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Captain Feature: Neil Simpson ’19 Brings 11 Years of Water Polo Experience to Andover
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Captain Feature: Neil Simpson ’19 Brings 11 Years of Water Polo Experience to Andover

After first playing water polo as a seven-year-old in Beaconsfield, Quebec, Co-Captain Neil Simpson ’19 went on to train with several Canadian national team players and developed a strong foundation in the sport. Simpson has been a member of Andover Boys Water Polo ever since he came to the school as a Lower, though the…

Athlete of the Week: Theo Fagueres ’21 Brings Versatility to the Pool and Boys Water Polo
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Athlete of the Week: Theo Fagueres ’21 Brings Versatility to the Pool and Boys Water Polo

A new Lower from Sao Paulo, Brazil, Theo Faugeres ’21 brings five years of experience to Andover Boys Water Polo. Although typically a field player, Faugeres is currently filling in for the injured starting goalkeeper and has adapted quickly to fit the team’s needs. His experience and knowledge of the game have made a great…

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Boy’s Water Polo Breaks Exeter’s Four-Year Winning Streak

Andover Boys Water Polo’s defense shone in its win over Canterbury on Saturday. During the second half, the team’s defense stayed strong and only allowed one goal. The team beat Canterbury 21-6 following a 9-12 loss against Deerfield. On the previous Thursday, the team secured a 12-7 victory against Phillips Exeter Academy. The team’s record…

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Boys Water Polo Breaks Even in Season Opener

Andover Boys Water Polo faltered 8-9 against Loomis Chaffee before beating Hopkins 12-8 in New Haven on Saturday. The doubleheader set the team’s record at 1-1. Fueled by the energy of the captains and the addition of new players to the team, the team was able to score 20 goals across both games, 12 of…

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Boys Water Polo Adjusts To New Coach

Andover Boys Water Polo opened the year with intense preseason ball work and a nearly two-mile swim set. Despite the change in coaching staff from the former Head Coach Dan O’Shea to Head Coach David Fox, the preseason period helped the team adapt to Coach Fox’s coaching style, according to Co-Captain Neil Simpson ’19. Simpson…

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