Byline: Scott French Staff Writer Juraj Zatovic capped one of the finest careers in NCAA men's water polo history with his selection as national Player of the Year by the American Water Polo Coaches Association.
What does AWPCA stand for?
AWPCA stands for American Water Polo Coaches Association
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- Agricultural Workforce Policy Board
- American Wood Preservers Bureau
- Annual Work Plan & Budget
- A Woman's Pregnancy Choice (Christian ministry)
- Another Way Pregnancy Center (Farmington, MI)
- Atlanta Wood Products Center
- Atlantic Wind Power Corporation, Ltd. (alternative energy; wind farm; Bedford, Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Australian Wildlife Protection Council
- Alabama Water and Pollution Control Association
- Alabama Water Pollution Control Act
- Arizona Water & Pollution Control Association
- Air and Water Pollution Control Facilities
- Air War Plans Division
- Alive with Progressive Disease
- Asbestos Worker Protection Directive
- Assessment and Watershed Protection Division (US EPA)
- Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics (Cambridge University Press)
- American White Pelican (species)
- Analytical Writing Placement Exam (University of California)
- Advanced Web Page Efficiency Analysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: The Register-Guard Barry earns water polo honor UC Irvine junior Dreason Barry, a former swimming and track standout at North Eugene High School, was chosen as a 2004 second-team all-American by the American Water Polo Coaches Association.
Six members of the national champion UCLA men's water polo team earned All-America honors from the American Water Polo Coaches Association.
4 by the American Water Polo Coaches Association, joins No.
23 American Water Polo Coaches Association poll - led by as many as five points before the second quarter ended at 6-2.
The event features a field of 12 teams - all in the top 20 of the American Water Polo Coaches Association poll - including No.
Water polo: Three UCLA women's water polo players were selected as Division I Collegiate first team All-Americans by the American Water Polo Coaches Association.