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United States men's national water polo team

The United States men's national water polo team is the representative for the United States of America in international men's water polo.

United States
AssociationUnited States Aquatic Sports
ConfederationASUA (Americas)
Head coachDejan Udovičić
Asst coachAlex Rodriguez
Lori Verdegaal
CaptainJesse Smith
Most capsTony Azevedo
Top scorerTony Azevedo
FINA codeUSA
Olympic Games
Appearances22 (first in 1904)
Best result1st, gold medalist(s) (1904 demonstration)
2nd, silver medalist(s) (1984, 1988, 2008)
World Championships
Appearances18 (first in 1973)
Best result4th place (1986, 1991, 2009)
World League
Appearances17 (first in 2002)
Best result2nd, silver medalist(s) (2008, 2016)
World Cup
Appearances15 (first in 1979)
Best result1st, gold medalist(s) (1991, 1997)
Pan American Games
Appearances18 (first in 1951)
Best result1st, gold medalist(s) (1959, 1967, 1971, 1979, 1983, 1987, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019)

The team is the only non-European squad to win medals in the men's water polo Olympic tournament, most recently during the 2008 Summer Olympics, where they won a silver medal after losing the final to Hungary 14–10.

On May 7, 2013, USA Water Polo named Serbian Dejan Udovičić the head coach of the United States men's senior national team. Udovičić was the former head coach of the Serbian men's national team.[1][2]

Contents

ResultsEdit

Major tournamentsEdit

MedalsEdit

Updated after 2019 Pan American Games

Competition Appearances Medals
Gold Silver Bronze Total
Olympic Games 22 1 4 4 9
World Aquatics Championships 18 0 0 0 0
FINA Water Polo World Cup 15 2 2 0 4
FINA Water Polo World League 17 0 2 1 3
Pan American Games 18 13 4 1 18
Total 90 16 12 6 34

Olympic GamesEdit

World Aquatics ChampionshipsEdit

FINA Water Polo World CupEdit

  • 1979  Silver medal
  • 1981 – 4th place
  • 1983 – 4th place
  • 1985  Silver medal
  • 1987 – 4th place
  • 1989 – 8th place
  • 1991  Gold medal
  • 1993 – 4th place
  • 1995 – 4th place
  • 1997  Gold medal
  • 1999 – 6th place
  • 2002 – 7th place
  • 2006Did not qualify
  • 2010 – 4th place
  • 2014 – 4th place
  • 2018 – 6th place

FINA Water Polo World LeagueEdit

  • 2002 – Preliminary round
  • 2003  Bronze medal
  • 2004 – 6th place
  • 2005 – Semi-final round
  • 2006 – 5th place
  • 2007 – 5th place
  • 2008  Silver medal
  • 2009 – 4th place
  • 2010 – 5th place
  • 2011 – 4th place
  • 2012 – 4th place
  • 2013 – 4th place
  • 2014 – 5th place
  • 2015 – 4th place
  • 2016  Silver medal
  • 2017 – 4th place
  • 2018 – 7th place
  • 2019Did not participate

Pan American GamesEdit

  • 1951  Bronze medal
  • 1955  Silver medal
  • 1959  Gold medal
  • 1963  Silver medal
  • 1967  Gold medal
  • 1971  Gold medal
  • 1975  Silver medal
  • 1979  Gold medal
  • 1983  Gold medal
  • 1987  Gold medal
  • 1991  Silver medal
  • 1995  Gold medal
  • 1999  Gold medal
  • 2003  Gold medal
  • 2007  Gold medal
  • 2011  Gold medal
  • 2015  Gold medal
  • 2019  Gold medal

Minor tournamentsEdit

MedalsEdit

Updated after 2019 Summer Universiade

Competition Appearances Medals
Gold Silver Bronze Total
Summer Universiade 20 3 4 2 9
Total 20 3 4 2 9

Summer UniversiadeEdit

  • 1959Did not participate
  • 1961Did not participate
  • 1963Did not participate
  • 1965Did not participate
  • 1967  Silver medal
  • 1970Did not participate
  • 1973  Bronze medal
  • 1977 – ? place
  • 1979  Gold medal
  • 1981  Silver medal
  • 1983  Silver medal
  • 1985 – 4th place
  • 1987 – 5th place
  • 1991  Gold medal
  • 1993  Gold medal
  • 1995 – 9th place
  • 1997 – 7th place
  • 1999 – 4th place
  • 2001Did not participate
  • 2003 – 8th place
  • 2005Did not participate
  • 2007Did not participate
  • 2009 – 6th place
  • 2011 – 4th place
  • 2013 – 5th place
  • 2015  Bronze medal
  • 2017 – 9th place
  • 2019  Silver medal

ASUA Cup (UANA Cup)Edit

  • 2005 –   Gold medal
  • 2006 –   Gold medal
  • 2013 –   Gold medal
  • 2015 – Did not participate
  • 2017 – Did not participate
  • 2019 –   Silver medal

TeamEdit

Abbreviations
Cap number Pos. Playing position L/R Handedness L Left-handed R Right-handed
A Attacker C Center D Defender GK Goalkeeper U Utility

Current squadEdit

Roster for the 2019 World Aquatics Championships.[5][6]

Head coach:   Dejan Udovičić (2013–present)

Player Pos. Height Weight L/R Date of birth College Club
1 Alex Wolf GK 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 220 lb (100 kg) R (1997-04-19) April 19, 1997 (age 22) UCLA '20   UCLA Bruins
2 Johnny Hooper A 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 195 lb (88 kg) R (1997-06-24) June 24, 1997 (age 22) UC Berkeley '19   Olympic Club
3 Marko Vavic A 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 210 lb (95 kg) R (1999-04-25) April 25, 1999 (age 20) USC '21   USC Trojans
4 Alex Obert C/D 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 225 lb (102 kg) R (1991-12-18) December 18, 1991 (age 27) Pacific '15   NYAC
5 Ben Hallock C 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 245 lb (111 kg) R (1997-11-22) November 22, 1997 (age 21) Stanford '20   Stanford Cardinal
6 Luca Cupido A 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 210 lb (95 kg) R (1995-11-09) November 9, 1995 (age 23) UC Berkeley '18   Olympic Club
7 Hannes Daube A 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 210 lb (95 kg) R (2000-01-05) January 5, 2000 (age 19) USC '22   Newport Beach WPC
8 Matthew Farmer C 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 206 lb (93 kg) R (1995-06-17) June 17, 1995 (age 24) UCLA '17   Windy City WP
9 Alex Bowen A 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 220 lb (100 kg) R (1993-09-04) September 4, 1993 (age 25) Stanford '15   Miskolci VLC
10 Chancellor Ramirez D 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 205 lb (93 kg) R (1994-10-01) October 1, 1994 (age 24) UCLA '17   GS Apollon Smyrni
11 Jesse Smith (Captain) U 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 240 lb (110 kg) R (1983-04-27) April 27, 1983 (age 36) Pepperdine '05   NYAC
12 Max Irving A 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 165 lb (75 kg) R (1995-05-21) May 21, 1995 (age 24) UCLA '18   Hydroiakos
13 Drew Holland GK 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 195 lb (88 kg) R (1995-04-11) April 11, 1995 (age 24) Stanford '17   CN Caballa

Former squadsEdit

Olympic GamesEdit

World Aquatics ChampionshipsEdit

FINA Water Polo World CupEdit

Pan American GamesEdit

StatisticsEdit

Olympic GamesEdit

Abbreviations
Rk. Rank Pos. Playing position App. Appearances
Ref. References A Attacker C Center
D Defender GK Goalkeeper U Utility

Age recordsEdit

Top 10 youngest Olympians
Rk. Player Pos. Date of birth Game Age of first app. Ref.
1 Bob Saari Jun 7, 1948 1964 16 years, 126 days [47]
2 Manfred Toeppen Sep 3, 1887 1904   17 years, 2 days [48]
3 Ben Hallock C Nov 22, 1997 2016 18 years, 258 days [49]
4 Bill Dornblaser Nov 4, 1933 1952 18 years, 264 days [50]
5 Tony Azevedo A Nov 21, 1981 2000 18 years, 307 days [51]
6 Thomas Dunstan A Sep 29, 1997 2016 18 years, 312 days [52]
7 Stan Cole Oct 12, 1945 1964 18 years, 365 days [53]
8 James Carson Jul 30, 1901 1920 19 years, 25 days [54]
9 Norman Lake Dec 8, 1932 1952 19 years, 231 days [55]
10 Edwin Swatek Jan 7, 1885 1904   19 years, 243 days [56]
Top 10 oldest Olympians
Rk. Player Pos. Date of birth Game Age of last app. Ref.
1 Charles Finn Jul 28, 1897 1936 39 years, 13 days [57]
2 Merrill Moses GK Aug 13, 1977 2016 39 years, 1 day [58]
3 Fred Lauer GK Oct 13, 1898 1936 37 years, 302 days [59]
4 Ryan Bailey C Aug 28, 1975 2012 36 years, 350 days [60]
5 Mike Evans Mar 26, 1960 1996 36 years, 124 days [61]
6 Layne Beaubien D/U Jul 4, 1976 2012 36 years, 39 days [62]
7 Craig Wilson GK Feb 5, 1957 1992 35 years, 186 days [63]
8 Adam Wright A May 4, 1977 2012 35 years, 100 days [64]
9 Tony Azevedo A Nov 21, 1981 2016 34 years, 267 days [51]
10 Edwin Knox Jul 24, 1914 1948 34 years, 10 days [65]
Top 10 youngest Olympic medalists
Rk. Player Pos. Date of birth Game Age of on podium Ref.
1 Manfred Toeppen Sep 3, 1887 1904   17 years, 2 days [48]
2 Edwin Swatek Jan 7, 1885 1904   19 years, 243 days [56]
3 Herb Wildman GK Sep 6, 1912 1932   19 years, 335 days [66]
4 Johnny Weissmuller Jun 2, 1904 1924   20 years, 48 days [67]
5 Leo Goodwin Nov 13, 1883 1904   20 years, 298 days [68]
6 Wally O'Connor Aug 25, 1903 1924   20 years, 330 days [69]
7 J. W. Krumpholz C Sep 22, 1987 2008   20 years, 337 days [70]
8 Charles Healy Oct 4, 1883 1904   20 years, 338 days [71]
9 Eric Lindroth Sep 12, 1951 1972   20 years, 358 days [72]
10 Austin Clapp Nov 8, 1910 1932   21 years, 279 days [73]
Top 10 oldest Olympic medalists
Rk. Player Pos. Date of birth Game Age of on podium Ref.
1 Charles Finn Jul 28, 1897 1932   35 years, 16 days [57]
2 Ryan Bailey C Aug 28, 1975 2008   32 years, 362 days [60]
3 Layne Beaubien D/U Jul 4, 1976 2008   32 years, 51 days [62]
4 John Siman Oct 7, 1952 1984   31 years, 308 days [74]
5 Craig Wilson GK Feb 5, 1957 1988   31 years, 239 days [63]
6 Adam Wright A May 4, 1977 2008   31 years, 112 days [64]
7 Merrill Moses GK Aug 13, 1977 2008   31 years, 11 days [58]
8 Jon Svendsen Oct 26, 1953 1984   30 years, 289 days [75]
9 Greg Boyer Feb 5, 1958 1988   30 years, 239 days [76]
10 Louis Handley Feb 14, 1874 1904   30 years, 205 days [77]

Most appearancesEdit

The following tables are pre-sorted by number of appearances, date of last appearance, date of birth, respectively.

Sixteen athletes have each made at least three Olympic appearances. Tony Azevedo is the first and only American water polo player (man or woman) to have competed in five Olympic Games.

App. Name Pos. Date of birth Games as player Period Age of first app. Age of last app. Ref.
5 Tony Azevedo A Nov 21, 1981 2000, 2004, 2008  , 2012, 2016 16 years 18 years, 307 days 34 years, 267 days [51]
4 Wally O'Connor Aug 25, 1903 1924  , 1928, 1932  , 1936 12 years 20 years, 323 days 32 years, 351 days [69]
Ryan Bailey C Aug 28, 1975 2000, 2004, 2008  , 2012 12 years 25 years, 26 days 36 years, 350 days [60]
Jesse Smith D/U Apr 27, 1983 2004, 2008  , 2012, 2016 12 years 21 years, 110 days 33 years, 109 days [78]
3 Ron Crawford Dec 6, 1939 1960, 1964, 1968 8 years 20 years, 264 days 28 years, 324 days [79]
Stan Cole Oct 12, 1945 1964, 1968, 1972   8 years 18 years, 365 days 26 years, 328 days [53]
Craig Wilson GK Feb 5, 1957 1984  , 1988  , 1992 8 years 27 years, 178 days 35 years, 186 days [63]
Terry Schroeder A Oct 9, 1958 1984  , 1988  , 1992 8 years 25 years, 297 days 33 years, 305 days [80]
Mike Evans Mar 26, 1960 1988  , 1992, 1996 8 years 28 years, 179 days 36 years, 124 days [61]
Chris Duplanty GK Oct 21, 1965 1988  , 1992, 1996 8 years 22 years, 336 days 30 years, 281 days [81]
Chris Humbert C Dec 27, 1969 1992, 1996, 2000 8 years 22 years, 218 days 30 years, 279 days [82]
Wolf Wigo A May 8, 1973 1996, 2000, 2004 8 years 23 years, 73 days 31 years, 113 days [83]
Layne Beaubien D/U Jul 4, 1976 2004, 2008  , 2012 8 years 28 years, 42 days 36 years, 39 days [62]
Adam Wright A May 4, 1977 2004, 2008  , 2012 8 years 27 years, 103 days 35 years, 100 days [64]
Jeff Powers D/U Jan 21, 1980 2004, 2008  , 2012 8 years 24 years, 207 days 32 years, 204 days [84]
Merrill Moses GK Aug 13, 1977 2008  , 2012, 2016 8 years 30 years, 363 days 39 years, 1 day [58]

Five men have each made two Olympic appearances as head coaches of the United States men's national team.

App. Name Date of birth Games as head coach Period Age of first app. Age of last app. Ref.
2 Neill Kohlhase 1956, 1960 4 years [85]
Urho Saari 1952, 1964 12 years [86]
Monte Nitzkowski Sep 7, 1929 1972  , 1984   12 years 42 years, 355 days 54 years, 338 days [87]
Bill Barnett 1988  , 1992 4 years [88]
Terry Schroeder Oct 9, 1958 2008  , 2012 4 years 49 years, 306 days 53 years, 308 days [89]

Four Americans have each made Olympic appearances as players and as head coaches of the United States men's national team.

App. Name Date of
birth
Games Period Age of first app. Age of last app. Ref.
As player As head coach
5 Terry Schroeder Oct 9, 1958 1984  , 1988  , 1992 2008  , 2012 28 years 25 years, 297 days 53 years, 308 days [89]
2 Perry McGillivray Aug 5, 1893 1920 1928 8 years 27 years, 19 days 35 years, 6 days [90][91]
Austin Clapp Nov 8, 1910 1932   1948 16 years 21 years, 272 days 37 years, 273 days [73][92]
John Vargas Jun 17, 1961 1992 2000 8 years 31 years, 45 days 39 years, 106 days [93][13]

Leading scorersEdit

The following tables are pre-sorted by number of goals, date of the game (match), name of the player, respectively.

Tony Azevedo is the American water polo player with the most goals at the Olympic Games, scoring 61.

Players with at least 15 goals at the Olympic Games
Rk. Player Pos. Games (goals) Total
goals
Matches
played
Goals
per
match
Ref.
1 Tony Azevedo A 2000 (13), 2004 (15), 2008 (17)  , 2012 (11), 2016 (5) 61 35 1.742 [51]
2 Chris Humbert C 1992 (7), 1996 (14), 2000 (16) 37 23 1.608 [82]
3 Bruce Bradley 1968 (18), 1972 (17)   35 17 2.058 [94]
4 Wolf Wigo A 1996 (8), 2000 (16), 2004 (7) 31 23 1.347 [83]
5 Terry Schroeder A 1984 (13)  , 1988 (10)  , 1992 (4) 27 21 1.285 [80]
6 Ryan Bailey C 2000 (3), 2004 (2), 2008 (6)  , 2012 (13) 24 30 0.800 [60]
7 Jody Campbell 1984 (10)  , 1988 (12)   22 14 1.571 [95]
Mike Evans 1988 (10)  , 1992 (7), 1996 (5) 22 21 1.047 [61]
9 Kevin Robertson 1984 (13)  , 1988 (8)   21 14 1.500 [96]
10 Chris Oeding 1996 (11), 2000 (8) 19 16 1.187 [97]
11 Phil Daubenspeck 1932 (14)  , 1936 (4) 18 7 2.571 [98]
12 Layne Beaubien D/U 2004 (5), 2008 (8)  , 2012 (4) 17 22 0.772 [62]
13 Peter Varellas A 2008 (5)  , 2012 (11) 16 15 1.066 [99]
Jesse Smith D/U 2004 (9), 2008 (3)  , 2012 (3), 2016 (1) 16 27 0.592 [78]
15 Jeff Powers D/U 2004 (4), 2008 (6)  , 2012 (5) 15 22 0.681 [84]
Players with at least 10 goals in an Olympic tournament
Rk. Player Pos. Game Goals Matches
played
Goals
per
match
Ref.
1 Bruce Bradley 1968 18 8 2.250 [94]
2 Bruce Bradley 1972   17 9 1.888 [94]
Tony Azevedo A 2008   17 7 2.428 [51]
4 Chris Humbert C 2000 16 8 2.000 [82]
Wolf Wigo A 2000 16 8 2.000 [83]
6 Tony Azevedo A 2004 15 7 2.142 [51]
7 Phil Daubenspeck 1932   14 4 3.500 [98]
Chris Humbert C 1996 14 8 1.750 [82]
9 Kevin Robertson 1984   13 7 1.857 [96]
Terry Schroeder A 1984   13 7 1.857 [80]
Tony Azevedo A 2000 13 8 1.625 [51]
Ryan Bailey C 2012 13 8 1.625 [60]
13 Fred Tisue 1960 12 7 1.714 [100]
Jody Campbell 1988   12 7 1.714 [95]
15 Chris Oeding 1996 11 8 1.375 [97]
Tony Azevedo A 2012 11 8 1.375 [51]
Peter Varellas A 2012 11 8 1.375 [99]
18 Jody Campbell 1984   10 7 1.428 [95]
Mike Evans 1988   10 7 1.428 [61]
Terry Schroeder A 1988   10 7 1.428 [80]
Players with at least 4 goals in an Olympic match
Rk. Player Pos. Goals Date Match Game Ref.
1 Herbert Topp 6 Aug 8, 1928   United States 10–0   Malta 1928 [101]
Phil Daubenspeck 6 Aug 6, 1932   United States 6–1   Brazil 1932   [98]
3 Leo Goodwin 5 Sep 6, 1904   NYAC 6–0   CAA 1904   [68]
Phil Daubenspeck 5 Aug 7, 1932   United States 10–0   Japan 1932   [98]
Fred Tisue 5 Aug 27, 1960   United States 10–4   France 1960 [100]
Tony Azevedo A 5 Aug 10, 2008   United States 8–4   China 2008   [51]
7 Bruce Bradley 4 Oct 16, 1968   United States 10–7   Spain 1968 [94]
Terry Schroeder A 4 Sep 23, 1988   United States 14–7   China 1988   [80]
Jody Campbell 4 Sep 26, 1988   United States 18–9   Greece 1988   [95]
Chris Humbert C 4 Jul 21, 1996   United States 9–7   Greece 1996 [82]
Chris Humbert C 4 Sep 25, 2000   United States 12–8   Netherlands 2000 [82]
Wolf Wigo A 4 Aug 17, 2004   United States 9–6   Kazakhstan 2004 [83]
Tony Azevedo A 4 Aug 24, 2008   Hungary 14–10   United States 2008   [51]
Tony Azevedo A 4 Aug 2, 2012   United States 13–7   Great Britain 2012 [51]
Bret Bonanni A 4 Aug 8, 2016   Spain 10–9   United States 2016 [102]

Multiple medalistsEdit

Six athletes have each won two Olympic medals in water polo. Aside from Wally O'Connor, who won medals before World War II, all were members of the men's national team that won consecutive silver medals in 1984 and 1988.

Rk. Name Pos. Games as player Medals Ref.
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Jody Campbell 1984  , 1988   0 2 0 2 [95]
Peter Campbell 1984  , 1988   0 2 0 2 [103]
Kevin Robertson 1984  , 1988   0 2 0 2 [96]
Terry Schroeder A 1984  , 1988  , 1992 0 2 0 2 [80]
Craig Wilson GK 1984  , 1988  , 1992 0 2 0 2 [63]
6 Wally O'Connor 1924  , 1928, 1932  , 1936 0 0 2 2 [69]

Monte Nitzkowski is the first and only man to have won two Olympic medals as the head coach of the United States men's national team.

Name Games as head coach Medals Ref.
Gold Silver Bronze Total
Monte Nitzkowski 1972  , 1984   0 1 1 2 [87]

Terry Schroeder is the first and only American (man or woman) to have won medals in the Olympic water polo tournaments both as a player and as a head coach.

Name Games Medals Ref.
As player As head coach Gold Silver Bronze Total
Terry Schroeder 1984  , 1988  , 1992 2008  , 2012 0 3 0 3 [80]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Each country was allowed to enter a team of 11 players and all were eligible for participation. There are only players counted, which participated in one game at least. Not all reserve players are known.
  2. ^ Harry Hebner was appointed head coach for the 1924 games, but he did not go due to business commitment.

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