As the 2018 fall semester has come to a close, the Tigers look forward to continuing their progress as they build team culture and maximize their potential both in and out of the water. The Wittenberg women's water polo team enters their inaugural season in 2019, joining the rest of the varsity squads in the Collegiate Water Polo Association DIII conference this season.
With fall training coming to a conclusion and the Tigers entering the traditional action when they return from the holiday break. Coach Sivan Pardon shares what she is looking forward to in the in the inaugural season. "Early season training and preseason has been, and is, a great opportunity for the team to focus on fundamentals and building a strong base in team culture, physical preparedness, mentality, and some of our other core values with both our individual and team goals in mind," Pardon said, "I look forward to watching this team represent Wittenberg University and the Ohio water polo community, and sharing the experience even more so in the months to come."
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Fall semester ending had us reflecting on what we've done and where we are going. Check out more on our inaugural season on the @WittAthletics website. #TigerUp @CWPAWaterPolo @USAWP pic.twitter.com/IcPYiHO6oE— Witt Water Polo (@WittWaterPolo) December 13, 2018