It was a weekend for sports cliché enthusiasts this past weekend as Tea Brook Polo Club’s experienced talent trumped the men’s polo team’s inexperienced talent, 22-11. A veteran-heavy Maryland squad also got past the women’s team’s band of rookies.
“This was our first game playing together,” said junior Rich Weidel, who switched from the No. 1 spot to the No. 3 spot to start the year. “[Junior captain] Bobby [Harvey] and I are both returning starters but we have Max Constant, who is a freshman playing with us. It was a matter of the other team having more experience both individually and as a team playing together. They capitalized on our bad mistakes. They really exploited us that way.”