2014 Played in 25 matches, making 12 starts … scored 16 goals (14th on the team) on 32 attempts, converting at a 50.0 percent rate … scored a season-high three goals in a win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Sept. 14) … scored at least one goal in 11 matches including multiple goals four times … also had 23 steals (4th on the team), 10 assists and eight field blocks, which was fifth on the squad … was fourth on the team in sprints won with 11.
2013 Redshirted the season.
Team USA 2015: Played in all eight games (220 minutes), making seven starts for Team USA at the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea (July 2-14) … he scored nine goals on 24 shots, converting at a 37.5 percent rate … scored at least one goal in five matches including three (on three shots) in the 12-8 win over China in pool play … also tallied six assists, four field blocks and two steals as the United States captured bronze at the World University Games.
High School Three-year (2010-12) varsity water polo letterwinner at Long Beach Wilson High School under head coach Tony Martinho … also a three-year (2011-13) varsity swimming letterwinner for head coach Eric Berg … served as team captain in 2012 (senior year) as the Bruins advanced to the CIF D-I finals before falling to Mater Dei … he was named first team All-CIF in 2011 and 2012 and was also a first team All-American in 2012 … Wilson won the CIF D-II title with a 7-6 win over Corona del Mar.
Personal Full name: Maxwell Bruce Irving … prefers Max … born May 21, 1995 in Long Beach, Calif. … his parents are Michael and Kelly Irving … has one older brother, Aaron, and one younger brother, Quincy … also has one younger sister, Savannah … competed with the Newport Water Polo Club … lists the Miami Heat’s LeBron James as the athlete he most admires … says his biggest thrill so far in his athletic career is, “being able to play for Team USA at the 2012 FINA World Youth Championships” … lists surfing, golf and basketball as his hobbies … majoring in political science.