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Men's Water Polo Moves To Corona Del Mar Thursday



Nov. 6, 2013

Long Beach, Calif. - Long Beach State will continue their final homestand as nomads, hosting UC San Diego Thursday evening at Corona Del Mar High School at 5 p.m. That is the first of three games scheduled for the 49ers this week.

The 49ers will start off the week with their final home non-conference game, taking on UC San Diego at Corona Del Mar, in what hopefully will be their last game outside of the Campus Pool. The 49ers beat the Tritons a year ago in San Diego 11-8, but this is the first meeting between the teams this season.

The Last Meeting
Long Beach State11
UC San Diego8
October 12, 2012
San Diego, Calif.
49ers held Tritons scoreless in the fourth for the win
No. 10 49ers held No. 11 UC San Diego scoreless in the fourth to beat the Tritons 11-8 at the Canyonview Pool in La Jolla, Calif. Friday night.

The Last Meeting
Long Beach State8
UCLA13
November 3, 2012
Los Angeles, Calif.
Early deficit too much as the seventh-ranked 49ers fall to No. 2 UCLA 13-8
The 49ers couldn't keep up with No. 2 UCLA as No. 7 LBSU fell to the Bruins 13-8 Saturday afternoon at the Spieker Aquatics Center. Milos Vrzic led LBSU with a three goals while Dan Matulis chipped in with two. 49ers return to action Sunday at noon against No. 7 Pacific at the Campus Pool.

The Last Meeting
Long Beach State13  
Stanford14SV
November 23, 2012
Los Angeles, Calif
Late heroics not enough as Long Beach State fell to Stanford 14-13 on a golden goal
The 49ers dropped a heart breaker 26 seconds into sudden-victory against No. 4 Stanford 14-13 Friday evening at the McDonald Swim Stadium. Zacchary Kappos led the 49ers with four goals including a game-tying goal with one second remaining in the second overtime. LBSU returns to action Friday, Nov. 24, at 10 a.m. at the McDonald Swim Stadium.

Long Beach State is led by sophomore Zacchary Kappos, who has 41 goals in 25 games, while Nolan McConnell, Carter Taylor, Devin Mefford, and Milos Vrzic have all scored over 30 goals this season. Defensively, the 49ers are led by Pavo Ljepopio, who has 202 saves this season while posting a 7.74 goals against average.

While the location of Long Beach State's final two games is still tentative, hope remains to return to the Campus Pool for the final two home games of the year, as the 49ers host UCLA at Noon on Saturday and Stanford at Noon on Sunday.

 

 

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