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|Eoin Duffy has been sailing since 1968. He is an American Sailing Association Certified Instructor and has taught sailing and navigation at the California Sailing Academy in Marina del Rey and in Europe at Les Glenans, the French based sailing school. Eoin has also raced at the club, and at the national and international level in Ireland and Great Britain. He has extensive cruising experience as well.|
Hello, my name is Megan Judge. I am a certified grass and arena polo umpire, certified by the United States Polo Association. I am a USPA Certified Polo Instructor. I graduated from Cal Poly State University, SLO in 2000 with a degree in Agribusiness. I received a Masters Degree in Agribusiness from Cal Poly State University, SLO in 2010. I competed for Cal Poly’s intercollegiate polo team from 1995-1999, and was a member of the All-West All-Star team all four years. I have been playing polo for over 24 years and I am rated 2 goals in the arena, 0 goals on the grass; 6 goals women handicap in the arena, and 4 goals women's handicap on the grass both considered a professional handicap. I have been the coach for the Cal Poly Polo Team for the past fifteen years, and have led the women's team to Nationals 9 of the last 10 years; this past April I also took our Cal Poly mens team to nationals for the 3rd straight time. I also coach two Scholastic Teams. Both my IS Girls and IS
Open high school teams have been in the top 3 teams nationally for the past six years. This past year all four of the teams I coach won their regional tournaments and went on to Nationals. Both my IS Girls and Open teams won in the quarter finals and lost in the semi-finals by 1 point in a shoot-out. I learned to play polo from my grandfather, William C. Carter Jr. who was a 30 year member of the Will Rogers Polo Club.