- The USA Men will take on Russia in Super Final quarterfinal action at 1pm et/10am pt on Friday. 2 hours ago
- Tonight is the #NBADraft...with that in mind if you were drafting a water polo team. Who is your first pick? #Draft2017 5 hours ago
- Great news, women's water polo is returning to Salem International University. siutigerpride.com/news/2017/6/22… @SIUTigers #waterpolo #WestVirginia 7 hours ago
- Johnny Hooper out in Russia making passes to himself and finishing on the lob. One of his goals in a win over Kazak… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 8 hours ago
- RT @usawpODP: What a week for the Development Nat Team Girls! A walk along the Golden Gate Bridge & a visit with Olympic Legend Mo O'Toole!… 11 hours ago
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Water polo cages are vital to any practice, scrimmage, or game. Unlike a basketball net in a court or a soccer goal on a field, water polo cages are removable. Each and every water polo practice, a few “lucky” players get the privilege of … Continue reading
Mikasa is a common brand of water polo ball for players at all levels of skill and competition. Mikasa offers a wide variety of sizes and kinds of water polo balls.
The CJ 279 sports writers used CoverItLive to live blog the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft picks. We all logged into the blog around 6 in the evening, or a little bit later. I logged in at about 6:20.
Come join the sports writers of CJ279 to live blog the first round of the NFL draft at 6pm on Thursday, April 28, 2011! Click here to join.
Water Polo players spend hours practicing drills like the one in this video. That way, in the chaos of the game (like the one at the end of the video) they know what to do without thinking about it.
Recently there have been some questions about whether or not Duke City Aquatics will be hosting its annual tournament this year. To find out the truth, I spoke with Duke City Aquatics coach Janet Lyon-Huffman this afternoon. She informed me … Continue reading
The first annual Grier Laughlin Memorial Tournament, April 2-3, 2011, was a success. The Denver Post wrote a piece about the tournament, which can be read here. More information about Laughlin and the tournament can be found in my previous post, “Colorado … Continue reading