2015 Santa Clara Women's Water Polo News
August 29, 2014
Water Polo Hires Assistant Coach Claire Linney '09
Bronco head coach Keith Wilbur is pleased to announce he has hired an assistant water polo coach, Bronco alum Claire Linney ‘09 for the upcoming year.
August 15, 2014
ACWPC Names Eight Broncos to Academic Team
The Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) announced the 2014 Women’s All Academic Team earlier this week. Eight Broncos landed themselves on the ACWPC All Academic team, including seniors June Afshar, Ashley Letrich, Claire Eadington and Jenny Anderson, junior Ashliegh Bandimere, sophomores Erin Sheridan and Elle Surber and freshman Cathy Cantoni.
August 11, 2014
Eight Women's Water Polo Players Recognized by GCC for Academic Success
The Golden Coast Conference announced the 2014 GCC All-Academic Team on Friday. All told, 64 student-athletes have been selected GCC All-Academic from the seven league members. Eight Broncos were honored for their work in the classroom.
July 25, 2014
Women's Water Polo Fundraiser Set for Nov. 8th
The Santa Clara women's water polo team and the Women's Water Polo Endowment Committee are proud to announce the Third Annual SCU Women's Water Polo Fundraiser. Come mingle with the current team, fellow alumni, parents, and super fans of Bronco women's water polo as we rally behind the ladies and Coach Wilbur for their upcoming season!
June 19, 2014
Women's Water Polo Captain Kaitlin Murphy Named Third-Team All-American
Bronco senior caption Kaitlin Murphy, who led the team in earned ejections and was second in goals, has been named Third Team All-American by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches.
May 16, 2014
Six Santa Clara Teams Recipients of NCAA Public Recognition Awards For Academic Achievement
Continuing its hard work in the classroom, Santa Clara's men’s outdoor track, women’s golf, women’s rowing, women’s tennis, women’s outdoor track, and women’s water polo teams were all recognized by the NCAA as recipients of the organization's Public Recognition Awards for academic achievement. The NCAA released the APR recognition by highlighting teams that demonstrated a commitment to academic progress and retention of student-athletes by achieving the top APR scores within their respective sports. Specifically, these six teams posted multi-year APRs in the top 10 percent of all squads in each sport. Also, men’s basketball recorded the highest four-year average APR for the West Coast Conference.