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’s water polo team has earned a top-10 ranking as the 2020 NCAA women’s season approaches. The ‘Roos are ranked 10th among all Division III schools in the Collegiate Water Polo Association’s pre-season poll released on Wednesday. Austin College finished its inaugural season with an 8-9
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