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1C   Beau Bayless
Beau Bayless


Carmel, Calif.

High School:
Stevenson School

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160




No. 16 Navy Water Polo Finishes Navy Open with Three Wins on Sunday

Mids Defeat Washington & Jefferson, PSU Behrend and Cerritos


Water Polo to Open 2014 Season on Saturday

Mids return five of six starters from 2013


Eight Navy Water Polo Players Earn Academic Honors

Hummeldorf and Barker lead the way with 4.00 GPAs.


Navy Water Polo Looks To Return to Top of Eastern Division

Mids return 14 letterwinners from 24-7 season in 2011.


Navy Water Polo vs. Iona & PSU-Behrend

Navy hosts Iona and Penn State-Behrend at the Navy Open, Sept. 7. Photos by Phil Hoffmann.


Navy Water Polo vs. Notre Dame, Ohio

Navy Water Polo vs. Notre Dame, Ohio (9-14-12)

CAREER: 21 saves, 14 goals against, .600 save percentage in 10 games

SOPHOMORE - 2013: Bayless saw action in goal during five games ... finished his sophomore campaign with 11 saves and allowed 11 goals for a .500 save percentage ... made three or more saves versus Penn State-Behrend (3) twice and once against Connecticut College (4) ... also appeared versus Diablo Valley College at the Navy Open and No. 3 Pacific at the Brown Invitational.

FRESHMAN - 2012: Bayless appeared in five games, registering 10 saves against three goals allowed for a .769 save percentage ... stopped a career-high four shots against both Fordham and Washington & Jefferson ... named to Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) All-Academic Excellent squad.

PERSONAL: Bayless graduated in 2012 from the Stevenson School, picking up three letters in water polo and three in tennis ... was a first-team three-time first-team all-league selection and team MVP in water polo ... also served as the team captain twice ... helped tennis team to four Mission Trail Athletic League championships and was the team captain and first-team all-league selection ... son of Mark and Tina Bayless ... is an avid fly fisherman and enjoys racing cars at Laguna Seca Speedway ... majoring in computer science.


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