Mainly, a recap of the past weekends tournaments in North Texas, including some mild scolding of certain individuals who are unaware of the tourney guidelines about wearing masks (!). Then a conversation with Austin native and UOP freshman poloist Cooper Gaderson on becoming part of a highly successful collegiate
In this TXWaterpolo Interview we speak with another of the USA’s water polo legends, 3-time Olympian, 2008 Olympic silver medalist, NCAA Champion and MVP, and now assistant under Coach Terry Schroeder at Pepperdine University. He, along with Adam Wright, Matt Farmer, and Maxwell Irving were in Dallas last week
Another star-studded show as we welcome two athletes vying for spots on the 2020 USA Men’s Olympic Water Polo Team. Maxwell Irving and Matthew Farmer were in Dallas last week to help Coaches Adam Wright and Merrill Moses lead a series of clinics with athletes from all over Texas.
Today it’s a special guest for our first full length interview of season two of the Pod. His name is well known to those familiar with American water polo. It’s Adam Wright, head coach of the UCLA Bruins and an Olympic Silver medalist himself. The coach was in Dallas
Can you believe it? Season 2 of the TXWaterpolo Podcast kicks off with a bang featuring two of the biggest names in American water polo, Adam Wright and Merrill Moses, both visiting Dallas to school some Texas youth on fundamentals. UCLA Head Coach Adam Wright talks (in the car)
We’re coming up on season two of the show (thanks for all your support!) and today cover some ODP coaching changes and cancellations, the victors of our Best of Texas Tournament, and more. Then legendary Naval Academy coach Mike Schofield speaks with Joe about the Texans who helped his
We resurrect the Best of Texas idea, this time focusing on the great high school programs in Texas history. Check that out in the second segment where we lay out the brackets for our newest stunt. It’s kinda like selecting the greatest ever NFL franchise which, I’m sure everyone
Justin Pudwill ended a hugely successful 10 years at the helm of Whittier College’s men’s and women’s water polo programs to make his Houston return and take advantage of some slightly lower home prices compared to pricey SoCal. His journey started in Huntington Beach though, and he and Joe