• High School Program (16s and 18s): This program is our highest level of water polo. At this level, our coaches expect the highest level of commitment and dedication to the team. This includes regular practice attendance year round in addition to participation in tournaments year round.
  • Middle School Program (12s and 14s): This program practices alongside the high school program with an emphasize on perfecting the fundamentals and an introduction to strategy. Our coaches expect a strong level of commitment which includes regular practice attendance and participation in tournaments.
  • Splashball: The Splashball program is led by Coach Brad Gould and is intended for players in 5th grade or younger. This program focuses on introducing the sport to players at a young age and focuses on learning the fundamentals. Splashball practices on Saturdays throughout the year for one hour in the REACH pool.

  • Raider WP Club Forms
  • USA Water Polo Membership
  • Club Dues

FORMS: Raider Forms  All members or potential members who would like to try it out are required to fill out the below membership forms and email them to

USA WATER POLO MEMBERSHIP: All players must sign up with USA Water Polo in order to practice or compete with the club. Players choose either a Splashball Pass, Bronze, Silver or Gold membership, based on the tournaments they plan on competing in. If you would like to try a club practice before joining officially, there is a 14-day trial membership. Link to USAWP Membership Page

DUES: Our club charges annual dues to cover basic operation costs: pool rental fees, equipment, coaching fee, tournament fees, and all other club costs. In January, we send electronic invoices via Square so you can pay online with a credit or debit card, or you have the option to mail a check. Dues vary based on the program.
*This club has no affiliation to Ransom Everglades School.

What to bring to practice: suit, towel, goggles, water bottle, full workout attire, socks and sneakers.

Weather Policy: The lightning radar alerts us when lightning strikes within an 8 mile radius. At that time, everyone needs to exit the pool and clear the pool deck. If that happens, practice moves to the gym where we do a dry land workout until the all clear alert is given (30 minutes after the last lightning strike within 8 miles). If we do a full hour of dry land, and the lightning is still within 8 miles, we will let the kids leave at that time.