Stanford women's water polo will be hosting an Open House on Saturday, April 19 for those interested in learning more about Stanford Athletics and Stanford University.
The open house will be held at 1:15 p.m., prior to Stanford's 5 p.m. contest against California. The program is designed for 2016 and 2017 high-school graduates, but anyone may attend.
Stanford Women's Water Polo Open House
Saturday, April 19
Avery Aquatic Center
Presentation will take place at 1:15 p.m., followed by a campus tour.
Stanford vs. California - 5 p.m.
Gates open at 4 p.m.
Please meet on the upper deck, facing the diving towers.
The open house includes a campus tour, and interested attendees can check out a campus map by clicking here.
WHAT TO BRING TO OPEN HOUSE
A copy of your transcript (unless you e-mailed one beforehand).
Below are some important NCAA rules and guidelines for interested attendees to keep in mind for the Open House:
(Note that this is just a summary of the rules. Please pay close attention to the ability or inability to return emails and/or phone calls)
September 1 (beginning of your junior year of high school):
1. is when college coaches can begin sending recruiting material and corresponding by e-mail. Coaches cannot place a call to a prospective student-athlete or their parent/guardian, return a call or speak with prospective student-athlete or their parent/guardian face to face off campus.
** However, NCAA rules allow you to call a college coach and to visit their college campus and speak with the coach there. Therefore anyone can attend the Open House.
July 1 (after completion of your junior year):
1. is when college coaches can speak with a prospective student-athlete or their parent/guardian by telephone and in person.
In Summary: For 2016 & 2017 graduates, due to NCAA rules we are not allowed to contact you once you register therefore we will see you on April 19th. You can contact us by phone and if we pick up we will be able to talk with you. However if we are out of the office and you leave a message we can not return your call.