Media Guide Information

Step 1 - List athletes numerically in the format in the box (use online form below)
Step 2 - If you have more athletes than caps, list remainder as alternates
Step 3 - Varsity teams must provide class year and hometown
Step 4 - Please list email addresses for all team members (including head coach)
Step 4 - Submit a paragraph about your team for the upcoming season, listing returning top stars, stats, honors received, and any new recruits that will impact the teams success. Example: University of Maryland

Maryland comes into the season in a rebuilding mode. Last year the Terrapins finished with a No. 13 ranking and a Division Championship, but only three of Maryland\'s top twelve players from last year return. The greatest void occurs on offense, with the graduation of All-America selections Katie Vitali, Katie Polasek, and Christina McCall. To compensate, this year the team will rely heavily on senior Fernanda Alfinito, a returning starter who scored 20 goals last season and was one of the team\'s defensive leaders last year in steals and blocked shots. Maryland should be stable at the two-meter position with Katherine Kerr and returning starter Jaclyn Corr. However, their greatest strength is on the defensive end, where all-Conference goalie Jamie Mahkorn returns to frustrate shooters. Seniors Natalie Gordon and Katia Cervoni, juniors Alexis Bierman and Rebecca Harris, and sophomore Kate Garguerevich will all see substantial playing time this spring and will be counted on to keep Maryland competitive.
Information can also be submitted directly to
Collegiate Water Polo Association