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Water Polo

Welcome to Water Polo at Eagle Aquatics

Skyline Water Polo and EAT have joined together to help offer this amazing sport to all our swimmers and new swimmers. Water Polo is a great add on to swimming and a fun new way to experience the water.

We have some awesome coaches who have dedicated a lot of time to help Skyline build their high school club program and want to help build an age group program.

To Join, go to our Registration page. You can register for just water polo or as an add on to our swim program. You must register for a USA water Polo membership. This is a requirement and you must provide your memerbship information to a coach at your first practice. A bronze level ($40) is all that is needed to play for Skyline, but you can upgrade the membership later if you would like. You can come try water polo, one time, at any time at no cost to you.

USA Water Polo Membership Information

Summer Schedule: 

13 and Under splashball/water polo introduction: Monday & Wednesdays 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

13 and Over: Water Polo: Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Coaches:

Peter Brooks: Peter grew up in California and Utah. He swam age group in Utah and was coached by Joe when he was 12 or 13. He has been coaching for more than 15 years. He is married with 5 children (1 currently swimming at Skyline). Peter loves fly fishing, ultra marathons, triathlons and spending time with his family outdoors. His favorite part about coaching is seeing athletes improve and accomplish things they don't think they can do. Something most people don't know about Peter is that he can gut a fish with his bare hands (no really... he can). The hardest thing he has ever done is the Iron man triathlon or a 100 mile ultra marathon. The movie he can quote word for word is " A River Runs Through It". Peter loves Polo and several of kids play and are collgiate athletes.

 

 

Larry Jackson: Swam in high school and coached water polo at Highland High for 15 years, then at Rowland Hall and East High. He helped start the Park City Water Polo program and led them to several state championships. He later coach at the University of Utah and was instrumental in coaching them into a Top 10 Standing. He has a passion for this program and wants to see it succeed.

 

Ryan Winterton