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
If you think that there’s no water polo going on this weekend in Texas we will prove you wrong. The unofficial 8th Grade, 14 and under championships are in Houston with some of the best clubs in the country headed our way for the Champions Cup. Meanwhile, 300 miles
Your mighty ‘Roos returned from Pennsylvania with their first win of the season, a thumping of tournament hosts Washington & Jefferson. We talk about that, upcoming games, and the (still buzzing) UIL decision to add water polo with Austin College varsity Head Coach Mark Lawrence. Speaking of UIL, have
A shortened (and late) episode featuring lots of talking about the upcoming Champions Cup in Houston and the Southside boys who earned themselves a top seed among Texas teams that are participating. Plus, UT removes any doubt about which men’s club team is (currently) second best to A&M after
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.
Texas A&M has now completed another tournament with an unblemished record. Their win over University of Texas on Saturday was the Longhorns’ first Texas Division loss in nearly a decade while the Aggies boast an 8-0 record this week. Meanwhile UT, Houston, and Rice are all 3-1 in crossover
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