Head Men and Women's Water Polo Coach
PAC 12 COACH OF THE CENTURY
14 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
10 CUTINO AWARD WINNERS
12-TIME NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR
10-TIME MPSF COACH OF THE YEAR
Jovan Vavic, one of the top water polo coaches in the country, serves a dual role as the head coach of both the USC men's and women's teams. He has been with the USC women's program since its inception in 1995, and has led both teams to national championships four times in the same school year (1998-99, 2003-04, 2009-10 and 2012-2013).
A 12-time National Coach of the Year and 10-time MPSF Coach of the Year, Vavic boasts a grand total of 14 combined national titles -- including a six-year run with the USC men from 2008-2013 -- and has coached 10 Cutino Award winners. With 14 national championships (nine men's and five women's) won during his tenure at USC, Vavic has the most team titles of any USC head coach in history. Click Here for More Info
USC Mens Co-Head Coach
12 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Including the Game winning goal in 1998!
USC Goalie Coach
Former USC All-American Marko Pintaric "Pinta" is in his 13th season on the USC staff, serving as the head assistant coach of both the men's and women's water polo teams at USC. A member of USC's 1998 national championship team as a player, he has been on the USC coaching staff for eight USC men's title runs and three women's NCAA crowns.
Pinta is one of the top Goalie's Coach in the nation having trained numerous USC Players who have gone on to play in the Olympics. During the Jovan Vavic Water Polo Camp, Pinta pulls the Goalies out and conducts very specialized training for the goalies as well as continuing to critique the goalies as they play in the camp scrimmages.
USC Women’s’ Associate Head Coach
8 National Championships
8 years with Jovan Vavic Water Polo Camp
Casey Moon enters his ninth season on the USC staff, coming to program after serving as an assistant coach for Trojan Water Polo Club and as head coach at Santa Cruz High School He currently serves as the USC men’s director of player personnel and as the USC women’s associate head coach.
Moon served as an assistant coach for the U.S. National Team for the 2013 UANA World Aquatic Championship Qualification Tournament, helping Team USA qualify for the FINA World Championships.