Tigers celebrate inaugural Pacific Cup

Eight of the top men's water polo teams in the country converged on University of the Pacific for the inaugural Pacific Cup April 13-14 at the Chris Kjeldsen Pool at the Douglass M. Eberhardt Aquatics Center.
Pacific competed against USC, University of California, Irvine and the USA Youth National Team, showcasing an array of talent. The Tigers fell narrowly to USC but bounced back with a victory over Irvine. On Sunday, the Tigers put up a spirited performance but ultimately fell to the USA Youth National Team.
Stanford was crowned the 2024 Pacific Cup champions after defeating UCLA in the finals 14-12. Stanford's Griffen Price was named top goalie, claiming victory in all three games. 
Pacific's Mihailo Vukazic was the top goal scorer with 13, including a game-high six goals in the victory over UC Irvine. 
Pacific Cup Results
Game 1: California 17, USA 6
Game 2: Stanford 14, SJSU 9
Game 3: UCLA 13, UC Irvine 8
Game 4: USC 11, Pacific 10
Game 5: USA, SJSU 9
Game 6: Stanford 12, California 9
Game 7: Pacific 14, UC Irvine 13
Game 8: UCLA 8,  USC 7
Game 9: UC Irvine 16, SJSU 11
Game 10: USA 12, Pacific 9
Game 11: California 12, USC 11
Game 12 (Championship): Stanford 14, UCLA 12