COACH Kyle Green


16 & Under Boys

High School: Walnut High School
Club he played for: Foothill Club
Position he played: Attacker
College: Pomona-Pitzer
Biggest water polo achievements as a player: DIII and SCIAC Champion!
Other teams coached: Claremont High School & 16u Boys
Favorite free time activity: Working out (Gym/Swimming)
Favorite movie: The Water Boy
Favorite sports team: Green Bay Packers

Kyle Green, renowned 16U Boys Coach, brings a wealth of water polo experience from his decorated playing career. A product of Walnut High School, his journey began with two All-League MVP titles, progressing to notable CIF recognitions—2015 D5 Third Team All CIF, 2016 D5 Second Team All CIF, 2017 D4 First Team All CIF, and 2018 D3 Second Team All CIF. His standout performances set the stage for collegiate success.

Venturing to Pomona-Pitzer College, Kyle shone brightly as Team Captain, earning the Mt Sac 2020 MVP and later the Pomona-Pitzer 2023 MVP. His pinnacle moment arrived with the DIII 2023 First Team All American accolade, marking his exceptional skill and leadership. Graduating in 2023, he now pursues a Masters in Physical Education at Azusa Pacific University, furthering his coaching acumen.

Not only a formidable player, Kyle’s coaching legacy thrives. He steered the 16U Boys Junior Olympic team to the Silver Division Championship and secured a commendable 24th place in the Platinum Division. His leadership also guided the 16U Boys Futures League team to the finals, showcasing his adeptness in nurturing talent and fostering a competitive edge.

Transitioning effortlessly from player to coach, Kyle’s tenure at Claremont High School, coaching across all levels, solidified his commitment to nurturing emerging talent. His journey, studded with individual and team accolades, underscores his deep understanding of water polo and his dedication to shaping the future of the sport. Kyle Green’s influence extends beyond the pool, embodying a passionate advocate for water polo’s growth and the development of promising athletes