With their first 14 matches of the year complete, the No. 11 men’s water polo team has notched a 6-8 overall record as they look toward their final 10 opponents of the regular season.
Over the weekend, LMU participated in a one-day challenge cup between a pair of teams from the Western Water Polo Association and the Golden Coast Conference. In the first matchup of the day, the No. 16 men of LMU collided with rivals No. 8-ranked Pepperdine.
Entering a new season, the coaches and players for the men’s water polo team expect to accomplish big things in the pool. They believe that they can improve on last season’s result and exceed their third place standing in the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) preseason coaches poll. They…