One could say the Pacific men’s water polo team made the most of its time in Cambridge, Mass.

The Tigers went 4-0 in the Bruno Brown Classic, capping the invitational Sunday with a 22-4 win over MIT and a 20-10 win over No. 11 Harvard.

In doing so, Pacific was the only team in the tournament to leave town unbeaten.

Against MIT, the Tigers jumped out to an early lead and take a 17-4 advantage with a period still left to play.

Engin Ege Colak and Luke Pavillard each scored five goals for Pacific, and junior attacker Luis Araya had four goals and six points.

In the win over Harvard, Colak set a season-high with six goals and Pavillard matched a career-high with seven. Goalkeeper John Hedges made 11 saves for a combined 19 on the day.

Pacific will play its home opener Saturday against No. 3 Cal.


St. Mary’s at High Sierra Classic

The Rams played seven total matches over two days at the High Sierra Classic in Reno, winning six to take fifth place in the tournament.

On the tournament’s second day, St. Mary’s defeated Faith Lutheran-Las Vegas 25-19, 25-16 and El Camino-Sacramento 25-13, 27-29, 15-8.

The Rams lost the third set to Homestead-Cupertino by scores of 25-23, 25-21, but rebounded to beat Rocklin 25-23, 22-25, 15-8.

On the day, Anya Green had 28 kills and seven blocks while Allison Eberhardt had 64 assists, two aces and 17 digs for the Rams (9-1).

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