Western Water Polo Association

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Western Water Polo Association
(WWPA)
Western Water Polo Association logo
Established 1981
Association NCAA
Division National Collegiate
Members 12 (total)
7 men's, 5 women's
Sports fielded Water polo (men's: yes; women's: yes)
Region Western United States
Commissioner Ellen Moore (since 2011)
Website thewwpa.com

The Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) is a single sport intercollegiate college athletic conference sponsoring men's and women's water polo. The WWPA is affiliated with NCAA. The WWPA includes 18 member institutions are located in California and Colorado. Its members field 12 men's teams and 9 women's teams.

The WWPA members play a regular season of conference and non-conference games, followed by a championship tournament at the conclusion of both the men’s and women’s seasons, with the winner earning the league’s automatic bid to the NCAAs.[1]

Members[edit]

Men's teams[edit]

Institution Location Nickname Joined Primary
Conference
Division
United States Air Force Academy Colorado Springs, Colorado Falcons 1981 Mountain West NCAA D-I
California Baptist University Riverside, California Lancers 2013 Pacific West NCAA D-II
University of California, Davis Davis, California Aggies 1981 Big West NCAA D-I
University of California, San Diego La Jolla, California Tritons 1981 California Collegiate NCAA D-II
Fresno Pacific University Fresno, California Sunbirds 2014 Pacific West NCAA D-II
Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles, California Lions 1987 West Coast NCAA D-I
Santa Clara University Santa Clara, California Broncos 1981 West Coast NCAA D-I
Future member
Concordia University–Irvine Irvine, California Eagles 2015 Pacific West NCAA D-II
  • Provisional member in red.[2]

Women's teams[edit]

Institution Location Nickname Joined Primary
Conference
Division
California State University, East Bay Hayward, California Pioneers 2002 California Collegiate NCAA D-II
California State University, Monterey Bay Seaside, California Otters 2005 California Collegiate NCAA D-II
California State University, San Bernardino San Bernardino, California Coyotes 2001 California Collegiate NCAA D-II
University of California, San Diego La Jolla, California Tritons 1981 California Collegiate NCAA D-II
Sonoma State University Rohnert Park, California Seawolves 2004 California Collegiate NCAA D-II

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The WWPA". Western Water Polo Association. Retrieved June 4, 2011. 
  2. ^ http://cuieagles.com/stats/Compliance/NCAA%20II%20Student-Athlete%20Handbook-xxx.pdf

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