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Water Polo

Hoosiers’ schedule can be deceiving

The Hoosiers will take their battle-tested record out west to Santa Clara, Calif., this weekend where they will take on Pacific, Cal State-Monterey Bay and Santa Clara.

California Blues

When a team starts a season 2-7, there is normally reason to worry. The IU water polo team has begun its 2011 season with such a record, going 1-3 on each weekend of its young season.

Athletes relax, still train in offseason

Water polo is a sport that is not common among many Hoosiers, but despite that, the Hoosiers still have a strong program, and many of the water polo players spend their summers conditioning for the regular season. 

Redder showing versatility for IU

In her three seasons as a Hoosier, junior Nicole Redder has never missed a game. Now, her consistent contribution comes in a more versatile manner.

Cassie Wyckoff

National champ water polo player guards IU's goal

Sophomore Cassie Wyckoff brings her services as goalkeeper to the Hoosiers water polo team. She brings with her an All-American selection for her performance nationally, as well.

Hoosiers finish 5th in Eastern Championships

Although it won two of three games this weekend, the IU water polo team finished in fifth place at the Collegiate Water Polo Association’s Eastern Championship in Cambridge, Mass.

Team looks to take Eastern Championship

The fourth-seeded Hoosiers will take on fifth-seeded Brown University at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Harvard University’s Blodgett Pool. The Hoosiers beat Brown 9-8 earlier this season in the Aztec Invitational in San Diego.

Hoosiers lose in conference championship

Despite a furious fourth-quarter rally, the IU water polo team came up short against Michigan, who finished the season perfect against the CWPA west.

Sisters share more than sport

The IU campus has a way of selling itself to the many prospective student-athletes who visit each year, but a random guy making fun of a dog usually isn’t in the plan.

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