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 .  If you would like more information about the program, or to volunteer in the booster club, please contact Patti Terry at .


Girls Water Polo announces 3 Team Captains!

MCHS Girls Water Polo is excited and anxious to start practicing this year, the team currently has 70 girls signed up to play. The girls will be sharing their season with the boy’s team.  The latest news is Coach Reichardt’s announcement of 3 captains that will be leading the team this year.…
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Girls Water Polo thanks Coach Reichardt!

Thank you Coach Reichardt for the 22 wins this season, and capturing Girls WAPO Bay League Champions  for the 15th time, taking the team to Semi Finals- Division 2 CIF, and the first place win in Hawaii! Congrats on being selected as the Daily Breeze Girls Water Polo Coach of…
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Girls Water Polo is co-champion of Bay League!

Last week Mira Costa Girls’ Water Polo avenged their loss against Redondo Beach at their previous match last month. In the final Bay League game of 2020, Costa ended the first quarter with a score of 2-1 Sea Hawks.  When the second quarter began, Costa took the lead with two amazing shots…
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