Women’s Water Polo Camps
If you are going to apply for a college water polo scholarship, then you should consider attending a showcase or summer camp. Water polo camps will provide you with very specific additional training and development, and as a bonus, you get seen by the people that count: college coaches. Most summer camps cater to different age groups and skill levels.
2019 women’s college water polo camps
We have pulled together a list of every women’s college water polo camp in the country with the date and cost for each camp. To see what camps were available this year, look no further than this free list of 2019 women’s college water polo camps and keep checking because we’ll post 2020 summer camps here when details are available.
What to expect at women's water polo camps
Most women's water polo camps offer both technical and tactical training.
- By tactical training, we mean water polo camps that usually include attacking multiple defensive schemes and learning about anticipation, decision-making and defending multiple offensive schemes.
- By technical training, we mean women's water polo camps that concentrate on ball handling, drive defense, correct body positioning, specialized driving techniques and pure shooting.
Many camps blend these methods and offer women's water polo players instruction in power swimming and flexibility.
There are many good water polo summer camps throughout the US that will help athletes improve their skills, and picking the right camp is important. Athletes and families want to be sure they choose a camp that will do at least two things:
First, get exposure to college coaches who can evaluate them as a player and potentially offer them a scholarship.
Secondly, get expert coaching that enables them to bring their game to the next level. Coaches are not just evaluating athletes’ athletic potential, but also how coachable they are. They know that if the raw talent and desire are there, they can mold athletes into college players if they have the right attitude and are willing to work hard.
The women's water polo camps listed here will help athletes and families find the right camp to help them on their path to playing water polo in college.
Water polo camps vs. water polo clinics
- Water polo clinics: Water polo clinics help athletes improve their game under the guidance of experts. These clinics instill confidence in athletes by running practice drills, mock competitions and player tips. Clinics typically run for a few hours or even an entire day.
- Water polo camps: Like water polo clinics, water polo camps help student-athletes work on their skills and technique through drills and mock competition under the guidance of experts. The primary difference between these two training opportunities is that camps generally span a couple days or an entire week. Various organizations and colleges host water polo camps. College camps allow recruits to work with coaches that lead programs they are interested in.
D1 women’s water polo tournaments
To play at an NCAA Division 1 water polo program, student-athletes need to have experience with competing against top talent. Swimming World magazine identified top water polo camps across the country in their 2019 Water Polo Camp Guide that can help student-athletes gain the experience they need to compete at a top tier college.
- Brown Water Polo Camps
- Princeton Water Polo Camps
- East Coast Water Polo Clinic
- 5Meter Water Polo Camp Miami
- Florida International Water Polo Camp
- 2019 Navy Summer Water Polo Camps
- Chicago Water Polo Showcase
- Tony Azevedo Water Polo Academy
- Cal Water Polo Camps
- Malibu Water Polo Camp
- Nike 5Meter Water Polo Camps at San Diego State
- Nike 5Meter Water Polo Camps at UC Santa Cruz
- Pacific Water Polo Shooting & Goalie Analytics Camp
- Stanford Water Polo Camps
- UCLA Water Polo Camps
- Wolf Wigo’s Santa Barbara Water Polo Camps
Water polo camps near me
We’ve created a list of water polo camps nearby to help student-athletes and their families find opportunities to develop and showcase their skills.