Women's Water Polo Falls to Concordia (CA), 10-7
March 18, 2010
IRVINE, CA - Senior Marissa Stamler registered a team-high four goals and four ejections drawn, but the George Washington women's water polo team dropped a 10-7 decision at Concordia (CA) Thursday.
Stamler's four goals moved her within six of GW's Top 5 all-time goal scorers, but the Colonials shot just 7-of-27 and couldn't get any closer than three goals in the second half. The Eagles jumped ahead 3-1 after a quarter, led 6-2 at halftime and wouldn't lead by less than three in the second half.
Stamler has now totaled 11 goals in three games during GW's West Coast swing and has 109 career goals.
GW (4-7) will compete in the California Baptist Invitational during its final two days on the West Coast. The Colonials will face Azusa Pacific and the host Lancers in Riverside, CA, Friday before traveling to Redlands, CA, to battle Fresno Pacific and the host Redlands Bulldogs Saturday.