Jack Doria started coaching with the SeaWolves in summer 2012. He has been a coach at Liberty High School since 2011, and has coached the girls varsity team since 2016. In 2019, he lead the team to victory at the Bay Valley Athletic League Championships.
Jack has trained in the Olympic Development (ODP) coaching program and brings that expertise to Lamorinda Brentwood. In spring 2016, Jack had his mind set on sending teams to the Junior Olympics (JOs). Under his leadership, the 14U girls team qualified to play at JOs where they earned a national ranking. In spring 2018, Jack traveled to Barcelona with Lamorinda where he learned additional drills and techniques, and has implemtned them here at Lamorinda Brentwood.
Jack was instrumental in developing a partnership with the City of Brentwood to bring the first Splashball program to our area in spring 2018. Splashball is in an introduction to water polo for kids ages 5-9 years old, and often a stepping stone for our youngest athletes into our water polo program.
Jack's passion is for improving the fundamentals and increasing the skill level and confidence in players.
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Rosy has been involved with Brentwood SeaWolves for over 6 years as a parent, volunteer and board member. She joined the Lamorinda Brentwood staff in spring 2018 as a Splashball coach, and was an assistant coach to Jack Doria for the 14U girls at Junior Olympics in summer 2018. Rosy currently coaches our 10/12U coed water polo team. She is also an assistant coach for the Liberty High School frosh/soph novice team.
Rosy played three years of varsity water polo at Antioch High School, and was team captain. She was part of USA Water Polo sending the first players from Antioch High school to the National Junior Olympics. Rosy played four years of water polo at the University of Texas while earning her BS degree in Biology/Chemistry.
Coach Rosy has been a lifeguard, swim instructor, swim team coach, and junior lifeguard instructor. Rosy also developed a bilingual water safety program for at-risk youth to reduce the risk of drowning at Lake Del Valle in Livermore.
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Chris joined the Lamorinda Brentwood staff in fall 2019 and currently coaches our 12U coed team. His daughter is on the 10U team, and he’s excited to share his love for the sport and to teach her and teammates the skills he has learned.
Chris played water polo for four years at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill. The team finished on top in its league all four years, and was runner-up at the CCS finals. Chris was first-team, all-league his junior and senior years. He scored the winning goal his senior year to defeat Sierra High to play in the CCS finals against Bellarmine College Preparatory. Chris also played two years at West Valley Junior College and was a starter both years.
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Cameron Jamison joined the Lamorinda Brentwood staff in the Fall of 2018. He currently coaches Splashball and the 14U boys/girls team.
Cameron played for four years at Heritage High School, and lead his team as a starting varsity goalie; earning first team, all-league two years in a row. Cameron also helped launch our goalie training program for all age groups. Cameron helps our goalies develop proper techniques and improve on their fundamentals.
Cameron is thrilled to work with Lamorinda Brentwood and the great coaching staff. He strives to teach the younger athletes the true fundamentals of water polo, and what it really means to be a part of a team.
Cameron attends and is currently the goalie for Diablo Valley College. He plans to attend UC Berkeley in the Fall of 2020 to pursue a career in teaching.
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Benji Mock joined the Brentwood SeaWolves program in the Summer of 2013, and started his first season coaching with Lamorinda Brentwood in the Fall of 2019.
Benji played water polo for four years at Heritage High School, and was on the varsity team for three years. He earned first-team, all-league honors for two years, and earned the League MVP Award his senior year. Benji lead his team in scoring with a season high and school record of 99 goals.
In 2018, Benji earned his Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry from San Jose State University. He's currently attending Touro University College of Pharmacy and will graduate in 2023.
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Kiel joined Lamorinda Brentwood as a Splashball coach in Spring 2019. Kiel is a teacher at Deer Valley High School in Antioch where he was the head coach for the boys & girls water polo and swim teams from 2009 to 2013. Kiel is a graduate of Liberty High School and UC Santa Cruz.
Kiel is also a water polo official. Be sure to say hi if you see him on deck during high water polo season!
Sam joined Lamorinda Brentwood in winter 2019. He is the coach for the 18U boys team. Sam is also the head coach for the boys and girls water polo teams at Pittsburg High School.
Sam played water polo at De La Salle High School and at Arizona State University.
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Coach Bryan joined Lamorinda Brentwood in winter 2019 and currently coaches the 16U boys team. Bryan is also the girls varsity coach and assistant coach for the boys team at Pittsburg High School, where he's a teacher.
Bryan started playing water polo at age 9 for the East Bay club team. He started as a holeset and transitioned to goalie at age 12 when East Bay and Stone Ridge combined to form the 680 Drivers club. Bryan attended Las Lomas High School. He was the starting goalie and team captain his sophomore year when he suffered a shoulder injury that forced him to stop playing until college. Bryan was team captain and goalie for St. Mary’s College of California. He transitioned into coaching at St. Mary’s during his final year when his shoulder required a second round of rehabilitation.
Bryan's biggest water polo accomplishments: winning second place at the WinterFest Tournament, competing in the Junior Olympics and coaching at St. Mary's College.
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Chris Rose joined the Brentwood SeaWolves staff in summer 2009. He currently coaches the 16U girls team. Chris is responsible for starting the girls water program at Liberty High School in 1997. He has coached boys and girls at all levels at Liberty, and is currently the JV girls coach.
Chris' water polo playing experience started at Cupertino High School and continued at San Jose State University.
In spring of 2016, Chris started training the 14U boys for the Junior Olympics (JOs). Through this experience, the 14U boys achieved their first national ranking at JOs that summer. In February 2017, Chris took the same team to compete at the WinterFest Tournament. The boys excelled and earned a third place finish in a higher level bracket than the one in which they were originally seeded.
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Splashball Junior Coaches are here to help your kids have fun, learn basic skills, and stay safe. Our ratio of Junior Coaches to Splashball participants is about 1:3-5. The Junior Coaches are water polo players for our club and for their high schools. Many also swim on their high school swim teams. They volunteer their time because they want to give back to the community and share their love for their favorite sport with young kids.
Baker coached both the men and women's water polo teams to national championships. The men's team won the NCAA championship in 1995, 1996, 1999 and 2000, while the women's team won the national collegiate championship in 1996, 1997 and 1998. Both of his teams won a national title in the same school year twice (1995–96 and 1996–97), a first for a coach. In his first year at UCLA, he was named American Water Polo Coaches Association Coach of the Year for leading the men's water polo team to a second-place finish in the NCAA tournament. Baker was inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame on October 11, 2014.
At the 2008 China Summer Olympic games, his American team lost 8-9 in the championship game to the Netherlands, and the team took home the silver medal. "Head Coach Guy Baker has presided over one of the most dominating runs for women’s water polo the last eight years plus and with 10 first time Olympians on the roster the future looks very bright for this group," according to USA Water Polo.