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Big Ten Regular Season Tournament (CWPA)—Purdue February 3-4, 2018
It was a weekend of great water polo! Our Grey ("B") squad played their first ever tournament, and have a phenomenal experience and even better attitude. Our Scarlet squad went 3-1, only loosing to Michigan State. While there is much work to be done, the team showed up, worked hard and played some great water polo. Go Bucks!!
Katie Johanni Memorial Tournament November 4-5, 2017
We were honored to host the third annual Katie Johanni Memorial Tournament this fall. Katie was our teammate, our friend, and the constant ray of sunshine in our lives. Tragically, Katie had a seizure and passed away in her sleep November 24, 2015. This year, ten teams from throughout the country joined us to play in her memory. We raised $4,686 to donate to the Epilepsy Foundation, bringing the total amount we have donated to just under $25,000. Thank you to everyone who participated, supported and donated to this cause.
Nationals May 5-7 2017
Nationals was hosted by University of Pittsburgh and a total of 16 teams attended from all over the nation. It was a weekend filled with good competition and some great water polo was played! We started the weekend against Washington University in St. Louis, we won the game 17-2. We began the following day by playing University of Washington, it was a close game and we won by one point at 6-5. That evening, we competed against University of California- Davis. It was another tight game, and we lost by one point at 7-8. University of California- Davis continued on to win the tournament. On Sunday, we matched against San Diego University and lost third place by two points, 5-7.
This was our first (but, not last) time to attend Nationals! We were honored to be there and beyond ecstatic to place 4th in the nation!
Big Ten Divison Championship April 22-23 2017
This tournament was hosted by Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Our first game of the tournament was against University of Wisconsin, we won 18-2. We then continued on to compete against University of Illinois, and were able to win 11-6. The last game of the weekend was against University of Michigan "A", we were competing for 1st place in Big Ten, and a spot in Nationals. In a close and very hard game, we won by one point at 7-6.