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VC water polo teams host, compete for WSC titles

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What figures to be a very competitive weekend begins at 9 a.m. this morning when the Western State Conference water polo championships opens at City of Ventura aquatics center.

"It's a pretty level playing field," said Ventura men's coach Mark Schmidt.

"It's going to come down to a couple goals here and there," Ventura women's coach Larry Baratte said. "It's going to be competitive and that's the way it should be."

After unbeaten WSC campaigns, the Los Angeles Valley men (12-9) and Los Angeles Pierce women (10-4) are the top seeds

The Ventura College men (15-8) are the No. 3 seed and faces No. 2 Cuesta (24-10) in the 12:45 p.m. semifinal.

"It's a little bit unusual to play them in the first round," Schmidt said. "I don't know if I've done that in a long time. But we typically know we have to play Valley and Cuesta, if we want to win a championship."

The Ventura men have won 11 of 12 matches since Oct. 10, the only loss coming 10-9 to Valley on Oct. 17.

"We're confident," Schmidt said. "We've been playing well. This is how you want to be playing going into the tournament... We feel like we have a chance."

The four-time defending champion Ventura College women (13-9) are the No. 2 seed and hosts either No. 3 Los Angeles Valley (17-8) or No. 6 Santa Monica (8-16) in the 3:15 p.m. semifinal.

"We're healthy, so I think we're ready to go," Baratte said. "We've had the bug bites, concussions and illnesses... We've had our share of distractions."

But the Pirates, who have enjoyed excellent seasons from sophomores like Olivia Barry and Emily Pinsky, have experience winning a title from the No. 2 seed. They achieved the feat a year ago.

"It's about them," Baratte said, "winning it for themselves and winning it for each other."

The championship matches will be held at Rio Mesa High Saturday at 1 p.m. and 2:45 p.m.

Giles takes pause from pool

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Mary Giles didn't want to let her team go.

But last month's heat wave, which saw temperatures rise to 105 degrees on the pool deck, made maternity leave a necessity.

"It was a little too exhausting," said the Ventura College women's water polo coach, who is nearly nine months pregnant with her second child.

Already 7 1/2 pounds, Makayla Giles is due to arrive next week.

Ventura College swimming coach Larry Baratte, who previously coached water polo at VC from 1988-99, has taken over Giles' whistle.

"He's got a great group of girls," Giles said. "And how nice is it to have a Hall of Fame coach available to take over?"

Considering the Pirates are the unprecedented four-time defending Western State Conference champions, Baratte's pinch-coaching role comes with some pressure.

"I don't worry that much about those types of things," Baratte said. "We'll be fine... Mary had a good foundation."

The sophomore quartet of Jenna Cutino, Anais Geysmonion, Emily Pinsky and Olivia Barry, plus freshmen like Ashley Runyon and Jerilyn Hollis and ahead of goalie Kayla Haas have the Pirates (10-5, 2-0) atop the WSC standings.

"They're all very complementary of each other," Baratte said. "They're really the foundation of the team, Emily is very solid and reliable... Anais is a good shot, Jenna really has been an outstanding defensive player for us. Olivia has always been unsung. She's our best conditioned swimmer and has to take the other teams' fastest swimmer or most talented athlete.

"All four of those girls have specific roles to fill."

Giles handed over a three-game winning streak on Sept. 24, which Baratte extended to seven games before VC, without Geysmonion, dropped a pair of games to finish third in its tournament Sunday.

Pinsky had three goals, Barry had five steals and Haas made nine saves in 10-9 loss to Chaffey. Barry leads the WSC in assists with 26.

"It's a nice group to work with," Baratte said. "We're learning. We're trying to get better every day. I think we'll put ourselves in a good position... We'll see what happens."

Giles, who is married to Thousand Oaks boys' water polo coach Mike Giles, attended the VC tournament and has already circled Nov. 2-3 on her calendar.

That's the weekend when Ventura hosts the WSC Championships.

"It's already scheduled," Giles said.

Cutino honored

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The Ventura College women's water polo team opened its season by going 3-1 at the Saddleback tournament over the weekend.

Jenna Cutino, a returning All-American selection, opened her sophomore season by scoring 16 goals in the four matches.

The Agoura High product was honored as Ventura College's Student-Athlete of the Week.

Ebberson, Giles top All-WSC women's water polo honors

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Ventura College sophomore Samantha Ebberson and Ventura College coach Mary Giles
earned the top honors when the All-WSC North women's water polo team was announced earlier this month.

Ebberson, a 5-foot-8 sophomore driver from Pacifica High, was voted co-Player of the
Year for the second straight season after piling up 37 goals, 19 assists and 47 steals.
Giles, who guided the Pirates to their unprecedented fourth straight WSC title, was named WSC Coach of the Year for the fourth straight season and sixth overall since 2001.

The All-WSC first team also included freshman Olivia Barry, who had a team-high 65 steals and 18 field blocks; freshman Jenna Cutino, who had a team-high 36 assists, freshman Anais Geysmonion, who had a team-high 67 goals; freshman Susan Galbawy and sophomore goalie Andrea Mallul, who made 259 saves

The second team included Ventura sophomore Vanessa Magallanes, sophomore Raylene Morales and freshman Emily Pinsky.

Ventura freshman Jessica Ball and sophomore Jenny Paulsen were among the honorable mention.

VC water polo teams earn postseason berths

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The Ventura College water polo teams were both seeded in the Southern California championships Sunday. Both will open the tournament in Thursday's quarterfinals at Riverside College.

The Ventura women (17-10), which won their fourth straight Western State Conference title Saturday, were seeded in No. 9 and will face No. 8 Cypress (14-11).

The Pirates dropped a tight 9-8 loss at Cypress on the opening day of the season, Aug. 27.

The Ventura men (13-13), which finished third in the WSC, earned the No. 10 and final seed and will take on No. 7 Cerritos (19-13).

Cypress, the South Coast Conference runner-up, is coached by former VC and Ventura High coach Joe Abing. Ventura and Cerritos have split eight meetings in Abing's six years with the Falcons.

"We're definitely the underdogs, but that should be fun," said Ventura coach Mark Schmidt.

VC searches for edge to maintain WSC reign

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It started the streak as a No. 2 seed. Now the Ventura College women's water polo team will work this weekend to ensure it doesn't end from the same No. 2 position.

The first women's water polo program to win three straight Western State Conference titles hopes to prolong that run at this weekend's WSC Championships at Citrus College.

The Pirates (15-10), who feature sophomores Samantha Ebberson, Raylene Morales, Jenny Paulsen, as well as freshman Anais Geysmonion, will head to Glendora with confidence, despite seeing its 19-game WSC winning streak snapped last week by Cuesta, 5-4.

"The girls look good," said Ventura coach Mary Giles. "Everyone knows their roles. We're going to be hard to beat, if we play like we've practiced."

Ventura will face No. 3-seed Los Angeles Valley (12-8) in the semifinals Friday at 12:30 p.m. It defeated the Monarchs, 11-4, on the road last month.

The Pirates responded to the loss to Cuesta by beating Pasadena and Citrus over the weekend in a tournament by a combined margin of 31-13.

"That was good," said Giles. "I think we needed it."

Searching for a winning edge in their potential title showdown with Cuesta Saturday, the Pirates opened practice Wednesday with a visualization exercise with a sports psychologist.

WSC standings

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Community College
Western State Conference

Men's soccer
WSC Conf Ovr
School W-L-T W-L-T GF GA Pts
Oxnard 5-0-1 8-1-3 31 16 16
Santa Barbara 5-1-0 8-1-3 27 11 15
Hancock 3-2-1 6-6-1 30 29 10
Canyons 3-2-1 5-2-5 21 13 10
L.A. Mission 1-3-2 4-6-3 20 22 5
Citrus 1-4-1 3-7-3 20 26 4
Glendale 1-4-1 2-9-2 16 40 4
Moorpark 1-4-1 2-9-1 10-34 4

Women's soccer
WSC North Ovr
School W-L-T W-L-T GF GA Pts
Ventura 5-0-0 10-2-0 48 13 15
Santa Barbara 4-1 9-2-0 35 8 12
Hancock 3-2-0 6-5-1 13 23 3
Oxnard 2-2-1 4-5-4 20 18 7
Moorpark 2-3-1 3-5-5 10 16 1
Cuesta 1-4-0 5-7-1 4 34 0
West L.A. 0-5-0 0-12-0 0 37 0

Women's volleyball
WSC North Ovr
School W-L GF GA W-L
Moorpark 4-0 12 0 12-3
Santa Barbara 4-0 12 1 7-8
Cuesta 2-1 7 4 6-5
L.A. Mission 1-2 3 7 3-6
Ventura 1-3 4 10 1-14
Hancock 0-3 2 9 2-12
Oxnard 0-3 0 9 1-7

Men's water polo
WSC Conf Ovr
School W-L-T W-L-T GF GA Pts
Cuesta 2-0-0 15-8-0 276 203 6
L.A. Valley 2-1-0 12-6-0 232 158 6
Ventura 2-1-0 10-8-0 203 221 6
Citrus 0-2-0 11-7-0 217 226 0
Santa Monica 0-2-0 1-11-0 94 183

Women's water polo
WSC Conf Ovr
School W-L-T W-L-T GF GA Pts
Ventura 3-0-0 12-6-0 187 117 9
Cuesta 2-0-0 14-8-0 214 156 6
L.A. Valley 1-2-0 11-7-0 123 117 0
Citrus 0-2-0 1-18-0 122 251 0
Santa Monica 0-2-0 2-12 109 195 0

VC women's water polo at No. 10 in state

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Despite winning its Western State Conference opener at Citrus, 16-6, the Ventura College women's water polo team slipped one slot to No. 10 in the state coaches' poll this week.

Click the jump for the full poll.

VC women's water polo ranked No. 9

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The Ventura College women's water polo team (6-4) has opened the state coaches' poll at No. 9.

Mary Giles' three time Western State Conference champion has beaten Palomar, Santa Ana, Grossmont and Chaffey, as well as Fresno and Sierra from Northern California.

Ventura's only loss by more than two goals came at the hands of No. 1 Riverside (10-0).

It hosts its annual alumni game at 10 a.m. Saturday before opening WSC play Wednesday at Citrus.

Ebberson, Giles honored with WSC women's water polo awards

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Freshman driver Samantha Ebberson was named the WSC Player of the Year honors after leading Ventura with 56 goals. The well-rounded a Pacifica High product also contributed as a defender and leader.

Head coach Mary Giles earned the WSC Coach of the Year award after the Pirates became is the first women's water polo program to win three straight championships in WSC history.

Eight teammates joined Ebberson on the All-WSC teams. The first team included sophomore Courtney Thomas and freshmen Vanessa Magallanes, Andrea Mallul, Raylene Morales and Lindsay Wolny and the second team included sophomore Lori Anderson and freshmen Eliana Guzman and Jenny Paulsen.

Click the jump for the full team.

VC women's water polo wins playoff game

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Vanessa Maggallanes and Samathana Ebberson scored two goals apiece and Raylene Morales had four steals as the No. 9-seeded Ventura College women's water polo team defeated No. 8 Grossmont 7-5 Thursday afternoon in the first round of the Southern California regional playoffs in San Luis Obispo.

Morales opened the scoring and anchored the Pirates' defensive effort, helping to build a 4-0 halftime lead along the way to the program's first postseason win since 2007.

The win also avenged one of the Pirates losses. Grossmont beat Ventura, 9-4, on Sept. 11. The three-time defending Western State Conference champion has won six straight games and hasn't lost in regulation since Oct. 9.

"It's great for us," said Ventura coach Mary Giles. "Our girls are excited."

Ventura (19-8) advances to play top-seeded Riverside in today's quarterfinals at Cuesta College.

"We just play," said Giles. "We go all out and have nothing to lose.

VC women in position

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Locked in a tie game midway through the third quarter Wednesday, the Ventura College women's water polo team used its defense to stay unbeaten in WSC play.

The Pirates (11-6, 3-0) shut out host Cuesta in the fourth quarter of a 8-5 win

"I'm a big believer in that, if you focus on defense, offensive comes naturally," said Ventura coach Mary Giles.

Sophomore Courtney Thomas scored in every period and drivers Samantha Ebberson, Lindsay Wolny and Eliana Guzman led the way defensively.

"Eliana's a lefty, so it's naturally easy for her to use her left to steal from a righty," said Giles. "It makes it easy."

Goalie Andrea Mallul also saved two four-meter penalty shots.

The win sets up a matchup of WSC unbeatens Wednesday afternoon in Ventura, when Citrus (12-11, 3-0) visits the Ventura Aquatics Center.

The winner will be the top seed in the WSC Championship Nov. 5-6 in San Luis Obispo.

Pool play this weekend

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The Ventura College women's water polo team will hold its annual VC tournament today and Saturday at Ventura Aquatic Center.

The nine-team tournament features No. 5 Fullerton and two visitors from Northern California, San Joaquin Delta and Merced.

The Pirates improved to 2-0 in Western State Conference play Wednesday with a 12-4 win over visiting Los Angeles Valley behind three goals by Courtney Thomas and two each by Lindsay Wolny, Loretta Zeller and Vanessa Magallanes.

VC women's water polo on cusp of history

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On the cusp of history, the Ventura College women's water polo team is turning the page this fall.

No women's water polo team has won three straight Western State Conference titles, but the two-time defending champion Pirates will attempt the feat with a team consisting almost entirely of first-year local talent.

"It's a very interesting group," said coach Mary Giles.

Without a returning starter, Ventura (7-4) is leaning on 17 freshmen.

Driver Courtney Thomas, a Westlake High graduate, is the lone sophomore in the starting lineup.

While experience may not be a strength, Giles will be relying on a roster that is both deep and long.

"A lot of time, I have some tiny little girls," said Giles. "This team has some really good size and a lot of subs."

In front of freshman goalie Andrea Mallul (Rio Mesa), Ventura has two quality hole set defenders in 6-foot Melenia Ashley (Buena) and 5-9 Raylene Morales (Pacifica).

Former Rio Mesa High goalie Lindsay Wolny, a transfer from UC Santa Barbara, has also contributed defensively after making the transition to the field.

"They are long," said Giles. "I talk to them all the time about how much I love their long arms, because they'll swoop in and steal a ball."

A pair of former Pacifica High stars, Samantha Ebberson and Vanessa Magallanes, lead the attack. The duo combined for seven goals as the Pirates opened WSC play with a 16-5 win at Santa Monica Wednesday.

Ventura expects to be pushed in WSC play by a veteran Citrus team. The race will depend on how quickly the young talent matures.

"Without having a lot of sophomores to lead, it makes it very difficult," said Giles. "But we should be right in there."

VC women's water polo eliminated by LBCC

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The Ventura College women's water polo team, seeded No. 10, fell 7-6 to No. 7 Long Beach City in the first round of the Southern California regional playoffs today at Pasadena City College.

Emily Allen scored two goals and Carly Clark, Olivia Hernandez, Rachel Davis, Courtney Thomas added goals for the Pirates (18-5).

Sarah Agopian's second goal gave Long Beach a 7-5 lead with 1:06 to play as the Vikings never trailed.

Ventura goalie Marissa Herold made seven blocks.

Long Beach moves on to face No. 2 Cerritos (29-1) in Friday's quarterfinals.

VC women's water polo seeded No. 10 in playoffs

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The Ventura College women's water polo team (18-4) is the No. 10 seed in the Southern California regional playoffs.

The Western State Conference champion, Pirates will face No. 7 Long Beach City (22-6) Thursday afternoon in a regional first-round match at Pasadena City College.

Ventura did not face Long Beach this season, but did go 4-0 in its tournament in October.

The winner faces No. 2 Cerritos in the quarterfinals Friday at PCC.

Click the jump for the rest of the quarterfinal matchups.

WSC Standings

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Western State Conference standings through Monday, Nov. 9:

WSC VOLLEYBALL
NORTH WSC PCT. GF GA SEASON PCT.
Moorpark 7-0 1.000 21 2 17-1 .944
S Barbra 6-1 .857 19 4 17-2 .895
Ventura 3-4 .429 11 15 8-10 .444
Cuesta 3-4 .429 12 13 6-12 .333
Hancock 2-5 .286 6 16 6-10 .375
Oxnard 0-7 .000 2 21 5-9 .357

WSC MEN'S SOCCER
WSC POINTS SEASON
S Barbra 8-1-3 27 8-6-4
Canyons 8-3-1 25 11-6-1
Moorpark 7-4-1 22 9-6-2
Oxnard 6-3-3 21 10-5-4
LA Missn 6-3-3 21 9-7-3
Hancock 3-6-3 12 5-10-4
Glendale 2-9-1 7 4-13-2
Citrus 0-11-1 1 2-14-2

WSC WOMEN'S SOCCER
NORTH WSC PTS. SEASON
Moorpark 8-0-2 26 14-0-4
Ventura 6-1-1 19 13-3-1
S Barbra 4-2-2 14 9-3-6
Cuesta 3-4-1 10 4-10-3
Oxnard 2-8 6 3-14-1
Hancock 0-8 0 0-14

WSC MEN'S WATER POLO (FINAL)
STANDINGS WSC SEASON
Ventura (1) 4-0 19-4
Cuesta (2) 3-1 19-12
L.A. Valley (3) 1-3 10-16
Citrus (4) 2-2 14-15
Santa Monica (5) 0-4 1-21
WSC Championships: L.A. Valley 14, Santa Monica 10; Ventura 13, L.A. Valley 8; Cuesta 14, Citrus 7; L.A. Valley 10, Citrus 6 (3rd place); Ventura 13, Cuesta 6 (championship)

WSC WATER POLO (final)
TEAMS WSC SEASON
Ventura (1) 4-0 18-4
Citrus (2) 3-1 15-11
Cuesta (3) 2-2 12-19
Santa Monica (4) 1-3 7-18
L.A. Valley (5) 0-4 5-20
WSC Championships: Santa Monica 6, L.A. Valley 4; Ventura 16, Santa Monica 6; Citrus 10, Cuesta 6; Cuesta 19, Santa Monica 12 (3rd place); Ventura 7, Citrus 6 (championship)


Clark, Herold heroics as VC women preserve water polo title

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Carly Clark scored four goals, Emily Allen scored two goals and Marissa Herold made 11 saves, including a point-blank save to preserve the win with 37 seconds left, as the Ventura College women's water polo team defended its Western State Conference title with a 7-6 win over Citrus Saturday afternoon at the WSC Championships at Los Angeles Valley College.

Ventura (17-4) awaits its Southern California regional playoff seeding Monday as WSC champion.

Two previous 13-8 wins over Citrus (14-10) meant nothing when the Owls opened up first quarter leads of 3-1 and 4-2.

"We knew if we could just hold on, we were better conditioned," said Ventura coach Mary Giles.

Citrus kept Ventura's leading scorer, Clark, off the scoreboard for the first 10 minutes.

"I was getting a little frustrated," said the Agoura High product. "It was physical out there."

But the Pirates used man-advantage situations to work their way back into the game.

"Once we started drawing ejections, we were able to set the tempo," said Clark.

Down 4-2 after one quarter, Ventura scored five of the next six goals to take a 7-5 lead with 4:57 left in the third quarter.

Clark and Allen each scored twice on the man advantage during that span.

Citrus star Meghan Turner, who had been held to a single goal in Ventura's previous two wins over the Owls, scored her fourth goal to pull Citrus within 7-6 with 4:27 to play in the third quarter.

The final 12 minutes became a swim meet as Ventura turned up the defense.

"It was swimming back and forth," said Clark.

"That's what we train for," said sophomore Mary Dugan.

Ventura sophomore Marissa Herold kept her net empty for the final 12:27, making a huge point-blank save with 37 seconds to play as Citrus pressed for an equalizer on the advantage.

"That was fabulous," said Giles. "What a storybook ending for her, and for us really."

"She saved us," said Clark.

It all comes down to this

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A decisive few days for the fall season arrives this weekend.

Looking to defend their conference titles, the Ventura College men's and women's water polo teams will be the top seeds at this weekend's Western State Conference championships at Los Angeles Valley College.

The two teams went a combined 8-0 in WSC play. Both will face the winner of a preliminary march between host Valley and Santa Monica Friday.

The Ventura men (17-4), ranked No. 4 in the state, have won seven of its past eight games behind firepower like Spencer McGrath (52 goals, 20 assists), Mike Crowley (52 goals, 19 assists) and Tyler McClure (44 goals).

The Ventura women (16-4) have been led by the offense of sophomore Carly Clark, who has 91 goals, and the defense of sophomore Mary Dugan, who will defend high-scoring Citrus driver Meghan Turner should the two teams meet in Saturday's title game.

Turner has scored just one of her 72 goals in a pair of Ventura 13-8 wins over Citrus.

"We're pretty aware of what she can do," said Ventura coach Mary Giles. "We're really good defensively this year."

Two years after the Moorpark College women's soccer team ended cross-county rival Ventura's 10-year hole on the WSC North by clinching the title with a scoreless draw at the VC Sportsplex, the two teams will find themselves in the same place, in a similar situation Friday night at 5:30.

First-place Moorpark (13-0-3, 8-0-1) can clinch its second title in three years with a win or a draw. Second-place Ventura (13-3), 7-1) can top the table with a win.

"It's basically the same situation," said Ventura coach Steve Hoffman. "It's one of those games when you know you have to step up and do your thing.

"It's an interesting match. We know what we have to do. We have to go and try to win the game."

Moorpark earned its advantage with a 1-0 home win over Ventura on Oct. 13.

"I think we played pretty well the first time around, we just didn't finish in front of goal," said Hoffman. "We've got to deal with their speed and they defend awfully well."

The game features two of the high-scoring attackers in the state in Ventura's Jazmarae Strozier and Moorpark's Lindsey McClellan.

Strozier, the Buena High product whose father, Clint, played football for Moorpark, leads the state with 22 goals. Moorpark does not post its statistics.

"I think we're just going to play the best we can," said McClellan. "Hopefully it all works out."

The Moorpark College women's volleyball team (14-1, 6-0), ranked No. 4 in the state, can take a two-match lead in the WSC North if it extends its conference winning streak to 19 matches Tuesday at second-place Santa Barbara City (16-2, 5-1).

Five of the six local programs qualified for Saturday's Southern California cross-country championships at the familiar hilly course at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut.

Oxnard and Ventura college, which qualified both its men's and women's teams with solid finishes at last week's WSC Championships, is aiming for the Top 14 finishes that would mean a state meet berths.

"That would be really good," said Oxnard coach Gino Sharp. "It's difficult to just send one team."

Although like many local programs, the Pirates have been stricken by illness.

"It's a hard time of the year to keep everyone healthy, especially this year," said Ventura College coach Nancy Fredrickson. "It's gone through the entire team."

WSC Standings

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WSC Standings through Monday, Oct. 26:

WSC VOLLEYBALL
NORTH WSC PCT. GF GA SEASON PCT.
Moorpark 4-0 1.000 12 1 14-1 .933
Ventura 3-1 .750 9 6 8-7 .533
S Barbara 2-1 .667 7 3 13-2 .867
Cuesta 1-2 .333 5 6 4-10 .286
Hancock 1-3 .250 3 10 4-8 .333
Oxnard 0-4 .000 2 12 5-6 .455

SOUTH
Bakersfld 5-0 1.000 15 3 12-4 .750
Canyons 5-1 .833 16 4 12-6 .667
Glendale 4-1 .800 12 6 8-7 .533
Pierce 2-3 .400 8 10 6-12 .333
Citrus 2-3 .400 9 9 4-9 .308
S Monica 0-5 .000 2 15 2-10 .167
West L.A. 0-5 .000 0 15 0-9 .000

WSC MEN'S WATER POLO
WSC SEASON
Ventura 3-0 16-4
Cuesta 3-1 17-11
Citrus 1-2 12-13
LA Valley 1-2 8-14
S Monica 0-3 1-19

WSC WOMEN'S WATER POLO
WSC SEASON
Ventura 3-0 15-4
Citrus 2-1 13-10
Cuesta 2-2 11-17
Santa Monica 1-2 6-15
L.A. Valley 0-3 5-16

MEN'S SOCCER STANDINGS
WSC POINTS SEASON
S. Barbara 6-0-2 20 6-5-3
Canyons 6-2 18 9-5
L.A. Mission 4-2-2 14 7-6-2
Oxnard 4-3-1 13 8-5-2
Moorpark 4-4 12 6-6-1
Glendale 2-5-1 7 4-9-2
Hancock 1-4-3 6 3-8-4
Citrus 0-7-1 1 2-10-2

WSC WOMEN'S SOCCER
NORTH WSC PTS. SEASON
Moorpark 5-0-1 16 9-0-2
Ventura 5-1 15 11-3
S Barbara 3-1-2 11 8-2-5
Cuesta 2-3-1 7 3-8-3
Oxnard 1-5 3 2-11-1
Hancock 0-6 0 0-10

SOUTH WSC PTS. SEASON
Pierce 8-0 24 12-1-1
Santa Monica 5-1-2 17 8-2-5
Bakersfield 4-2-2 14 7-4-2
Canyons 3-2-3 12 5-6-4
L.A. Valley 4-4 12 6-7-1
Glendale 2-4-2 8 4-6-4
Citrus 1-6-1 4 3-9-3
L.A. Mission 0-8 0 2-11-1

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