No. 11 Men’s Water Polo Travels West For UC Davis Invite

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PRINCETON – The No. 11 Princeton Tigers head west to take part in the UC Davis Invitational this weekend (Sept. 17-18).
 
Saturday, Sept. 17
Princeton vs. No. 2 UCLA, 1:30 p.m., 10:30 a.m. PT – Watch | Live Stats
Princeton at No. 6 UC Davis, 9 p.m., 6 p.m. PT – Watch | Live Stats
 
Sunday, Sept. 18
Princeton vs. No. 12 UC Irvine 11 a.m., 8 a.m. PT – Watch | Live Stats
 
3: Princeton has made a habit of winning close games. Head coach Dustin Litvak‘s group have won three contests by two goals or less and another one by three tallies. The Tigers are currently on a six-game winning streak.
 
4: After this weekend, the Tigers will have faced four consecutive ranked opponents. Princeton rallied for a two-goal fourth-quarter comeback vs. No. 17 Fordham on Sunday. UCLA sits at No. 2, UC-Davis is No. 6 while UC Irvine is No. 11. The Tigers had 11 wins over ranked foes in 2021.
 
6: Roko Pozaric was named Northeast Water Polo Conference Player of the Week on Tuesday. It’s the sixth weekly honor of the sophomore’s career. Pozaric already has 91 career goals and leads the squad in goals, steals and sprint victories this season.
 
28: Keller Maloney leads the team in scoring with 14 goals and a team-high 14 helpers. He sits with 158 career goals which is eight all-time in program history while his 128 assists are fifth.
 
 

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