Sept. 12, 2001
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The UCLA men's water polo team resumed its normal practice schedule this afternoon, one day after the cancellation of this weekend's matches in the wake of terrorist attacks on the East Coast.
"We'll definitely do a lot of talking things out this week," Bruins head coach Adam Krikorian said.
Decisions have yet to be reached regarding the rescheduling of all UCLA athletic events through Sunday, including Friday's home match against Princeton and this weekend's Southern California Tournament, hosted by USC.
In other news, UCLA held its No. 3 ranking in the weekly American Water Polo Coaches Association's collegiate poll. Stanford ascended to the top spot in the poll, earning 99 points out of a possible 100. USC was second with 96 points, and UCLA was third with 86 (four fewer points than last week). California and Pepperdine rounded out the top five.
"It's still to early in the season to sort out the top teams," Krikorian said.
To view the latest poll, visit www.collegiatewaterpolo.com