The CSU women's water polo team ended its season with a bang, finishing out with a victory on Sunday.
The Rams took the ninth-place spot after winning the game over California State-Monterey Bay at the Western Water Polo Association Tournament Sunday in Davis, Calif.
To get to the ninth-place game, the 12th-seeded Rams fell to the fifth-seeded California State-San Bernardino by a score of 6-3 in the first round of the tournament. The Rams then played California State-East Bay, and the Rams won on a game-winning goal by freshman Annie Quinn with 29 seconds remaining.
With the win over Cal State-East Bay in the second round, the Rams were bumped up to the ninth-place game, where they used their momentum to win their second game of the tournament.
The Rams closed their season on a high note and look to improve on their 8-15 record next year. The team has all 15 players returning so it will all have a year of experience under its belts.