UCLA Men's Water Polo Releases 2012 Schedule
July 9, 2012
LOS ANGELES - The UCLA men's water polo team will play at least 11 home matches next fall and will have conference games against Stanford and at California and USC televised on Pac-12 Networks.
Under the direction of fourth-year head coach Adam Wright, the Bruins will open their 2012 season hosting the UCLA Invitational the weekend of Sept. 1-2 at Spieker Aquatics Center.
In addition to the annual NorCal and SoCal Tournaments, UCLA will play at the Princeton Invitational during the second weekend of the season (Sept. 8-9).
UCLA's conference schedule features home matches against Pepperdine (Oct. 25), Long Beach State (Nov. 3), Stanford (Nov. 9) and UC Irvine (Nov. 18) on the final day of the regular season.
The Bruins will open their MPSF schedule at California (Oct. 6), in addition to play conference road games at UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 20), Pacific (Nov. 11) and USC (Nov. 17).
Stanford will host the NorCal Tournament the weekend of Sept. 15-16, while UC Santa Barbara will serve as host of the SoCal Tournament two weeks later (Sept. 29-30). The MPSF and NCAA Tournaments will be played at McDonald's Swim Stadium on the campus of USC.
Game times and dates on UCLA's schedule are subject to change.
In its inaugural season, the Pac-12 Networks will bring an unprecedented level of exposure to its member institutions, which have combined to collect a record 450 NCAA titles. The six televised Pac-12 men's water polo matches are a portion of 217 exciting events including football, men's and women's soccer, women's volleyball, field hockey and cross country telecast over 100 days this fall, putting the Conference of Champions on a national stage.
The Pac-12 Networks are slated to launch August 15 and will consist of one national and six regional networks devoted solely to the Pac-12.
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