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Gallery: Men’s water polo defeats USC, secures 114th national championship

By Amy Dixon

December 3, 2017 8:41 pm

The NCAA tournament was held at the Uytengsu Aquatics center at University of Southern California.

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Throughout the game, UCLA fans would sneak into the USC student section. They would be asked to leave soon after.

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The Bruins huddle up before the game starts, offering words of encouragement to each other.

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Senior utility Alex Roelse helps lead the Bruins by two points.

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Senior attacker Max Irving scores on USC. Irving had 1 goal in the game.

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The USC student section goes wild as USC scores a goal.

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This is senior utility Alex Roelse's last game as a Bruin.

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Students from UCLA came to cheer on the team, including other student athletes from multiple teams.

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USC bench watches the action in the pool as the Bruins score another goal with two seconds left in the game.

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Tradition calls for the entire team to jump into the pool at the end of the game. UCLA men's water polo coach Adam Wright immediately jumped into the pool when the Bruins secured the win.

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USC fans continue to hold up anti-UCLA signs as the Bruins celebrate.

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Freshman attacker Nicolas Saveljic and senior utility Alex Roelse celebrate the win.

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The entire team and staff lead an 8-clap in the pool.

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As the winners, the team receives the national champions shirts and hats.

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Waiting for the presentation of the awards, team members still embrace each other after the win.

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The players group together and yell in jubilation for the various media groups present.

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The team passes around the first place trophy after it is presented to the Bruins.

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Coach Adam Wright hoists the NCAA championship trophy in the air. This is his third title in the past four years.

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Amy Dixon | Daily Bruin senior staff
Dixon is the 2018-2019 Photo editor. She was previously a 2017-2018 assistant Photo editor.
Dixon is the 2018-2019 Photo editor. She was previously a 2017-2018 assistant Photo editor.
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