Water polo recap: Rams conclude season with victory over Cal State East Bay

Senior Kallie Berry had two goals against Cal State East Bay

Senior Kallie Berry had two goals against Cal State East Bay

April 15, 2012

By Kathleen Spence
Athletic Media Relations

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--The Colorado State women's water polo team concluded their regular season this weekend at the Santa Clara Invitational. The Rams had a tough day Saturday and split their contests Sunday.

The Rams finished the second day of the invitational with a win against Cal State East Bay, 8-7. Senior Kallie Berry, junior Caroline Young and freshman Kelcy Barott led the team with two goals each; while freshman utility player Brianna Sherrin and sophomore attacker Jamie Stone each had one goal. Melissa Fisher was in the cage with six overall saves.

This is the second time this season where the Rams faced the Pioneers. Colorado State was defeated in the CSU Tournament, 12-10.

Earlier in the day, Colorado State competed against No. 8 San Jose State and ultimately lost, 13-5. The leading scorers for the Rams were Berry and junior Shelby Schaefer with two and Young with one. Fisher was in the cage again with 11 overall saves.

Also on the weekend, CSU lost Saturday to Santa Clara, 12-8 and Sonoma State, 8-6. The leading scorers for Colorado State against Santa Clara were Young with three, Schaefer with two and Berry, Barott and sophomore utility player Stephanie Weed with one.

Later in the day, when CSU competed against Sonoma State, the top scorers were senior defender Amber Bryan, Berry, Barott, Sherrin, Young, and Schaefer each with one point.

The Rams compete next at the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) Conference Championships April 27-29, in San Diego, Calif.

Santa Clara 12 - CSU 8
             1  2  3  4  Final
CSU       3  2  1  2  8
SCU       3  2  4  3  12

CSU Goals: Young 3, Schaeffer 2, Berry, Barrot, Weed
SCU Goals: Allen 2, Safir 2, Murphy, Bandimere, Burtness Swartz, Norris, Eadington, Preston, Espinosa
Saves: Michelle Slagle (CSU) 3; Clements (SCU) 5

Sonoma State 8 - CSU 6
             1  2  3  4  Final
CSU       1  0  3  2  6
SSU       2  1  3  2  8

CSU Goals: Berry, Bryan, Barrott, Sherrin, Young, Schaefer
SSU Goals: Hummel 5, Albers 2, May
Saves: Michelle Slagle (CSU) 6; Kemp (SSU) 11

San Jose St. 13 - CSU 5
             1  2  3  4  Final
CSU       1  2  2  0  5
SJSU      4  4  4  1  13
CSU Goals: Schaeffer 2, Berry 2, Young
SJSU Goals: Waasted 2, Buzzeta 2, Kouvousis 2, Natalizio 2, Methvin, Smith, Henry, Styles, Brazell, Curran
Saves:  Melissa Fisher (CSU) 11; Minson (SJSU) 13

CSU 8 - Cal St. East Bay 7
             1  2  3  4  Final
CSU       2  2  2  2  8
CSUEB    1  2  1  3  7

CSUEB Goals: Pierce 3, Hudyn 2, Armstrong, Crain
CSU Goals: Berry 2, Barott 2, Young 2, Sherrin, Stone
Saves: Melissa Fisher (CSU) 6, Dekarske (CSUEB) 14;



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