It's a significant year for French water polo, and the second-best women's team in France has confirmed its roster for the 2023/2024 season.
The major announcement for Mulhouse is the return of their 18-year-old superstar, Juliette D'halluin, ahead of the Paris Olympics. The left-handed sharpshooter is making her comeback after a year with the Arizona Sun Devils, where she established herself as one of the most formidable attackers in the MPSF conference. Another athlete making a return to the Champions League qualifiers from the USA is Camille Radosavljevic, who spent the past two seasons with Hawaii.
Regarding new acquisitions, Mulhouse has secured commitments from three foreign players. Australian fringe player Lilian Hedges will assume the role of Mulhouse's first-choice goalkeeper, while Israeli international Dar Menakerman is joining the team after a year with CN Terrassa. Mulhouse's third signing is the Brazilian-born former Italian international, Izabella Chiappini.
Mulhouse's season commences as the host of the qualification round of the Women's Champions League. They have been drawn alongside Plebiscito Padova, CE Mediterrani, Ethnikos, and Pallanuoto Trieste.