2018 USA Water Polo National Jr. Olympics: Everything You Need To Know

The largest age-group water polo tournament in the nation gets underway in San Jose this weekend at the 2018 USA Water Polo National Junior Olympics. Over the course of nine days, more than 750 teams from across the country will compete on the national stage during a pair of four-day sessions.

FloSwimming will live-stream the 2018 USA Water Polo Junior Olympics for the first time in event history, starting on the morning of Saturday, July 21, through the end of competition on Sunday, July 29. Live coverage is available all day long from three courses at the Avery Aquatic Center at Stanford University. The Avery Pool, one course from the Baker Pool, and one course from the Belardi Pool will be streamed live to water polo fans for the duration of the tournament. 

This will include the championship matches played in the Avery Pool on July 24 and 29. Access to the live broadcasts is available with a FloSwimming PRO subscription.

How To Watch:

When: July 21-29
TV: Download the FloSports TV app on Roku and Apple TV 4
Mobile: Download the FloSports iOS app
Web: Bookmark FloSwimming.com in your favorite browser
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Schedule

SESSION 1 (July 21-24)

See Master Schedule

SESSION 2 (July 26-29)

See Master Schedule

WATCH LIVE: Stanford's Avery Aquatic Center — Avery Pool, Baker Pool (1 course), Belardi Pool (1 course)

Junior Olympics tips with Hannah Meyers:


Entries

Session 1: Qualified Teams (398)

Session 2 Qualified Teams (355)

Championship

Age Group

Total Teams

Divisions

SESSION 1
Jul 21-24


PlatinumGold
12U-B482424
14U-B482424
16U-B482424
18U-B482424
SESSION 2
July 26-29
10U-Mix*482424
10U-F*1818-
12U-F362412
14U-F482424
16U-F482424
18U-F482424

PAST RESULTS

2017 National Junior Olympic Medalists & MVPS

10U Girls

10U Mixed

1. Laguna Beach, MVP — Sofia Umeda
2. Huntington Beach
3. Vanguard

1. Newport Beach, MVP — Colt Bradley
2. 680
3. SOCAL

12U Boys

12U Girls

1. Vanguard, MVP — Zachary Bettino
2. Newport Beach
3. Greenwich Aquatics

1. Laguna Beach, MVP — Charlotte Riches
2. Riverside
3. SOCAL

14U Boys

14U Girls

1. SOCAL, MVP — William "Liam" Harrison
2. Vanguard
3. Rose Bowl

1. Laguna Beach, MVP — Nicole Struss
2. Commerce
3. Rose Bowl

16U Boys

16U Girls

1. Stanford, MVP — Alexander Nemeth & Noah Smith
2. Trojan
3. SD Shores

1. Rose Bowl, MVP — Carolyne Stern
2. Diablo Alliance
3. Northwood

18U Boys

18U Girls

1. Vanguard, MVP — none selected
2. SB Premier
3. Northwood

1. 680, MVP — Roxanne Wheaton
2. SOCAL
3. SB 805

2017 Junior Olympics All-Americans

SEE FULL LIST

2017 Final Results

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