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Dr. Marcelo Leonardi is now in his third season as head coach for the Michigan women's water polo team. Leonardi was introduced as the new coach on May 30, 2014, becoming the third coach in U-M history.
In two seasons, Leonardi is 49-21 at Michigan. He increased the team's win total by 11 from year one to year two. He coached Ali Thomason into becoming the first first team All-American in program history. Six have earned All-America recognition in his two years. He has coached seven All-CWPA selections, including the 2016 Player and Rookie of the Year
Staff Director Dr. Marcelo Leonardi
Sydney Sonoda is the assistant coach for the University of Michigan water polo team. Sonoda, a former player for Leonardi at Cal State Northridge, landed her first college coaching job after coaching the last two years at Murrieta Valley High School and Elite Waterpolo Club in Murrieta, California. She is currently apart of the USA waterpolo ODP system, coaching in the Great Lakes area.
Assistant Staff Director Sydney Sonoda
Andrew Silva is the USA Water Polo Regional Goalkeeper Coach in the Olympic Development Program and Assistant Coach for the Women’s National Teams.
Goalie Coach Andrew Silva
John Abdou is the High Performance Director for USA Water Polo. In this position Abdou oversees the Olympic Development Program in addition to coach and referee education and development. John works in unison with Senior National Team Head Coaches implementing their technical vision throughout ODP and the USA Water Polo club system.
Camp Instructor/USA High Performance Director John Abdou
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