We asked for your input and we really got it. The first week of prep (sorry. high school) water polo ended with St. Mark’s and Foster on top of the tables according to our very first coaches’ panel vote. Then with your nominations we give credit to those high
By Tom Andrew The 2020 high school season is off to an exciting start in TISCA Water Polo’s West Region as we saw 19 boys and girls teams take to the pool last weekend at the Longhorn Spring Invite held at the Texas Swim Center. On the girl’s end,
You’ll know the theme of the show because James and Joe begin the thing by debating whether “prep” or “high school” is the more accurate term (“prep” wins). That’s right, the high school season is actually here with games being played in the West and Houston on Tuesday evening.
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) approved a pilot program to add water polo to its list of sanctioned high school sports, the first to be added in over 20 years. The UIL Legislative Council voted in favor of it on Monday after the Policy Committee approved it at their
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
Coach Scott Slay became the first coach in Texas high school water polo history to lead three different schools to a championship. His Foster High School girls defeated North Texas rivals Southlake Carroll 8-7 in the championship match at the TISCA High School Water Polo Texas State Championships on
Water polo remains a significant priority for the UIL, though the body’s Legislative Council passed on adding the sport at its recent meetings in Austin. TISCA Water Polo Chairman Chris Cullen led the effort to advocate for the sport at the October 21 session and shared this update, quoted in