If you're not from California, you probably missed this story. But UCLA just won their 100th NCAA National Championship, making them by far the most dominant sports school in NCAA history. And in what sport did they claim their 100th Championship? Why women's water polo of course. They beat Stanford, a school which Dwyermaker and I have a long standing vendetta against, 5-4. So kudos to you UCLA.
This would have been a much bigger story had the UCLA men's basketball team won the school's 100th Championship at the NCAA Tournament, but since Arron Afflalo sucked against Florida for the second straight year, this is what you get.
So what sports has UCLA picked up their NCAA Championships in? Let's look and see.
Track and Field: 8
Water Polo: 8
Track and Field: 5
Water Polo: 5
The school has also won 21 non-NCAA titles, which includes the 1954 National Championship football team.
About the only sport UCLA sucks at is dwarf tossing, but I don't think that's an officially recognized NCAA sport yet.
And we all know what you're thinking. Great, they won another championship, but are the girls on the water polo team hot? You can conduct your own investigation here.