|1||Andrea Dubin||Goal||G||Detroit, MI|
|2||Lyndsy Muri||Driver||2||Ashland, MA|
|3||Jenn Tilton||Driver||2||Jupiter, FL|
|4||Calley Murphy||Utility||3||Troy, MI|
|6||Helen Feng||2M||G||Cupertino, CA|
|8||Samantha Harper||Driver||1||Los Angeles, CA|
|9||Katie Lee||Driver||2||Fremont, CA|
|10||Lauren Hernley||2M||G||Elizabethtown, PA|
|11||Teri Oehmke||2M||2||East Lansing, MI|
|15||Becky Romatoski||Driver||G||Woodbury, MN|
|16||Laura Stoppel||Driver||G||Boca Raton, FL|
|22||Kate Candon||Driver||1||Rutland, VT|
|24||Marion Cosson||Driver||3||Cambridge, MA|
After competing in synchronized swimming for 9 years and speed swimming for 4 years, Blair made the switch to water polo when she went to college. She played for the University of Texas at Austin for 4 years, where she was captain her senior year. She then went to MIT for grad school and played for the MIT club team and Boston MetroPolo for 3 years. She has also spent time playing for master's teams in Austin, San Antonio and Philadelphia, but due to a shoulder injury had to retire. Blair now coaches the MIT Women's Club Polo team.
Matteo started his water polo career in Sardinia (Italy) when he was 13. He played for 4 years in the Sporting Club San Gavino youth team and then he moved to the Sportgest Sestu. He played at Sestu for 6 years in the Italian C division. After moving to Spain he joined the University of Granada water polo team and played there for 5 years in the first regional division. In 2011 he moved to Boston and now he plays for Boston MetroPolo and coaches MIT women’s team.