With the most successful rookie class in program history now joined by another quartet boasting high-level talent, Caltech volleyball is primed to capitalize on its newfound depth entering the 2017 season.
Faced with the daunting task of replacing half its roster while returning only three of the top eight scorers from last season, Caltech men’s water polo could be forgiven for looking to the future. Yet, rather than resigning to a rebuild, Head Coach Jon Bonafede’s squad is raring to go for its season opener on Sept. 2 thanks to an injection of high-end talent that stands to raise the team’s level of competitiveness and enhance the impact of its returners who can now focus on their primary position full-time.
The first game of intercollegiate women’s soccer in Caltech history is in the books after a solid showing from the Beavers that included myriad impressive individual performances in a 5-0 defeat at the University of Redlands on Friday night.
The addition of a second straight recruiting class rich in depth and talent has the 2017 Caltech cross country team boasting a sizeable roster dominated by youth while leaning heavily on several key returners. This combination has the program poised for its most successful fall yet.