The Waves line up their defense versus the Tigers on Oct. 18 at Raleigh Runnels Memorial Pool. The Waves forced the Tigers to 7-for-31 shooting despite the hot start by the Tigers. Photos by Brandon Rabsamen
Five different Waves found the back of the net —freshman attacker Sandor Gal led the team and netted four goals.
The Waves struck first with Gal getting the Waves on the board with the first goal of the game. Then, Princeton had their way with four straight goals.
The Waves answered Princeton’s aggression and had a 5-2 run of their own throughout the second and third quarters.
The Waves look to use this momentum in the next matchup versus No. 5 USC on Oct. 22.
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