We’re back after an extraordinary week, one in which multiple water polo events were cancelled, including our show, which succumbed to multiple and unpredictable power outages. We talk about the week that was, chopping wood, wearing winter clothing indoors, boiling water (oh yeah, we didn’t actually talk about that
Austin College’s first weekend slate of games against Air Force didn’t end the way they’d prefer. They now fly to Colorado Springs to face Cal Baptist and the Falcons again this weekend. Meanwhile, Texans ripped it up across the country from Fresno, to Thousand Oaks, to the East Coast,
We’re back! Joe moved (again) and abandoned the show for a couple weeks. But he’s returned with news of a spring water polo season soon to get underway. Plus updates on the Dare to Dream Tournament, ODP past and future, changes in leadership for the Southwest Zone, speculation on
In a year like no other for the entire globe, but also for our resilient Texas water polo community, we close the book on the dreadful 2020 reminiscing about two and a half normal months followed by endless efforts to make things as normal as reasonable during a pandemic.
Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to everyone! Since y’all have been good this year, Texas water polo fans, our gift to you is a conversation with the legendary Tony Azevedo (even though it’s now four days after Christmas. We’ve been busy). In a very frank discussion Tony opines on
Over one hundred athletes descended on Lewisville for the second ODP clinic of the season on Nov. 29. The turnout was great but the pool was crowded! Perhaps some changes afoot with the next ODP clinic, as James and Joe discuss. Then the first interview with brand new St.
Wishing all our generous and loyal listeners a wonderful Thanksgiving week, we keep the show short and amateurish with some dodgy audio quality, but some good info on how this Sunday’s ODP clinic will play out, and about Joe’s new house (their offer was taken). Plus, Joe makes fun
Texas has now hosted two late-year tournaments since the pandemic struck us in March. What have we learned from those events and how might those lessons apply to competition in our state and beyond as the situation remains hopeful but also very uncertain. The Texas Challenge Cup ended on
It’s election week, which means… not much. This is a water polo podcast. We skate over the complexities of national politics and head straight to the Covid-19 guidelines for the upcoming Texas Challenge Cup and whether they will influence those that are implemented at the Texas Age Group Championships
We’re two weekends out from the Texas Challenge Cup in Lewisville and The Colony at which several teams from the West Coast will compete in addition to many of Texas’ most well-known clubs. So what are the rules that will govern the tournament as we know it? We got