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    • 2014 Junior Olympics Set To Begin This Weekend In Northern California

      7/22/2014 - Huntington Beach, CA - July 22 - The 2014 USA Water Polo Junior Olympics, the world's largest water polo tournament, starts this Saturday in the Palo Alto/San Jose, CA area. Over 10,000 athletes... Read More [+]

      New York Athletic Club Men & Women Sweep 2014 US Open Of Water Polo

      7/20/2014 - La Mirada and Commerce, CA - July 20 - For the second straight year the New York Athletic Club men and women won gold at the US Open of Water Polo. The NYAC Men topped the Olympic Club 12-6 to... Read More [+]

      Olympic Gold Medalist Betsey Armstrong Announces Her Retirement From Women's Senior National Team

      7/17/2014 - Huntington Beach Calif. - July 17, 2014 -- Betsey Armstrong, the most decorated goalkeeper in international women's water polo history, has announced her retirement from the USA Water Polo Women's ... Read More [+]

      USA Men's Youth Team Tops Brazil 10-9 To Win UANA Junior Pan Am Gold

      7/15/2014 - The United States and Brazil meet up in the Gold Medal game of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams played hard but the United States came out on top. The United States came back ... Read More [+]

      USA Women's Youth Team Takes UANA Junior Pan Am Gold With 11-6 Victory Over Brazil

      7/15/2014 - The United States and Brazil matched up in the Gold Medal game of the UANA Junior Pan American Championships. Both teams played hard but the USA came out on top to win the gold medal 11-6. Aria... Read More [+]


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    Ian Supra appears on the cover of the summer issue of SkipShot magazine

    7/17/14

    SupraMan Speaks: Water Polo Player Ian Supra Talks About His Fight With Cancer

    Earlier this year USA Water Polo member and Dr. Phillips High School (Florida) star Ian Supra was diagnosed with a serious form of cancer. Facing immediate treatment and mounting medical bills, the water polo community rallied to assist the young athlete known as SupraMan. In just a couple of months nearly $100,000 was raised for his support. Here's Supra in his own words on his journey from everyday high school water polo player to cancer fighter--and the amazing outpouring that's come his way.

    Texas has seen great growth in water polo in recent years and is ready for more

    5/28/14

    From SkipShot: Water Polo's Bigger In Texas

    The old saying goes that everything is bigger in Texas. Except for many years "everything" didn't include water polo. While the Lone Star state won't be confused with California just yet as the epicenter of American water polo, strides made over the last decade--along with the potential for massive growth in the near future--have placed Texas in a great spot.

    Water Polo in Texas continues to grow at both the club and high school level

    5/15/14

    On The Ground Growing Texas Water Polo

    The record for most goals scored in a single NCAA Men's Water Polo Championship Tournament match is nine. In 1972, UC Santa Barbara's Greg Carey did so against Yale in an opening-round contest. Four years later, Blake Hinman hoisted the same number in his initial game. For which sun-baked Golden State squad did Hinman play? National champions Stanford? Defending title-holders Cal?

    Thanks to Project 2020, many athletes are getting an opportunity to experience the game of water polo

    4/14/14

    Project 2020 & Brenda Villa's New Focus

    In September of 2000, Brenda Villa and her Stanford women's water polo teammates folded themselves into child-size chairs in the library of East Palo Alto Charter School. The team was volunteering in a tutoring program at the school, which serves a low-income, mostly Latino community just east of Stanford University. With her quick smile and fluent Spanish, Villa connected easily with her students. But as the weeks passed she discovered a glaring difference between herself and these children. They were missing out on an experience that Villa had taken for granted as a child--an experience that had changed her life.

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