Water droplets ran down the faces of the Indiana water polo players as they stood together in the weight room in March 2020. But it wasn’t sweat. Instead, those tears were the immediate, uncontrollable reaction to the news the team just got from head coach Taylor Dodson.
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No. 15 Indiana water polo traveled to Los Angeles, California, to compete in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships this weekend. The Hoosiers fell to No. 3 University of California, Los Angeles on Friday but defeated No. 13 San Jose State on Sunday to finish in fifth place in the conference championships.
The final match of Indiana water polo’s regular season against No. 9 Arizona State University featured a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conference clash between two teams sitting near the bottom of the standings. These two teams met back on Feb. 27, when the Sun Devils blew past the Hoosiers, 16-9, at the Kalbus Invite.
No. 14 Indiana water polo traveled to California over the weekend to take on three different teams in three different cities in a 24-hour span. The Hoosiers played California State University, East Bay, Santa Clara University and No. 2 Stanford University on Saturday and Sunday. They played each match in the opposing team’s home pool.
No. 14 Indiana water polo broke its three-game losing streak Saturday afternoon, winning a pair of games at home against No. 13 San Jose State University and Salem University.
No. 15 Indiana water polo played in its first home match of the season Monday with hopes of bouncing back from its loss to No. 7 Michigan. The Hoosiers were unable to take down the No. 4 University of California, Berkeley, Golden Bears in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conference matchup, losing 15-5 at Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center in Bloomington.
No. 15 Indiana water polo sought revenge against No. 7 Michigan after losing to the Wolverines on Feb. 25. The rematch between the evenly matched opponents, who were separated by just two goals in the first meeting, came Saturday in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
No. 15 Indiana water polo faced off against reigning 2021 national champions No. 3 University of Southern California in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conference match-up Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles. The Hoosiers couldn’t compete with the Trojans, losing 16-3.
No. 14 Indiana won three of its four games this past weekend at the Harvard Invitational in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Hoosiers beat No. 20 Harvard University, California Lutheran University and No. 23 Brown University, but fell to No. 15 Wagner College.
No. 17 Indiana water polo continued to smooth out rough ends with a 2-2 record in last weekend’s Kalbus Invite. The Hoosiers will now head to Cambridge, Massachusetts, for the Harvard Invitational, the last invite on this season’s schedule.
No. 17 Indiana water polo went 2-2 at the Kalbus Invite this past weekend in Irvine, California. The Hoosiers beat No. 18 Loyola Marymount University and No. 11 University of California-San Diego, but fell to No. 6 Michigan and No. 9 Arizona State.
No. 17 Indiana water polo travels to Irvine, California this weekend for the Kalbus Invite. The University of California-Irvine will host the event named after water polo icon, Doctor Barbara Kalbus. The Hoosiers look to bounce back after they went winless in last weekend’s Fresno State invite.
No. 17 Indiana water polo was unable to overcome a trio of top-25 teams in this weekend’s Fresno State Invite in Fresno, California. The Hoosiers fell to No. 10 the University of California-Davis, No. 8 Fresno State University and No. 13 Long Beach State University.
After two weeks without competition, No. 17 Indiana water polo looks to bounce back this weekend after its letdown at the Michigan Invitational, where it finished 1-3. The Hoosiers head to Fresno, California, where they compete in the Fresno State Invitational.
No. 10 Indiana water polo couldn’t carry over its offensive rhythm from an opening week sweep at last week’s University of California, Santa Barbara Winter Invite. Indiana finished the Michigan Invitational in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1-3 after losing to No. 3 the University of California, Los Angeles, Long Island University Brooklyn, and No. 5 Hawaii University, but defeating No. 22 Marist College.
No. 10 Indiana water polo had a strong start to the season Jan. 21-23, finishing its invitational at the University of California, Santa Barbara with a 4-0 record and outscoring opponents 64-21. The Hoosiers moved up to No. 10 in the most recent Collegiate Water Polo Association poll.
It was an eventful weekend to start the season for No. 11 Indiana water polo in Santa Barbara, California. The Hoosiers took part in the University of California, Santa Barbara winter invite over the weekend, going against No. 21 California Baptist, Azusa Pacific, Iona and Ottawa.
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