It’s the 50th and final TISCA High School Water Polo Championship this weekend. We give a bit of a tribute to just how impressive that run has been especially in comparison to prep water polo elsewhere in the USA. Plus, Austin College will vie for a national championship after
The ODP season is pretty much done except for National Team Selection Camp and our Southwest Zone athletes and coaches have returned from National Championships with some good results. Plus, Austin College remains the top-ranked team in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Division III poll and head to Ohio
Yeah, this is vary late. Recorded on 2/23 it covers the recently concluded Spin Lob tournament in Austin and precedes the Thunder Spring Invite which took place in Lewisville on February 26-27. And now the high school season is here! Much more to come of that but first, reminisce
St. Mark’s lived up to its TXWaterpolo top ranking and defeated a very game Dawson High School to win its 9th boys’ state title in Cy-Fair last Saturday. We talk with a soaked Trent Calder, first-year head coach of the Lions, about his comeback win. And the summer schedule
A jam packed show where we recap an exciting girls high school championship tournament where Flower Mound came away with the trophy with their win over Southlake Carroll. But perhaps the biggest news of the week: Junior Olympics are coming to Texas. We talk about that in detail and
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,