Mens Water Polo

Locals at , various colleges

Date of competition: Saturday, September 7, 2019

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Locals at various colleges
Saturday
UC San Diego 12, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 2
Sacred Heart Prep grads Eric Warmoth, Kyle Ballack and CJ Box combibne for nine shots for the Stags. M-A grad Noah Smith records seven saves . . . For UC San Diego, SHP alum Alexander Nemeth records a pair of saves playing one quarter. Gunn grad Calder Hilde-Jones scores a goal and has two steals.

Bucknell 30, M.I.T. 18
Palo Alto alum Jared Stanley scores four goals for Bucknell. Menlo School alum Miller Geschke scores seven goals for MIT.

Pepperdine 12, Pomona-Pitzer 7
Sacred Heart Prep grad J.C. Marco recorded two saves for Pepperdine. Gunn grad Jack Mallery scored a goal for the Sagehens.

M.I.T. 18, Wagner 11
Menlo School grad Miller Geschke scored six goals and recorded four assists for M.I.T.

Bucknell 20, Cal Baptist 19
Palo Alto grad Jared Stanley scored three goals for the Bison.

Brown 13, Wagner 10
Menlo grad James Thygesen scores three goals, one in overtime, for the Brown Bears.

Brown 18, McKendree 16
Menlo alum Niko Bhatia scores three goals and James Thygesen adds two for Brown.

Brown 14, Cal Lutheran
Thygesen scores four goals.

Brown 10, Connecticut College 5
Atherton resident Andrew Penner scores for Brown.

Johns Hopkins 15, Austin College 10
Menlo grad Jayden Kunwar scores seven goals and Sacred Heart Prep alum Finn Banks adds three for Johns Hopkins.

posted by Rick on Sep 7, 2019 at 8:25 pm

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