LonnyJ wrote:2plyBathingSuit wrote:ruin4life wrote:Marco Polo wrote:ruin4life wrote:Does the NCAA keep records for most goals scored by player in one season? If so, who has the record and how many?
Interesting question. I looked a bit on the web. I didn't find overall NCAA water polo records. I did find the following:
* There is an NCAA Championship Record Book. I didn't track down the current record book, but here's an article from 2020 that includes the 2019 version of the record book. Apparently Scott Schulte of Bucknell is also the all time leading scorer in NCAA Water Polo Championship history, with 50 goals spread over 4 years. "He is the only player in sport history to lead the NCAA Championship in scoring four times." Does that mean ANY sport? Either way, really impressive.
https://collegiatewaterpolo.org/nationa ... cord-book/
* The MPSF keeps records for the conference. It includes records for career goals, season goals, single game goals, career saves, single season saves, and 20 save games, as well as season goals against average and team win streak. It's linked to from their website here:
https://mpsports.org/documents/2021/12/ ... ecords.pdf
* I checked the GCC website but didn't find any similar record book. I didn't check any other conference.
Thank you. I was looking to compare James Rozolis-Hills’ goals season tally with other great scorers in college. At the moment he has 115 goals in 27 games. Averaging 4.26 goals/game.
I never liked the category of "great scorers in college"...(which basically means nothing). Bonanni broke many scoring records at Stanford and never won a championship. Just an FYI...it's not that difficult to amass a season of large tallies against teams like Austin College, Cal Baptist, Occidental College, Iona College, Connecticut College, Brown, MIT, LIU, Penn State, Fordham, Pomona, Santa Clara, Fresno, St. Francis...just to name a few. I know he also tallied some against the top four. But so what, It doesn't win games no matter how many times he scores. I was told told JRH wanted to be on a "winning team"...so why choose Harvard?
Come on 2ply. You sound like you suffer from big watch, little diploma syndrome. Heaven forbid the kid decided to use WP for the long game of life/career. He’s getting the unique opportunity to go to the most respected college in the world, all while getting to play the game he loves. What was your lot in life … were you like the Chief Financial Strategist for Blockbuster video or something? Rock on JRH! Going to Harvaad’ was wicked wicked smaat’!
Very smart kid. Good choice. Obviously has multiple talents and abilities. Be happy for him! Support his positive decisions!