Spring Schedule

With high school season coming to a close, a new season of club begins! We have a new practice schedule moving forward. We will be having practices Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. and Saturdays 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. The schedule change will be starting the first week of April. As always, practices will be at Boca Raton High School.

Our fee structure will be changing as well. We will now be on a monthly schedule of $100 a month. Let’s keep water polo in the family! There is now a $50 family discount for each addition member of our FEC age group. Let’s have a great Spring Season everybody!

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm and Saturday’s 9:00 am-12:00 pm.
Team Fees $100/month 50% Sibling discount.
Refer a friend and receive $10 off your monthly membership!

All new members will need to register for our TeamSnap Account

All athlete’s must be a member of USA Water Polo


(Ages 10 and under) – Starting April 30th! $65/month Saturday 10 am – 11 am

Introducing Splashball! Splashball is a mini-version of our beloved sport. It is a way to introduce younger kids to water polo. What better way to enjoy the sun of South Florida than in a pool with a ball! Splashball is the perfect way for younger kids to become more confident in the water, while enjoying a team activity.

Starting April 30th, our Splashball program is open to kids 10 and under. Practices will be every Saturday from 10am-11am through the entire summer. The fee for the program will be $65 a month. Our splash ball program will be run by Coach Anna Rosen. Coach Rosen played Division 1 Water Polo at Marist College. She has experience running youth swim lesson programs, ages 6 months to adult. Coach Rosen is currently a nurse with experience in pediatric nursing. Most importantly, she knows how to make it fun! Come join the FEC family!

USAWP Olympic Development Program

The ODP season has officially come to a close, and our athletes had a strong showing! A big congratulations to all the athletes who were selected to represent the Southeast Zone at the Regional Championships back in January in Greensboro, NC for a spot at the national tournament in March. On the boy’s side Bruno Beznos and Jared Burke were selected to the Southeast Zone Developmental team. Both Beznos and Burke would be selected to move onto the National Championships as well. Burke was selected to go onto the National Training Selection Camp (NTSCs) in May. With a strong performance there, Jared may have the chance to represent Team USA on a national team! Good luck Jared! On the Cadet side for the boys Tyler Lage and Christopher Cook were selected to represent the Southeast Zone at Greensboro. Tyler Lage was selected to be one of the two goalkeepers for the zone at the National Championships. Congrats to our boys. We look forward to your continuous development!

The girls also had a strong showing at the ODP level. Coral Uzgiden was selected to represent the Southeast Zone at Greensboro for the cadet age group. Bryanna Wood, Megan Smith, and Katherine McCann were selected to represent the youth age group. Katherine would be selected to the national tournament team for the Southeast. A big congrats to our ladies. Keep up the amazing work!

Lastly, our coaches. Coaches Kurt Predmore and Josh Needleman selected and coached at regionals and nationals for both boys and girls. Kurt is the head of SE ODP along with being the head coach for Developmental boys at both Greensboro and the National Championships this season. Coach Josh is the head goalkeeping coach for SE, assistant coach for Cadet boys at Greensboro, and acted as head coach for the youth girls at Nationals. Thank you both for your hard work and dedication! Congrats on another successful year of ODP. We are excited to keep growing our involvement with USA Water Polo’s national team pipeline. As always go FEC!

Parent Board

Get involved with the club! Our parent board will be having it’s first official meeting April 16th at 11:00 A.M. at Boca High. For those interested in joining the board please reach out to Coach Anna Rosen:

Team Shop

Get your Team Swag! The FEC team shop is here! We have a variety of items for you to enjoy from clothing, bags, and blankets! (Suit Shop to Open Soon)

Spring/Summer Tournament Schedule

Mariachi Tournament – May 14-15
ClearWater Beach Challenge – May 20-21
FEC Classic – June 3-5
Sunshine State Games – June 24-26
USAWP Junior Olympics – July 28-31

April Birthdays

Marika Dominski’s Birthday – April 13
Coach Anna – April 22
Earth Day – April 22
Kira Lichtenfeld – April 21

Welcome Coach Teddy Bresnahan

Let us all give a big FEC welcome Coach Ted (Teddy) Bresnahan. Coach Teddy comes to us with rich water polo experience! Some of you may recognize Teddy from high school as he is also a referee with FHSAA. He comes to us with more than 30 years of aquatic program experience. Ted was the head coach of Division 3 powerhouse Johns Hopkins University. Under Ted’s guidance Hopkins became one of the nation’s top programs. He led the blue jays to 16 Division 3 Eastern Championships. He has coached 60 All-Americans and 5 ACWPC Division 3 National Players of the Year. He has coached 5 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans and 90 ACWPC Scholar-Athletes. Hopkins earned the ACWPC Team Academic Award 10 times. As a Division 3 program, Hopkins earned numerous victories over division 1 competition. In 2015, Ted led the bluejays to a 21-10 record with an appearance in the CWPA championship game! Coach Teddy will be joining us as a technical skills consultant. Welcome Ted and GO FEC!

Master’s Highlights

Congratulations Coach Josh on being selected to represent TEAM USA at this year’s Maccabi Games in Israel! The Maccabi games are an international Jewish and Israeli multi-sport event held quadrennially in Israel. Many of the Olympic disciplines we all know are represented at the games. This will be the 21st Maccabi Games. The Maccabi Games are the largest Jewish sporting event in the world with youth, open, masters, and disabled athletes from over 85 countries being represented. Go FEC, go USA!