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Murrieta Valley Water Polo Head Coach Bryan Lynton.
Murrieta Valley Water Polo Head Coach Bryan Lynton.
Lynton has sent 46 players to Division 1 Colleges and has developed 41 All Americans at Murrieta Valley.
Lynton has sent 46 players to Division 1 Colleges and has developed 41 All Americans at Murrieta Valley.

Murrieta Valley’s Bryan Linton helps guide Team USA to a Gold Medal


Team USA Wins the UANA Junior Pan American Championship over Brazil 10-9


Sunday, July 20th, 2014
Issue 29, Volume 18.
Charles Mckee
Sports Writer


Murrieta Valley Water Polo Head Coach Bryan Lynton was selected as an assistant coach for the 2014 Team USA. The team recently won the UANA Junior Pan American Championship over Brazil. Team USA held off a tough Brazilian rally late in the final period to win the game10-9 and capture the gold.

Lynton is also the Head Coach of the Men's Cadet Team at United States Water Polo and his teams have dominated Boys and Girls Water Polo in the Southwestern League since he took control of the Nighthawk Program. The Nighthawk Boys team won the CIF SS Championship in 2006 and Murrieta Valley has won 12 consecutive Southwestern League Championships.

The Nighthawk Girls teams have captured the CIF SS Championships in 2007, 2008 and 2011 and they have won eight Southwestern League Championship flags. He has been voted the CIF Boy’s Coach of Year and the Girls Coach of the year four times.

Lynton has sent 46 players to Division 1 Colleges and has developed 41 All Americans at Murrieta Valley. He has been the Coach of the Men's Cadet Team at United States Water Polo since 2006. The organization was founded in 1978 and USA Water Polo is the National Governing Body for water polo in the United States of America. USA Water Polo develops the US Olympic Men's and Women’s Water Polo Teams and is the pipeline to the Olympic Games.

The USA Men’s Youth National Team competed against Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, and Trinidad & Tobago in the tournament.


 

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