, Michael • 1987-89 Peterson, Taylor • 2014-16 Phillabaum, Steve 2001-02 Piecuch, Alex 2016-17 Plumb, Andrew 2004-06 Popp, Kevin 1994-97 Popp, Thomas • 1985-88 Q Quinton, Jeffrey

1987-89

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R Rackow, Chris 1984-87 Rajchel, Brett • 2008-09 Ratcliffe, Alex 2002-05 Rawn, Adrian 1999-02 Ray, Stephen 2009-11 Recko, Aaron 2005-07 Reiff, Nate 2016 Reiton, Derrick 1985, 88 Robinson, Jack 2015-17 Rollo, Patrick • 2001-04 Rodgers, Joseph 2015 S Sabesky, Garrett 2013, 15 Salata, Jason 1991-93 Salata, Steven 1996 Sambar, Chris 1992-94 Sanchez, Jonathon • 1992-94 Sanchez, Roger • 1988-90 Sauls, James 2004 Sause, Andrew 1998-00 Savage, Paul 1984-87 Schalm, David 1988-90 Schofer, Thomas 2011 Schofield, Edward 1983-86 Schwamb, Erich 2010-12 Seipp, Patrick 2011-12 Selby, Ian 1995 Setness, Taylor 2011 Shashin, Andrew 2017 Shaw, Barry 1998-01 Siepert, Michael 1989-91 Simeral, Scott 2009 Silverman, David 1994-97 Skowronski, Matt • 2014-17 Smith, Crawford 2017 Smutz, Joseph 2003 Snelgrove, Joe 2002-04 Snowden, Scotty 2011 Spillane, Andy 1998 Stanowski, Sean 1998-00 Staresinic, Evan 2016 Stephens, Josh 1998-00 Stevens, Justin 2009 Sullivan, Conor • 2017 Suriano, Michael 2003-04 Sutherland, Robert 2012-15 Sutherlin, Thomas 1982-83 Szilard, Michael 1993-94 T Tammen, Matthew 1982 Taylor, P.J. 2013-14 Taylor, Stephen 1996-98 Temple, Thomas • 1984-87 Thein, Tyler 2010-12 Thomas, Richard 2015 Thompson, Jeffery 1983-86 Thompson, Jeremy 1995-96 Tomlin, Jeffrey 1985-88 Tomsheck, Thomas 1986-89 Tripiano, James 2004

V Vahey, Chris 2009-10 Valentini, Dominic 2009 Valaik, Daniel • 1982 W Walker, Jesse • 2011-12 Warren, Archie 2011-12 Warren, Arny 2011 Warren, Carpenter 2013-15 Warren, Shepherd 2016-17 Weggeland, Will • 2012-15 Wertz, Kyle 2008-11 Williams, Marc • 1995-97 Williams, Ronan 2016-17 Wilson, Brian 1993-96 Windust, Philip 1991-93 Wineke, Brian 1991-93 Woltersdorf, Kurt 1982-83 Wooster, Michael 1983-86 Z Zimmerman, Tyler Zoellick, Daniel

2015-17 2006-08

• – Denotes Team Captain

All-Time Captains

Daniel Valaik 1982 Mark Edson 1983 Paul Jenkins 1984 David Kaye 1985 Doug Keller 1986 Tom Temple 1987 Thomas Popp 1988 Michael Peterson 1989 Roger Sanchez 1990 Luis Nicolao 1991 Josh Bell 1992 John McCullough 1993 Jonathan Sanchez 1994 Thomas Donovan 1995 Greg Mendenhall 1996 Marc Williams 1997 Kevin Crisson 1998 Drew Corey 1999 Sean Foster 2000 Brendan Naeve 2001 Nick Hill 2002 Tim Fox 2003 Patrick Rollo 2004 Jordan Gentry 2005 Todd Carlson 2006 George Naughton 2007 John Connors 2008 Brett Rajchel 2009 Jordan Carter 2010 Conor Handley 2011 Jesse Walker 2012 Sean McDonald 2013 Tyler Barker 2014 Will Weggeland 2015 Taylor Peterson 2016 Matt Skowronski 2017 2018

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2018 NAVY water polo All-Time Accolades / Honors NAAA Sword For Men

Presented to the midshipman of the graduating class declared by the Association’s Athletic Committee to have personally excelled in athletics during his years of varsity competition.

2009 1992 1989

Michael Mulvey Luis Nicalao Tom Popp

NAAA Coaches Calvert Award

Presented by the Naval Academy Athletic Association in honor of Vice Admiral James Calvert, Superintendent of the Naval Academy (1968-72), to the varsity letterman of the graduating class selected by the varsity coaches as having perservered the most in his or her career.

2008 2007 2002 2001 1989

Eric Gardiner Todd Carlson Barry Shaw Andrew Sause Jeffrey Tomlin

All-Americans 2015 Carl Dowzicky (HM) 2014 Thomas Patterson (HM) 2013 Carl Dowzicky (HM) Carpenter Warren (HM) 2012 Paul Pedrotty (HM) 2011 Conor Handley (HM) Kyle Wertz (HM) 2010 Luke Baldwin (HM) 2009 Luke Baldwin (HM) Brett Rajchel (HM) 2008 Michael Mulvey (3rd) Kyle Wertz (HM) 2007 Aaron Recko (2nd) Michael Mulvey (HM) 2006 Aaron Recko (3rd) George Naughton (HM) 2005 Alex Ratcliffe (3rd) 2004 Patrick Rollo (3rd) 2003 Joe Donahue (3rd) 2002 Nick Hill (HM) 2001 Nick Hill (HM) 2000 Sean Foster (2nd) Nick Hill (HM) 1999 Jason Pace (HM) 1996 Joe Alton (HM) 1995 Joe Ernst (HM) 1994 Doug Munz (3rd) 1993 Doug Munz (HM) 1991 Luis Nicolao (3rd) 1990 Luis Nicolao (3rd) 1989 Luis Nicolao (HM) 1988 Tom Popp (3rd) 1987 Tom Popp (HM) 1986 Tom Temple (3rd) 1985 Lawrence Kough (HM) 1984 Lawrence Kough (HM)

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Two-Time All-Americans Carl Dowzicky Kyle Wertz Luke Baldwin Michael Mulvey Aaron Recko Doug Munz Tom Popp Lawrence Kough

2013, 2015 2008, 2011 2009, 2010 2007, 2008 2006, 2007 1993, 1994 1987, 1988 1984, 1985

Three-Time All-Americans Nick Hill 2000, 2001, 2002 Luis Nicalao 1989, 1990, 1991 NCAA All-Tournament 2008 Michael Mulvey (2nd) 2007 Michael Mulvey (2nd) Aaron Recko (2nd) 2006 Aaron Recko (2nd) CWPA First-Team All-East / All-CWPA 2015 Carl Dowzicky 2014 Thomas Patterson 2013 Carl Dowzicky 2012 Paul Pedrotty 2011 Kyle Wertz 2010 Stevie Ray Kyle Wertz 2009 Brett Rajchel Kyle Wertz 2008 Michael Mulvey 2007 Michael Mulvey Aaron Recko 2006 Aaron Recko George Naughton 2005 Alex Ratcliffe 2004 Alex Ratcliffe 2003 Joe Donahue Alex Ratcliffe 2002 Joe Donahue Nick Hill Adrian Rawn 2000 Sean Foster Nick Hill 1999 Jason Pace 1998 Steve Taylor 1997 Dave McKelvy 1996 Pete Koprowski 1995 Joe Ernst 1994 Joe Ernst Doug Munz 1993 Doug Munz 1992 Jon Jensen 1991 Luis Nicolao 1990 Luis Nicolao Elton Parker David Schalm 1989 Luis Nicolao Tom Tomsheck 1988 Tom Popp Tom Tomsheck 1987 Tom Temple Tom Popp

1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Tom Temple Tom Popp Ed Schofield Lawrence Kough David Kaye Doug Keller Lawrence Kough Bob Mohle Lawrence Kough Mark Edson

Two-Time First-Team All-East Carl Dowzicky 2013, 2015 Michael Mulvey 2007, 2008 Aaron Recko 2006, 2007 Joe Donahue 2002, 2003 Nick Hill 2000, 2002 Joe Ernst 1994, 1995 Doug Munz 1993, 1994 Tom Tomsheck 1988, 1989 Tom Temple 1986, 1987 Three-Time First-Team All-East Kyle Wertz 2009, 2010, 2011 Alex Ratcliffe 2003, 2004, 2005 Luis Nicalao 1989, 1990, 1991 Tom Popp 1986, 1987, 1988 Lawrence Kough 1983, 1984, 1985 CWPA Eastern MVPs 2008 2007 2006 2003 2000 1994 1991 1990 1988 1987 1986

Michael Mulvey Aaron Recko Aaron Recko Joe Donahue Sean Foster Doug Munz Luis Nicolao Luis Nicolao Tom Popp Tom Popp Ed Schofield

CWPA Rookie of the Year 2008

Kyle Wertz

CWPA Coach of the Year 2010 2007 2006 2003 2000 1990 1986 1984 1982

Mike Schofield Mike Schofield Mike Schofield Mike Schofield Mike Schofield Mike Schofield Mike Schofield Lee Lawrence Lee Lawrence

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CWPA First-Team All-South 2015 Carl Dowzicky 2014 Thomas Patterson 2013 Carl Dowzicky Garrett Sabesky Robert Sutherland 2012 Jesse Walker 2011 Conor Handley Kyle Wertz 2010 Luke Baldwin 2009 Luke Baldwin Brett Rajchel Kyle Wertz 2008 Michael Mulvey 2007 Michael Mulvey George Naughton Aaron Recko 2006 Tyler Hill George Naughton Aaron Recko 2005 Jordan Gentry George Naughton Alex Ratcliffe 2004 Alex Ratcliffe 2003 Joe Donahue Alex Ratcliffe 2002 Joe Donahue Nick Hill Adrian Rawn 2001 Joe Donahue Brendan Naeve 2000 Sean Foster Brendan Naeve 1999 Jason Pace CWPA South Player of the Year 2013 Carl Dowzicky 2011 Conor Handley 2009 Kyle Wertz 2007 Michael Mulvey 2006 Aaron Recko 2005 Alex Ratcliffe 2002 Nick Hill 2000 Sean Foster CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 2013 Jackson Hummeldorf (1st Team) 2008 Eric Gardiner (1st Team) 2002 Barry Shaw (2nd Team) 2001 Andrew Sause (1st Team) Barry Shaw (1st Team) NCAA Post-Grad Scholarships 2008 Eric Gardiner 2002 Barry Shaw 2001 Andrew Sause 1993 Josh Bell 1989 Tom Popp


2018 NAVY water polo All-Time Accolades / Honors CWPA Academic Team Honor 2011 2.83 Team GPA 2009 2.76 Team GPA 2007 2.80 Team GPA 2005 2.78 Team GPA 2003 2.75 Team GPA 2002 2.83 Team GPA ACWPC All-Academic Team 2017 Francis Kim (O) Crawford Smith (O) Shepherd Warren (O) Ian Bagent (S) Trevor Clark (S) Jesse Hainze (S) Jack Robinson (S) Bobby Wall (S) Cole Jacobs (E) Kevin Volkov (E) 2016 Francis Kim (O) Shepherd Warren (O) Ian Bagent (S) Trevor Clark (S) Jack Robinson (S) Kevin Volkov (E) 2015 Ian Bagent (O) Shepherd Warren (O) Francis Kim (S) Jack Robinson (S) 2014 Tyler Barker (O) Vikram Kanth (O) Matt Newby (E) Garrett Sabesky (E) 2013 Tyler Barker (O) Sean McDonald (S) Taylor Setness (S) Vikram Kanth (S) Matt Newby (E) 2012 Tyler Barker (O) Jackson Hummeldorf (O) Vikram Kanth (O) Matt Newby (S) Beau Bayless (E) Sean McDonald (E) P.J. Taylor (E) Will Weggeland (E) 2011 Jackson Hummeldorf (O) Tyler Barker (O) Vikram Kanth (O) Daniel Norris (S) Matt Newby (E) Archie Warren (E) 2010 Jackson Hummeldorf (O) Luke Baldwin (S) Joel Elenbaas (S) Sean McDonald (S) Archie Warren (E) 2009 Chase Hansen (O) Jackson Hummeldorf (O) Luke Baldwin (S) Dominic Valentini (S) Archie Warren (S) Zack Anderson (E) Joe Moffit (E)

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 1995

Chase Hansen (O) Luke Baldwin (S) Taylor Sultz (S) Joe Moffit (E) Dominic Valentini (E) Alex Buck (O) Eric Gardiner (O) George Naughton (S) Nick Mansfield (S) Dominic Valentini (S) Joe Moffit (E) Luke Baldwin (E) Zack Anderson (E) Steve Craney (E) Justin Stevens (E) Eric Gardner (O) George Naughton (E) Zach Anderson (E) Steve Craney (E) Nick Mansfield (E) Justin Stevens (E) Eric Gardiner (O) Bryan Lingle (O) Jordan Gentry (S) Jordan Flacco (E) Steve Craney (E) Eric Gardiner (O) Bryan Lingle (O) Jordan Gentry (S) Bryan Lingle (O) Jordan Gentry (S) Bill Miante (E) Bryan Lingle (O) Alex Ratcliffe (E) Cody Acuna (E) Nick Hill (E) Barry Shaw (O) Brian Wilson (S) Jeremy Thompson (E) Marc Williams (E)

2017 ACWPC All-Academic Team

Ian Bagent

3.67 GPA // Arabic

Jesse Hainze

3.56 GPA // Systems Engineering

Francis Kim

3.86 GPA // Political Science

Trevor Clark

3.48 GPA // Chemistry

Cole Jacobs

3.28 GPA // Operations Research

Jack Robinson

3.60 GPA // Operations Research

O – Denotes outstanding (3.71 to 4.00) S – Denotes superior (3.41 to 3.70) E – Denotes excellent (3.20 to 3.40)

Crawford Smith

4.00 GPA // Chemistry

Bobby Wall

3.48 GPA // Undeclared

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3.40 GPA // Computer Science

Shepherd Warren

3.80 GPA // Mathematics

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2018 NAVY water polo Record Book Individual Game Records

Goals Assists Points Saves

Team Game Records Goals Goals Allowed Win Margin Loss Margin Saves

9 5 5 5 5 5 11 20 20

by Brian Wineke vs. Slippery Rock (11/06/93) by Jack Finch vs. Princeton (10/12/13) by Erich Schwamb vs. Johns Hopkins (10/10/12) by Erich Schwamb vs. Long Beach State (09/27/12) by Arny Warren vs. George Washington (10/29/11) by Thomas Sutherlin vs. MIT (09/24/83) by Brian Wineke vs. Slippery Rock (11/06/93) by George Naughton vs. St. Francis (11/18/07) by Kevin Crisson vs. George Washington (09/26/88)

28 28 28 25 26 20 24

vs. Mount San Antonio College (09/08/13) vs. Washington & Jefferson (09/12/12) vs. Washington & Lee (09/16/83) vs. Pacific (09/15/13) vs. Washington & Lee (09/16/83) vs. Stanford (09/28/14) vs. Slippery Rock (10/10/98)

Winning Streak 1. 19 19 19 4. 16 5. 14 14 7. 13 8. 12 12

Oct. 6, 2007 to Nov. 18, 2007 Sept. 11, 1994 to Nov. 5, 1994 Oct. 3, 1986 to Nov. 16, 1986 Nov. 14, 1982 to Oct. 14, 1983 Sept. 27, 2006 to Nov. 14, 2006 Nov. 13, 1983 to Oct. 12, 1994 Oct. 6, 1989 to Nov. 4, 1989 Sept. 1, 2012 to Sept. 22, 2012 Oct. 21, 1988 to Nov. 13, 1988

Losing Streak 1. 10 10 3. 7 7 5. 6 6 6

Sept. 25, 2016 to Oct. 29, 2016 Sept. 15, 2013 to Sept. 28, 2013 Sept. 9, 2017 to Oct. 1, 2017 Nov. 11, 1984 to Sept. 14, 1985 Oct. 7, 2017 to Nov. 17, 2017 Nov. 10, 1991 to Sept. 12, 1992 Nov. 25, 1988 to Sept. 11, 1989

Individual Season Records 100-Point Seasons Rk. Player, Season 1. Doug Munz, 1994 2. Paul Pedrotty, 2012 3. Tom Popp, 1988 4. Luis Nicolao, 1990 5. Luis Nicolao, 1991 6. Doug Munz, 1993 7. Brian Wineke, 1993 8. Sean Foster, 2000 9. Michael Mulvey, 2008 10. Kevin Popp, 1997 11. Greg Mendehall, 1995 12. Marc Williams, 1997

Pts. 184 137 123 118 114 113 108 107 105 104 102 100

Goals Scored Rk. Player, Season 1. Doug Munz, 1994 2. Luis Nicolao, 1990 3. Paul Pedrotty, 2012 4. Brian Wineke, 1993 5. Sean Foster, 2000 6. Luis Nicolao, 1991 7. Doug Munz, 1993 8. Michael Mulvey, 2007 Aaron Recko, 2007 Tom Popp, 1988

G 129 95 91 89 85 81 78 76 76 76

Assists Rk. Player, Season 1. Andrew Sause, 2000 2. Marc Williams, 1997 3. Tom Popp, 1988 4. Paul Pedrotty, 2012 Erich Schwamb, 2012 6. Jack Finch, 2013 7. Michael Mulvey, 2008 8. David Silverman, 1997 Doug Munz, 1994 10. Kevin Popp, 1997

A 57 48 47 46 46 45 44 41 41 40

Saves Rk. Player, Season 1. George Naughton, 2007 2. Kevin Crisson, 1998 3. Garrett Sabesky, 2013 4. George Naughton, 2006 5. Ken Johansen, 1987 6. Joe Alton, 1995 7. Brett Rajchel, 2008 8. Joe Alton, 1996 9. John McCullough, 1991 10. Joe Alton, 1994

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Sv 329 319 272 267 264 255 248 245 229 221

200-Point Careers Rk. Player, Seasons 1. Luis Nicolao, 1988-91 2. Doug Munz, 1991-94 3. Greg Mendenhall, 1993-96 4. Tom Popp, 1985-88 5. Michael Mulvey, 2005-08 6. Joe Donahue, 2000-03 7. Tom Temple, 1984-87 8. Alex Ratcliffe, 2002-05 9. David Kaye, 1982-85 10. Kyle Wertz, 2008-11 11. Paul Pedrotty, 2009-12 12. Sean Foster, 1997-00 13. Carl Dowzicky, 2012-15 David Silverman, 1994-97 15. Brian Wineke, 1990-93 16. Kevin Popp, 1994-97 17. Lawrence Kough, 1982-85 18. Carpenter Warren, 2012-15 19. Tom Tomsheck, 1986-89

Pts. 377 369 356 337 314 301 298 287 281 260 244 240 233 233 231 229 228 220 215

Goals Rk. Player, Seasons 1. Luis Nicolao, 1988-91 2. Doug Munz, 1991-94 3. Greg Mendenhall, 1993-96 4. Tom Temple, 1984-87 5. Joe Donahue, 2000-03 6. Michael Mulvey, 2005-08 7. Tom Popp, 1985-88 8. Alex Ratcliffe, 2002-05 9. David Kaye, 1982-85 10. Kyle Wertz, 2008-11

G 282 273 226 222 218 205 198 193 186 184

Assists Rk. Player, Seasons 1. Tom Popp, 1985-88 2. Michael Mulvey, 2005-08 3. David Silverman, 1994-97 4. Andrew Sause, 1999-00 5. Greg Mendenhall, 1993-96 6. Luis Nicolao, 1988-91 David Kaye, 1982-85 8. Alex Ratcliffe, 2002-05 9. Jack Finch, 2011-14 10. Doug Munz, 1991-94

A 139 109 107 104 98 95 95 94 91 87

Saves Rk. Player, Seasons 1. George Naughton, 2004-07 2. Joe Alton, 1993-96 3. John McCullough, 1990-93 4. Garrett Sabesky, 2012-15 5. Kevin Crisson, 1995-98 6. Anthony Gutierrez, 2009-12 7. Brett Rajchel, 2006-09 8. Ed Schofield, 1983-86 9. Ken Johansen, 1985-88 10. Nick Hill, 2000-02

Sv 796 752 649 525 496 485 458 456 450 364


2018 NAVY water polo Navy in the NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament Facts Tournament Appearances Year 1984 1986 1987 1988 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 2000 2003 2006 2007 2008 Won-Lost Record Tournament Finishes NCAA Championships Year 2nd-place finishes Year 3rd-place finishes Year 4th-place finishes Years NCAA Tournament Record vs. Opponents Air Force Brown Cal Little Rock Long Beach State Loyola-Chicago Loyola Marymount Pacific Pepperdine Princeton Slippery Rock Stanford UC Irvine UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UCLA UMass USC TOTAL

NCAA Tournament Appearances

14 W-L (Pct.) 0-3 (.000) 1-2 (.333) 0-3 (.000) 0-3 (.000) 1-2 (.333) 0-3 (.000) 1-2 (.333) 1-2 (.333) 1-2 (.333) 0-2 (.000) 0-2 (.000) 0-2 (.000) 1-1 (.500) 0-2 (.000) 6-31 (.162) 0 N/A 0 N/A 1 2007 4 2000 2003 2006 2008

Rk. Team 1. UCLA 2. USC 3. Stanford 4. Cal 5. UC Irvine 6. Navy 7. UC San Diego 8. Pepperdine UC Santa Barbara 10. Brown Long Beach State

App. 33 32 31 29 21 14 13 12 12 11 11

NCAA Tournament Victories

Rk. Team 1. Cal 2. UCLA 3. Stanford 4. USC 5. UC Irvine 6. Long Beach State 7. Pepperdine 8. UC Santa Barbara 9. Brown 10. UC San Diego Loyola-Chicago San Jose State 13. Navy Bucknell Loyola Marymount

NCAA Tournament Results 0-1 (.000) 2-1 (.667) 0-3 (.000) 0-1 (.000) 0-1 (.000) 0-1 (.000) 1-2 (.333) 0-1 (.000) 0-3 (.000) 1-0 (1.000) 0-1 (.000) 0-2 (.000) 0-1 (.000) 1-1 (.500) 0-1 (.000) 0-4 (.000) 1-0 (1.000) 0-7 (.000) 6-31 (.162)

Wins 61 59 57 55 40 19 18 16 9 7 7 7 6 6 6

1984 N23 N24 N25

Long Beach, Calif. Stanford UCLA Loyola-Chicago

8th L, 8-16 L, 4-17 L, 7-10

1986 N28 N29 N30

Long Beach, Calif. UCLA Brown USC

6th L, 7-13 W, 6-4 L, 3-8

1987 N27 N28 N29

Long Beach, Calif. USC Pepperdine Brown

8th L, 5-17 L, 8-16 L, 6-7

1988 N25 N26 N27

Long Beach, Calif. UCLA UC Irvine Little Rock

8th L, 3-11 L, 5-17 L, 9-10

1990 N25 N26 N27

Long Beach, Calif. UC Santa Barbara Air Force Brown

7th L, 9-16 L, 8-11 W, 7-6

1991 N29 N30 D1

Long Beach, Calif. California Long Beach State Slippery Rock

8th L, 6-13 L, 9-13 L, 8-9

1992 N27 N28 N29

Long Beach, Calif. Cal Pepperdine Princeton

7th L, 2-15 L, 8-19 W, 14-9

1993 N26 N27 N28

Long Beach, Calif. Stanford Pacific UC San Diego

7th L, 1-16 L, 7-13 W, 20-17

1994 N25 N26 N27

Long Beach, Calif. USC UMass Pepperdine

6th L, 5-15 W, 11-3 L, 10-13

2000 D2 D3

Malibu, Calif. UCLA USC

4th L, 5-12 L, 9-15

2003 D6 D7

Palo Alto, Calif. USC Loyola Marymount

4th L, 6-10 L, 7-10

2006 D2 D3

Los Angeles, Calif. USC UC San Diego

4th L, 3-20 L, 8-12

2007 D1 D2

Palo Alto, Calif. Cal Loyola Marymount

3rd L, 5-8 W, 7-6

2008 D6 D7

Palo Alto, Calif. USC Loyola Marymount

4th L, 9-14 L, 4-11

Yearly Leaders Points Year Player G A 1982 Craig Malloy 53 23 1983 David Kaye 52 33 1984 David Kaye 53 24 1985 David Kaye 55 19 1986 Tom Temple 75 19 1987 Tom Temple 66 29 1988 Tom Popp 76 47 1989 Luis Nicolao 61 22 1990 Luis Nicolao 95 23 1991 Luis Nicolao 81 33 1992 Brian Wineke 63 15 1993 Doug Munz 78* 33 1994 Doug Munz 136* 41 1995 Greg Mendenhall 64* 35 1996 Greg Mendenhall 45* 20 1997 Kevin Popp 58* 40 1998 Sean Foster 55* 26 1999 Andrew Sause 28* 31 2000 Sean Foster 85 22 2001 Joe Donahue 59 24 2002 Joe Donahue 58 18 2003 Joe Donahue 56 20 2004 Alex Ratcliffe 59 30 2005 Alex Ratcliffe 56 23 2006 Aaron Recko 70 19 2007 Michael Mulvey 76 23 2008 Michael Mulvey 61 44 2009 Kyle Wertz 55 20 2010 Luke Baldwin 54 29 2011 Kyle Wertz 56 32 2012 Paul Pedrotty 91 46 2013 Carl Dowzicky 58 16 2014 Thomas Patterson 64 24 2015 Carl Dowzicky 64 30 2016 David Huber 63 12 2017 Bobby Lee 31 7 * – denotes two-point goals included

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Pts. 76 85 77 74 94 95 123 83 118 114 78 113 184 102 70 104 85 65 107 83 76 76 89 79 89 99 105 75 83 88 137 74 88 94 75 38

Goalies Year Player 1982 Dan Valaik 1983 Ed Schofield 1984 Ed Schofield 1985 Doug Keller 1986 Ed Schofield 1987 Ken Johansen 1988 Ken Johansen 1989 Scott Bell 1990 David Schalm 1991 John McCullough 1992 John McCullough 1993 John McCullough 1994 Joe Alton 1995 Joe Alton 1996 Joe Alton 1997 Kevin Crisson 1998 Kevin Crisson 1999 Sean Stanowski 2000 Nick Hill 2001 Nick Hill 2002 Nick Hill 2003 Patrick McCreary 2004 Patrick McCreary 2005 George Naughton 2006 George Naughton 2007 George Naughton 2008 Brett Rajchel 2009 Brett Rajchel 2010 Anthony Gutierrez 2011 Anthony Gutierrez 2012 Anthony Gutierrez 2013 Garrett Sabesky 2014 Garrett Sabesky 2015 Beau Bayless 2016 Ronan Williams 2017 Francis Kim

Sv 155 116 132 73 141 264 162 145 173 229 192 191 221 255 245 169 319 166 126 115 133 175 171 193 267 329 248 199 196 177 108 272 190 208 198 167

GA 182 83 117 75 120 239 178 105 168 194 269 N/A 182 136 177 137 216 152 154 78 90 188 171 169 231 204 233 190 168 175 78 244 204 219 254 152

Pct. .460 .583 .530 .493 .540 .525 .476 .580 .507 .541 .416 N/A .550 .652 .580 .552 .596 .522 .450 .596 .596 .482 .500 .533 .536 .617 .516 .512 .538 .503 .581 .527 .482 .487 .438 .524

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2018 NAVY water polo Navy in the Conference Tournament CWPA Tournament Facts

Tournament Appearances 36 Won-Lost Record 76-34 (.691) Tournament Finishes Eastern Division Championships Years 2nd-place finishes Years 3rd-place finishes Years CWPA Tournament Record vs. Opponents Brown Bucknell George Washington Harvard Iona Johns Hopkins Little Rock Mercyhurst MIT Princeton Queens Richmond Slippery Rock St. Francis Brooklyn UMass Wagner Washington & Jefferson Washington & Lee

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9 1986 1987 1988 1990 2000 2003 2006 2007 2008 10 1984 1985 1991 1992 1994 2002 2005 2009 2010 2011 7 1982 1983 1989 1995 2004 2013 2014

9-5 (.643) 9-3 (.750) 2-1 (.667) 10-2 (.833) 11-0 (1.000) 3-1 (.750) 3-0 (1.000) 2-0 (1.000) 3-1 (.750) 6-5 (.545) 1-3 (.250) 1-0 (1.000) 4-2 (.667) 8-5 (.615) 2-4 (.333) 0-2 (.000) 1-0 (1.000) 2-0 (1.000)

CWPA Tournament Titles 1. Navy 2. UMass 3. Bucknell 4. Brown 5. Princeton 6. St. Francis Brooklyn Yale 8. Queens 9. Little Rock Loyola-Chicago Pittsburgh Slippery Rock

9 7 6 5 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1

CWPA Southern Division Tournament Facts

Tournament Appearances 23 Won-Lost Record 69-10 (.873) Tournament Finishes Southern Division Championships 14 Years 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013 CWPA South Division Tournament Record vs. Opponents Bucknell 13-3 (.813) Dayton 1-0 (1.000) Gannon 3-0 (1.000) George Washington 6-0 (1.000) Grove City College 1-0 (1.000) Johns Hopkins 7-0 (1.000) Little Rock 1-0 (1.000) Mercyhurst 3-0 (1.000) Monmouth 1-0 (1.000) Notre Dame (Ohio) 1-0 (1.000) Penn State-Behrend 4-0 (1.000) Princeton 12-7 (.632) Salem International 4-0 (1.000) Slippery Rock 4-0 (1.000) Villanova 2-0 (1.000) Washington & Jefferson 5-0 (1.000) Washington & Lee 1-0 (1.000) 1982 N13 Washington & Lee N13 Brown N14 Bucknell

3rd W, 12-11 L, 4-10 W, 14-13

1983 N12 Richmond N12 Slippery Rock N13 Bucknell

3rd W, 10-6 L, 10-16 W, 14-8

1984 N9 Harvard N10 Bucknell N11 Brown

2nd W, 11-4 W, 17-8 L, 12-15

1985 N8 N9 N10

Providence, R.I. Slippery Rock Iona Bucknell

2nd W, 12-7 W, 16-6 L, 3-5

1986 N8 N9 N10

Annapolis, Md. Harvard Bucknell Brown

1st W, 21-0 W, 16-3 W, 5-2

1987 N13 N14 N15

Annapolis, Md. Little Rock Iona Brown

1st W, 16-4 W, 11-6 W, 8-6

2004 N13 N14 N14

Lewisburg, Pa. Brown St. Francis Brooklyn Harvard

3rd W, 9-4 L, 7-8 W, 10-5

1988 N12 N12 N13

Providence, R.I. Harvard Bucknell Little Rock

1st W, 13-3 W, 11-6 W, 13-7

2005 N12 N12 N13

Boston, Mass. Iona Bucknell St. Francis Brooklyn

2nd W, 9-5 W, 8-7 L, 9-10

1989 N10 N11 N12

Annapolis, Md. Slippery Rock Brown Harvard

3rd W, 12-4 L, 5-6 W, 11-2

2006 N11 N12 N13

Princeton, N.J. MIT Bucknell Princeton

1st W, 13-7 W, 11-8 W, 9-6

1990 N11 N11 N12

Annapolis, Md. Little Rock Harvard Brown

1st W, 15-10 W, 12-7 W, 12-9

2007 N16 N17 N18

Cambridge, Mass. Iona George Washington St. Francis Brooklyn

1st W, 12-3 W, 15-3 W, 11-7

1991 N9 N9 N10

Providence, R.I. Iona Brown Slippery Rock

2nd W, 7-6 W, 7-6 L, 5-7

2008 N21 N22 N23

Annapolis, Md. Iona St. Francis Brooklyn Princeton

1st W, 14-10 W, 12-11 W, 9-6

1992 N7 N7 N8

Annapolis, Md. UMass Brown Princeton

2nd W, 10-9 W, 10-3 L, 7-8

2009 N20 N21 N22

Cambridge, Mass. Iona Johns Hopkins Princeton

2nd W, 15-11 W, 12-7 L, 4-5

1993 N6 N6 N6

Little Rock, Ark. UMass Iona Slippery Rock

5th L, 4-10 W, 16-11 W, 16-9

2010 N19 N20 N21

Lewisburg, Pa. Brown Princeton St. Francis Brooklyn

1994 N5 N5 N5

Cambridge, Mass. Harvard Washington & Lee UMass

2nd W, 19-10 W, 18-4 L, 6-9

2011 N18 N19 N20

Cambridge, Mass. Harvard Brown Princeton

1995 N4 N4 N5

Annapolis, Md. St. Francis Brooklyn UMass Princeton

3rd W, 15-7 L, 4-8 W, 10-7

2012 N16 N17 N18

Princeton, N.J. St. Francis Brooklyn MIT Brown

1996 N9 N9 N10

Cambridge, Mass. St. Francis Brooklyn UMass Brown

4th W, 14-7 L, 5-10 L, 5-7

2013 N22 N23 N24

Providence, R.I. MIT Princeton Bucknell

3rd W, 19-11 L, 8-9 W, 10-7

1997 N8 N8 N8

Annapolis, Md. St. Francis Brooklyn Slippery Rock George Washington

6th L, 7-8 W, 12-10 L, 8-9

1998 N14 N14 N14

Providence, R.I. St. Francis Brooklyn Queens Bucknell

4th W, 7-6 L, 5-9 L, 11-13

2014 N21 N21 N22 N23

Annapolis, Md. Iona Harvard Princeton St. Francis Brooklyn

3rd W, 14-12 W, 15-10 L, 3-6 W, 14-13

1999 N13 N13 N14

Annapolis, Md. Queens George Washington Brown

5th L, 9-10 W, 11-7 W, 11-7

2015 N20 N20 N21 N22

Cambridge, Mass. Washington & Jefferson Harvard Bucknell MIT

8th W, 19-9 L, 12-19 L, 13-15 L, 8-12

2000 N18 N18 N19

Providence, R.I. Harvard UMass St. Francis Brooklyn

1st W, 15-5 W, 14-11 W, 13-12

2016 N18 N19 N20

Lewisburg, Pa. Johns Hopkins Mercyhurst Wagner

6th L, 9-17 W, 12-8 L, 13-16

2001 N17 N17 N18

Princeton, N.J. Harvard Johns Hopkins Princeton

2017 N17 N18 N19

Annapolis, Md. Wagner Mercyhurst Johns Hopkins

5th L, 8-9 W, 9-8 W, 9-5

2002 N16 N16 N17

Providence, R.I. Iona St. Francis Brooklyn Queens

2003 N15 N16 N16

Annapolis, Md. Iona Queens Princeton

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5th L, 3-5 W, 15-5 W, 9-6 2nd W, 9-6 W, 9-7 L, 4-5 1st W, 12-6 W, 10-9 W, 8-6

2nd W, 15-9 W, 8-5 L, 4-8 2nd W, 20-5 W, 12-10 L, 7-10 6th L, 10-14 W, 21-9 L, 8-9


2018 NAVY water polo The Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) CWPA Varsity Members

2017 CWPA Standings

Northeast Water Polo Conference:

Brown, Harvard, Iona, MIT, Princeton, St. Francis Brooklyn

Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference-East:

Bucknell, Fordham, George Washington, Johns Hopkins, La Salle, Navy, Wagner

Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference-West:

Connecticut College, Gannon, McKendree, Mercyhurst, Monmouth, Salem International, Washington & Jefferson

The Collegiate Water Polo Association originally began as the Mid Atlantic Conference, founded by Dick Russell (Bucknell University swimming & water polo coach) in the 1970’s. Its founding membership included teams from Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. The leadership and management of the organization relied on volunteer coaches until 1990, when it hired a commissioner to perform basic scheduling for the 15 member teams. Officiating assignments at the time were performed by an independent organization called the Eastern Water Polo Referees Association. The next major milepost occurred in 1993, when the Southern and New England Conferences merged into the Mid Atlantic. The new structure combined all of the varsity teams in the East, along with the few sport clubs in existence at that time. During the 1995 season, the conference received its first major challenge, as the organization experienced a strike by its officiating corps. This strike ultimately resulted in the organization establishing its own officiating bureau, assuming responsibility for all of its officiating assignments. The conference hired Tere Ma as its inaugural Director of Officials and Loren Bertocci as its first Technical Director. These two individuals laid the groundwork for the Officiating Bureau that exists today. Today the CWPA is the largest water polo conference in the country with teams in 75% of the states nationwide. Including both intercollegiate varsity competition and club competition, it stands as the only conference of this type. Due to its breadth and influence, the conference plays a pivotal role in the sport of water polo today, which will only increase in the future as it continues to grow. In mid-2016, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) informed the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) that the league’s division into the Northeast Water Polo Conference (NEWPC) and Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference (MAWPC) was accepted by the organization. The Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Water Polo conferences will continue to be administered by the Collegiate Water Polo Association office in a format similar to the Division III Middle Atlantic Conference which oversees two conferences (Freedom, Commonwealth) under one umbrella. The division into two conferences is applicable in only men’s competition as the CWPA will continue to be the moniker by which the league’s women’s varsity teams will compete under during the 2017 season. Due to the separation into different conferences, the CWPA Championship (formerly known as the Eastern Championship) ceases following over 40-years of continuous competition.

Who We Are?

The Collegiate Water Polo Association is a non-profit athletic conference comprised of four-year colleges and universities. Unlike other conferences, the CWPA is comprised of both varsity and collegiate club programs which compete for an National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) or National Collegiate Club (NCCC) Championship. A member conference of the NCAA, the purpose of the Association is to serve its membership through a variety of ways, including the coordination of a competitive schedule. As a non-profit 501 (c)-3 organization, it is also a charitable entity, capable of receiving donations that are tax deductible. All gifts of this kind may be sent to the office, with an acknowledgment returned to you for your tax records.

CWPA Champions / Runner-Ups Year Champion 1972 Yale 1973 Yale 1974 Yale 1975 Bucknell 1976 Pittsburgh 1977 Bucknell 1978 Bucknell 1979 Bucknell 1980 Bucknell 1981 Brown 1982 Loyola, Ill. 1983 Brown 1984 Brown 1985 Brown 1986 Navy 1987 Navy 1988 Navy 1989 Arkansas-Little Rock 1990 Navy 1991 Slippery Rock 1992 Princeton 1993 Massachusetts 1994 Massachusetts

Runner-Up Harvard Fordham Fordham Army Bucknell Pittsburgh Brown Illinois Loyola, Ill. Loyola, Ill. Brown Slippery Rock Navy Bucknell Brown Brown Arkansas-Little Rock Brown Brown Navy Slippery Rock Bucknell Navy

Year Champion 1995 Massachusetts 1996 Massachusetts 1997 Queens, N.Y. 1998 Massachusetts 1999 Massachusetts 2000 Navy 2001 Massachusetts 2002 Queens, N.Y. 2003 Navy 2004 Princeton 2005 St. Francis, N.Y. 2006 Navy 2007 Navy 2008 Navy 2009 Princeton 2010 St. Francis, N.Y. 2011 Princeton 2012 St. Francis, N.Y. 2013 St. Francis, N.Y. 2014 Brown 2015 Princeton 2016 Bucknell 2017 George Washington

Runner-Up Queens, N.Y. Queens, N.Y. Massachusetts Queens, N.Y. St. Francis, N.Y. St. Francis, N.Y. Queens, N.Y. Navy Princeton St. Francis, N.Y. Navy Princeton St. Francis, N.Y. Princeton Navy Navy Navy Bucknell Princeton Princeton Johns Hopkins George Washington Wagner

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Northern Division 1. Princeton St. Francis Brooklyn 3. Harvard 4. Brown 5. MIT 6. Iona

8-2 8-2 7-3 5-5 2-8 0-10

Southern Division (East) 1. Bucknell 2. George Washington 3. Fordham 4. Wagner 5. Navy Johns Hopkins

10-0 7-3 6-4 5-5 1-9 1-9

Southern Division (West) 1. Gannon 2. Mercyhurst 3. Salem International Connecticut College La Salle 6. McKendree 7. Monmouth 8. Washington & Jefferson

7-0 6-1 4-3 4-3 4-3 2-5 1-6 0-7

2017 CWPA Championship Hosted by Navy // Annapolis, Md.

November 17, 2017 (1) Bucknell 15, (8) Mercyhurst 4 (4) Wagner 9, (5) Navy 8 (2) George Washington 10, (7) Gannon 7 (3) Fordham 11, (6) Johns Hopkins 9 November 18, 2017 Navy 9, Mercyhurst 8 Johns Hopkins 12, Gannon 11 Wagner 10, Bucknell 8 George Washington 16, Fordham 15 (OT) 7th Place Game // November 19, 2017 Gannon 13, Mercyhurst 12 (OT) 5th Place Game // November 19, 2017 Navy 9, Johns Hopkins 5 3rd Place Game // November 19, 2017 Bucknell 10, Fordham 9 Championship Game // November 19, 2017 George Washington 8, Wagner 5 All-Conference // First Team GK - Charlie Niehaus // Bucknell Rade Joksimovic // Bucknell Jake Miller-Tolt // Fordham Massimiliano Mirachi // Fordham Andrew Mavis // George Washington Atakan Destici // George Washington Jasmin Kolasinac // Wagner All-Conference // Second Team GK - Alexander Jahns // Fordham GK - John Wilson // Johns Hopkins Giorgio Cico // Johns Hopkins Finn Banks // Johns Hopkins Jeff Hagen // Bucknell Cooper Dolan // Bucknell Taylor Bernhardt // Navy Ciaran Wolohan // Wagner Player of the Year Rade Joksimovic // Bucknell Rookie of the Year Massimiliano Mirachi// Fordham Coach of the Year Bill Harris // Fordham

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2018 NAVY water polo History of the Game of Water Polo Water Polo began as a sport sometime in the 19th century in England, although the early versions of the activity bear little resemblance to the modern day version played today. The origins of water polo are obscure to say the least but we do know that the word “polo” is the English pronunciation of the Indian word “pulu,” that means ball. Just as the ball game that is played on horseback became known as “polo,” the ball game played in the water became known as “water polo,” the name is the only connection between the sports. The game of water polo was first played in the United States in 1888. It featured the old rugby style of play which looked like American football in the water. “American style” water polo became very popular and by the late 1890’s was played in such places as Madison Square Garden and Boston’s Mechanics Hall, attracting 14,000 spectators to the big national championship games. It is believed that British holiday resort owners invented this rather strange pastime during the mid1800s, in an attempt to attract guests. The first games were played on nearby rivers and lakes, and the game’s passing similarity to horseback polo gave it the name “water polo.” By 1869, a rubber ball had began to replace the original ball which was made from a pig’s stomach. In 1870 the London Swimming Club formulated rules for the sport and hosted the first official game at the Crystal Palace Plunge in London. Games resembled rugby on the water, and were based more on brute strength than athletic skill. Underwater wrestling would leave some players barely conscious when they managed to get to the surface. A common ploy players used was to place the small ball in their swimming trunks and swim underwater towards the goal, where they would score by removing the ball and slamming it onto the pool deck. In 1880, rules were introduced in Scotland to shift the game’s focus to skill over force. A bigger ball, similar to a soccer ball, was used, nets were introduced and players could no longer tackle opponents who did not have possession of the ball. The same rules still apply to today’s game. The game that evolved into contemporary water polo started off as an adaptation of rugby played in lakes and rivers; the object of the game was to “carry” the ball to the opponent’s side. The Scottish rules were adopted throughout Great Britain, and the game quickly caught on in countries like Hungary, Belgium, Germany, Austria and France, which began playing the sport in the late 1800s. In 1888, Water polo was introduced into the United States by English swimming instructor John Robinson. The game featured the old rugby style of play which was much like gridiron football in the water. “American style”

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water polo became very popular and by the late 1890’s was played in such venues as the Boston’s Mechanics Hall and Madison Square Garden. The game of the day featured set plays like the “flying salmon,” where the player with the ball leapt through the air from the backs of his teammates to score a goal. Violence was the game’s main attraction. As the sport grew in popularity, so did its level of violence, with little rules to prevent it. In the 1800’s the intent of the game was to place the ball with two hands against the wall at one end of the pool to score. Players often swam underwater in an attempt to gain an advantage, only to be attacked by their defenders in the same manner. In addition to the aggressive play, many of the pools and lakes in which it was played were often poorly filtered and very murky, creating even more mystery regarding the actions that took place beneath the surface. It was not uncommon for players to be dragged from the water unconscious. This may have added to the popularity, with crowds as many as 14,000 attending some games in New York City. In fact, its popularity was so great it was named the first Olympic team sport in 1900. Interestingly enough, women’s water polo was the last Olympic team sport to be added in 2000. Meanwhile, the rest of the world adopted the Scottish rules: Hungary in 1889, Belgium in 1900, Austria and Germany in 1894 and France in 1895. By 1900, water polo was so popular it became the first team sport added to the Olympic Games program and has remained an Olympic sport ever since. Great Britain won gold at each of the first four Olympic Games. In 1911, the Federation International de Natation Amateur (FINA), the international governing body for all amateur water sports, adopted the Scottish rules for all international water polo events. United States continued to play by their own rules until 1912, when, instead of playing their semi-final game in the National Championship tournament, the New York Athletic Club and the Chicago Athletic Association chose to fight instead. The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) cancelled its sponsorship of water polo until 1914 when United States clubs finally agreed to play under the more civilized international rules. Over the years the game has evolved to more of a soccer style in which an opponent could only make contact if a player held the ball. In addition, the evolution of swimming changed the game from brute strength underwater to one of passing and speed above the surface. Women were not allowed to compete at the Olympics until the 2000 Games in Sydney, where Australia won the gold medal, the United States took the silver, and the bronze went to Russia. The first Water Polo World Cup for women was held by FINA (the sport’s governing body) in 1979, and the first World Championships took place in 1986.

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The most notorious incident in the history of Olympic water polo took place during the 1956 match between the Soviet Union and Hungary. Four weeks prior to the Games, 200,000 Soviet troops invaded Hungary to suppress an anti-Communist uprising, so there was plenty of bad blood between the two sides before the scrappy game started. The game was marred by brawls and became so brutal that officials called it off altogether. Hungary was leading 4-0 at the time and was declared the winner; the team advanced to the finals and won the gold. Hungary has also fielded some of the most celebrated water polo players of all time. Dezso Gyarmati won a medal at five different Olympics from 1948-1964 (3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze). Oliver Halassy, who represented Hungary three times between 1928-1936, won 2 gold and 1 silver. What makes his medal count even more extraordinary is that Halassy had one of his legs amputated below the knee as a child. Hungarians are well-known for their extraordinary play in the water. Hungary has won the most medals in Olympic water polo history, with a total of thirteen, including 7 gold, four of them coming between 19321956. Like other notable southern European nations, such as Italy, Spain and Yugoslavia, its national team draws its players from a pool of talent that plays in the professional leagues. Water polo within the United States was adopted as a championship sport for men in the collegiate system in the early 70’s, while women were added about 30 years later as participation grew. Today, collegiate and high school teams can be found throughout the country. Internationally the game is played all over the world, with Europe and Asia boasting the world’s strongest programs for men. The USA is the only non-European team to win Olympic medals. In addition to the gold won by the New York Athletic Club in 1904, the United States men’s program won silver medals in 1984 and 1988 and bronze medals in 1924, 1932 and 1972. The recent addition of women’s water polo paints a different story for dominance, as Canada and the United States often vie for top billing with the world’s best as the Americans have proven to be among the world’s best repeatedly contending for the Olympic and World Championship titles.


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