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Northwest Water Polo Club Hosts Winter Warrior Clinic During Winter Break

The Northwest Water Polo Club (NWPC) will host their Winter Warrior College Clinic on Dec. 27, 28, 29, and 30.  The Winter Warrior Clinic will feature current and former NCAA athletes from USC, LMU, Redlands, Whittier, and Occidental.  Participants will have the chance to learn basic and advanced water polo skills with position specific coaches attending for centers, center defenders, drivers and goalies.  Dec 27 and 28 NWPC will host a Q&A session where parents and athletes can ask questions about recruiting, academic/sports balance, preparation for college, etc. Winter Warrior is a great opportunity for young water polo players to learn new skills from players with NCAA and international experience. The clinic is open to all athletes, regardless of age, skill level and experience. More information can be found online here.

College Water Polo Skills Clinic and Scrimmage Games

Dec.  27th and 28th, 10:00am-1:00pm @ MI Beach Club             
(500  326 Avalon Dr Mercer Island, WA 98040)

Dec.  29th and 30th, 9:15-10:45am @ Medgar Evers             
(500 23rd Ave  Seattle, WA 98122)

Dec. 27th and 28th:  $45/per day
Dec. 29th and 30th:  $25/per day
All 4 days: $125 (includes Winter Warrior T-shirt)
*$25 discount for NWPC winter session participants

Register Here

About Northwest Water Polo Club
Northwest Water Polo Club offers water polo training and tournaments for athletes of all ages and skill levels. NWPC fields a high school boys team (9th grade and older), high school girls team (9th grade and up), 14u coed program (8th grade and younger), 12u/10u program (age 10-12 and Splashball program (age 5-9). Northwest Water Polo Club is open to athletes of all skill levels from Washington and the greater Seattle area.  NWPC will develop participants fundamental water polo skills while preparing players for high school, national, and collegiate level competition.

Northwest Water Polo Club's Mission
Develop a nationally competitive water polo club by developing athletes of all ages and skills in and out of the water, competing at national and local tournaments, and preparing athletes to compete at the collegiate level.

Our Vision
Create a positive environment for athletes and parents where teamwork and a strong work ethic are highly valued. Northwest Water Polo Club's coaches will motivate, develop, and mentor athletes to achieve excellence both individually and collectively in and out of the water. We hope to grow water polo within the Seattle community and develop a self-sustaining club team recognized for knowledgeable coaches and fundamentally sound, respectful, and competitive athletes.