USC Women's Water Polo news

  1. No. 2 Women of Troy Storm To Two More Wins At Winter Invite
    The No. 2 USC women’s water polo team swamped two more opponents today to wrap up the Winter Invitational with a perfect 5-0 mark. Amidst a deluge in Santa Barbara, the Trojans topped No. 5 Hawai’i 13-8 behind a four-goal effort from Ioanna Haralabidis in the morning. In the afternoon, Stephania Haralabidis whipped up a career-high nine goals to pace the Trojans to a 19-5 win over No. 9 host UC Santa Barbara.
  2. No. 2 USC Rattles Off Two More Solid Wins At Winter Invitational
    The No. 2 USC women’s water polo team picked up the pace on day two of the Winter Invitational, pinning up a pair of powerful wins to make it a 3-0 start to 2017. In the day’s opener against No. 22 Cal Baptist, USC received a career-high four goals from sophomore Courtney Fahey in a 22-1 win over the Lancers in Santa Barabra. USC freshmen Elise Stein and Sawyer Belville both tallied their first career goals as Trojans in that one. Later in the day, USC two other newcomers get on the scoresheet for the first time, as freshman Kaylee Brownsberger struck twice for the Trojans and goalie Holly Parker logged her first minutes in the cage in a 16-3 win over No. 23 Cal State Northridge.
  3. No. 2 Trojans Silence No. 8 Michigan In Second Half To Open 2017 With 11-3 Win
    The No. 2 USC women's water polo team issued a second-half shutout of No. 8 Michigan to load up an 11-3 win in the Trojans' season opener today at the Winter Invitational in Santa Barbara, Calif. Leading the scoring charge for USC were two brand-new Trojans, as freshmen Denise Mammolito and Maud Megens each scored twice in the victorious start to 2017 while sophomore goalie Amanda Longan gathered 13 saves in the complete-game outing.
  4. 2017 USC Women’s Water Polo Outlook: Championship Chemistry Returns To Troy
    While other programs have been eagerly anticipating the return of players who pursued Olympic dreams last year, the USC women’s water polo team is eagerly anticipating another season alongside the teammates with whom they raised the 2016 NCAA Championship trophy after an undefeated year’s work. Jovan Vavic’s 2017 Trojans are stacked, only lightly shuffling the deck to include a set of newcomers to join a group already dripping with championship skill and savvy.
  5. NCAA Champions Ink Eight New Women of Troy
    After rolling undefeated through 2016, USC women’s water polo added another national championship to its trophy case last season. Now, the USC women add eight talented new Women of Troy to the program. The strong and sizable class of newcomers recently signed letters of intent to join the Trojans for the 2018 season, due to arrive at USC as freshmen in 2017-18, USC head coach Jovan Vavic has announced.