U.S. women roll in water-polo worlds opener

By Associated Press Stanford alum Jamie Neushul scored a game-high six goals and four-time winner United States began defense of its women’s water-polo title with a 24-2 rout of South Africa at the world swimming championships on Sunday in Budapest, Hungary.

The U.S., Olympic champion and winner of every major competition since the 2013 worlds, leads Group B on goal difference from Spain, which beat New Zeland 10-2.

Italy defeated Canada 10-4 and China began its schedule with an 11-4 victory over Brazil in Group A. The Netherlands, 2015 silver medalist, defeated France 17-2 in Group C, in which host Hungary beat Japan 20-11.

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Source: SF Gate Sports

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