Mens Water Polo

Stanford 16-U Red 2, Santa Barbara 1

Date of competition: Tuesday, July 29, 2008

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The Stanford Red Under-16 boys' water polo team captured the Platinum Flight championship of the National Junior Olympics with a 2-1 triumph over the Santa Barbara Water Polo Club on Tuesday at the Woollett Aquatic Center in Irvine. Goalie Ben Dearborn of Palo Alto, a student at Sacred Heart Prep, was named the Most Valuable Player in the 16-Under tournament.

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Connor Still (right) of the Stanford 16-under Red team played solid 2-meter defense during a 9-1 championship finish at the National Junior Olympics that concluded Tuesday in Irvine. Photo by Keith Simon.

Peter Simon of the Stanford 16-under Red team contributed plenty of assists and goals for his team, which captured the program's first National Junior Olympics title since 1993. Photo by Keith Simon.

Philip Bamberg of the Stanford 16-under Red team helped his squad go 9-1 and capture its division title at the National Junior Olympics in Orange County. Photo by David Amm.
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