Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Just when LaVar Ball revealed he was the world's biggest a-hole..... a bigger one.

Loser Kathy Griffin with President Trump's severed head.

This mutt will never work again, doesn't she think Trump knows someone?

More importantly what about his child Barron? What harm has this moron done to him?

Burn in hell Griffin.

This is yet another example for you youngsters out there....THINK before you act.

Congratulations Hialeah High's Paola Dominguez-Castro

USAWP Women's Youth National Team

OTC Mural

SE Zone Summer Classic June 10-12, 2017

2017 Women's Division III All-America Team

Checkout Our State of Florida Women All American's

Collegiate Water Polo Association Releases 2017 Women's Collegiate Club All-America Team

BRIDGEPORT, Pa. -- The Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) announces the selection of 85 student-athletes to the 2017 Women's National Collegiate Club All-America Team.
Led by National Player of the Year Kelly Boling of San Diego State University, the student-athletes are broken down into two teams of six field players and a goalie, plus 71 Honorable Mention selections.
Comprised of student-athletes from 40 institutions, the National Collegiate Club All-America team is voted on by representatives from each of the women's club progams in the Collegiate Water Polo Association.  Votes are tabulated with individuals receiving the greatest number of points earning First Team honors.  
An archive of the past All-America Teams (Men's Varsity/Men's Club/Women's Varsity/Women's Club) is available in the Awards & Records section of the league website.

2017 Women's National Collegiate Club All-America Team
Player of the Year:
Kelli Boling (San Diego State University)
First Team:

Sierra Sheeper (Goalie)
California Polytechnic State University
Jessie Smith
California Polytechnic State University
Kelli Boling
San Diego State University
Kayla McGowan
San Diego State University
Sofia Caryotakis
University of California, Davis
Aleya Spielman
University of California, Davis
Megan Wolf
The Ohio State University

Second Team:

Kelley Cartwright (Goalie)
University of California, Davis
Michaela Tillinghast
University of California, Davis
Hannah Sweet 
California Polytechnic State University
Paige Bigley
Dartmouth College
Nicole Ryder
San Diego State University
Christine Wiley
University of California, Los Angeles
Abi Rubio
University of Pittsburgh

Honorable Mention:

Adina Harri (Goalie)
Dartmouth College
Hannah Heemstra (Goalie)
Grand Valley State University
Laura Lee (Goalie)
Knox College
Vivian Zhang (Goalie)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Amy Frey (Goalie)
Pennsylvania State University
Genia Nizkorodov (Goalie)
University of California, Irvine
Cheyenne Porter (Goalie)
University of Central Florida
Sierra Leete (Goalie)
University of Florida
Caley Martinez (Goalie)
University of Notre Dame
Michaella Marshall (Goalie)
University of Texas
Elizabeth Lipps (Goalie)
University of Washington
Reily Bolton (Goalie)
U.S. Air Force Academy
Isabelle Trier (Goalie)
Washington University in St Louis
Eliza Gross
Boston College
Heather Clark
Boston College
Ashley Reischman
Boston University
Taylor Best
California Polytechnic State University
Claudia Macedo
California Polytechnic State University
Willa Langworthy
Carleton College
Megan Smith
Duke University
Kara Vandawater
Grand Valley State University
Jessica Hinderer
Grand Valley State University
Murielle Garbarino
Grand Valley State University
Beth Tsuha
Grinnell College
Maria Vanneri
Grinnell College
Clarice Bernett
Knox College
Emma Newman
Knox College
Michal Andreatta
Lindenwood University
Abby VerMeer
Lindenwood University
Abby Conner
Lindenwood University
Marissa Sendejas
Long Beach State University
Libby Berry
Long Beach State University
Brianna Mullalley
McKendree University
Jilian Eiken
Michigan State University
Clare Wieland
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hayley Bergman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Emily Argentati
Pennsylvania State University
Claire Washabaugh
Pennsylvania State University
Alex Stickler
Pennsylvania State University
Shannon Quinn
Pennsylvania State University
Montana Jackson
San Diego State University
Linden Overbey
Texas A&M University
Rica Generoso
Tufts University
Alex Clark
University of California, Berkeley
Ally Volf
University of California, Berkeley
Lauren Lesyna
University of California, Davis
Emily Gould
University of California, Davis
Gianna Fote
University of California, Irvine
Merri Lightbody
University of California, Irvine
Erin Hollander
University of California, Los Angeles
Cathleen Nguyen
University of California, San Diego
Dakota Porter
University of Central Florida
Alison Mantel
University of Central Florida
Jess Robinson
University of Central Florida
Claire Morrison
University of Colorado
Madison Schelble
University of Colorado
Marcela Gallardo
University of Florida
Maria Marquez
University of Florida
Desiree Cougill
University of Michigan
Elizabeth Kamai
University of North Carolina
Deanna Millunas
University of North Carolina
Kelly Fricke
University of Notre Dame
Renee Chin-Lee
University of Pennsylvania
Sam Sullivan
University of Pittsburgh
Maggie Walker
University of Pittsburgh
Kendra May
University of Texas
Ashley Wilcox
University of Utah
Madeleine Keach
University of Virginia
Jennie Greenstein
Washington University in St Louis
Allison Fernandez
Wellesley College
Taylor Church
Yale University

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Support Wagner Women's Water Polo Team


The Women's Water Polo Team at Wagner College is dedicated to giving back to the community and to those who serve. We have participated in this special event for many years and look forward to another successful run. We at Wagner support the endeavors of this foundation and are extremely proud to support it. 

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Fordham University Water Polo Announces Recruiting Class for 2017 Season

BRONX, N.Y. -- Fordham University water polo coach Bill Harris announced the addition of four players for the 2017 season.

Joining the Rams next season will be Massimiliano Mirarchi (Rome, Italy/Liceo Scientifico Torricelli (Whittier College)), Phillip Wang (San Jose, Calif./Bellarmine College Prep), August Weyandt (Carlsbad, Calif./Carlsbad), and Sam Wheeler (Palos Verdes Estates, Calif./Chadwick).

Mirarchi, a 6-1 attacker, brings a wealth of both collegiate and international experience to the Rams, after graduating from Whitter College in California in May 2017 and playing for the U15 and U17 Italian National Teams.  He just completed three seasons at Whittier, where he was a three-time Division III All-America and an Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) Scholar-Athlete  selection from 2014-16.  He led all Division III players in goals and steals in 2015, setting a single season school record for steals with 92, while having the second-highest single season goal total with 116.  He followed with 97 goals last season to go with 43 assists and 42 steals, as he was named First Team All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) for the third straight year.  A two-time team Most Valuable Player, Mirarchi finished his three seasons at Whittier with 291 goals, 109 assists, and 177 steals.

In the classroom, he was a member of the Dean's and President's List each semester, a three-year Scholar-Athlete Award winner and a member of Sigma Beta Delta, the International Honor Society for Business.

Prior to his time at Whittier, Mirarchi was a member of the U15 and U17 Italian National Teams, which won gold at the U15 10 National Tournament in Serbia, the U17 8 Nations Tournament in Croatia, the U17 16 National Tournament in Italy, and the U17 European National Team Championship in Germany.

Harris on Mirarchi: "Massimiliano brings international experience to our program. He is an intelligent player, who will help us in all facets of the game.  I am confident Massi will be an impact player for us at both ends of the pool."

Wang, a 5-10 driver, was a three-year member of the varsity water polo team at Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose, Calif., where he served as team captain.  He was a 2017 Second Team All-American after earning First Team All-Western Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) and Central Coast Section (CCS) honors.  He also won the 2016 Joe Keenan Most Inspirational Award at Bellarmine.  For club water polo, Wang played for both DACA Water Polo and San Jose Water Polo, where he was the DACA team captain in 2015 and 2017.  Academically, he earned USA Water Polo All-Academic standing three times from 2014-16.

Harris on Wang: "With the loss of RJ Simmons, Phillip will help us fill the void on offense.  He is a smart player with experience, playing on a solid Bellarmine team.  He will be well-prepared for the next level of competition."

Weyandt, a 6-3 two-meter player, was a four-year varsity water polo player at Carlsbad High School in Calif..  A team co-captain as a senior, he was a two-time First Team All-Avocado West League selection (2015-16) and was listed as a 2016 Player to Watch by the San Diego Union Tribune.  He helped Carlsbad to two All-San Diego CIF Division 1 Championships in 2013 and 2014.  Weyandt also played club for Carlsbad Water Polo.  In the classroom, he was a four-year Scholar Athlete and an Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar with Honors.  He also received USA Water Polo All-Academic honors and was named to the San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic Water Polo Team.

Harris on Weyandt – "Weyandt has size and strength, and will work out of the two-meter position backing up Ian Watson and Grant Keesling in that roll. Being a left-handed attacker, he will be an asset that will bring additional opportunities to our offense."

Wheeler, a 6-1 utility player, was a four-year varsity water polo player at the Chadwick School in Palos Verdes, Calif..  A senior year captain, he was a three-time team MVP and First Team All-League selection.  During his senior campaign, he was selected as the league's MVP and earned All-South Bay honors for the second time.  In addition to his play at Chadwick, Wheeler played for the Palos Verdes Water Polo Club, which won the 2017 KAP7 Tournament Championship, while taking second at the Turbo Cup.

Harris on Wheeler: "Sam has size and speed.  During his high school career, he had the opportunity to play at Chadwick for former Olympian Robert Lynn. He will add needed depth to our program and will contribute all four years here in the Bronx."

Release courtesy Fordham University Athletics Communications

ATTENTION PARENTS: Your first step towards a successful swimmer/water polo player starts here...

Pool time is here!!! 

Please consider getting your children water safe & more experienced in the water this summer! Private swim lessons can get them acclimated & teach them additional strokes that help them respect the water & love it too!! #guppyacademy #SWIMLESSONSSAVELIVES #certifiedswiminstructor #gofishygo

***Richard Cook is a former 1st Team All Broward County water polo player from South Broward High, a student at FAU as well as a coach with the Scots Water Polo Club. 

Monday, May 29, 2017

South Florida Surf Style

Higher Tides was born from the ocean, but our surf lifestyle doesn’t stop where the land meets the sea. We pride ourselves in providing custom designed apparel for every waterman or woman.

Higher Tides is owned by South Floridian Ryan Heigel. Ryan is well known as a highly accomplished surfer & water polo player/coach.



Juliana Freire

Somewhere in Hawaii

Gigi Chavez

Ft. Lauderdale High

Mahalo Ke Akua

1 year ago today I made the hardest decision of my life. I was not in a good place, my mentality was focused on the negative NEVER positive. I had to move 4000 miles away, completely isolate myself, have near death experiences both in and out of the water to truly find out who I am as a person, a person I'm proud of. I'm done pushing myself to impress others. I'm pushing myself for ME. Hawaii has an energy. A special energy from the mountains to the ocean, something that cannot be explained. A connection to Mother Nature. Mahalo Ke Akua. I would not be here without YOU. Also @jack_martin18 @dad @mom@ant_vision @clydehyatt cause I honestly don't know what the f@ck I would be doing without surfing or skateboarding.

AJ Martin

Emily Aron

Dewey Point, Yosemite National Park

Rough play during the Champions League Final Game 2017