Werner '16 CCS/Mercury News Water Polo Player of the Year

Posted: December 18, 2015

Ryan Werner '16 was named Central Coast Section (CCS) water polo player of the year, which also makes him the Mercury News' player of the year. Werner scored 87 goals this season, including six in the 10-9 victory over Menlo Atherton, to help the Bells win the CCS Division I championship.

Coach Colin Mello told the Mercury News "He scored a lot of goals for us, especially down the stretch. He's got a lot of different aspect to his game - he can go in and post up and get goals that way. But really, for us at the end of the season, he was scoring a lot on the perimeter."

Bellarmine players named to CCS/All Mercury teams include:

First Team

Patrick Kirk '16
Logan MacDonnell '16
Ryan Werner '16

Second Team

Chase Kerley '16
Anthony Rethans '18

San Jose Mercury News Coverage

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