Mens Water Polo

Locals at, Various colleges

Date of competition: Sunday, October 14, 2018

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Sunday
Crimson Invitational
Sacred Heart Prep grad Michael Swart recorded a team-high three steals and added a key field block to help No. 14 Princeton (12-6) rally past No. 17 Bucknell, 12-11. He also won two sprints.
For Bucknell (16-3), Palo Alto grad Jared Stanley scored a goal and had an assist.
Bucknell came back to record a 13-6 victory over Brown as Stanley added a goal and assist.
Atherton resident Andrew Penner scored twice and Menlo grad James Thygesen also scored for the Bears.

MIT 15, at Johns Hopkins 12
Menlo School grad Miller Geschke scored to give MIT a two-goal advantage en route to 15-12 victory over Johns Hopkins. He also had a pair of assists. Former Menlo teammate Jayden Kunwar drew an exclusion on Geschke during the game. Kunwar drew two exclusions and recorded a pair of steals for John Hopkins. Sacred Heart Prep grad Finn Banks added a pair of goals and Menlo alum Spencer Witte made 12 saves for Johns Hopkins. Menlo product Andreas Katsis took three shots for the Blue Jays.

UC Santa Barbara 10, Pepperdine 6
Former Menlo School standout Tiago Bonchristiano recorded 10 saves to help the Gauchos finish fifth at the Stanford Invitational.

posted by Rick Eymer on Oct 14, 2018 at 4:40 pm

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