On this week’s episode: Austin College wins four straight on the road, a conversation with Thunder, ODP, and Braswell Coach Sabrina Carlile, and Joe loses his voice in San Antonio. That amidst worsening news about COVID-19 pandemic as its effects on everyone, including the water polo community, magnify. Powered
There’s too much stuff to cover for a clever description here. How about some bullet points? ODP is over and James is proud of his Southwest Zone boys. Then he whines about two one-goal losses to California teams. Joe insults his ability to coach defense. Joe gets his coaching
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
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 Austin College women put the scare in two strong East Coast D-1 teams at the Bruno Invite but return to Sherman without a win after a very challenging weekend. At the same time NYAC won gold twice at the Spin Lob Tournament completed on Sunday in Austin –
The Spin Lob Tournament is finally here which means a big collection of very talented players are coming to Austin. And if tradition holds, they will *really* enjoy their time here – 6th Street will never be the same. Meanwhile, the AC ‘Roos women are getting some serious pub
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
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