I am talking about our Coach K:
Adam Krikorian, who has won 10 National Collegiate Championships in water polo as head coach at UCLA, has been named head coach of USA Women's National Team.
Krikorian, 34, will remain on the coaching staff of the UCLA men's water polo team. He will assume National Team duties following the women's collegiate season but will remain affiliated with UCLA's water polo programs through June 30.
"I would like to thank the UCLA administration for allowing me the opportunity to coach the USA Women's Water Polo Team and to remain here at UCLA," said Krikorian. "Over the last 17 years, I have experienced some of the best and most rewarding moments of my life here at UCLA. I am excited about the opportunity to be able to add to those moments with the men's program and yet create a new set of experiences with USA Water Polo."
"I would also like to thank all the past and present women's players and coaches that I have been so fortunate to work with or coach over the last decade. I can honestly say that I have learned something from every one of them, and they have all had a hand in developing my skills as a teacher, coach, motivator, and mentor. There is no question I wouldn't be where I am today without them. As it's always been understood here, no one person is bigger than this program. I look forward to watching the UCLA women's water polo program continue to flourish in the future."
Full details over at the official site.
Congrats to Coach K.