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2022 Princeton University Men’s Water Polo Schedule

PRINCETON, N.J. — The defending Northeast Water Polo Conference (NWPC) Champion Princeton University Tigers announced the program’s 2022 schedule.

“Coming off a successful 2021 season, we could not be more excited to compete again this fall as we continue to challenge ourselves to bring the program to new heights,” said head coach Dustin Litvak. “Our staff, incoming guys and returners are all working hard this summer to put us in the best possible position this fall to represent the University and our alums with pride.”

Princeton starts the 2022 campaign at the United States Naval Academy’s Navy Invitational (September 3-4) highlighted by a contest against defending national champion the University of California. The Tigers host the Princeton Invitational the following week (September 9-11) where they play five contests. The next weekend features the University of California-Davis Invitational in Davis, Calif. (September 17-18) with battles versus the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA), the University of California-Irvine and the host Aggies on tap.

Conference action starts in October with home games against the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Brown University and Harvard University (October 1-2). The Tigers head to New York for contests at Iona College and St. Francis College Brooklyn (October 8) before heading back to Cali for games against the University of California-Santa Barbara (October 16), Pepperdine University (October 18) and Loyola Marymount University (October 20) prior to competing in the  Santa Clara University Invitational (October 21-23).

The Tigers welcome St. Francis Brooklyn and Iona to DeNunzio Pool (October 29) before ending the regular season at Brown, Harvard and MIT (November 5-6).

The NWPC Tournament will be held on November 18-20 at Brown due to Harvard hosting the Harvard-Yale football game.

The conference champion earns an automatic berth to the 2022 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s Water Polo Championship slated to be hosted by California.

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