Tilly Kearns scores six in USC women’s water polo’s 18-5 win over San Jose State


San Jose, California. — A final 18-5 Trojan victory at the West Valley College Aquatic Center today saw a 13-ball surge for the third-ranked USC women’s water polo team to keep host No. 13 San Jose State out of reach. Tilly Carnes set a career high with six goals, and Bailey Weber Four more were added to the Trojan Horse cause to help make it a victory weekend for USC. The Trojans improved to 15-2 overall and 4-0 in MPSF after a 10-8 win over Stanford at the weekend.

The game against the Spartans got off to an early start as San Jose State tied the game early and was well within the middle of the second quarter. With the Spartans out, USC turned a 5-4 run into an 18-4 lead in the fourth quarter as the Trojans scored 13 straight goals throughout the third quarter , while shutting out San Jose State University.goalkeeper Erin Sapp Runs some distance in the cage for the Trojans, making six saves, including a stop on SJSU’s 5-meter free throw in the first quarter.

Kearns and Webb accounted for USC’s first six goals, and Kearns’ fourth goal ignited USC’s 13-goal scoring onslaught that stretched into the fourth . Page Hausschild In the last minute of the first half, he counterattacked and Webber made a three-pointer Grace Tehani Came up with an interception to feed Webb’s counter and make it 8-4 USC at halftime.

The third time, the Trojan defense kept the Spartans silent, Mirea Girard and Julia Yanoff Added to the score sheet, and Kearns scored two more goals near Webb’s fourth quarter for a career-high to help USC lead 13-4 going into the fourth. There, Tehani cut into her first score and Girard added another. Then it was the turn of USC freshmen to strike. Honnie Vandeweghe-O’Shea Put two goals around a brilliant shot Isabella Zimmerman Ended USC’s 13-0 rebound. The Spartans broke the silence 6-5 with 2:51 left, and USC was on its way to a final 18-5 victory.

Next up for the Trojans is another MPSF road trip next weekend as USC visits ASU in Tempe on Saturday (April 9) for a 1 p.m. clash.

#3 USC 18, #13 San Jose State 5
April 3, 2022 | West Valley College Aquatic Center (San Jose, CA)
USC 4 – 4 – 5 – 5 = 18
SJSU 2 – 2 – 0 – 1 = 5

University of Southern California– Tilly Carnes 6. Bailey Weber 4. Mirea Girard 2, Honnie Vandeweghe-O’Shea 2, Page Hausschild, Julia Yanoff, Grace Tehani, Isabella Zimmerman.
SJSU – Cila David 3, Clarissa Wandinger 2.

save: Erin Sapp (USC) 6, Hannah Henry (SJSU) 3, Elaine Davey (SJSU) 7.

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