News & Updates

Coming into water polo I had no swimming background and honestly, I didn’t know much about the sport. However, starting water polo in high school was one of the best decisions I made freshman year. It is truly a team sport that gives you a chance to work together with new people (teammates and coaches alike) while building strong friendships in and out of the pool.

I distinctly remember my first tournament, I hadn’t been playing for very long, about 3 months, and I was extremely nervous. But I le...

September 11, 2018

Looking to improve your water polo skills? Check out these amazing camps coming up in November and December.  Both are excellent opportunities to learn from College Coaches & Olympians.  Both will be held at Lake Highland Prep and hosted by the Orlando United Club. Go to www.h2opolocamp.com to see information about the camp in December.  if you have any questions, please see one of our coaches.

Sunshine State Games is held every year in South Florida at the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex. Teams from across the state and a few from Latin America compete for titles in 14U, 16U, 18U, and Open, in both boys and girls brackets. Currently, it’s the largest youth water polo tournament in the state of Florida. I’ve competed in both the 18U and 16U brackets with SEP over the time I’ve been with the club.

I look forward to Sunshine State Games because it affords our team the opportunity to play ag...

January 23, 2018

Fall practice schedule will be twice a week. Practice days will be Monday's and Wednesday's. Please note we will also be looking to add dryland sessions as well as more practice days. It is in the works and we will be communicating via Remind if we can make these changes. Click here for more details. See you on the deck!

May 11, 2017

As many of our athletes go off to college they continue their water polo careers which have taken them all over the state of Florida and even  up to Pennsylvania playing at either the club or NCAA Division I level.  
 

Locally at the University of Central Florida, many of our SEP athletes are playing club water polo. Katie Britton plays a major role on the UCF Women's Water Polo's A Team. In fact, she helped her team make it to the Collegiate Water Polo Association's 2017 Nati...

June 8, 2016

To better improve the lines of communication we are going to be utilizing the Remind app. If you are not already using this it is a free app you can sign up online or download to your phone and receive messages via text or email. We have set up 4 different groups and would like ALL PARENTS AND ATHLETES to sign up for their appropriate group. It is free to use and you can join and leave groups at anytime and unsubscribe from messages at any time. We feel this is going to be the best way for every...

June 13, 2015

The Oviedo Winter Springs Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) held its local Investor Panel event on 05/20/2015, where thousands of dollars in business startup funds were awarded to 14 student businesses.

Recognized for a strong business plan and a unique way of helping people Not Stink!, Emma Svantesson, (17) and Connor Kapoor (16), CEO’s of Clover Fresh, were awarded $1000 and a $500 shopping spree to purchase business supplies from Sam’s Club. Emma Svantesson and Connor Kapoor joined #14 local...

June 12, 2015

Now, with the experience under their belts the girls will be able to move forward and look to the future.  While the practices will not be as intense as the almost 20 hours a week they were putting in the pool earlier, they will be focused on perfecting skills.  With the five regular coaches, and many returning players from college, there is no shortage of things to pick up on in a practice.

“This is a group of girls that doesn’t back down from challenges and I think we made that unmistakabl...

June 12, 2015

Saoirse was the recipient of the Buchalter Spirit Award at the Varsity Sports Awards Show hosted by the Orlando Sentinel. This award recognizes a varsity athlete that displays strength and character through adversity.

June 12, 2015

True to herself, McNamara has walked the hallways of Lake Brantley with her head held high and a smile on her face.  Water polo has played a big part in her journey.  She continues to practice with the team and in play games, racking up a total of six goals this season.  Her teammates all support her, whether it is through wearing caps to school, donating to the cancer fund, or wearing the number nine on all their caps for the district championship game. 

“She is so strong,” Senior...

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