Kempsville Stingrays Water Polo Team

Welcome to the home of the Kempsville Stingrays Water Polo Team! This is your resource for meet schedules, results and coach information. Have a great season!

Match and Season Information for Stingrays

4:45pm-4:55pm 1st match – Older teams 1 & 2- Girls
5:55pm-6:05pm 2nd match – Older teams 1 & 2- Boys
7:05pm-7:15pm 3rd match – Younger teams 1 & 2-Mixed

9:00am-9:10am 1st match – Older teams 3 & 4- Girls
10:10am-10:20am          2nd match – Older teams 3 & 4- Boys
11:20am-11:30am          3rd match – Younger teams 3 & 4-Mixed

March 31 - Princess Anne vs Kempsville at Bayside
April 22 - Kempsville vs Great Neck at Great Neck
April 29 - Bayside vs Kempsville at Great Neck
May 12-13 - Semifinals at Princess Anne, teams to be determined after regular season play.
May 19-20 - Finals at Bayside, teams to be determined after regular season play.

End of Season Party - TBD

Meet Your Polo Staff:

George Dunba

George Dunbar (Team Representative)

George grew up in a Navy family and has lived in several different places before moving to Virginia Beach in 2005.  George swam competitively while at Green Run High School.  He then attended Old Dominion University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Communications.  He has been a Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor for over 10 years before joining the Aquatic Unit full-time as a Recreation Specialist.  This is his third season as the representative for the Kempsville team.  His hobbies include surfing, fishing, football, exercising, and eating.  His advice to the players is "practice how you wish to perform!"

Kempsville Recreation Center: 757-385-5970


Christyn Hollkamp

Christyn grew up in Ann Arbor, MI swimming with her local club teams year round. She discovered water polo in high school and it quickly became her favorite! She played for 4 years before graduating and enlisting in the Navy. She is now a small business owner with 2 active kids who she hopes will one day share her love of water polo. This is Christyn's fourth year coaching the Stingrays.  Her advice to the players is effort and perseverance are the building blocks of success.

Gabbi McCants 

Gabbi McCants

Gabbi is a junior at Kellam High School.  She has been playing water polo for five years and first year coaching.  Her advice is that water polo can be stressful sometimes.  You just have to remember that you aren't alone in the game.  Become friends with your teammates to gain the best experience from the game.

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