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UCLA Men’s Water Polo Faces Johns Hopkins

The UCLA Men’s Water Polo team will face Johns Hopkins today at 3pm PT as part of the Princeton Invitational.

The UCLA Men’s Water Polo winning streak stands at 38 games after sweeping the UCLA Invitational last Sunday in San Diego.

Today, the team looks to extend that streak to 39 when they face Johns Hopkins in Princeton, NJ as part of the Princeton Invitational. The school record for consecutive wins is 50 from 1964-1968.

UCLA has been ranked #1 in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Poll for 19 consecutive weeks, dating back to November 26, 2014. Johns Hopkins would be ranked 24th, but the poll is a Top 20 poll, not a Top 25 poll. They received 4 votes this week.

Prior to today’s matchup against Johns Hopkins, UCLA will play exhibitions against #3 UC Berkeley and Brown University.

Currently, senior Ryder Roberts leads the Bruins in scoring with eight goals, despite having only played in three of UCLA’s five games.

The Bruins are 2-0 all-time against Johns Hopkins.

Go Bruins!!!