They will represent the U.S. at the 30th Summer Universiade from July 2-14 in Naples, Italy. Team USA finished in ninth place finish in 2017.
Turner, a goalkeeper, was part of the FINA World Cup last fall in Berlin, recording eight saves in a victory over South Africa.
The Fremont native, a redshirt junior last season, earned Division II Player of the Year honors after leading UC San Diego to the National Collegiate Water Polo Championship Semifinals. He was an All-Western Water Polo Association First-Team selection and was named WWPA Tournament MVP.
Langiewicz, a redshirt junior, was second on the Tritons with 35 goals and led the team with 53 drawn exclusions en route to landing on the All-WWPA Second Team. The San Marcos native also earned NCAA All-Tournament Second-Team honors.
Stanford has five representatives on the team, UCLA has four, and like UCSD, USC has two.
UC San Diego’s water polo team (20-6) had its second-best winning percentage in program history last season (.769), and finished No. 5 in the nation in the final Top 20 poll. The team won the WWPA Championship for the 19th time in school history.
– Staff reports
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