It’s a collegiate club bonanza this week as James and Joe pontificate about the short but intense season that is CWPA Texas Division club water polo. Then, a conversation with the (undefeated) Aggies’ team captain Kinley Foster, and Joe’s memories of how the whole club thing came to Texas.
Men’s collegiate club water polo takes center stage in College Station this weekend. Twenty Texas Division men’s matches are slated to take place at Texas A&M’s Student Rec Center beginning on Saturday. Two of the nation’s top ranked teams, No. 10 University of Texas and 14th ranked Texas A&M,
James and Joe open with this past weekend’s TISCA Clinic where some encouraging signs for water polo emerged, plus a little ODP recap as the season kicks off. Then Mark Lawrence talks about the results of the Davis Roundup for his Austin College ‘Roos. And then the podcast is
The 2019-20 ODP season is upon us with Camp 1 in Austin on Sunday and an expanded competition format. Plus we update the fall tournament schedule including results for the recently completed Armadillo Classic. And some early-season rumblings within men’s collegiate water polo. Could UC Santa Barbara finish the
The Austin College ‘Roos men return from Navy without a win but with increasing confidence and noticeable improvement. That according to Head Coach Mark Lawrence who talks with us about the trip, but not before news from Texas high school water polo where there’s been an abrupt change of
Kalissa Niles, water polo athlete at Foster High School in Richmond, is not only a member of Texas’ best girls high school team, but has earned the notice of Houston’s Fox TV for her academic prowess. With a GPA of 3.9 on a 4.0 scale, the “Criminal Minds” fan
Reprinted in its entirety. Originally posted on Total Waterpolo on 7 September, 2019. The Executive Board of the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (TISCA) removed Chris Cullen from his position as Chairperson of the body’s Water Polo Committee last Wednesday. Cullen’s appeal to be re-instated by the Board was
Over 30 teams participated in 66 matches at the recently completed Zilla Beach Water Polo Tournament on Lake Travis near Austin. There we caught some of the action from above, and talked with athletes from all over the state. Plus, interviews with the tournament host and the facility owner.
It’s NCAA men’s water polo season, which means more rank speculation about how Austin College will fare in it’s second varsity season. And what should Texas athletes expect if they are interested in playing varsity or club ball in college? Joe spreads a wealth of knowledge and James nods
Thirty-three youth teams played 67 games in Lake Travis while dodging boat wake, zebra mussels, and beverage-sipping spectators lounging on innertubes. The first of (perhaps) many Zilla Beach Water Polo Tournaments in Austin is over with some good results for local teams and widespread praise from athletes and parents