Boise State University is known for having amazing sports teams. From the football team on the blue field to the basketball team in Extra Mile Arena, Boise State athletics is pretty much unstoppable. What some people don’t know about is all the other sports teams at Boise State University that are also doing just as well. From baseball to rugby even the club sports are insane.

One club sport that’s going above and beyond this year is the men’s water polo team. The men’s water polo club has been going on since 2017 and after years of hard work, they’re set to host a huge tournament that they’ve put together themselves.

Boise State Water Polo

A great club sport.

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It’s the very first tournament ever hosted by Boise State University since the club started! The water polo tournament will also be the biggest and most competitive water polo tournament in Idaho history. It will be hosted in the Idaho Central Aquatic Center which is a brand-new facility built with competitive sports in mind and tough competition from other conferences will all be coming to Boise to compete.

The team will be competing in a tournament in San Diego before bringing it back home to Idaho. The tournament will be taking place March 2nd and 3rd from this year and everyone is welcome to come join and watch the Boise State team compete in hopes of taking home first place. If you’re interested in following along with the Boise State University men’s water polo club you can follow along through their Instagram, @boisestatemwp.

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