USC Men's Water Polo news

  1. Seven Trojans Earn ACWPC All-Academic Honors
    Following a historic run to a 12th consecutive NCAA title match, the USC men’s water polo team has landed a bumper crop of Trojans on the academic honor roll for 2016. Seven Trojans have earned a place on the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches All-Academic award list — the most for USC since the ACWPC awards began in 2007.
  2. Trojans Ink New Water Polo Standouts For 2017
    The USC men's water polo program grew two Trojans stronger this week with the addition of Christian Emerson and Marko Vavic as signees to Troy for 2017. USC head coach Jovan Vavic, who has guided the USC men to 12 consecutive NCAA finals and a grand total of nine national championships, announced the addition of the two newcomers on Feb. 2. Emerson and Vavic have since been joined by Matt Moran-Flores as USC's new class of talent, as Moran was a later signee for the Trojans.
  3. Seven Trojans Earn MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete Accolades
    After a run to the NCAA final for the 12th consecutive season, seven members of the USC men’s water polo team have shown they are working as hard in the classroom as they are in the pool. USC had piled seven Trojans on the MPSF All-Academic Scholar-Athlete honor roll, including five standouts boasting over a 3.5 cumulative GPA.