Clark Selected to USA Water Polo National Team Training
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Navy water polo’s Trevor Clark (San Marcos, Calif.) was selected to compete in the 2018 USA Water Polo Men’s National League. The league will be comprised of the nation’s top male water polo athletes competing against one another in an effort to strengthen the pool of athletes for Team USA.
Clarks is a rising junior with the Navy water polo team. Last season, he played in 24 games, scoring 10 goals and adding six assists for 16 points. In addition, Clark recorded 11 steals. For his career, the San Marcos, Calif. native has scored 19 goals with nine assists for 28 total points and 15 steals.
The National League (NL) is compliant with all NCAA rules and regulations, and is endorsed by the United States Olympic Committee.
The National League is designed as a major expansion of the USA Water Polo men's national team training and selection program. In its third season of existence, the NL provides elite domestic competition for potential men’s national team members. In order for USA Water Polo to be successful in international competitions, it is essential to have highly competitive opportunities for both national team and future Olympic athletes on domestic soil. The NL will provide this competition, from the months of February to August, and provide an avenue to develop a broad range of athletes fundamentally in relation to international competitors. The NL will be the primary forum for evaluation of potential national team athletes by the Senior USAWP coaching staff.