American Water Polo is adopting a new policy, effective March 20, 2019. The purpose is to provide the safest possible environment for our athletes to enjoy the great sport of water polo.
The certification process involves these elements:
A coach must complete and submit all three certifications to become AWP Safety Certified (AWPSC). As of March 15th, only coaches that are AWPSC will be listed as active members and covered by AWP insurance policies.
Every club is required to have at least one individual that is AWPSC on deck during an activity involving AWP member athletes. Teams without an AWPSC coach will be ineligible for AWP competition.
Time and Cost
We recognize that these certifications will take the following time:
We appreciate your efforts and want to partner with you to keep your athletes safe and healthy. That is why American Water Polo will pay all costs involved with obtaining background clearances and Safe Sport Training (HEADS UP training is free).
Thanks in advance for your participation!
CMU is hosting a water polo tournament for college women this weekend
Draft schedule for September 7 & 8, 2019
email update from March 24, 2019
Schedule of Games at Chartiers Valley with the Tiger Classic
Introduction to water polo at Chartiers Valley High School — clinic on Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Email newsletter update
Feature article of player in the Peters Township magazine — Yeah Jocelyn!
Updated: Out of town visitors joined for scrimmage on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, at CV