February 12, 1993 |
Four-time Olympian Terry Schroeder, captain of three U.S. water polo teams, announced his retirement.
July 6, 1986
Jody Campbell, former Stanford star, had four goals Saturday to help the U.S. water polo team defeat Greece, 16-5, for its fourth straight victory at the Six Nations Tournament at Seville, Spain. Terry Schroeder (Pepperdine) and James Bergeson (Stanford) each added three goals and John Vargas (UC Irvine) scored twice for the U.S. team, which plays Spain today for the championship.
November 29, 1986 |
Pepperdine defeated USC, 10-9, in the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. water polo tournament Friday to advance to the semifinals against undefeated Stanford at Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool in Long Beach. And although Stanford cruised to a 23-5 victory over Air Force for its 43rd straight win over two seasons, Pepperdine Coach Terry Schroeder doesn't believe the Cardinal is invincible.
October 3, 1986
The national water polo teams of the United States and Italy, which last meet in the semifinals of the world championships, will play again Sunday at Newport Harbor High School at 5 p.m. Italy defeated the United States, 10-9, in overtime but lost to Yugoslavia in the final in Madrid. The Soviet Union defeated the United States in the third-place game. Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for students. Members of the U.S.
March 17, 1985 |
--Heart patient William J. Schroeder may have missed his son's wedding in Jasper, Ind., over the weekend, but on Saturday he equaled the 112 days' survival record set by his predecessor, Barney Clark. Doctors at Humana Hospital Audubon in Louisville, Ky., had decided that the 90-mile trip to Jasper for the wedding would be too stressful for him. Instead, hospital officials took the wedding to Louisville for a dress rehearsal and dinner, which Schroeder attended.
March 15, 1985 |
Doctors announced Thursday that artificial heart recipient William J. Schroeder will not be permitted to attend his son's wedding this weekend. Implant surgeon William C. DeVries said that despite family objections he had decided it would be too risky for Schroeder to make the 90-mile trip to Jasper, Ind., Saturday for the wedding of his son, Terry Schroeder, and Julie Schnarr.