Like so many other Division III student-athletes, Jordan Card has embraced every opportunity that has come along with her decision to attend Cal Lutheran from the classroom to the pool to the campus community and even beyond.
At the Samuelson Aquatics Center for a SCIAC showdown against Redlands, the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team dropped a devastating 13-12 sudden death overtime decision that spanned nearly twice as long as a regular game.
On the road, facing one of the top teams in the SCIAC today, Regals had some extra support as the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo kinder-buddies were in the stands to watch the team face Whittier. Although the battle in the pool ended with a 13-7 loss, the smiles and hugs shared after the game were aplenty.
Cal Lutheran is one of 450 Division III institutions around the country. During the week of April 6-12, all members will host Division III Week, aimed at celebrating what those schools have to offer student-athletes in the classroom, in the field of play and in the community during the 41st year of the NCAA.
After jumping out to a 7-0 lead and allowing just two goals to Caltech, the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team cruised by the Beavers, 16-2, on a gorgeous sunny Wednesday afternoon SCIAC contest during spring break.
Before the athletes and coaches at Cal Lutheran could prove their worth in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, the university needed an advocate to help build bridges in the transition.
Despite being more than half way through the season, today the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team opened SCIAC action against Chapman. Inside of the Samuelson Aquatics Center where the Regals earned a 13-11 double overtime win.