Colonials beat Navy but fall to Bucknell
Colonials play two of three at home this weekend
Colonials beat Mercyhurst Sunday
Event highlighted by rematch with Harvard
Freshman honored after Princeton Invitational
Helped his club KSI to three junior national championships, including back-to-back titles as captain in 2016 and 2017. Posted 45 goals, 73 assists and 33 steals in 17 games in his final season... Also spent two years on Hungary's junior national team... Logged three summers with the California-based club CHAWP, as well.
Born Andras Balazs Levai on February, 19, 1998, in Budapest, Hungary ... Son of Katalin and Balazs Levai ... Has one sister, Julia ... Plans to major in Business Administration.
Men's Water Polo Set for Bucknell Invitational
George Washington men’s water polo heads to Lewisburg, Pa., on Friday for the first of four games at the Bucknell Invitational.
Men's Water Polo's Levai Named Rookie of the Week
George Washington’s Andras Levai has been named the Collegiate Water Polo Association Mid-Atlantic Rookie of the Week, the league announced Thursday.
Men's Water Polo Closes Princeton Invitational
George Washington men’s water polo dropped two games to ranked opponents Saturday to close the Princeton Invitational at DeNunzio Pool.
Men's Water Polo Splits Pair
George Washington men’s water polo split a pair of games Friday to begin the Princeton Invitational at DeNunzio Pool.
Men's Water Polo Set for Princeton Invitational
George Washington men’s water polo is set to face three ranked opponents over two days at the Princeton Invitational.
Men's Water Polo Caps Perfect Opening Weekend
George Washington men's water polo completed a perfect opening weekend at the Navy Open, knocking off Washington & Jefferson and Salem International on...
Men's Water Polo Opens Season with Victory
Behind six goals from Andras Levai in his collegiate debut, George Washington men’s water polo dropped Navy, 15-11, in its season opener on Saturday...
Men's Water Polo Pushes for Next Step
There were some confused looks when Barry King directed his George Washington men’s water polo players to fan out along the pool’s edge.