“I am honored to have a chance to study at a great school like St. Francis and to have the opportunity to be a legitimate contender for a national championship. I may the first water polo player from D.I.S.D. to play D1, but I won’t be the last,” said Veazey, who is ranked first in his class at Bryan Adams and is President of the National Honor Society. He will enter the St. Francis Honors Program and study political science. Veazey, a three-time All State swimmer, will also swim for St. Francis. Texas has only recently become a hotbed for water polo prospects, still well behind California. Water Polo is a relatively new sport in North Texas and is experiencing tremendous growth in high schools and at the club level. Bryan Adams is expected to contend for a spot in the High School State Championship Tournament in May.
Liam is coached at Dallas Water Polo Club by Joe Linehan, Mihai Oprea and Andres Rodriguez and at Bryan Adams by Tom Daulton and Miranda Barcena.