Elite age group Water Polo trains Water Polo specific training two hours per day, three days per week at Murrieta Valley High School.
Elite is a competitive and comprehensive age group water polo training program. The year-round training and competition program is for ages 8-18 years of age.
There are leagues and tournaments all the time. Just check the calendar or click on registration to see what is open for you to get involved.
Pre-Summer Camp May 15 -June 1
Camp #1 June 5 -June 22
Camp #2 June 26 -July 13
Camp #3 July 18 - Aug 3
*Registration is OPEN, space is limited to 25
*Training is from noon-1 pm on Mon, Tues and Thurs
Introducing young players (aged 7-9 years) to the exciting sport of water polo is the focus of Elite Splashball 23, a summer camp. Our comprehensive program includes basic training in freestyle, breaststroke, eggbeater, ball handling, and throwing. To help players feel at ease in the water, we provide soft neoprene balls and flotation belts.
The camp runs at noon for three weeks, with three different periods, and consists of three one-hour training sessions per week (check the calendar for days of the week). Each three-week camp costs $95 and includes nine training sessions.
Giant Goals, Vivid Vision, Core Purpose and Values
Elite is a “Non- Profit Organization” that offers year-round Water polo for Boys and Girls ages 6-18. Elite water polo is proud to be the longest standing Water Polo club serving the Murrieta, Temecula, and Elsinore Valley. Elite was founded by Bryan Lynton in 2000. Almost twenty years later, in October of 2019, Bryan passed the helm of Elite to Chris Boyer. The vision he passed to Coach Boyer was to introduce the youth in the community to the sport and develop them for competition.
The goals of Elite lie in the development of athletes to participate in scrimmages, local tournaments and qualify to compete on the National Level, Junior Olympics. At Elite, players work on their technical skills, learn the rules, develop strength, and conditioning to compete in Water Polo. More important than the sport-specific skill development or physical fitness benefits, the mission of Elite is to develop character and community through sport. Elite's motto is to "be brave, work hard, and have fun."