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UCLA Rules: First School to Win 100 NCAA Championships, Ever.

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Can I get an 8-Clap please? We are talking about the most accomplished athletic program in NCAA history.

UCLA Women's Water Polo won a 5-4 victory over Stanford last Sunday afternoon to capture the 100th NCAA Championship title for the school. The women's team has taken home the top honor 3 years in a row with an astonishing three-season record of 90-6.

Bravo ladies.

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