Sacramento, CA . . . The California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) is pleased to announce that it has agreed to a five-year partnership with KAP7 International, Inc, naming them the Official Water Polo Ball of the CCCAA.
Designed to meet guidelines for local, national and global specifications, each KAP7 ball is constructed with extreme care and quality. With years of industry experience, specific design elements and top of the line materials, KAP7 has created this long lasting and extremely tacky HydroGrip for all levels of competition.
“KAP7 looks forward to the partnership with the CCCAA with great enthusiasm. It provides us with a huge opportunity to stand by our commitment to further the sport of water polo across all levels of play. We are honored to play a small part in furthering the careers of the CCCAA student athletes.” (Todd Snider – KAP7)
KAP7 will provide their HydroGrip ball as the official water polo ball to the men’s and women’s regional and state championship tournaments. In addition, preferred pricing is offered to all CCCAA member colleges for the next five years.
“We are pleased to welcome another sponsor to the family of CCCAA sponsors. KAP7 has been great to work with and was the clear choice of CCCAA Water Polo coaches to be selected as the exclusive ball for men’s and women’s water polo”. (Carlyle Carter – CCCAA CEO/President)
KAP7 is a functional aquatic lifestyle sport company. Founded by aquatic greats Bradley Schumacher and Wolf Wigo, KAP7 is comprised of 6 former collegiate athletes. Combined they have participated in 12 NCAA Water Polo Championships, 3 NCAA Swimming Championships, 2 NCAA Swimming Finals, and claimed 7 NCAA Water Polo titles. Based on many years of combined experience, KAP7 was formed to design and build innovative world class products for the water polo community that are “Built by Water Polo Players, For Water Polo Players”.
About the CCCAA
The California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) is the governing body providing oversight of intercollegiate athletics within the California Community College System. The single largest educational system in the world, with attendance in excess of over 2.6 million students annually, the California Community College system serves one-third of all community college students in the United States. The CCCAA establishes the rules and regulations to administer the intercollegiate athletic activities of the nearly 27,000 student athletes attending California's community colleges. To view the latest news, information, and updates of all 24 CCCAA-sanctioned sports visit www.cccaasports.org.