The Sonoma State women's water polo team captured its sixth straight win with a convincing 7-4 victory over host Chapman on March 6 at Allred Pool. The Seawolves took an early lead and shut down the Panther offense in the opening half to earn the weekend sweep over Chapman, improving to 8-8 this season ahead of Friday's home matchup with Hartwick.
Carleigh Robinson scored four goals in the morning, then Noelle Herrera added four more in the afternoon, both leading the Sonoma State women's water polo team to two more victories on March 5to wrap up an undefeated weekend at the Claremont Convergence, hosted by Pomona-Pitzer in Claremont.
Noelle Herrera scored four goals in the first game against Redlands, then Kaysie Lewis led with three goals in the nightcap against host Pomona-Pitzer as the Sonoma State women's water polo team recorded wins of 13-3 and 7-5, respectively, on day one of the Claremont Convergence Tournament on March 4 at Haldeman Pool in Claremont.
Written By: James Fortier
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