“First Who, Then What?” - Jim Collins
Chris Boyer is forty-one years old and resides in Murrieta with his wife, Viviana, and their three children, Grace, Kaili, and Micah (and Kiki the dog, and Taquito the bird.) He is a SPED teacher at MVHS. His education includes a BA in History from UCI, MA in PE from APU.
Boyer played at UC Irvine as a walk-on from Saddleback College. Post-college he played in the Primer League for the Newport Water Polo Foundation 2002 Outdoor National Championship Team. Boyer was an All-American for his records in the backstroke at Saddleback College and was later inducted into their Hall of Fame.
He has coached as an Assistant at Saddleback College, as a Head Coach at San Dimas High School, and at Los Osos High School. In 2018, Boyer took Los Osos boys to CIF DIII Finals. In 2019, Boyer was awarded Coach of the year for CIF DII swimming, when he was the coach of the Los Osos girl's CIF Championship team. Boyer coached at Foothill Club Water Polo for a few years as a coach for 10u, 12u, 16u, and 18u. While at Foothill, Boyer received the 2018 Foothill Coach of the Year award. Head coach for the Nighhawsk from 19-22, winning six SWL championships between girls and boys programs. He now continues to be the Assistant Varsity Coach at MVHS with both boys and girls programs.
Viviana and Coach Boyer were married in El Salvador in 2006. They live in Murrieta, with their three great kids and a couple of pets. After working in student ministry she became a licensed esthetician. She is now a stay-at-home mom to raise their kids. When you communicate with the club you will probably talk to her first.
Played for the Naval Academy Collegiate Club after playing in High School. He is a marine and a all around good guy.
Formerly a Water Polo Official and many years of experience coaching.
Loves StarWars, and Marvel. An All-American swimmer, and has coached for many years. He is a teacher and pastor.