Mens Water Polo

Locals at, Various colleges

Date of competition: Sunday, October 27, 2019

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Division III Eastern Championship
at Bridgeville, PA
Johns Hopkins 16, MIT 12
Menlo School alum Jayden Kunwar scored three times and made two steals and Sacred Heart Prep grad Finn Banks added two scores and a steal as the Blue Jays rallied to beat MIT for their 18th CWPA Division III title in the 29-year history of the event. Banks, who moved into seventh place on Johns Hopkins all-time points list with 325, was named the CWPA Division III Championship MVP and earned first team all-tournament honors. Kunwar was also named to the first team all-tournament. Both schools advance to the inaugural Division III National Championships in December. Former Menlo star Miller Geschke matched his career-high with six goals for the Engineers. Geschke, also a first team all-tournament pick, recorded 15 goals, five assists and 11 steals inthe tournament.

Julian Fraser Memorial Tournament
at San Jose
Bucknell 12, Fresno Pacific 7
Palo Alto grad Jared Stanley scored a goal and added an assist to help the Bison (15-6) beat Fresno Pacific. He scored twice in Bucknell's 7-6 loss against San Jose State.

at UC Santa Barbara 13, California 10 (OT)
Menlo School grad Sam Untrecht scored a goal and recorded an assist for the Golden Bears. His former Stanford Water Polo Foundation teammate Nathan Puentes scored six for the Gauchos.

posted by Rick on Oct 27, 2019 at 3:43 pm

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