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Water Polo News

The College of San Mateo women’s water polo team took third place in the Coast Conference South Division finals, topping Laney College 14-9 in the third-place game last Friday.

With the California Community College women’s water polo Northern California Regionals on the horizon next weekend, the Lady Bulldogs are hoping the Cinderella finish to their regular season carries them through to the Nor Cal pool.

CSM Water Polo wins 2 in a row at the West Valley Tournament, Cross Country improves on last years performances, and CSM Football places No.2.

College of San Mateo’s women’s water polo squad was dealt a 16-6 loss to San Joaquin Delta in Wednesday’s season opener. Host CSM was overmatched from the get-go, as Delta opened with eight consecutive goals before the Bulldogs finally got on the board midway through the second period.

Saturday, CSM will travel to City College of San Francisco for a 1 p.m. kickoff with the National Bay 6 Conference title on the line

After drubbing De Anza College at home Wednesday afternoon 19-2, CSM gets its shot in the semifinals Friday at West Valley College in Saratoga.

“It will take time, but this loss gives awareness, team awareness, and the goal must be to improve as a unit,” CSM coach Randy Wright.

After a sour time in the pool and a 1-4 record the week before, CSM bounced back nicely in taking two matches during the Bulldog hosted mini-tournament.

Twenty-seven times the CSM superstar has jumped into the pool for the Bulldog women’s water polo team this season. And 27 times, the opposition has been left wondering the same thing: How does one fit so much electrifying talent into such a small frame?

For the College of San Mateo women’s water polo team, the time has come to take care of business. And with three league games remaining on the regular season schedule the Bulldogs find themselves in a position of control — and that’s a great place to be.