RENEGADES Water Polo is an age-group club focused on developing players for high school and college,
serving the Inland Empire in Southern California.
Our coaching staff bring vast experience and knowledge of the game. All age groups are available for both Boys and Girls (10U thru 18U). In addition a Novice/Splashball clinic is available for first time players ages 6-14.
The club operates year round and playing opportunities include inter-club scrimmages, intra-club scrimmages with other local clubs, and various tournaments throughout Southern California.
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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BEGIN FEBRUARY 12TH 5-7pm @ REDLANDS EAST VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Welcome - Returning and New High School Girls
February is free for all returning high school players. Monthly dues will begin on March 1st. All returning players should contact Melinda Tuers to reactivate their accounts at email@example.com or (253) 651-2163
All players must have a valid USA Water Polo Membership to begin practice
$125.00 monthly fee
$25.00 annual registration fee
$95.00 per tournament (usually one tournament a month)
Junior Olympics - $520.00 (4 montlhy payments of $130.00 or total due July 1st)
If you would like to join Renegades - Register under Join Now
Congratulations to Nick Flemington for signing with CBU
Congratulations to Harrison Land for signing with UC Irvine
Gavin Oliver, Luca Smith, & Nico Perna invited to National Team Selection Camp
Congratulations to Dominic Rios for signing with Occidental University
Congratulations to Chad Gornay for Signing with UC Irvine
Congratulations to Zach Arthur for Signing with Pepperdine University
Congratulations 16u - Junior Olympics Gold Medal
Congrats to Levi Murtaugh signing with UC Davis
18u winning Platinum Gold-Holiday Cup 2017
13/14u winning silver at the Evan C. Memorial Cup 2017
Congrats to Jared Gornay for signing to UCI Division I program.
Congrats to Nico (14u) and Mav (16u) for making final ODP rosters!
RenegadesWPC representation at the USA Olympic Development Program