Claremont water polo standout Bruno Snow decides on a college

Bruno Snow, Claremont

Harvard has always been the top college choice for Claremont water polo standout Bruno Snow, even going back to grade school. Well it’s official . . . that’s where he is headed.

“It’s been the top school on my list since I was 6 or 7,” he said. “I just didn’t know if it was an attainable goal so I didn’t really allow myself to focus on that. So I am pretty happy about the opportunity to go there.”

Snow, a four-year varsity standout, was considering a number of other schools including Stanford, UCLA, Brown and Johns Hopkins but he liked Harvard so much he really didn’t have a second choice.

Snow hasn’t “officially” been accepted but has received the customary “likely” letter that that is probably coming soon.

Snow helped the Wolfpack to a CIF championship as a sophomore in 2014. He has scored 116 goals this season and 388 in his impressive career. He also plays for the Foothill Water Polo Club.

He welcomes the change of scenery that comes with moving to the East Coast.

“It is definitely be a big adjustment. I’ll have to get used to cold weather and a change of seasons,” he said.

Snow is undecided on a major.

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

Here’s to our Athletes of Week and the other strong candidates

It’s never easy to decide who is the best of the best in an area with so much athletic talent.

Here are Female and Male Athlete of the week selections for the Daily Bulletin, But I also wanted top recognize the other athletes that were heavily considered this week.

They are:

Dane Ford, Sr., QB, Don Lugo – Connected on 17 of 22 passes for 234 yards and 4 TDs in 31-14 upset of previously undefeated Chaffey. The win keeps the Conquistadores unbeaten in Mt. Baldy League play, tied with Colony.

Jordan Charles, Sr., RB, Ayala – Ran for 254 yards and 2 TDs on 30 carries in 24-21 win over previously unbeaten Claremont. The win keeps the Bulldogs tied for first in the Palomares League along with favorite Glendora.

Image result for Bruno Snow Claremont water polo

Bruno Snow, Jr., Claremont, water polo – Was a key factor in the Wolfpack winning a CIF Division 5 title last year and a reason Claremont is still carrying a No. 1 ranking this season.  Last week he registered 22 goals, 8 asissts, and 12 steals in wins over Diamond Bar, Glendora and Thousand Oaks.

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email