Biola University has named former UCLA National Champion Sarah Orozco to lead the new women’s varsity water polo program. The school made the announcement on Friday after having announced the creation of the program in August.
Orozco joins the Biola Athletics staff this summer, in advance of women’s water polo’s first season of competition scheduled for spring 2022. She comes to Biola after spending the 2016-2020 seasons as the assistant coach at Azusa Pacific. Orozco played collegiately at UCLA from 2008-2012, winning a national championship with the Bruins in 2008-09 season.
Orozco excelled at Montebello High School and with Commerce Aquatics prior to her career with the Bruins. She will prepare her new team to begin competition in the spring of the 2021-22 school year.
No coach has yet been announced for the men’s team which will kick off that same scholastic year.