Emma Leto had six goals, 3 assists, 2 steals, Madison Martinez had four goals, two assists, five Steals, and 1 block, Giulia Badoco had two goals 3 assist and four steals, Mia Leto had one goal, one assist, and one steal, and making her debut in the goal Karina Umana had six saves.
Boys: South Broward 19, Pines Charter 5. Jones Runs Wild With 10
Cody Jones had 10 goals, five assists, and four steals, Tyler Lopez had two goals, one assist, and five steals, Andrew Lopez had one goal one assist and four steals, and in the goal for the first time Bennett Galvan had five blocks and two assists.
Philippe Marcoux has committed to swim for Yale University. Ft. Lauderdale High's Marcoux began swimming when he was seven in Hawaii. He currently swims for Swim Fort Lauderdale.
“I am extremely happy to announce my official commitment to Yale University. Yale represents the epitome of the perfect balance between a great college education and swim program and I couldn’t be happier with my decision. Really looking forward to spending the next four years as a bulldog!”
1 lb medium shrimp, peeled and deveined 1 tablespoon pure olive oil 2 tablespoons garlic, finely chopped… 1 1/2 cups white wine, I use chardonnay 1/2 fresh lemon, Juice only 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning 1/2 cup softened butter 1 tablespoon parsley 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 Heat cast iron skillet and add olive oil. 2 Add shrimp and cook until tender and no longer translucent, reduce heat. Remove Shrimp and set aside. 3 Add garlic and cook 2-3 minutes. Do not allow garlic to brown – it will make it bitter. 4 Add white wine, and lemon juice. 5 Cook until wine is reduced by half. After it is reduced, add Italian seasoning. 6 Reduce heat to low, and add butter. If pan is too hot, the butter will separate. 7 Add shrimp back into sauce, add parsley, and season to taste with salt and pepper. 8 Sprinkle with grated Parmesan Cheese
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- The Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) announced the selection of the organization's 2016 Men's Division I All-America Team.
Comprised of 47 student-athletes, the team features players from 18 institutions as the the University of Southern California (seven), the University of California-Los Angeles (seven), University of California (six), University of the Pacific (four), Pepperdine University (three), Princeton University (three), Brown University (two), George Washington University (two), Harvard University (two), Stanford University (two), the University of California-Santa Barbara (two), Bucknell University (one), Iona College (one), Long Beach State University (one), Loyola Marymount University (one), Santa Clara University (one), the University of California-Davis (one) and the University of California-Irvine (one) each garnered a minimum of one athlete on either the First, Second, Third or Honorable Mention Division I All-America lists.
Headlining UCLA's list of seven All-Americans was senior attackerRyder Roberts, the lone Bruin on the first team. He was second on the team in scoring (35 goals) and led the Bruins in steals (38), field blocks (15) and was third in assists with 29.
Senior attackerPatrick Fellner was the Bruins' only member on the second team. Fellner led UCLA in scoring (39 goals) and also contributed 20 steals and 19 assists and led the Bruins in sprints won with 17.
Senior goalkeeperGarrett Dannerand senior centerGordon Marshallwere both listed on the third team. Danner completed his UCLA career atop the leaders in saves (932) and set the all-time single-season record with 278 in 2015. Marshall was injured for most of the season, playing in only 14 games. He scored just six goals but drew 37 exclusions for third place on the team in limited action.
Senior defenderChancellor Ramirez, junior utilityAlex Roelseand junior attackerMax Irving each were named honorable mention All-Americans to bring the Bruins' total to seven All-American selections this season. For Ramirez, it was his third-straight honorable mention honor while it was the second for Roelse. Ramirez scored a career-high 23 goals in 2016 and also added 12 assists and 10 steals. Roelse, fresh off an Olympic appearance, scored a career-best 29 goals this season and also added 18 assists and 12 steals. Irving was third on the squad in scoring with 30 goals and led the Bruins in assists (37) and was second in field blocks (12) and third in steals (25). He also tied with Fellner for the team lead in sprints won with 17.
The mission of the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) is to promote the development and advancement of collegiate water polo. This shall be accomplished by providing its membership with professional education, services, training and a united voice.
Since 2005, it has been the goal of the ACWPC to bring a unified voice, abundant resources and recognition to collegiate programs across the USA. It is our hope that the ACWPC grows to include all collegiate coaches in all levels, serving to unite the collegiate water polo world to further protect and advance the sport at a time when budget cuts and sport elimination is commonplace. Join us and help us to build solid water polo programs that help to represent the institutions, the sport and the country on a level few sports have been able to accomplish. The overall academic and athletic abilities of our student-athletes is among the best in the nation, we hope to help all collegiate water polo coaches to continue this trend by offering solid educational programs, coaching insights and strategy, and networking opportunities that will foster long-term relationships.
BRIDGEPORT, Pa. --To provide a service to fans/administrators/coaches/athletes, the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) is posting an overview of the new-look National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Women's Water Polo Championship slated for Saturday-Sunday, May 6-14, at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Note: Information is accurate as of Wednesday, February 1. The NCAA has the right to change any/all information dependent upon the decisions of the championship and sport committees.
The Championship Field:
The 2017 National Collegiate Women’s Water Polo Championship will be an eight-team, single-elimination tournament. Automatic qualifiers will be awarded to seven conferences (Big West Conference, Collegiate Water Polo Association, Golden Coast Conference, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Western Water Polo Association)and three teams will be selected at large without geographical restrictions. Teams shall be selected by the Women’s Water Polo Committee on May 1. The teams selected to participate will be posted online at NCAA.com.
The top six teams will qualify directly to the championship; the remaining four teams will compete for the last two championship berths via two play-in games on either Saturday, May 6, or Sunday, May 9, with the winners earning the remaining berths in the eight-team championship bracket. The play-in matchups will be determined by the NCAA Women’s Water Polo Committee during the selection process.
The following parameters will be applied for the play-in games:
Based on rankings, geographic proximity and missed class time, the committee will determine the pairings of the teams that will participate in the play-in games, and which teams will serve as the hosts.
The play-in games may be contested Saturday, May 6, or Tuesday, May. 9. The location(s) will be determined by the committee.
Officials for the play-in games will be recommended by the national coordinator of officials and approved by the Women’s Water Polo Committee. Teams will be notified of the game officials by 8 p.m. Eastern time the day before competition.
Schedule of Events:
Saturday, May 6 or Tuesday, May 9 - Play-in games (may be played Tuesday, May 9, at the championship site or a site determined by the NCAA).
Friday, May 12 - Day 1 of NCAA Championship (Games at Noon, 1:45, 3:30 & 5:15 p.m. local time)
Saturday, May 13 - Day 2 of NCAA Championship (Semifinals at 3:00 & 5:00 p.m. local time)
Sunday, May 14 - NCAA Championship Game (3:00 p.m. local time)
So What is New?
The NCAA is no longer playing out the championship fields (i.e. - Third Place, Fifth Place, Seventh Place) as a loss means a team is done at the championship. Similar to the men's championship this Fall, a squad that loses in the Semifinals ties for Third Place in the NCAA standings, but teams that lose on the first day of competition at the championship and the fallen from the play-in games officially finish tied for Fifth Place.
The tournament will follow FHSAA rules. Please remind parents, players, and coaches to be positive and not talk or harass referees. Will will have a great crew working the event including several FINA officials. Please show them the respect they deserve. Humberto Navarro will serve as the head official, so please approach him at the appropriate time if you have any rule or procedure questions or concerns.
Kurt Predmore will be serving as the Tournament Director. If he is not available please direct all questions to Sid Cassidy who is the Aquatic Director at Saint Andrew’s School. He and Kurt will be on deck at all times..
Each team will get 1 full timeout and 1 partial. All game will be played to a conclusion. If tied at the end of regulation there will be a 3 minute “Golden Goal” overtime.
In case of a tie for bracketing place we will go to a goal differential tie breaker. Then a goals against.
There will be multiple vendors set up at the pool selling apparel, and a Jolyn Trunk show so please remind your players to bring cash for these items.
Hospitality and Concessions and Entrance Fee:
Hospitality will be available to coaches and referees only in the visiting team locker room accessible through the boys and girls locker rooms on Friday and then in the school infirmary on Saturday
We will award a Boys and Girls Champion and medals(15) to the players
Please have your teams ready to play at the start of the game.
Warm up space will be limited in west end of the pool.
Parking will be also be very limited, Make sure you adhere to the gate security instructions upon entering the campus
If you could help monitor your athletes on the pool deck and make sure they take care of the locker rooms and clean up the bench area after each game.
Please advise your parents that there will be $6 per day admission charge for the tournament or a $10 weekend pass.
School will be in session on friday we ask that you keep your athletes on the pool deck and DO NOT ALLOW THEM TO WANDER ABOUT CAMPUS.
Already 14 boys/girls teams from all around Florida going to participate, we will be looking for local businesses that wish to sponsor the tournament soon. Stay tuned!#SupraStrong❤💙💛🎗#RIPSupraMan— atYMCA Aquatic Center.