SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Santa Clara men's water polo opens the season at the three-day Princeton Invitational, which begins on Friday.
The Broncos, playing in the tournament for the fifth-straight season, face Johns Hopkins on Friday, George Washington and Fordham on Saturday, and Navy on Sunday.
Ryan Werner and Luca Pagano discuss this weekend's season-opening @Pwaterpolo Invitational. The team will play 4 games in three days.— Santa Clara Water Polo (@SCUPolo) September 13, 2019
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Carey was first on the team in both goals (53) and assists (42), and Hughes was second in both categories with 44 goals and 41 assists. Kirk ranked fifth on the team in scoring last yaer with 26 goals.
Tehaney took over for an injured Keaton Fox in net and started the final 17 games of 2018.
The Broncos warmed up for the regular season with three exhibition games at last Saturday's Pacific Invitational.
Ryan Werner, one of the team's senior captains, discussed preseason workouts and how they helped prep the team for the regular season, which kicks off Friday. #StampedeTogether pic.twitter.com/oTvOSREUS6— Santa Clara Water Polo (@SCUPolo) September 12, 2019
Seniors Luca Pagano and Ryan Werner discuss the acclimation of the freshmen class during the preseason:— Santa Clara Water Polo (@SCUPolo) September 13, 2019
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