Welcome to CT Premier Water Polo Club!
CT Premier Water Polo Club is led by Scott Schulte, our Executive Director and NY Athletic Club (NYAC) Men’s Head Coach, and trains boys and girls, ages 8 – 18. Our goal is for each player to develop teamwork, respect, sportsmanship, a love for the game, and confidence in themselves. With a focus on fundamental skills, teaching and playing as a team, we help athletes fulfill their water polo goals now and in the future, all while having fun! Come see what we are all about!
In July 2021, five CT Premier teams traveled to Dallas, TX to compete in the 2021 Junior Olympics. Congratulations to all our teams on their amazing performances! You were wonderful representatives of the club and it was great to see everyone having fun as a team and cheering each other on! Take a peek at what happened on our Photos page!
Find out more about the CT Premier coaches here.
What people are saying
My son would rather just scrimmage all day, but he LOVED the activities presented. He came out of camp everyday ON FIRE. THANK YOU!!! – Samantha, 14U parent
My son thought practice was great with all the (NYAC players) playing with them! – Matt, 16U parent
Want to learn more about CT Premier Water Polo Club
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Latest from the Club
Congratulations to our players who were recognized by USA Water Polo as All-Americans at this year’s Junior Olympics in Dallas, TX! All our teams played their hearts out at the tournament and these recognitions are because of the coaching and teamwork put in by everyone at the tournament and over the year. Congratulations!!!
Congratulations to all the CT Premier teams who played at the 2021 USA Water Polo Junior Olympics in Dallas, TX this year. It was a fun weekend for everyone and the training and hard work you all put in over the past year was on full display! It was an extremely strong showing for all […]
The 18U Boys team traveled to Utah in June to play in this 2021 Futures Tournament. They played their hearts out and pushed themselves through the effects of the altitude. Their final game was against 680 Drivers where they were tied 6-6 the half and played a strong second half to win the game 18-15. […]