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Bleav in Cross Pass

Listen in as former collegiate players and coaches Bosko Dimic and Daniel Hargis break down the latest on all things water polo.

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My Favorite Hello

For the first time since 2002, Stanford is the NCAA Champion on the men’s side. The craziest season in recent memory culminated with big-time games, complete with a sudden-death overtime semifinal. Also we witnessed firsthand the inaugural USA Water Polo Division 3 Collegiate National Championship tournament ending with the Whittier Poets claiming the first crown. … Continued

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Before Bringing Baby Momma

It’s the 2019 NCAA Men’s Tournament Preview! We break down the quarterfinal games, talk about the potentially awesome semifinals and lackluster championship game, and make predictions for the inaugural Division III Collegiate National Championship. Plus we revisit the at-large picks, get a little nitpicky about live streams, and share lots of laughs about our Top … Continued

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The Hunt for December Water Polo

Conference tournament weekend lived up to the hype; close games and upsets everywhere, and finished off with the NCAA Selection Committee making its 2 at-large bids that sparked a good amount of debate. We discuss the games and bids, pick our winners of the upcoming Harvard-Bucknell matchup, talk about the upcoming Division III National Championship, … Continued

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Bosko Dimic and Daniel Hargis

Bosko Dimic walks the water polo walk. No only did Bosko play at University of La Verne and Rancho Cucamonga High School, he’s coached the 14U Girl’s Coach at CHAWP, helping multiple players to All-League/All-CIF teams and collegiate varsity teams. While coaching at CHAWP, Bosko was also the Aquatics Director at Rancho Cucamonga High School. Currently, Bosko is in the field as a Territory Manager for RYTE Sports. He brings a lifetime to passion for the game to Bleav.

Daniel Hargis is having his cake and eating it too — combining his passions for water polo and journalism — by pounding the pavement, catching games firsthand and talking with coaches and players. A former water polo player and coach, Daniel graduated from the University of La Verne in 2014 with a degree in Journalism and a Spanish minor, where he also played four season for the Leopards. He also played in the Segunda División Nacional in Spain for Deportiva Naútica Portugalete during the 2015/16 season.