Endre Rex-Kiss

Endre  Rex-Kiss

Men's Water Polo

Hall of Fame:


Endre Rex-Kiss was the second LMU men's water polo player to earn All-American honors three times, claiming second team honors from 2003-05. During his four years as a Lion, the program won 71 games, clinched three consecutive Western Water Polo Association titles (2003-05) and finished third in three straight NCAA Championships. Along with his three All-American honors, Rex-Kiss was named WWPA Player of the Year in 2004, was a three-time selection to the NCAA All-Tournament first team (2003-05) and earned four All-WWPA selections (2002-05), including first team honors his junior and senior seasons. At the time of his induction into the LMU Athletics Hall of Fame, Rex-Kiss ranked first in career assists (116), tied for first games played (128), and second in total points (261). In 2004, Rex-Kiss finished the season with 83 total goals, becoming the first player in the non-two goal era to score more than 70 goals in a season.