The 680 Drivers Water Polo Association (USWP#37) is a non-profit, charitable organization created to promote and teach the exciting game of water polo to the youth in Northern California.
We offer competitive water polo programs for girls and boys in grades 1st-12th.
We look forward to coaching your children and teaching them the best game in the world. Go 680 Drivers!!!
In 1997, Coach Steve “Skip” Mann and Yurii Hanley founded East Bay Water Polo which became a non-profit corporation in 2001.
In 2000, Coach Matthew “Mundy” Mundelius founded Danville Boulevards Water Polo.
The two programs merged in 2006 as a trial for the National Junior Olympics.
In 2007, East Bay's name was formally changed to 680 Water Polo.
In 2012, 680 had its first two teams reach the National Junior Olympic Championship game with the 10U coed (Coach Skip) and the 14U boys (Coach Mundy).
In 2013, 680 had its first ever National Junior Olympic Championship team with the 14U Girls (Coach Halvorson).
In 2015, 680 won two National Junior Olympic Championships (10 & Under Co-ed and 18 & Under Girls). The 14 & Under boys also finished second place for the second time in four years.