Head Coach

Christina Kouvousis

Coming soon.


Megan Seidel

Coming soon.

Edward Hoptioncann

Edward has played water polo since age 9. He trained competitively with the Spartans (LMWPL Advanced Program) travelling to compete in the National Competitive League (NCL). He is the founder of Team Vancouver for the High School Water Polo Tournament; the team won Gold in both 2017 and 2018. In addition, he is a competitively trained swimmer gaining BCSSA Provincial medals in both individual and relay events.

Isabelle Bennett

Isabelle, who played Vipers for 5 years, has been coaching our Mini’s for the past season. She loves working with our younger athletes to ensure they feel comfortable in the water, improve their water polo skills, and have a ton of fun at practice playing games! 

Thomas Neal 

Thomas currently plays on our U18 team. He has been working with athletes who are interested in becoming goalies for the past season.

Nathaniel Leung 

Nathaniel currently plays on our U16 team. He has been coaching our U12 team for the past season.

Juliette Whiteside 

Juliette currently plays on our U16 team. She has been coaching our U12 team for the past season.

Noémie Duchemin-Stevens

Coming soon.

Shanan D’Souza

Coming soon.

Sahil Khehra

Sahil played water polo for 7 years for his province and college in India. HIs favourite aspect of the sport it it’s uniqueness and he believes in playing selflessly and with sportsmanship. He has been coaching for Vipers for the past two seasons.

Junior Coaches:

Jack Rutledge, Kate Lewis, Erik Makinen, Melia Tang, Pilar Williams, Sarah Neal and Selah Nicholson.

Our Junior Coaches volunteer with the club are mentored by more experienced coaches with an eye to further developing their skills and knowledge. They mostly assist with our Mini Polo & Junior Development programs. They have also completed the Junior Coach Development Program offered by our club.

Past Coaches:

Hendrick Fang

Hendrick has been playing water polo for 8 years; he started his career with the Vancouver Vipers and has played for Pacific Storm and Team BC. Currently, he is playing for the Queen’s University varsity team while working towards an undergraduate degree in kinesiology. Hendrick has been a coach with the Vipers for the past 5 years, but only as a summer coach for the past 2 years.