The Caltech women's water polo team played their second straight weekend tournament to start the season as they participated in the Gary Troyer Memorial Tournament.
Formally the Claremont Convergence Tournament, the field features teams from all over the country playing four games in two days at three different venues.
"We continued to get better on the offensive end but we still have get more consistent," head coach Josh Moser. "I am really proud of the way Connie Hsueh played in front of the cage. Playing against some of the best teams in the country, she showed why she deserved All-American honors last year.
Friday, March 8 – CSU-San Bernardino 13, Caltech 2 (Scoresheet)
The Beavers got both their goals from Carly Bond.
Caltech was able to get 29 shots off but the NCAA Division II school kept the Beavers offense in check.
Hsueh blocked 13 shots in front of the net.
Friday, March 8 – La Verne 15, Caltech 6 (Scoresheet)
Bond continued her solid play as she recorded her first hat trick in the a Beaver uniform. The senior took three shots and found the back of the net each time. Bond also dished out a two assists.
Hanna Dood tallied a two-goal effort while Anastasia Markovtsova found the back of the net one time.
Hsueh blocked nine shots against the SCIAC foe.
Saturday, March 9 – Whittier 18, Caltech 8
Hsueh had another double figure save effort in front of the cage by blocking 15 Poet shots.
Saturday, March 9 – Chapman 16, Caltech 5 (Scoresheet)
Five different players scored a goal for the Beavers during the final game of the weekend. Kannan, Dowling, Markovtsova, Kelsey Spaur and Dodd. Spaur's goal was her first in a Beaver suit.
Video - Dodd's Five Meter Goal
Hsueh completed her monster weekend by blocking 16 shots.
(Scoresheets will be posted when they become available)