Men’s water polo heads to seventh national championship

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Men’s water polo heads to seventh national championship

No. 2 Nikola Nasev prepares to pass the ball past No. 12 Lachlan Mackenzie during a game at St. Louis University on Sept. 17. The game was played during the Missouri Valley Conference Crossover.  Photo by Don Adams Jr.

No. 2 Nikola Nasev prepares to pass the ball past No. 12 Lachlan Mackenzie during a game at St. Louis University on Sept. 17. The game was played during the Missouri Valley Conference Crossover.
Photo by Don Adams Jr.

No. 2 Nikola Nasev prepares to pass the ball past No. 12 Lachlan Mackenzie during a game at St. Louis University on Sept. 17. The game was played during the Missouri Valley Conference Crossover.
Photo by Don Adams Jr.

No. 2 Nikola Nasev prepares to pass the ball past No. 12 Lachlan Mackenzie during a game at St. Louis University on Sept. 17. The game was played during the Missouri Valley Conference Crossover.
Photo by Don Adams Jr.

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LINDSEY FIALA Online Editor

Men’s water polo has the chance to claim its fourth consecutive national title this weekend in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Men’s Division I Club Championship.

Lindenwood won 26-7 against Washington University on Oct. 15 at the St. Peters Rec-Plex according to Lindenwood Student Life website.

The men’s team is going into the championship with a 21-1 record. The championship will be held in Florida this weekend, Nov. 10 to 12, at Florida State University.