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Latest Water Polo Items
Arena has signed on as the new sponsor of FINA, the world governing body for swimming, diving and water polo.
The United States won its first gold medal in women's water polo, getting five goals from Maggie Steffens and a sterling performance from goalkeeper Betsey Armstrong en route to an 8-5 win over Spain on Thursday.
With or without gold, Misty May-Treanor plans to walk away from beach volleyball for good after the Olympics. A third straight championship would make the farewell perfect.
When the game got tight, the experienced U.S. men's water polo team didn't.
The best way to understand team handball is to take a bus to the outskirts of Copenhagen. Follow the group of tall blonds in blue jerseys to the modest arena across the street. Smell the sausage. Drink the Carlsberg. Soak it all in.
Maryland finalized the cuts of seven varsity sports, though the men's outdoor track team received at least a temporary reprieve thanks to its fundraising efforts.
Wow, it must be fabulous being Joao Havelange.
University of Maryland President Wallace D. Loh accepted the recommendations of an athletic commission to cut eight of the school's 27 sports, but also offered a lifeline by granting the affected programs the opportunity to raise eight years of total costs by June 30 to save themselves.
While the University of Maryland mulls cutting eight sports, the men's basketball team is hooping it up in Puerto Rico at a tip-off tournament. Is there something wrong with this picture?