This school year was a great year for the Ohio State Buckeyes water polo team! The Buckeyes won the CWPA Great Lakes division for the first time and qualified for the Collegiate Club National Championship at the University of California - San Diego, where they finished 11th in the nation, and were ranked 17th in the nation in the final poll of the season.
The Scarlet team finished with 24 wins and 8 losses, 12-3 in the CWPA, and outscoring opponents 363-215.
The Grey team finished with 8 wins and 7 losses, outscoring opponents 155-129.
The Buckeyes had four All-Conference selections, two second team All-Americans, and James Dauphinee was named Great Lakes Division Coach of the Year for the second year in a row!
This was a very successful year of Buckeyes water polo, but the team also finished with the 4th highest team GPA in the nation!
Preparation for next year has already begun as the Buckeyes look to continue their success in and out of the pool!