LMU Sports Network caught up with sophomore Claire Wright, who spent the summer playing for Team Canada in some elite championships.
All-time leading scorer Alex Cowling claimed Female Athlete of the Year while Colin Welmon and Anthony Ireland shared the Male Athlete of the Year honor.
Women's water polo relies on big game experience and defense to advance to 13th straight WWPA title game.
Alexandra Honny earns first-team All-WWPA honors as five others are honored.
Lions earn 11-1 win in regular season finale on Senior Day.
LMU sophomore goalie Claire Wright got a little taste of the world this summer playing within the Canadian national program, competing at the World University Games in Russia and the Junior World Championships in Greece.
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LMU vs. Sonoma State - Mar. 22, 2013
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Briefly... Claire Wright is in her first season of collegiate water polo for the Lions... played water polo for Shadow WPC... part of Canadian National Team program...
High School... graduated Lindsay Collegiate and Vocational Institute in June of 2012... was a Dean's List member... played soccer, swam and played water polo... was a starter for the Youth National Team in goalie and has been working out with the Senior National Team...
Personal... Claire Dawn Wright was born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, and is the daughter of Wendy and Jim Wright... has two sisters and a brother... sister Rebecca plays water polo at the University of the Pacific... an Athletic Training major.