Congratulations to the Stanford Club athletes who earned USA Water Polo Academic All-American honors!
Alison Berg, Emma Brezoczky, Michelle Fang, Madison Higginson, Kara Jacobsen, Christina Kulick, Georgia Lewis, Madison Lewis, Madison Menard, Devon Ottinger, Nadia Paquin, Madeline Pendolino, Claire Pisani, Anna Rajaratnam, Christina Steinmeier, Olivia Tobin, Sarah Tom
Congratulations to all these student-athletes!
Emily Fong, Chapman
Eela Nagaraj, Harvard
Anna Yu, Pomona-Pitzer
Keri Clifford, Santa Clara
Audrey Flower, Brown
Julia Ponce, Fresno Pacific
Sam Acker, Harvard
Sami Strutner, Harvard
Rebecca Koshy, Iona
Susan Cantoni, Marist
Morgan McCracken, Pomona-Pitzer
McKenna Yates, San Jose State
Emma Allegrucci, Santa Clara
Donya Dehnad, UCLA
Shelbie Higginson, Cal-State East Bay
Maggie Ball, George Washington
Mackenzie Rosenthal, Indiana
Shannon Taliaferro, Marist
Tayler Peters, San Jose State
Cathy Cantoni, Santa Clara
Maddie McDonald, Santa Clara
Nicole Reynolds, UCLA
Averi Westerman, UCSD
Stanford girls featured in a post on @usawp 🙂
The first shipment of books is making its way across the country — they will be here by Thursday! In the meantime, take a sneak peak at the Foreword (written by JT), the Prologue, and Chapter 1: The Journey, which features Brenda Villa.
For more info and to order books, visit sydneyssilverlining.com
Congratulations to three Stanford club alums who earned Collegiate All-American Honors!
• Caroline Anderson, Michigan (Division I, Honorable Mention)
• Emily Fong, Chapman (Division III, Honorable Mention)
• Julia Ponce, Fresno Pacific (Division II, Second Team)
Michigan sophomore and Stanford club alum Caroline Anderson was named CWPA Player of the Week. Congratulations, Caroline! Good luck with the rest of your season.
Fun Q&A with club alum Katherine Moore of the Michigan Wolverines!
Winter water polo begins the week of Nov 30th.
We will train 3 weeks, take 2 weeks off for the holidays, then begin Jan 4th through the first week of Feb.
All High Schoolers – Tue & Thur, 6:15-8:30 pm at Stanford.
Age Group (6th-8th) – Mon & Wed, 5:30-7:45 pm at Sacred Heart Prep.
Jr Polo (5th grade/under) – Mon & Wed, 6:15-7:45 pm at Stanford.
Registration & more information will be posted here on Nov 8th. All signups are on a first come first serve basis with payments made online.
Please renew your USA Water Polo membership starting on Nov 1. Because winter polo is in both 2015 & 2016 be sure to renew now so you can train and compete in Jan. For new and less experiences players be sure you complete the verification of birth, and everyone must be a member of Stanford water polo. Don’t wait please, renew Nov 1st.
The Stanford Girls Water Polo Club has a long history of hosting events and matches for the women’s national team and Olympic team. How long a history? Since the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, the debut of women’s water polo in the Olympics, when we hosted Team USA and Russia for the “Sendoff to Sydney.” These two teams went on to win the silver and bronze medals at the Olympics.
The gold medal game in Sydney between the United States and Australia was played in front of the largest water polo crowd ever – 17,000 spectators – and the teams battled to the last second.
Kyle is dropping everything – teaching and coaching (except for the fall age group team!) – to write the story of women’s water polo’s long-overdue inclusion in the Olympics and Team USA’s journey to Sydney.
Stanford’s role as host of the Sendoff to Sydney will feature in the story!
Check out the book website and like the Facebook page. Please forward these links to your high school teammates and families. There will be a Kickstarter campaign launching on September 23 – the 15th anniversary of the gold medal game!
Stay tuned for more!
USA Water Polo has released the list of Academic All-Americans. This honor is awarded to students in the 10th, 11th and 12th grades, who achieve a GPA of 3.6 or higher.
Sam Acker, Emma Allegrucci, Kate Atherton, Catherine Bick, Berkeley Cannestra, Kristen Denney, Alina Drebin, Claire Drebin, Audrey Flower, Kate Francis, Katie French, Alexa Grau, Maddie Higginson, Janis Iourovitski, Malaika Koshy, Jenna Kotcher, Jennifer MacAulay, Maddie Pendolino, Anna Rajaratnam, Medini Rastogi, Clara Romani, Samantha Stebbins, Carmen Steinmeier
Combined with the boys, Stanford’s 47 Academic All-Americans led the nation!
Congratulations and keep up your great work in the classroom!