While a gaggle of kids age 12 and under descended on Houston for the (biggest ever) Dare to Dream Tournament, the varsity women of Austin College will be tested very soon by some of college’s best programs. We talk with Head Coach Mark Lawrence about what training has looked
The calendar has turned and we haven’t talked Texas water polo yet. The wait is over. We’re back along with a lot of Texans who braved the snow of Utah to compete at USA Water Polo’s Olympic Development Program West Region Championships in Kearns. Plus, there’s movement in the
The Austin College women’s water polo team has earned a top-10 ranking as the 2020 NCAA women’s season approaches. The ‘Roos are ranked 10th among all Division III schools in the Collegiate Water Polo Association’s pre-season poll released on Wednesday. Austin College finished its inaugural season with an 8-9
It’s been a monumental year for water polo in Texas. We re-cap the top stories of the year, good and bad. Plus, there’s so much growth going on we have to cover it. And we share a few new year’s resolutions that there’s little chance of us actually following.
This one is for everyone who has asked, “why don’t we hear more podcasts featuring someone driving up I-35?” You’re welcome. It’s the week before Christmas, which means the sport goes largely dormant. But that doesn’t prevent James and Joe from vamping about on-the-ground efforts to grow high school
Austin College completes their second-ever varsity men’s season improved but still looking for more as they go 1-1 against rivals Penn State – Behrend to close out the MPSF Tournament. We talk with Head Coach Mark Lawrence about the tournament, his impressions of the Big Four® as Stanford wins
Yes, the wait is over. We’re back, just in time for the biggest weekend of intercollegiate water polo all year. Could a program not from the Big Four™ win it all? Could we be talking about the Pacific Tigers, National Champions, a week from now? Well, we’ll give you
A frenzied ODP Thanksgiving weekend returns to Texas when two camps will be held back to back, one in North Texas, the other in NE Houston. The season ends for the UT men after a tight opening round loss to Penn State at CWPA Men’s Collegiate Club National Championships.
This week is all about the dedication of this podcast, traveling all over the state to watch three events located well over 300 miles apart. Actually, that’s what Joe did from Wednesday to Monday while James just sat in a chair in Austin. What Joe got to see was