September 18-19 Chaffey Tournament v Ventura 11-3 L
v SD Mesa 11-4 L
v ELAC 15-4 W v Cypress 7-4 L OT
September 23 El Camino (home) 15-1 W
September 30 Rio Hondo (away) 18-6 W
October 2-3 San Diego Mesa Tournament v Sierra 13-10 L
v Grossmont 6-4
v Southwestern 19-7 v Miramar 12-6 W
October 7 Cerritos (away) 10-6 W
October 9-10 Ventura Tournament v Santa Monica 13-1 W v Ventura 8-4 L
v Cypress 4-3 W v Fullerton 17-5 L
October 12 ELAC (home) 14-5 W
October 14 Long Beach (away)
October 21 Mt SAC (home) 14-2 L
October 23-24 Long Beach Tournament v Cypress 6-4 L
v Southwestern 19-8 W
v Rio Hondo 18-8 W
v Pasadena 8-7 L
Pasadena October Mini Tournament
v Santa Monica 17-5 W
v East LA 19-4 W
November 6-7 South Coast Conference Championships v Long Beach 11-1 L
v ELAC 16-5 W
v Cerritos 9-8 L
Breck Weiny Interim head coach women's water polo
Coach Weiny joined Chaffey College Water Polo in 2014. Weiny was a player for both Riveside Water Polo and Yucaipa High School. As a high school player he was chosen for the Division VI All-CIF 1st Team in 2003, Division VI All-CIF 2nd team in 2002, and San Andreas All-League 1st team in both 2002 and 2003.
Weiny’s coaching experience includes Head Girls Coach/Assistant Boys Coach, Beaumont High School 2009-2012. The Beaumont Cougars were 2011 CIF Division VI Water Polo Champions and Mountain Pass League Champions from 2010 to 2012. He also was the Head Coach/Program Coordinator for Yucaipa Water Polo Club 2009 to 2013, Head Girls Coach, Yucaipa High School 2012-2013, Head Coach/Aquatics Director, Corona Centennial High School 2013-2014 and Head Coach/Program Coordinator, Eastvale Water Polo Club 2013-2014.
Outside of Chaffey College, Weiny is currently the head coach for the 16 and under girls and assistant coach for the 18 and under boys at Foothill Club and referees high school water polo games. Additionally, Weiny works in the Olympic Development Program as a coach for the Developmental and Youth levels.
Coach Weiny’s educational background includes a B.A. in English Literature from California State University, San Bernardino and a M.A. in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University, Irvine.