Friday, February 23




Sisters Sarah and Priscilla Orozco, members of the women's water polo team, played water polo together while growing up in Commerce. Sarah, a sophomore center, and Priscilla, a junior attacker, are starters for the defending NCAA champions.

Linked in kin, bound for greatness

Gabriel Martinez knew he had seen some quality talent in Patricia and Salvador Orozco's young daughters well before they had even touched a water polo ball. Read more...

Photo: Sisters Sarah and Priscilla Orozco, members of the women's water polo team, played water polo together while growing up in Commerce. Sarah, a sophomore center, and Priscilla, a junior attacker, are starters for the defending NCAA champions.

Sisters Sarah and Priscilla Orozco, members of the women's water polo team, played water polo together while growing up in Commerce. Sarah, a sophomore center, and Priscilla, a junior attacker, are starters for the defending NCAA champions.


Despite the departures of coach Adam Krikorian and four seniors, the UCLA women's water polo team will look to win a sixth straight national championship.

Women’s water polo must rely on youth in quest to rebuild program’s strength

After winning an unprecedented five consecutive national championships and establishing their very own collegiate dynasty, the UCLA women's water polo team suddenly finds itself in unfamiliar territory. Not only are they starting their first season without former coach Adam Krikorian, but they are also without a single senior on the team. Read more...

Photo: Despite the departures of coach Adam Krikorian and four seniors, the UCLA women's water polo team will look to win a sixth straight national championship.

Despite the departures of coach Adam Krikorian and four seniors, the UCLA women's water polo team will look to win a sixth straight national championship.



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