Bellevue High School Boys Water Polo was founded in 1998 by student Evan Kaseguma and his mom, Julie Kaseguma. 2012 marks the program’s 15th season.
Sean Tierney, a former First-Team All-Eastern selection for Bucknell University, was the program’s first head coach. Since 1998, Bellevue has had three head coaches: Tierney (1998-2001), Andy Gramley (2002-2005) and Ed Brovick (2006-present); and three assistant coaches: Bryan Boyer (2002-2005), Bekki Lyon (2006-2007) and Evan Kaseguma (2008-present).
Bellevue has appeared in the State Championship game seven times (2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2012), winning twice (2011 & 2012). Including 2012, Bellevue has qualified for the State Tournament 13 straight years.
Several Wolverines have gone on to compete at the varsity college level. Tim Hummel (’05) and Derek Milligan (’06) led Loyola Marymount to multiple NCAA Final Four appearances. Hummel earned Third-Team All-American honors in 2008. Huston Middlesworth (’09) earned DIII Honorable Mention All-American honors in 2010. Please click here for a full list of BHS alumni that have competed at the collegiate level.