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WATER POLO FOR PLAYERS & TEACHERS OF AQUATICS

WATER POLO FOR PLAYERS & TEACHERS OF AQUATICS

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WATER POLO FOR PLAYERS & TEACHERS OF AQUATICS
by Pete Snyder, Ph. D.
WATER POLO FOR PLAYERS & TEACHERS OF AQUATICS
by Pete Snyder, Ph. D.

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WATER POLOFOR PLAYERS & TEACHERSOF AQUATICS
Pete Snyder, Ph. D.
 
Professor, Fullerton College, Fullerton, CaliforniaLayout Design: Mary Jo Reutter
©2008. All rights reserved.This manual may not, in whole or in part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated, or convertedto any electronic or machine readable form without prior written consent of the author. It is Web-pub-lished by the LA84 Foundation under a license from the author.Printed in the USA 
 
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 Acknowledgements
This book would not have been completed and had its particular attention to detail without the helpand support of the following individuals.First I’d like to thank Mr. Lundy Smith, an English teacher and head Girls Water Polo Coach atPhillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire. Lundy was most helpful in points of emphasisand grammatical structure in the book.I’d also like to thank Roger Nekton from Phillips Exeter. Roger just retired as head boys water poloand swimming coach after a long and very distinguished career of over thirty years at the Academy.Roger provided valuable technical input as well as encouragement regarding the need for writtenmaterial in the sport of water polo. As a picture is worth a thousand words, I’m very indebted to Mrs. Chris Kittredge of CMK Enterprises (www.tudorgraphics.com). Chris was able to capture some of the more difficult teamaspects of the game only because of her dedication, extensive knowledge of over twenty years with thesport and her brilliance as a photographer.Matt Brown (www.mattbrownphoto.com) is another photographer who exhibited a tremendousamount of alacrity in his water polo photos. Matt has been in Orange County for two decades andhas a vast repertoire and portfolio of sporting photos.Many great photos throughout the book were made available through the generosity of Joan Gould(www.waterpoloplanet.com). Joan’s tireless efforts at taking and posting photos have helped spread water polo throughout the country and the world.For technical expertise I am indebted to Phil Thurman (www.sports.fullcoll.edu) , Sports InformationDirector at Fullerton College. Phil’s willingness to answer the mundane and often remedial computerand technical questions was extremely valuable. Phil also created the cover for the book.Many thanks also to my wife, Becky Snyder, President of ABC-CLIO (www.ABC-CLIO.com), anaward winning publishing company of history material for the education market. Becky passed onbits of her expertise regarding the publishing industry and the market (or lack thereof) for water polo. And, last and most importantly, my children Grady and Kendall, both of whom were generousenough to allow me to publish their high school and college water polo photos as well as field numer-ous innocuous questions and comments about the sport we know and love.Sincerely,Pete Snyder, Ph.D.

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