Women’s water polo trying for UCLA’s 109th NCAA title

UCLA has been stuck at 108 NCAA championships since December 2011. At 4 p.m. today, the women’s water polo team will try to keep their drought-snapping shot alive, facing two-loss Stanford in the national semifinals. You can watch the game, held at Harvard’s Blodgett Pool, via live stream.

The Bruins (27-6) have met the Cardinal three times this season, losing by three, seven and four points. UCLA leads the country with seven women’s water polo championships, but hasn’t reached a title game since 2009. Stanford is aiming for its third straight trophy.

UPDATE: Stanford ended UCLA’s season with a 5-3 win. The Cardinal will face USC on Sunday for the title.

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  • I knew it! We are HORRIBLE! Get Coach D Y K E !

  • Mark

    I think Stanford is about to catch us in national championships~

  • This article + update + stuck on 108 since 12/2011 = HORRIBLE.

  • How’d it turn out?