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Men’s water polo goes undefeated, wins second-straight NCAA title

By Aubrey Yeo

December 6, 2015 8:58 pm

A USC men's water polo player uses a foam roller to warm up his back.

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Sophomore attacker Max Irving resurfaces for air as he swims alternating laps of breast stroke and freestyle during UCLA's warmup.

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USC prepared its caps for its players prior to the game's start.

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UCLA players take some shots at the cage during their warmup.

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Pac-12 water polo coach of the century, USC coach Jovan Vavic (right), watches his players warm up. Vavic has 13 national championships to his name.

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Joe Bruin flexes in front of the USC fans, much to their chagrin.

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The UCLA and USC players stood single file as they awaited the roster announcements.

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Vavic throws up the "Fight on" finger sign after USC takes the lead 1-0.

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Sophomore utility Alex Roelse found the back of the net about a minute and a half later.

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The UCLA fans cheered on after their team's equalizer put the Bruins level with the Trojans at one goal apiece.

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Senior defender Anthony Daboub made a quick turn before firing a shot that was blocked by USC goalie McQuin Baron.

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Irving tries to find an open angle as three USC defenders close in on him.

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With the shot clock winding down, junior attacker Ryder Roberts launched a shot from downtown that failed to convert.

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Vavic instructs his team during the third quarter with the score UCLA 7 USC 6.

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The officials share a laugh during the final break of the game.

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Senior utility Danny McClintick scored one goal in UCLA's 10-goal effort.

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Junior attacker Patrick Fellner celebrates after scoring a goal with one second remaining on the game clock, ending the game at 10-7 to UCLA.

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The UCLA men's water polo players celebrate in the pool after the final whistle.

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During the Bruins' celebration, Roelse flashes the number 30 with his hands, signifying the amount of games UCLA has gone undefeated.

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Roelse holds up a UCLA flag in the stands after the victory.

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Freshman attacker Spencer Farrar hugs a supporter on the pool deck.

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McClintick and UCLA women's soccer junior midfielder Annie Alvarado share an embrace after the win.

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The UCLA team huddles one last time before the championship ceremony.

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The UCLA men's water polo team is presented with UCLA's 113th national championship.

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The Bruins collectively hoist the trophy.

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Junior center Gordon Marshall takes a championship selfie with his teammates.

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This NCAA DI men's water polo championship is UCLA's 10th, catapulting them into tied-for-second-most with Stanford.

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UCLA water polo coach Adam Wright tells his team how proud he is as a coach as they finish up their season undefeated and as national champions.

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