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Navy Water Polo Concludes Season with Loss at MAWPC Championship

Wagner defeats Navy, 16-13; Huber named to All-Tournament Team


Navy Defeats Mercyhurst in MAWPC Second Round Game

Mids come from down 4-0 to defeat Lakers


Huber Named to All-MAWPC Second Team

Senior leads Mids with 66 points through 23 games


Navy Drops MAWPC First Round Match to Johns Hopkins

Castillo scores three goals in defeat


Water Polo Heads into MAWPC Championship Action

Mids seeded sixth in three-day tournament


Navy Open, Sept. 2015

Two days of action at the Navy Open for Water Polo versus Fordham (Sept. 5) and Mount San Antonio (Sept. 6)


Navy Water Polo vs. Iona & PSU-Behrend

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

CAREER: 156 goals, 35 assists, 191 points (100 games)

2016 (Senior): Played in all 26 games, leading the team in goals scored (63) and points (75) … Also added 12 assists while recording 27 steals … Scored at least one point in 25 of 26 games played with multiple points in 21 contests … Scored a goal in 23 games, including at least one goal in the final 17 games of the season … Notched 18 multi-goal games … Recorded 14 hat tricks on the season … Had a season-high seven points against Wagner (5g, 2a) … Scored a season-best five goals against Wagner, Santa Clara, and Mercyhurst, while adding four goals against Iona and George Washington … Tallied three goals against Caltech, Bucknell (2x), Fordham (2x), Princeton, Air Force, George Washington, and Wagner … Led the team in steals in three games, including a season-high for takeaways against Princeton.

2015 (Junior): Compiled offensive totals of 69 points and 58 goals, that ranked second on the team, as well as 34 steals that were also second-best … Added 11 assists over 28 games played … Registered a point in 26 of 28 games with multiple points in 23 contests … Tallied 12 hat tricks … During the Mids’ annual trip to California, recorded 12 points (11g, 1a) with three goals versus Whittier, Pepperdine, and UC Santa Barbara; while adding two goals against Air Force in fourth game of the road trip … Closed the season with 10 points (9g, 1a) in four games of the CWPA Championship Tournament … Had five steals versus Bucknell in the CWPA Championship Tournament … Also added a game-high three steals on three other occasions.

2014 (Sophomore): Leader of the sophomores with class-highs of 27 goals, 34 points, and 29 games played … Also added seven assists and 10 steals … Had eight multi-point games, including five in final 10 games of 2014 … Registered four hat tricks … Recorded a season-high five points (4g, 1a) against Cerritos College in the Navy Open … Scored seven points (5g, 2a) during CWPA Championship Tournament.

2013 (Freshman): Played in 17 games as freshman, notching 13 points on eight goals and five assists … Set a single-game high with five points (2g, 3a) versus Mount San Antonio College in the Navy Open … Had a pair of two-point games vs. Harvard (2g) and vs. No. 16 Santa Clara (2g) … Also scored single goals against Penn State-Behrend on two occasions.

High School / Personal: A 2013 graduate of the William Penn Charter School, lettering four times in water polo and three times in basketball … Also competed on the Princeton Tigers Aquatics Water Polo Club … Led water polo team to three league championships … Was a team MVP twice, captain once, and most improved player once … Named Second Team All-American as a senior, as well as All-Eastern All-Star Game MVP, and All-Eastern (twice) … Son of Brian and Laura Huber … Mother, Laura, swam at Lafayette, while father, Brian, was on the crew team at Purdue … Sister, Kathleen, was a member of the rowing team at Harvard for two years.


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