2012 MIT Men's Water Polo Headlines

  • Ivovic Selected as MIT's Head Water Polo Coach
    April 18, 2013
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Ivan Ivovic has been named MIT’s head water polo coach, it was announced today by MIT Director of Athletics and Department Head, Julie Soriero. Ivovic brings almost 20 years of playing and coaching experience to the Engineers’ program.
  • Mark Lawrence Steps Down as MIT Water Polo Coach
    January 14, 2013
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Mark Lawrence, MIT’s head water polo coach, has announced that he will be stepping down as the Head Coach of the Engineers’ program. He will be moving on from MIT to become an assistant with the Brown University men’s water polo program.
  • MIT Water Polo Wraps Up Season With Loss to Harvard at Eastern Championship
    November 18, 2012
    PRINCETON, N.J. - In the fourth meeting between the two Cambridge rivals this season, MIT water polo lost to Harvard, 10-7. The Crimson evened the season record following a 19-7 loss and a 13-12 win during the regular season. At the Northern Division Championship, the Engineers won, 15-14, in sudden death overtime...
  • Navy Defeats MIT Water Polo, 21-9
    November 17, 2012
    PRINCETON, N.J. - In its second game of the Eastern Championship at Princeton University, the MIT water polo team lost to Navy, 21-9. Sophomore Jack Clark (Laguna Beach, Calif.) scored the most goals among the Engineers, tallying three throughout the game.
  • Water Polo Suffers Tough Loss to Mercyhurst, 6-5
    November 16, 2012
    PRINCETON, N.J. - In its opening game of the 2012 Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Eastern Championship, No. 6 MIT water polo lost to Mercyhurst University, 6-5, which is the lowest scoring affair so far in this year's tournament. Junior Craig Cheney (Sherwood, Ore.) was the only Engineer to net more than one goal.
  • Three Engineers Named to CWPA All-North Teams, Rogers Receives Rookie of the Year Honors
    November 16, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – MIT freshman Kale Rogers (Newberg, Ore.) was named the conference’s Rookie of the Year as announced by the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) on Friday morning. He joined fellow freshman Ory Tasman (Orlando, Fla.) on the All-Northern Division Second Team...
  • Water Polo Takes Two of Three at Northern Division Championships
    November 03, 2012
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. - At the Northern Division Championships over the weekend, MIT water polo defeated Iona, 12-11, and Harvard, 15-14, both in triple overtime, but lost to host Brown, 17-8, earning third place overall. The Engineers' performance earned them a spot at the Eastern Championships on Nov. 16-18 at Princeton.
  • Water Polo Sinks Connecticut College, 13-9
    October 27, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After a disappointing loss at Brown the night before, the water polo team defeated Connecticut College for the third time in the last three weeks with a score of 13-9 on Saturday night. The Engineers are now 9-10 for the season.
  • MIT Water Polo Downed by Brown, 12-9
    October 26, 2012
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. - MIT water polo was defeated by No. 12 Brown, 12-9, on the road on Friday night after a very close game. Junior Craig Cheney (Sherwood, Ore.) scored the first goal of the game just 30 seconds into the first period, giving the Engineers a quick lead over the Bears.
  • Engineers Finish Second in Tournament After Losing to JHU, 15-13
    October 21, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Following victories over Washington & Jefferson and Connecticut College yesterday, MIT water polo narrowly lost to Johns Hopkins, 15-13 on Sunday afternoon. The Engineers wrapped up the final day of the Division III Eastern Championships in second place...
  • Day One of Water Polo Div. III Eastern Championships
    October 20, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – MIT water polo opened the first day of the Division III Eastern Championships with wins against Washington & Jefferson (19-10) and Connecticut College (15-9). They will continue the tournament tomorrow with a game against Johns Hopkins at 11:30 a.m. to battle for first place.
  • Water Polo Edged out by St. Francis, 14-11
    October 06, 2012
    BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, N.Y. – After defeating Connecticut College earlier in the day, MIT water polo fell to St. Francis College (N.Y.), 14-11. Junior Scott Stephens (Los Altos, Calif.) led MIT with three goals. The Engineers are now 6-8 for the season.
  • Connecticut College Falls to MIT Water Polo
    October 06, 2012
    NEW LONDON, Conn. – MIT water polo defeated Connecticut College, 14-9, on Saturday afternoon, remaining undefeated in games against the Camels since the series began back in 2000. The Engineers are now 6-7 for the season as they head to Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. for their final game of the weekend against St. Francis College.
  • Water Polo Takes Three of Four in Weekend Road Trip
    September 30, 2012
    LEWISBURG, Pa. - MIT's water polo team hit the road for the Bison Invite at Bucknell University over the weekend and came away with a 3-1 record after losing to host Bucknell (18-12), and defeating Navy "B" (17-11), Notre Dame College (14-5) and Toronto University (13-9).
  • Water Polo Loses to Iona but Defeats Fordham
    September 25, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - MIT's water polo team lost to Iona College, 13-10 but defeated Fordham University, 9-6 at home on Saturday after being edged out by Harvard the night before (13-12).
  • MIT Water Polo Edged Out by Harvard, 13-12
    September 21, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - In their second game against Harvard this month, the first of which MIT won, 19-7, the Engineers were edged out by the Crimson, 13-12. MIT's record dipped to 3-5 for the season.
  • Water Polo Loses to Mercyhurst, 9-12
    September 14, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - In a back and forth game against Mercyhurst at home on Friday night, the MIT water polo team lost, 9-12. Ory Tasman (Orlando, Fla.) recorded four goals throughout the game, while fellow freshman Kale Rogers (Newberg, Ore.) added three more. The Engineers are now 3-4 for the season.
  • Kale Rogers Earns CWPA Weekly Honors
    September 12, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Following his first appearance at the Princeton Invitational, freshman Kale Rogers (Newberg, Ore.) claimed the Northern Division Rookie and Player of the Week Awards as announced by the Collegiate Water Polo Association earlier this week.
  • Water Polo Wins 2 of 4 Games at Princeton Invitational
    September 09, 2012
    MERCER COUNTY, N.J. - MIT's water polo team traveled to New Jersey on Saturday to take part in the Princeton Invitational, a two-day tournament that took place at Princeton University. The team returned home on Sunday with a 2-2 record, falling to Princeton (14-8) and California (17-4) but defeating George Washington (13-6) and No. 2 ranked Johns Hopkins (13-11).
  • MIT Water Polo Falls to Brown and Chicago
    September 03, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Following impressive wins over Yale and Harvard the day before, MIT's water polo team hit the road on Sunday for the second half of the Labor Day Invite at Brown University but ultimately fell to Brown (1-13) and Chicago (10-11). Freshman Matthew Orton (Los Altos Hills, Calif.) scored the lone goal against the Bears.
  • Freshmen Lead Engineers in First Half of Labor Day Invite
    September 01, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - In the opening tournament of the 2012 season, the MIT water polo team defeated Yale (23-7) and Harvard (19-7) but was unable to hold off Diablo Valley (13-7), who won the final game of the Labor Day Invite, hosted by MIT on Saturday.
  • MIT Athletics Fall 2012 Webcast Schedule Set
    August 27, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Webcasting is back for the 2012-13 season for MIT Athletics, with a schedule that includes 23 different contests lined up for the fall it was announced today. Games for field hockey, football, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball and men’s water polo will all be included in the lineup.
  • 2012 Water Polo Schedule Released
    August 13, 2012
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The water polo team will open its 2012 season on September 1 with the Labor Day Invite, a home event where it will face Yale, Harvard and Diablo Valley College. After heading to Brown for day two of the tournament, the Engineers will spend the following weekend in New Jersey at the Princeton Invite (Sept. 8-9).