Undefeated at the Slugfest

A knockoff start for the women’s water polo team.

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Slugfest: Junior Amy Lamb leads the Broncos to a 4-0 tournament at UC Santa Cruz, scoring 10 goals along the way and earning a WWPA Player of the Week. Senior goalkeeper Randahl Capurro also earned top accolades, ranking among the nation's best all season. Photo: Don Jedlovec

The Santa Clara women’s water polo team got off to a knockout start. Junior Amy Lamb was named the WWPA Player of the Week on March 5. Lamb helped lead the Broncos to a 4-0 record at Slugfest, at UC Santa Cruz, scoring 10 goals along the way and recording seven assists, two steals, and a kickout drawn. Senior goalkeeper Randahl Capurro was among the nation’s best all season, consistently ranking in the top three in blocks and goals-against average.

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