Stanford Water Polo Clinics – Sun, Dec 17

Join the Stanford University Water Polo staff (Head Coach John Tanner and assistant coaches Susan Ortwein & Kyle Utsumi), as well as current Stanford players for our annual Holiday Clinics, Sun, Dec 17.

2 clinics designed to be taken together,  Position skill work (2M,Goalies, 2MD, Drivers), as well as shooting and scrimmaging.

Register now by clicking here.



2017-18 Winter Registration

Winter polo begins the week on Nov 27th.
3 groups, High School (9th-12th grade), Age Group (5th-8th grade), and  Jr Polo (2nd-4th grade).

To register be sure you read the flier and register at the link below on TeamSnap.

2017-18 Winter Information and Schedule

** If you are new to the club and signing up for Age Group or High School, or are a returner and lost your caps, you will need to order (use the “click here” link just below), and purchase custom workout water polo caps. (Jr polo players do not need to order caps).
CLICK HERE FOR ALL NEW AGE GROUP & HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS to order your personalized water polo caps for workouts.  There is a one time $82 cost for these caps.

TO REGISTER: New this year, registration is done via TeamSnap.  Click the link below to register for winter water polo.  Click here to register.

If you have questions with registration please contact Bernice at

2017-18 Winter Water Polo

Registration for winter water polo will posted by Tue, Oct 31.
Workouts begin the week of Nov 27.
Jr Polo (4th grade/under & new 5th graders) will be Mon & Wed at Stanford from 6:15-7:30 pm.
Age Group (5th-8th graders) will be Mon & Wed (probably at SHP in the 5:30-8 pm range). Final time will be posted on the reg form.
High School will be Tue & Thur, 6:15-8:30 pm at Stanford.

You can review the 17-18 season schedule by looking at the post on Aug 9.

Fall Age Group & Junior Polo info coming soon

The fall session for 8th grade and under aged girls will begin on August 28. We will post the registration info here after we finish up an exciting weekend at the Junior Olympics! Keep an eye on the website in the next week or so for registration instructions.

Follow this link to last year’s fall info to get an idea of how the season is organized. Please do not try to register using last year’s info! We try to keep details as consistent as we can from year to year. The registration fee may change.

There are no tryouts for the 8th grade and under programs. The year is split into fall, winter, spring, and summer seasons for girls in this age group. Summer is the highest commitment, with four practices each week and games on weekends.

2017 Junior Olympics

Get ready to head south!!  JOs are next week, July 27-30.
Some reminders:

1) Schedule, results, directions and more are on the JO website *click here 
2) The coaches will communicate with their team each day on where to be at what time.   We will also ask teams to drive to other venues to cheer & support other Stanford teams.
3) Everyone must be on time.
4) Players play, coaches coach, referees ref and parents cheer for all in a positive manner.

Below you will find 2 payment buttons.  One is to cover JOs costs (entry fees, flights, car, hotel, gas & food for the coaches, as well as team gear that the players will receive).  The other button is for coaches bonuses if you so choose.


# of players
Athlete(s) names


Bonus Amount
Athlete(s) names

Club Alums earn Collegiate All-Academic honors

Congratulations to all these student-athletes!

Outstanding 3.71-4.0
Emily Fong, Chapman
Eela Nagaraj, Harvard
Anna Yu, Pomona-Pitzer
Keri Clifford, Santa Clara

Superior 3.41-3.7
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

Excellent 3.2-3.4
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