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Men's Water Polo To Stream MPSF Matches

Oct 2, 2012

The Pacific men's water polo team will have all four of its home Mountain Pacific Sports Federation matches streamed live over the Internet this season. This marks the first time in school history that MPSF matches will be broadcast live from the Chris Kjeldsen Aquatics Complex.

"Having the ability to stream our matches live over the Internet is very exciting," head coach James Graham said. "It's great for recruiting and for the families of our current players, and I think it will help grow the sport of water polo, also."

The Tigers open their home conference slate against Pepperdine on Sunday, Oct. 21, at noon. UC Santa Barbara and UCLA come to Stockton on Nov. 10 and 11 before Pacific closes out its regular season versus California on Sunday, Nov. 18. All three matches will get underway at noon.

Pacific is home for the first time this weekend, taking on long-time rival UC Davis Friday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m.

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