Frequently Asked Questions
The following are a list of FAQ's:
- How long is a typical session?
- How do I sign up for events?
- Who do I contact to order team gear?
- What age group is my athlete in if they just had a birthday?
- Should I register with USA Water Polo?
- How do I register with USA Water Polo?
- How often do I need to register with USA Water Polo/American Water Polo?
- Do you offer sibling discounts?
- How do I sign up for Learn to Play Water Polo?
- If my son or daughter has never played water polo before, what group should they join?
- Does SET have a swim team?
- Can my athlete do two days of water polo and two days of swimming?
- Who do I contact if I have an administrative question?
- If I want to make a donation to SET Water Polo, who do I contact?
- Who do I contact if I can’t make it to training?
- Do we need to make it to every training offered per week?
- What do I do if I still have questions?
- Does SET offer Scholarships?
There are four training sessions each athletic year with each running between 10 to 12 weeks in length. The typical sessions are as follows:
Fall Session: September to November
Winter Session: December to February
Spring Session: March to May
Summer Session: June to Mid-August
Existing Members Login and select the program for your athlete.
New Members: Click Register and Create an Account.
Age Groups: 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U. Whatever age an athlete is on August 1st, that is the group they will train with. For example, if a 14-year old athletes turns 15 in May, he or she will be training as a 16U. If they turn 15 on August 12, he or she will be training as a 14U.
Yes, all members of SET Water Polo must be registered with USA Water Polo
Go to www.usawaterpolo.com and follow the online registration instructions. Register you athlete Club 18, Saddleback El Toro (SET).
Memberships need to be renewed yearly, January 1.
Yes, 2nd Athlete: -$40, 3rd Athlete: -$60, 4th Athlete: -$80. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
The Saddleback Valley Unified School District (SVUSD) Recreation and Community Services has partnered with SET Water Polo to bring you the Learn to Play Water Polo Program. To register, please visit SVUSD Recreation and Community Services website and click "Youth Aquatics."
Contact Trevor at email@example.com
Yes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
General Club: Trevor Rodin, email@example.com
Bradley Schumacher, firstname.lastname@example.org
Email your coach at least 24 hours in advance. Click here for SET Coaching Contact.
All levels are different, but we understand that as student athletes each player has a variety of activities that may conflict with training times. Depending on the goals of your child and level at which they wish to play, they should try to make as many trainings as possible. Please communicate with your coach on the days that you cannot make training.
SET Water Polo is an athlete-centered organization that strongly believes youth should never be denied the opportunity to participate in organized athletics solely because of an inability to pay the full tuition fee. SET offers a limited amount of financial aid per training session for current members who experience financial difficulties and demonstrate need, subject to availability of funds. All inquiries concerning financial aid should be addressed to the Club Director, Bradley Schumacher.