HIGHLIGHTS: UCLA Repeats as NCAA Men's Water Polo Champs

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The tally is now 113 NCAA championships for UCLA athletics thanks to the men’s water polo team, which defeated USC on Sunday for its second title in a row. The Bruins ended the season undefeated with 30 wins and haven’t lost a match since 2014.

No shortage of post-game coverage, both the written word and lots of visuals. Plus, a full-game replay and highlights from the NCAA. Rehash the entire exciting day.

UCLA wins the 2015 Men’s Water Polo Championship

2015 Championship Full Replay: UCLA vs. Southern California


UCLA Men’s Water Polo Wins No. 113 – Ucla – Scout
Dec. 7 — UCLA won its record 113th national championship yesterday with a win over USC in men’s water polo…

UCLA men’s water polo clinches NCAA title, caps undefeated run
They splashed into the water in waves, players and coaches alike. In front of fans, friends and family. In front of a group of alumni that stretched back 40 years.The UCLA men’s water polo team celebrated on Sunday night what may have be

Men’s water polo caps perfect season with NCAA championship | Daily Bruin
Sunday night was the culmination of a year-long quest for the men’s water polo team, one that seemed destined to end in a national championship. With their 10-7 win over the USC Trojans in the NCAA Tournament final, the Bruins cemented a long-lasting legacy by hoisting the national championship trophy for the second straight year and sealing the eighth undefeated season in the history of NCAA men’s water polo.

A look back at UCLA’s storied history of perfection | Daily Bruin
It’s important to distinguish two important adjectives that have often been attached to the 2015 UCLA men’s water polo team before we can truly appreciate its dazzling 30-0 record. Undefeated versus perfect.

UCLA men’s water polo wins second straight NCAA championship- UCLA Blog: Orange County Register
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USC Falls To UCLA In NCAA Title Match – University of Southern California Official Athletic Site
The USC men’s water polo team got passed up by the top-seeded host UCLA in the Trojans’ 11th straight trip to the NCAA title match. The Trojans took an early lead but the Bruins battled back to take relative control, turning a two-goal USC advantage into a 5-3 UCLA lead by halftime.

NCAA Men’s Water Polo Championship: UCLA wins second straight national title | Pac-12
The Crosstown Showdown was played in the pool Sunday night, as top-ranked UCLA and USC duked it out for NCAA Men’s Water Polo title. It was a toss-up match until the bitter end, but the Bruins pulled away with a 10-7 win over the Trojans to keep the title in Westwood.

Bears Claim Third At NCAA Championships – California Golden Bears – University of California Official Athletic Site
Cal Beats UCSD To Finish Season With 24 Wins

Men’s water polo sinks USC for UCLA’s 113th national title | Daily Bruin
At 6:12 p.m., Dirks Pool was as still as glass and Spieker Aquatics Center appeared as it normally does before a rivalry showdown.

UC San Diego men’s water polo: Nick Alexander keeps on progressing | NCAA.com
UC San Diego’s Nick Alexander is progressing in and out of the pool.

Tritons Conclude 2015 Campaign With Fourth-Place Finish at NCAA Championship – UCSDTritons.com—Official Web Site of UC San Diego Athletics
The 10th-ranked and fifth-seeded UC San Diego men’s water polo team concluded the 2015 campaign with a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championship. The Tritons fell to No. 2 Cal 20-9 in the third-place game Sunday at UCLA’s Spieker Aquatics Center. UCSD came into the season picked to finish third in the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) and was the lower seed in the NCAA Championship play-in game.

Cal men third in NCAA water polo – San Jose Mercury News
Colin Mulcahy, Johnny Hooper and Odysseas Masmanidis each scored four goals as Cal drubbed UC San Diego 20-9 in the third-place match of the NCAA men’s water polo championships Sunday in Los Angeles.