The Men's Club Water Polo team found much success in the 2011 season, as they went 7-1 during the regular season. The most memorable match of the regular season came in a sudden death OT win over the University of Delaware, which gave the team a boost going into MAC Championships. The Quakers went to the division championships looking to return to Collegiate Nationals. With wins over Pittsburgh and Drexel, Penn faced Villanova in their home pool to decide which team would take the trip to Nationals. The result was a crushing one-goal loss to the Wildcats to cap off an otherwise solid season.
Although division play would be over, the Quakers spend the last weekend in October at Harvard University playing in the prestigious Ivy Championships. Unfortunately, Penn took three one-goal losses to Yale, Dartmouth, and Cornell.
The 2011 season ended with the Quakers on the wrong side of a few close games, but with the addition of incredible talent young and old, Penn looks to with the MAC Championships and play in Oregon for the Collegiate Nationals.