California Lutheran University has entered into an agreement with the Los Angeles Rams to allow the team to base its training operations on the university’s Thousand Oaks campus for at least two years.
The final weekend of Spring Break for the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo got underway with a SCIAC game against La Verne at the Samuelson Aquatics Center where the Regals were unable to stop the Leopards in a 14-9 loss beneath gorgeous blue skies.
After a successful preseason schedule, the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team dove in for its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) opener today on the road. Unfortunately, the Regals were on the short end of a tough 10-9 game, falling to Chapman.
Gina Merry didn't have a countdown chart on her wall. The Cal Lutheran senior goalkeeper didn't even know she was close to reaching a milestone. It wasn't until CLU women's water polo coach Craig Rond called Merry to the front of the room that she realized what she had accomplished, becoming the program's all-time saves leader for women's water polo.
On a busy Tuesday at Cal Lutheran, the women’s water polo team hosted both Division I Bucknell (Pa.) and Division III Macalester (Minn.) at the Samuelson Aquatics Center, dropping the first, 10-4, before rounding out non-conference play in 2016 with a decisive 11-1 win.
On Friday and Saturday the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team played four games at the 16-team Claremont Convergence Tournament at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer. CLU went 3-1 with wins over conference foe Chapman, Division II Concordia and Division I St. Francis.
A day later than anticipated, the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team returned to the Samuelson Aquatics Center following a six-game weekend to host St. Francis (N.Y.), defeating the visiting Division I Terriers 8-6.
The third and final day of the Ninth Annual Cal Lutheran Invitational at the Samuelson Aquatics Center saw two tough games for the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team as the Regals went 2-4 on the weekend with a pair of wins over Division I and II programs on Friday afternoon, though fatigue and shooting woes set in later in the weekend.
On the second day of the Second Annual Tina Finali Invitational, the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team dropped a pair against Division I Cal State Bakersfield, 9-5, and Division II opponent Fresno Pacific, 11-6, at Samuelson Aquatics Center on Saturday afternoon.