Varsity Mens Water Polo

Stanford Red 18U 15, Regency 11

Date of competition: Tuesday, August 2, 2011

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The Stanford Water Polo Club's Red 18U boys' team avenged its only loss of the tournament and earned a gold medal in the Platinum Division by upending Regency, 15-11, in a championship match of the 2011 SwimOutlet.com Junior Olympics in Orange County on Tuesday night. Stanford, coached by Brian Kreutzkamp from Sacred Heart Prep, finished 7-1 in the four-day event.

Stanford had dropped a 9-6 decision to Regency (primarily Mater Dei High) on Monday and the Orange County team was heavily favored once again. Stanford, with division MVP Colin Mulcahy tossing in key goals, overcame its host and won the Stanford Water Polo Club's first JO gold medal since the Red 16U squad took first in 2008. Not too surprisingly, a handful of this 2011 team played on the '08 squad, as well.

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Robert Dunlevie helped the Stanford Red 18U team win a gold medal in the National Junior Olympics. Photo by Keith Simon.

Philip Bamberg jumped into the pool with coach Brian Kreutzkamp after the Stanford Red 18U team captured the JO gold medal on Tuesday. Photo by Keith Simon.

Stanford's Colin Mulcahy (left) was named MVP of the 18U division after helping his team win the gold medal. Photo by Keith Simon.
 
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