51 minutes | Mar 3rd 2020

Episode 20 - Interview with Brian Kreutzkamp the Head Boys Coach at Sacred Heart Prep

You can help support this podcast by making a donation via PayPal.If you’re a coach, join our slack channel! The conversations are great and we have some webinars as well!Buy Fredric Durand’s book Water Polo Legends: 50 Amazing StoriesThank you to everyone that has take the time to leave a review, send me an email or send me a tweet. It has truly meant the world to me!Remember you can reach me on twitter @stevecarrera and on instagram @stevecarrera and you can email me stevegcarrera@gmail.com************************************************************************************************************************From gostanford.comBrian Kreutzkamp begins his third season with the Stanford men's water polo program as an assistant coach. He joined head coach John Vargas in his inaugural campaign with the NCAA title-winning Cardinal in 2002. Kreutzkamp arrived on The Farm after spending three years (2000-02) with Golden West College where as the head coach, his team won the California State Championship in 2001. Kreutzkamp also served as an assistant coach with the U.S. Men's National Senior Team and the U.S. Men's National Junior Team.While the head coach at Golden West College, Kreutzkamp took his teams to the Orange Empire Conference and California State titles. Prior to his time in Huntington Beach, Kreutzkamp served as the co-head coach at Newport Harbor High School (1996-2000) and led his team to four conference titles and one CIF Division I title. Prior to that, Kreutzkamp was the head coach at Costa Mesa High School (1993-96) where his teams claimed three conference titles and one CIF Division II title.Kreutzkamp earned his Bachelor of Arts in Exercise and Sports Science from Concordia University. As a student-athlete, he helped his teams claim three conference championships while at Costa Mesa High School and the California State title in 1992 at Golden West College.
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