Pacific’s men’s water polo team officially welcomed two players to their roster for next season, and one is a well-known Stockton player.
The Tigers announced the addition of St. Mary’s High School product Matthew Hosmer and Montréal, Québec native Jérémie Côte.
"I'm extremely thrilled to have Matthew and Jeremie joining our men's water polo program," Pacific head coach James Graham said. "Both of them will be able to come in and make immediate impacts not only on our team but also in the (Golden Coast Conference) . They have national team experience and will provide an enormous lift to our offense this upcoming year."
Hosmer has a long history associated with Pacific. His father Todd Hosmer was an All American for the Pacific water polo, and his mother, Christy, was a swimmer for UOP and his sister, Taylor, is currently with the swim team.
Hosmer led the nation in high school scoring this past season with 240 goals.
Côte played four years for the Dollard Water Polo Club where he was named the top scorer his freshman year and National Championship League (NCL) MVP his junior year.
Stockton Christian 67,
Lodi Academy 60
At Lodi, Jay Araya had 24 points and Zane Roidriguez had 11 for the undefeated Eagles. Adam Gates had 15 points for the Titans (1-2).
Bear Creek 70, Granite Bay 33
At Bear Creek, Mya Blake had 30 and Cassidy Byrne had 16 for the Bruins (2-0). Granite Bay is 4-2.
Stockton Christian 58
Lodi Academy 28
At Lodi, Kadyn Pieters had 29 points and 15 rebounds for the Eagles (4-0), and Jaylynn Araya had 11 points. The Titans are 0-2.
St. Mary’s 3, McNair 2
At McNair, Nicolas Dipold, Wesley Ford and Donald Wuellner scored for the Rams (2-0-0). Fabian Cebellos, Ricky Quezada and Jonathan Solorzano had assists for St. Mary’s. McNair is 1-2-0.