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NC women's water polo: 2021 selection show
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2021 NC women's water polo championship selections announced

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The NCAA Women’s Water Polo Committee announced Monday the 10 teams vying for the 2021 NC women’s water polo championship. Six teams have been placed in the bracket; the remaining four teams will compete for the last two berths in the bracket via two opening-round games.

The opening-round games will be contested May 12, hosted by University of California, Los Angeles, which will also host the championship to be held May 14-16.

The opening round games, semifinal and championship games will be played at the Spieker Aquatics Center in Los Angeles and streamed live on ncaa.com.

SEE THE INTERACTIVE BRACKET | PRINTABLE BRACKET

The 2021 women's college water polo bracket.
2:28 pm, April 26, 2021

The women's water polo selections are at 8 ET tonight

Jamie Schwaberow | NCAA Photos Stanford celebrates its 2019 women's water polo title.

The selections for the 2021 women's water polo championship will be announced during the selection show here on NCAA.com at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, May 3.

The championship is May 14-16 at Spieker Aquatics Center in Los Angeles, California. 

 

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Women's water polo championship history

Here is the history of the women's water polo championship winners.

YEAR CHAMPION (RECORD) COACH SCORE RUNNER-UP SITE
2019 Stanford (23-2) John Tanner 9-8 Southern California Stanford 
2018 Southern California (26-1) Jovan Vavic 5-4 Stanford Southern California
2017 Stanford (23-3) John Tanner 8-7 UCLA IUPUI
2016 Southern California (26-0) Jovan Vavic 8-7 Stanford UCLA
2015 Stanford (24-2) John Tanner 7-6 UCLA Stanford
2014 Stanford (25-1) John Tanner 9-5 UCLA USC
2013 Southern California (27-1) Jovan Vavic 10-9 Stanford Harvard
2012 Stanford (26-2) John Tanner 6-4 Southern California San Diego State
2011 Stanford (28-1) John Tanner 9-5 California Michigan
2010 Southern California (25-3) Jovan Vavic 10-9 Stanford San Diego State
2009 UCLA (25-6) Adam Krikorian 5-4 Southern California Maryland
2008 UCLA (33-0) Adam Krikorian 6-3 Southern California Stanford
2007 UCLA (28-2) Adam Krikorian 5-4 Stanford Long Beach State
2006 UCLA (29-4) Adam Krikorian 9-8 Southern California UC Davis
2005 UCLA (33-0) Adam Krikorian 3-2 Stanford Michigan
2004 Southern California (29-0) Jovan Vavic 10-8 Loyola Marymount Stanford
2003 UCLA (23-4) Adam Krikorian 4-3 Stanford UC San Diego
2002 Stanford (23-2) John Tanner 8-4 UCLA Southern California
2001 UCLA (19-4) Adam Krikorian 5-4 Stanford Stanford