Water Polo – Girls

Mira Costa Girls Water Polo enjoys a rich tradition of success, as Bay League champions and finalists and CIF finalists in recent years.  Led by head coach, Jon Reichardt, Mira Costa Girls Water Polo competes at the D2 level and consists of three teams: Varsity, JV and Frosh-Soph.

Girls Water Polo is a non-cut sport and runs from September to mid-February.  Pre-season workouts are Monday-Friday, 2:00-3:00pm from August 24th to the first week in November, and 5:45-6:45am and 2:00-4:00pm (Varsity) and 3:30-5:00pm (JV and Frosh-Soph) until mid-February.  Girls have the option to practice water polo post-season or join swim team for the spring season for full-year PE credit.

Mira Costa Girls Water Polo is completely funded and run by the Girls Water Polo Booster Club, comprised of the athletes’ parents.  Girls Water Polo athletes work hard, but also participate in many social events and special traditions that facilitate bonding between the girls to form lifelong friendships.  If you are interested in joining the team, please contact Jon Reichardt at [email protected].  If you would like more information about the program, or to volunteer in the booster club, please contact Patti Terry at [email protected].

 

Girls Water Polo update!

Girls Water Polo started their season last week with a game vs the Santiago Sharks. Mira Costa took an early lead, but the Sharks fought back in the second quarter. The Costa ladies staged a comeback in the 3rd quarter, including this breakaway goal by Leigh Lyter. However, the Sharks…
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Summer Updates for Girls Water Polo!

Over the summer, many of the Mira Costa Girls Water Polo players qualified and played in Northern California for the 2018 USA Water Polo Junior Olympics.  Costa was represented on several of the teams – South Bay United, OC Riptides, and HB Water Polo. Congratulations to Leigh Lyter who was named 2018 Junior Olympics All-American for the Girls U16…
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Costa Girls Water Polo presented with trophy!

The Mira Costa Girls Water Polo team earned the 2017-2018 Bay League Championship Title during their season. The girls were undefeated in the Bay League and in May Kelly Kemp presented them with the trophy. Sophomore Leigh Lyter received the Bay League’s Most Valuable Player.  

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