The most important water polo region in America—contrary to opinions out West—is located primarily in the middle of the country. If the ill-named Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference-West can find a...
Djippov Named Men’s Water Polo Coach for New Westcliff University Program
Augustana College Adds Varsity Water Polo
Gauchos Make Early-season Case for Top Ranking
Biola Adds Men’s, Women’s Water Polo for 20-21 Season
Houston’s Radmonovich Departs Wagner College
Wins by Harvard, Princeton Makes All-Ivy Final in NWPC Tournament
Win over St. Francis Buoys Princeton’s Post-Season Hopes
On the Record with W&J’s Nikola Malezanov
Fan in the Stands: St. Francis vs. Bucknell
Coaches Speak: What Makes A Cutino Award Winner?
The Veazeys of Dallas: How A Swim Family Fell for Water Polo
Varsity Water Polo to Return to Texas
WATCH: Highlights of Cal’s Memorable Season
Baron, Everist Earn Top Water Polo Awards
HIGHLIGHTS: Cal Rallies to Win National Championship
DIGEST: Three-peat Denied. Cal Ousts UCLA, Faces USC for Title
Joy In Berkeley For Harvard Water Polo Fans As Crimson Face USC in Final Four
Harvard Becomes an East Coast Water Polo Power, Thanks to Its West Coast Coach – NYT
With OT Win over Bucknell, Harvard is Beast of the East
HIGHLIGHTS: Harvard Wins OT Thriller, First NCAA Championship Match
A View from the East: An Eventful 2016 Season (So Far)
HIGHLIGHTS: USC Ends UCLA’s Historic 57-game Win Streak
Harvard’s Ted Minnis: Crimson Men’s Polo on the Rise
Wagner Seahawks: Kings of New York Water Polo
Harvard Takes Down Princeton, Falls to St. Francis
UCLA’s Wright Talks Growth and Polo in the East at Princeton Tourney
POLL: Harvard Enters Top 10, UCLA Remains On Top
DIGEST: Men’s Varsity Season Opens Coast to Coast
DIGEST: Big Changes Mark Return of Men’s Varsity Water Polo
Changing of the Guard: Johns Hopkins, NCAA Contender
Three New Men’s Teams Begin 2016 Season
St. Francis Brooklyn: Retooling to Contend for the East’s Top Spot
Wagner College To Add Men’s Water Polo – Wagner College Seahawks
WATCH: Santa Barbara Bans Extended Breath Holding… | News – KEYT
When the University of California system chose to go remote for the entire 2020-21 academic year, the Golden Coast Conference was effectively sidelined for the fall 2020 season. GCC members...
A ball drop at 9 a.m. in Harvard’s Blodgett Pool this past Saturday signaled collegiate water polo’s return to the Northeast following interruptions due to COVID-19. For Fordham men’s water...
When Alyssa Diacono took the head men’s and women’s water polo job at Mount St. Mary’s in March 2020, she had no inkling that a global pandemic was about to...
Actually two conferences—East and West—which will compete for a berth in the national championship, its the Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference East that has represented the East Coast in the past...
The Northeastern U.S.—particularly the large metropolitan areas surrounding Boston and New York City—was perhaps the region hit hardest by the coronavirus. So, it was no surprise that many universities in...
After an almost two-year layoff for many of its teams, starting this weekend the Western Water Polo Association will see all nine of its squads in action, including Biola University,...
After an unbearably long layoff from competition, all nine members of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) will get back in the water on Saturday, September 4. It’s been...
In May 2020, Dr. Bethany Miller, Bible Institute of Los Angles (Biola) University’s Senior Director of Athletics, introduced Rick Nordell as its first head men’s water polo coach. With his...
The condensed universe that is American water polo—and compact it is, with so many coaches, college programs and athletes present and past connected through a shared love for the sport—is...