The United States men's national water polo team is the representative for the United States of America in international men's water polo.
The team is the only non-European squad to win medals in the water polo Olympic tournament, most recently during the 2008 Summer Olympics, where they won a silver medal after losing the final to Hungary 14–10.
1904 — Gold medal (Demonstration event)1920 — 4th place1924 — Bronze medal1928 — Quarterfinals1932 — Bronze medal1936 — First round1948 — Second round1952 — 4th place1956 — 5th place1960 — 7th place1964 — Second round1968 — 5th place1972 — Bronze medal1984 — Silver medal1988 — Silver medal1992 — 4th place1996 — 7th place2000 — 6th place2004 — 7th place2008 — Silver medal2012 — 8th place2016 — 10th place1973 — 5th place1975 — 8th place1978 — 5th place1982 — 6th place1986 — 4th place1991 — 4th place1994 — 6th place1998 — 7th place2001 — 7th place2003 — 6th place2005 — 11th place2007 — 9th place2011 — 6th place2013 — 9th place2015 — 7th place2002 — Preliminary round2003 — Bronze medal2004 — 6th place2005 — Semifinal round2006 — 5th place2007 — 5th place2008 — Silver medal2009 — 4th place2010 — 5th place2015 — 4th place2016 — Silver medal1979 — Silver medal1981 — 4th place1983 — 4th place1985 — Silver medal1987 — 4th place1989 — 8th place1991 — Gold medal1993 — 4th place1995 — 4th place1997 — Gold medal1999 — 6th place2002 — 7th place2010 — 4th placeUnited States men's national water polo team Wikipedia
The following is the American roster in the men's water polo tournament of the 2016 Summer Olympics. ‹See Tfd›
Head coach: Dejan Udovičić2000 Olympic Games —Gavin Arroyo, Tony Azevedo, Ryan Bailey, Dan Hackett, Chris Humbert, Sean Kern, Chi Kredel, Robert Lynn, Kyle Kopp, Sean Nolan, Chris Oeding, Bradley Schumacher, Wolf Wigo, head coach John Vargas.2004 Olympic Games —Omar Amr, Tony Azevedo, Ryan Bailey, Layne Beaubien, Brandon Brooks, Genai Kerr, Daniel Klatt, Brett Ormsby, Jeff Powers, Chris Segesman, Jesse Smith, Wolf Wigo, Adam Wright. Head Coach: Ratko Rudić.2008 Olympic Games —Brian Alexander (alternate), Tony Azevedo, Ryan Bailey, Brandon Brooks, Peter Hudnut, Tim Hutten, J. W. Krumpholz, Rick Merlo, Merrill Moses, Jeff Powers, Jesse Smith, Peter Varellas, Adam Wright, Layne Beaubien. Head Coach: Terry Schroeder, Assistant Coach: Robert Lynn.2009 FINA World Championships — (July 20, 2009, Rome, Italy)Merrill Moses, Peter Varellas, Brian Alexander, Jeff Powers, Adam Wright, Justin Johnson, Layne Beaubien, Tony Azevedo, Ryan Bailey, Tim Hutten, Jesse Smith, J. W. Krumpholz, Genai Kerr, John Mann (alternate). Head Coach: Terry Schroeder, Assistant Coach: Robert Lynn, Assistant Coach: Ryan Brown, Team Leader: Rick McKee.2012 Olympic Games —Tony Azevedo, Ryan Bailey, Layne Beaubien, Shea Buckner, Peter Hudnut, Tim Hutten, Chay Lapin, John Mann, Merrill Moses, Jeff Powers, Jesse Smith, Peter Varellas, Adam Wright
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