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My name is Alexa Young

Years with RTWPC: 2 years

High School: Rancho Cucamonga High School (2022)

College: University of La Verne, Citrus College

Degrees: AA Liberal Arts

Club: Rancho Tsunami WPC

Former Coaching Positons: Rancho Tsunami Water Polo Club

Hobbies: working out, traveling 

Favorite Music: The Score, Jason Aldean, Imagine Dragons, Khalid, Marshmallow, Black Eyed Peas


Favorite Sports Team: Denver Broncos, LA Dodgers, LA Lakers

Coach Logan Haberle has been a water polo player since 2014. He found a love for water polo when his friends invited him to play in elementary school. Ever since, he has had a passion for the sport. He played for Rancho Tsunami Water Polo Club from 2018-2022. While playing for the club, Haberle liked to go to water polo camps led by Olympic players such as Tony Azevedo. These camps helped Haberle to learn more about water polo and strived him to be the best player he could be. Haberle appreciated the coaching staff he had at Tsunami immensely. At Tsunami, he received "Player of the Year" in 2019, and the "Ben Carlson Award" in 2021. At Rancho Cucamonga High School, he received "Rookie of the Year" in 2018, "MVP Offense" in 2019, and the "Coaches Award" in 2021. Additionally, he medaled at several different tournaments such as Junior Olympics, Kennedie June Von Ryan, and Orange County Cup.


Due to the great experience he had at Rancho Tsunami Water Polo Club, he decided to join as a coach in late 2022.
Haberle says, “Becoming a coach has been an eye-opener. It really makes me happy that I can pass down everything I learned over the years. It is exciting to see how the athletes progress.” In December, 2023, Haberle had the opportunity to coach 13-14-year-old boys from many different clubs at the USA Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. Haberle’s team ended up taking 3rd place in the tournament. He says “The experience I had in Colorado Springs wasn’t anything like I have experienced before. I met so many different coaches from different clubs and witnessed several different coaching styles. I got to coach around 120 athletes from a variety of clubs. This trip taught me so much and it was one of the greatest experiences I have ever had.”

Currently, Coach Haberle is in his 10th year of playing Water polo and is a student-athlete at Citrus College where he is a part of the water polo and swim teams. After Citrus, he plans to transfer to the University of La Verne to continue his academic and athletic career.  

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