We are hosting games at Highland Park Pool, outdoors, on the weekend AFTER Labor Day and here is a link to the early news of the schedule. This schedule is due to change.
See other post.
Thank you to everyone who helped out with our ‘Intro to Water Polo’ night. We had a handful of new players AND new Renegades come out!
Posted on the Renegades Facebook page, the tentative game times for The Tiger Classic at Chartiers Valley High School.
Game time change for Tiger Classic. We still need players so comment below if you are free.
Saturday, March 30, 2019, at 5:45 pm, vs. Wolverines
Saturday, March 30 at 7:15 pm, vs. Navy B
Sunday, March 31 at 9:40 am, vs. W&J
Sunday, March 31 at 3:30 pm, vs. Moose B
The CMU Women Tartans are playing in the following games this weekend:
Saturday, March 23, 2019:
Sunday, March 24, 2019:
Come out to watch some good fun water polo and support the women’s team in our second league tournament of the year!
There’s going to be a Jolyn Trunk Show at the viewing deck of the pool on Saturday, March 23. Stop by to buy a new swimsuit, and some of the proceeds will go back to the team!
We had more than a handful of new players attend our practice that night. Success! Great to see the new folks and even a returning state high school swimmer from E.F.
Those who have given their email address to our newsletter coordinator should have gotten this directly.
Located at Cleveland State University with a guarantee of four games. RSVP: The tournament fee of $425.00 will be due on March 26, 2019. Respond if interested.
Membership March Dues: $5 dues can now be paid to Venmo as well as Paypal
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!
Salem’s women water polo players came up Interstate 79 in a team van for a long-session of continual water polo play, scoreless, scrimmage-style. Salem had two on its bench. Renegades had three. Everyone got lots of action.
In the future weeks, Salem’s first games of the season include the opponents of Harvard and Bucknell.
Salem’s squad features three players from Australia (all from Brisbane area), and two from California, plus others from Italy, Greece, Romania, Ohio and The Netherlands. Nearly all of the Salem players are freshmen too.
The event is confirmed. Water polo practice on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, is going to include some out of town college players from Salem, WV. Get over to play, watch, help, cheer, or swim in the other pool from 7:30 to 9 pm.
If you are interested, give Coach Mark a call or text, 412-298-3432.
We had seven players attend on December 11. We’ll do it again on December 18.
New site, 4RS.org, has various invites for aquatic events in Pittsburgh.
Try to attend.