#18 Water Polo Closes Out MAWPC Crossover With Two More Wins

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Morgantown, W. Va. – (October 9, 2022) – The 18th-ranked Fordham water polo team finished off a perfect weekend at the MAWPC Crossover event on Sunday, earning wins over Gannon and Mercyhurst.
 
The day began early for the Rams with a 9:00 AM start against Gannon, but that did not phase Fordham, pulling out an 18-9 win.
 
Leading 5-3 after the first quarter, Fordham put the pedal to the metal, netting nine second quarter markers to pull out to a 14-5 halftime lead and never looked back.
 
Five Rams netted hat tricks, led by Jacopo Parrella and George Papanikolaou, who each had three goals and four assists.  Nir Gross, Lucas Nieto Jasny, and Balazs Berenyi also netted hat tricks.  In net, Thomas Lercari totaled 13 saves over three quarters of action to go with two steals.
 
The final match of the weekend was a one-sided affair, as Fordham took down Mercyhurst, 23-2.
 
The Rams scored seven times in the first, six in the second, seven in the third, and three in the fourth to cruise to the win.
 
Parrella once again led the way with four goals and three steals, while Jagger McMannis also had four markers.  Gross, Christos Loupakis, Jasny, Nacho Ariste, and Mark Katsev each added a pair of goals.
 
Fordham will next be in action on Saturday, October 15th, as they host George Washington at 11:00 AM and Johns Hopkins at 5:00 PM.
 


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