American Water Polo

BRIDGEPORT, Pa. -- Kap7 co-founders Brad Schumacher and Wolf Wigo, in association with American
Water Polo, present the next Tip of the Week. This week's video features instruction on coaching.

The series was filmed at Villanova University by the league's Multimedia Department and highlights critical
skills that are important for beginner to advanced water polo players.

Part of American Water Polo's continuing drive to supply pertinent skill information to the league's membership
and the water polo community at large, the drills and skills demonstrated in each of the Tip of the Week videos
are designed to aid players improve their games and grow the sport.

 

 

BRIDGEPORT, Pa. -- The Perkasie Pirates Water Polo Club, a 501(c)(3) organization, which promotes youth
water polo in Upper Bucks County, Pa., is seeking a part time water polo coach to work with youth water polo
clinics and to coach youth competitive teams.  This position will involve coaching of middle school aged and
high school athletes.  Candidates should have experience playing water polo with Collegiate club or varsity
teams and/or should have significant youth water polo coaching experience with demonstrated success. 
Competitive compensation is available with the rate of compensation commensurate with qualifications and
experience.

Candidates should be available on Monday evenings and/or Saturday mornings.  All practices will be at
Pennridge High School, 1228 N 5th Street, Perkasie, PA 18944.  Competitions are typically on various
weekends throughout the year.  The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to gain experience as
a high school boys' water polo JV coach and will have the opportunity to coach 3 to 5 days a week depending
on the candidate's availability.

Current Act 34, 151 and Act 114 FBI clearances are required.  Expenses incurred applying for necessary
clearances will be reimbursed.

Interested candidates should submit a resume and/or a letter of interest to Ken Vincent at kvincent@temple.edu. 
Questions can be directed to Ken Vincent by email or by voice or text at 484-223-7243.