Last week a number of Cal Lutheran administrators attended the 2015 NCAA Convention in Washington D.C. where legislation was a key topic of conversation, not only for Division I programs, but at the D-III level as well.
Year in and year out the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team plays one of the toughest schedules of any sport on campus, facing numerous Division I, II, III and NAIA opponents throughout the spring. This year will be no different as head coach Craig Rond announced his schedule this week.
Everyone played Bingo as a kid; now, the Cal Lutheran student body has the opportunity to play it again with sporting events! CLU athletics, marketing and student life have teamed up to create Purple Pit Bingo complete with prizes at the end of the semester.
The final award of the 2013-14 academic year was announced this week by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC). The Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team finished eighth in the country academically, across all divisions, while 10 individual Regals were honored with All-Academic accolades in 2014.
Matching the performances that Jordan Card and Adrienne Ingalla produced a year ago for the Cal Lutheran women’s water polo squad, the junior pair was again selected to the ACWPC Division III Second and Honorable Mention Team All-America, respectively, in 2014.
Much praise is focused on athletic success during the day-to-day operations of Cal Lutheran athletics, but on Saturday, May 10, 160 student-athletes were recognized, honored and inducted into the CLU Scholar Athlete Society at the 11th annual induction ceremony in the Gilbert Arena.
The Cal Lutheran women’s water polo team finished its 2014 conference campaign today falling 13-9 to Occidental on the final day of the SCIAC Championships hosted by Whittier to finish fifth in the overall standings.
In a rematch of the regular season finale between the Cal Lutheran and La Verne water polo teams, the result was the same though the venue was different. On day two of the SCIAC Championships hosted by Whittier at the Lillian Slade Aquatics Center, CLU earned a 12-9 victory.
The hopes of earning the second SCIAC title in Cal Lutheran women’s water polo history came to an abrupt halt on Friday night as the Regals were upset 11-10 by Redlands during the opening round of the SCIAC Championships hosted by Whittier.