Ann Arbor, Michigan The seventh-ranked San Jose State Spartans women’s water polo team picked up wins over Colorado State and #18 Michigan to finish a perfect 4-0 during the two-day Michigan Kickoff Invitational.
After knocking off UCSD and Indiana on the first day of the weekend event, the Spartans opened Sunday with a 16-5 victory over
In the final match of the weekend
Adama recorded 10 saves on the day, but her biggest was stopping a 5-meter penalty shot early in the third-quarter.
“That was huge for us. Five-meter shots are tough, really tough. Often people miss them, but Kendra had a big stop when we needed it,” said head coach Lou Tully. “She played really well for us the entire weekend.”
With the scored tied at 8-8 and time running out, Vogt put the final ball into the net and
“Adrianna has a great shot and that was a big one, obviously,” added Tully. “There are times in the game when she tries to do too much, but she more than makes up for it with what she does well.”
Vogt and Juliet Moss paced the Spartan scoring efforts with two goals.
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SJSU Goals: Bridget McKee 4, Beth Harberts 3, Tanya Torres 2, Kathryn Hannum, Adrianna Vogt, Juliet Moss, Kelsi Okuda, Brianna Lindsey, Geraldine Hazlett, Natasha Iglesias.
CSU Goals: Annie Quinn 3, Shannon Kohl, Emily Chambers.
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SJSU Goals: Adrianna Vogt 2, Juliet Moss 2, Bridget McKee, Tanya Torres, Geraldine Hazlett, Brianna Lindsey, Beth Harberts.
U-M Goals: Alison Mantel 3, Julie Hyrne 2, Cara Reitz 2, Sharayah Hernandez.