A pair of high school teammates, two newcomers with siblings on the Bison men’s water polo team and a Pennsylvania native headline the Bucknell University women’s water polo recruiting class recently announced by new head coach John McBride.
Former Hartwick College standout Bronwen Knox scored four times to out perform CWPA Hall of Fame inductee and former University of Michigan standout Betsey Armstrong as Australia defeated the United States 10-5 for fifth place at the FINA World Championship.
12 members of the Mercyhurst College men's and women's water polo teams garnered honors on the 2011 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Scholar-Athlete Team. A student-athlete must maintain a 3.25 cumulative grade-point average or better to be named a scholar-athlete.
Fordham University water polo coach Bill Harris recently announced the addition of four players for the 2011 season. The Rams will add three freshmen, Noah LeBeau, Charlie Reed, and Eric Minowitz, and one junior, Alex Judge.
Hartwick College alums/Australia National Team members Bronwen Knox and Sophie Smith will battle University of Michigan alum/USA National Team goalie Betsey Armstrong on Friday, July 29 for fifth place at the 2011 FINA Women's Water Polo Championship.
Due to the University of Notre Dame being able to host on October 1-2 with hours beginning at 11:20 a.m., the schedule of games for the Men's Collegiate Club Great Lakes Division schedule has been revised.
Dr. Richard F. “Doc” Hunkler, who guided Slippery Rock University women’s water polo teams to one national championship and 10 top-three national finishes during an illustrious coaching career, will be included in a group of individuals who will comprise the SRU Athletic Hall of Fame’s Class of 2011.