2006: Played in 25 of 26 games, finishing fifth on team with 22 goals and 34 points ... Netted two-or-more goals five times, highlighted by hat tricks against Gannon at Southern Championships and versus Whittier ... Also had two assists in victory over Golden Knights ... Posted two goals versus Cal Lutheran, Occidental and Navy and pair of assists versus Iona at Princeton Invitational.
2005: Played in all 28 games ... Ranked fifth on team with 27 goals, fourth on team with 42 steals, and third on team with 30 ejections drawn ... Added nine assists to finish with 36 points ... Scored season-high four goals against Bucknell (10/16/05).
2004: Competed in 115 of 116 quarters for GW in 2004 ... Tallied 19 goals and three assists for a total of 22 points ... Ranked third on the team 34 steals ... Recorded four blocks and 17 ejections drawn.
Prior to GW: Ransom Everglades' water polo team MVP as a senior ... Three-time all-county pick ... 2004 Ransom Everglades Athlete of the Year ... Helped lead the squad to two third-place finishes at the Florida State Championship ... Member of the Raider Water Polo Club since 1998 ... Also competed on the for the Ransom Everglades' swimming team.
Personal: John Joseph Jennings ... Born December 27, 1985 in Miami, FL ... Son of John and Terri Jennings ... One brother, Christopher, and one sister, Leanne ... Majoring in economics.
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Seniors Savor Men's Water Polo Turnaround
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Men's Water Polo Claims First MAWPC Title, NCAA Bid
For the first time in program history, George Washington men’s water polo celebrated a conference championship Sunday.
Colonial of the Week Presented by Capgemini: Andrew Mavis
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Men's Water Polo Headed Back to MAWPC Final
Andrew Mavis scored with five seconds left in overtime to lift George Washington men's water polo to a thrilling 16-15 win over Fordham on Saturday in a Mid-...
Men's Water Polo Downs Gannon to Advance at MAWPC Championship
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Destici, Mavis Named to All-MAWPC First Team
George Washington's Atakan Destici and Andrew Mavis were selected to the All-Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference-East First Team on Friday.
'To Me, He's Like a Brother'
The teenager had traveled to Los Angeles from his native Hungary in the summer of 2014 to spend a few weeks with one of the best water polo clubs in America.