Men’s water polo claims close overtime victory against Long Beach State

LONG BEACH, Calif. — Fans packed into Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center Saturday night, ready to see the underdog take on the two-time defending champions.

The raucous No. 7 Long Beach State (6-1) crowd disrupted the communication between coach Adam Wright and his Bruins, resulting in a close and hard-fought 8-6 overtime victory.

It didn’t have to be that close, but it was.

“It is a win, and I guess that’s good in the end,” said junior utility Alex Roelse. “But we’re really here to...

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