Think You Know About Water Polo? Try the July 11 CWPA Trivia Question
BRIDGEPORT, Pa. -- Think you know all there is about water polo and the history of the Collegiate Water Polo Association? Try this week's trivia question and see if you can prove it.
This is not a question you can look up in the league's media guide - so no cheating. This one depends on your knowledge of the sport's history, and a little bit of luck, in commemoration of the upcoming Olympic Games next year in London.
Ready to give it a try?
Men's water polo at the
Olympics was the first team sport introduced at the 1900
games. Six other team sports were introduced at that Olympic
games along with water polo. Polo (with horses), soccer and rowing
were among the six. Name the other three.
To answer the question, go to the CWPA Fan Page and click on Weekly Trivia Contest. The first person to correctly answer the question wins a CWPA t-shirt or other prizes. Please include your name, email address and shirt size on the submission form.
June 11 Trivia Question
Which institution/college team has produced (aka graduated) the most CWPA varsity head water polo coaches over the past 10 years?
Only one person correctly answered the question with Matt Kittle (Notre Dame College) and Greg Jones (Washington & Jefferson College). Although Slippery Rock University has produced the most varsity coaches (Alan Huckins of Hartwick College, Don Sherman of Gannon University, etc.) in league history, over the past 10 years the collegiate club program Ohio University has produced the most varsity coaches.