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Bellevue High School Girls Water Polo was founded in 1999. In 2006, the program disbanded. However, in 2013, the program was reborn thanks to the efforts of students Sophie French (’16), Lillie French (’16) and Sierra Anderson (’14), parents Julie Potts, Laurie McDonald and Stacie LeBlanc, and coach Evan Kaseguma.

Bellevue High School Girls Water Polo has had 5 head coaches: Tom Woods (1999-2002), John Riess (2003), Brandon Baer (2004-2005), Evan Kaseguma (2013-2018) and Adam Florsheim (2019-2020).

Several Wolverines have gone on to compete at the collegiate varsity and club level. Please click here for a full list.

In 2013 (its “first” season), the varsity team qualified for the State Wild Card Tournament and came within one win of qualifying for State. In 2014 (its “second” season), the varsity team qualified for State and placed 10th overall.  The varsity team went on to capture 7th place in 2015, 4th place in 2016 & 2019 and 3rd place in 2017 & 2018.