Wildcats Fall to Marist 15-1
April 6, 2013
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. - The Villanova Wildcats dropped a 15-1 decision to Marist here in the first of two games today.
The women's water polo team was again competing in the Princeton Invitational and competed their third and fourth matches of the weekend. The Wildcats played in their second matchup of the year with Harvard and then No. 17 ranked Indiana.
The women's water polo team traveled to Princeton, N.J. to compete in the two-day Princeton Invitational and competed in their first and second of four matches this weekend. Villanova played a match first against ninth-ranked Princeton and then against CAMO.
The women's water polo team kicked off their 2015 season today at the Iona Mini Tournament in New Rochelle, N.Y. While the Wildcats didn't come away with a victory, the team remains hopeful and optimistic about what's next to come for them this season. Villanova played two games against Harvard and then against Iona.
The Villanova women's water polo team has been selected to finish fourth in the MAAC after an annual vote by the leagues seven head coaches. This is the third straight year the team has been fourth in the poll.
Villanova women's water polo head coach Damon Newman has announced the team's 2015 schedule. The season includes four tournaments, one mini-tournament as well as two home matches.
Seven Villanova water polo student-athletes have been honored for their academic achievements and named to the 2013-14 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Honor Roll, as announced by the conference on Tuesday afternoon.
The fourth-seeded Villanova women's water polo team (10-20, 6-9 MAAC) competed in the MAAC Championship on Saturday and Sunday. The Wildcats fell to top-seeded Wagner, 16-6, in the semifinals and lost to Iona 13-7 in the consolation game.
Sophomore Naomi Ng was named to the All-MAAC First Team while sophomore Sarina Shibata and junior Callan Edwards were named to the All-Conference Second Team, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced Friday evening. Additionally, five Wildcats were named to the Women's Water Polo All-Academic Team.