James lost the last segment that he recorded with Joe. Let’s get that out of the way. #SubParPodcast But oh boy, did they make up for it with a scintillating conversation about the Austin College men, who were forced to cancel two trips and several games due to Snowmageddon-2021.
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,
For there not being a lot going in in the water polo world there’s… quite a bit going on. For one, the collegiate season, in its truncated form, has kicked off. Austin College men return to the pool versus Air Force this weekend after a slate of games in
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
[arve url=”https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrQfKVSjD7sW-MqufNt7TJVjYYeUvnzEJ” /] The first two of several Southwest Zone Town Hall meetings are now available via the YouTube playlist embedded above. Zone Chairperson Robert Albach and leading referee Angela Uno both spoke with Joe Linehan about the sport’s new rules and the overall state of the zone.
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