Men's Water Polo Camps
Attending men's water polo camps isn't just a way to spend intensive days playing the sport you love. Summer water polo camps can be invaluable for your college water polo recruiting process, and help you gain the skills and exposure to become the kind of water polo student-athlete college coaches are lookin for. Finding the right water polo camp near you from the list above can feel daunting -- but it doesn't have to.
2019 Men’s College Water Polo camps
We have pulled together a list of every men’s college water polo camp in the country with the date and cost for each camp. If you are looking to attend a camp this summer, look no further than this free list. 2019 men’s college water polo camps.
Find the right summer water polo camp
Finding the right summer water polo camp is about doing your homework on two separate topics: thinking honestly about your skill level as a water polo player, and researching what a specific men's water polo camp entails.
Knowing what kind of player you are, you'll be able to think critically about what you want to achieve at men's water polo camps. Do you want to gain skills and instruction? Do you want to work on advanced swimming and flexibility? Do you want to get in the pool against new competitors you've never met before? At many camps, all of these are possible. And the opportunity to play against new players can help you learn new aspects to the game you hadn't considered before.
You'll want to research what different summer water polo camps entail. There can be great opportunities to meet top water polo players at a camp and benefit from their instruction. However, you want to make sure that the top instructors will be on the deck for the entirety of the camp; after all, that's who is going to be giving you the best instruction.
You'll also have to think about whether a water polo camp fits into your family's budget and schedule, as well as your timetable for getting recruited for college water polo. It's your recruiting process and college future ahead of you -- make sure that the entire family is on the same page about what that future will include.