Men's Water Polo Falls to No. 9 Navy, 15-9
Pat Dodge Leads Colonials with four Goals
Sept. 18, 2003
WASHINGTON, DC - George Washington men's water polo battled to a 15-9 loss to the ninth ranked Navy Midshipmen at Smith Center, falling to 2-4 on the season.
GW allowed ten first half scores to the Midshipmen, who improved to 8-1 on the season, as the Colonials were only able to convert three shots for goals. Despite their struggles in the first two quarters of play, GW matched the nationally ranked Midshipmen goal-for-goal in the second half.
Senior Pat Dodge accounted for four of GW's six, second half goals, and Srdan Radnic had a solid match tallying five assists in the losing effort.
GW's next match versus the Princeton Tigers will be postponed due to inclement weather. An alternate date has not been scheduled.
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